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It is time to spring forward


Change your clocks Saturday night for Daylight Savings Times.

Here’s why:

 

  • We always change our clocks on the second Sunday of March.
  • The main purpose of daylight savings is to be able to use the daylight better, and longer.
  • WW1 caused daylight savings to become a law.
  • Starts at 2 A.M. this Sunday
  • Ends Sunday November 3rd at 2A.M

 

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