tag day

tag day

n.
A day on which collectors for a charitable fund solicit contributions, giving each contributor a tag.
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TAG DAY can tag themselves by zooming in on sections of the crowd
On Tag Day this weekend, LCARA will be open for dog owners to license their animals at 3970 W.
artist Lori Faye Bock for its National Tag Day to take place April 3.
In fact, the Worcester Public School Athletic Department itself was permitted to hold its own tag day in March 2011.
As a result, he said, allowing tag day solicitation while banning other solicitation would create a distinction based on the content of the speech or nature of the speaker and would not survive scrutiny under the Constitution.
This year, 41 groups have been permitted by the Police Department to conduct a tag day on city streets, while 40 groups were permitted last year.
Humans seem almost compelled to tag days, to commemorate someone or some event that inspires or goads us into action.
After he was caught without his tag days later, the Scottish Office demanded a full report about the tracking scheme.
City officials also will look for ways to increase funding for public school athletic programs to make up for the loss of money that many high school teams raise through tag days to help pay for equipment and uniforms.
Because the ordinances will eliminate tag days, the City Council also asked City Manager Michael V.