Child sparks idea for National Son and Daughters Day; mothers in Sumter, Clarendon honor their children

Posted 8/11/22

Nearly 86 years ago, a little boy gave the idea of National Son and Daughter Day to a man from Missouri, and it spread like wildfire.

According to, National Son and Daughter Day can be traced to 1936 when J. Henry Dusenberry …

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