National Donut Day

June 3, 2011 by USA Post 

National Donut DayNational Donut Day, Friday is the day America celebrates the donut. National Day of rings originated with the Salvation Army in Chicago in 1938 as a tribute to women who served donuts to U.S. soldiers during the First World War

The Salvation Army doughnet girls “continued this service during the Second World War and the donut cemented his place in the American diet. If you want to try to duplicate the work of the young donut “in the kitchen today, the Salvation Army is providing its original recipe.

If not in the mood to celebrate the National Day of rings in the kitchen, try to contact your local Krispy Kreme or Dunkin ‘Donuts.

Krispy Kreme is offering a free donut for all customers at participating locations.

By participating Dunkin ‘Donuts, customers will receive a free donut with the purchase of a drink.

Obama and cars: President Barack Obama heads to Toledo, Ohio, on Friday, will visit the plant where Chrysler Jeep Wrangler assembly.

Obama used the visit to Toledo to stand out for government bailouts of Chrysler and General Motors were successful, CNN affiliate WTVG in Toledo reports.

Chrysler recently announced it would pay the government’s bailout loan six years ahead of schedule.

Among those expected to be in attendance for Obama’s visit is the Jeep assembly line worker James Fayson, according to a Toledo Blade report.

Fayson, 36, will appear in ads for the Obama campaign 2012 that explains how the rescue plan that allowed him to return to work after being fired in 2009, the Blade reported.

The announcement of Shaq: The four-time NBA champion Shaquille O’Neal will formally announce his retirement from basketball on Friday during a news conference at his home in Florida.

O’Neal said first morning that he would hang his jersey. The 39-year-old posted a link to a video on his Twitter account.

INA said a brief message: “… We did Nineteen years toa baby I thank you very much That’s why I’m telling you first retire I’m going toa want to talk to you soon….”

O’Neal has been dogged by injuries in the last stages of his career and played only 37 games with the Boston Celtics this season after struggling with an Achilles tendon problem.

He returned for two playoff games against the Miami Heat, but managed only 12 minutes and told an ESPN reporter who did not want to Celtics fans down.

O’Neal won three titles with the Lakers after forming a devastating partnership with Kobe Bryant, and added a fourth in 2006 with the Miami Heat.

With 28,596 points, O’Neal is the fifth in the list of the NBA’s all-time scoring and is second only to Michael Jordan in the list of all-time most NBA Finals Awards valuable player.

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