Labor day is always the first Monday in September, and the day was created to celebrate the labor movement and the social and economic achievements of workers in the USA. It has been celebrated since the 19th century. Today, many Americans use it as an opportunity to get together, share a meal, and share memories.
Family is important, and being able to attend family celebrations and spend holidays together is a big part of life. These get-togethers create wonderful memories that last a lifetime. Finding time together can be difficult, especially if the family is separated by distance and medical conditions. We understand, and we want families to be able