National Siblings Day History
National Siblings Day serves to celebrate and recognize the importance of brothers and sisters. The bond and relationship between brothers and sisters is unlike any other as it is usually a person's longest relationship over his/her lifetime.
National Siblings Day was created by Claudia Evart, a New Yorker who lost both of her siblings. It is celebrated annually on April 10, a day that marks the birthday of Evart's late sister, in an attempt to strengthen family ties and recognize the special gift of siblings. National Siblings Day has been celebrated since 1998 in 49 of the 50 United States. It is not officially a nationally or internationally recognized holiday but the Siblings Day Foundation is working to change this.
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