National Donuts Day

National Donuts Day


    For many in the country, it stands for breakfast on the way, but Friday highlights the past wartime value of doughnuts .

    The first Friday of June is National Doughnut Day.

    The Army became the day in 1938 to honor not the sweet treat, but women who served them to soldiers in World War I.

    These ladies were called the Salvation army.

    They get used to the treats to boost the morale of the troops.

    Now, doughnuts commonly boost the morale of those craving a sweet fix.

    At Dunkin', you can get a free donut, as they spell it, with the purchase of a beverage.

    Ahmed adel
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    writer and blogger, founder of Echo Life .

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