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October 12


Cranberry Day Festival (Second Tuesday in October) Oct 12, 2021

C'rio de Nazare (Second Sunday in October) Oct 12, 2014

Eldon Turkey Festival (Second Saturday in October) Oct 12, 2013; Oct 12, 2019

Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15-October 15)

Italian Heritage Parade (Sunday closest to October 12) Oct 12, 2014

Jousting Tournament (Third Saturday in June and second Sunday in October) Oct 12, 2014

Mountain State Forest Festival (Last weekend in September through first week in October) Oct 12, 2012; Oct 12, 2013; Oct 12, 2018; Oct 12, 2019

White Sunday (Second Sunday in October) Oct 12, 2014

Legal Holidays by Countries

Columbus DayHonduras
Culture DayCosta Rica
Day of Indigenous ResistanceVenezuela
Dia de la RazaArgentina, El Salvador, Mexico
Dia de los AmericasUruguay
Discovery DayBahamas
Heroes' DayBermuda
Independence DayEquatorial Guinea
Mothers' DayMalawi
National DaySpain
Our Lady of Aparacida DayBrazil
Pan American DayBelize
Race DayColombia
Thanksgiving DayCanada

Legal Holidays in United States

Columbus DayUnited States (federal)
Columbus Day and American Indian Heritage DayAlabama
Columbus Day and Yorktown Victory DayVirginia
Commonwealth Cultural DayNorthern Mariana Islands
Native Americans' DaySouth Dakota
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Effective at the opening on 6 October 2016, the rights of the company will trade for cash and now expires on 12 October 2016 and will therefore be delisted at the close of business.
She also dismissed as speculations the information that the Assembly wasn't going to dissolve on 12 October because of the budget.
Matches on BBC: Saturday 12 October - Gloucester v Munster 3pm; Saturday 19 October - Bristol v Montferrand 3pm
The last line of the citation specifically states that Lewis McGee was killed in action on 12 October 1917.
The narrative of the operation on 12 October 1917 is written by Lt William Leslie Garrard, OC B Company (5), and commences as follows:
Lewis McGee was acting Company Sergeant Major on 12 October 1917.
The citation, similar to the citation that appeared in the 40th Battalion War Diary stated that Lewis McGee was killed in action on 12 October 1917.
A number of Australian publications including C E W Bean in The AIF in France 1917, (10) Lionel Wigmore in They dared mightily (11) and Quentin Beresford the author of McGee's Australian Dictionary of Biography entry state that Lewis McGee was killed on 12 October 1917.
Although published Australian references and the original grave marker of Lewis McGee state that he was killed on 12 October 1917, his permanent grave marker for eighty years showed that his date of death was 13 October 1917.
The Commonwealth War Graves Commission responded two weeks later with the decision that they would amend Sergeant McGee's date of death to 12 October 1917.
The date 12 October is the last business day before the final maturity date 15 October 2012.