2012 Florida Statutes
683.05 Pan-American Day.—
(1) The Governor shall proclaim April 14 of each year to be “Pan-American Day,” which day shall be suitably observed in the public schools of the state as a day honoring the republics of Latin America, and which day shall otherwise be suitably observed by such public exercises in the State Capitol and elsewhere as the Governor may designate. If April 14 shall fall on a day which is not a school day, “Pan-American Day” shall be observed in the schools on the school day next preceding or on such preceding day as may be designated by local school authorities.
(2) The purpose of the law is to establish a day on which the mutually friendly relationship between the state and the Pan-American Republics will be recognized and perpetuated.
History.—ss. 1, 2, ch. 22975, 1945.