I'm sure you've had the date marked all year: Today is National Donut Day, an observance started by the Chicago Salvation Army in 1938 to honor the "lassies" of World War I - women volunteers who served donuts to soldiers behind the front lines in France.
Today, head over to any LaMar's Donuts outlet (there are eleven in metro Denver) for a free, no-purchase required, no-money exchanged, Ray's glazed donut. It's the best idea since someone decided to fry dough, God bless 'em.
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