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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On Tag Day this weekend, LCARA will be open for dog owners to license their animals at 3970 W.
-- For the fifth consecutive year, Englewood, Colo.-based American Humane has selected a painting by Abiquiu, N.M., artist Lori Faye Bock for its National Tag Day to take place April 3.
TAG DAY can tag themselves by zooming in on sections of the crowd
In fact, the Worcester Public School Athletic Department itself was permitted to hold its own tag day in March 2011.
Whether to buy a meal, cigarettes or alcohol - or to collect for a charity during an organized "tag day" - solicitors would no longer be allowed to walk among cars at a red light.
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.
He said allowing people to collect money out on city streets, whether they be panhandlers or tag day participants, is simply downright dangerous.
He was knifed by James Wright, who unlawfully removed an electronic tag days after his release from prison.
At least 50 volunteers in Barrington are expected to participate from today through Sunday in the Chicago-area kickoff for the annual Les Turner ALS Foundation Tag Days drive.
Humans seem almost compelled to tag days, to commemorate someone or some event that inspires or goads us into action.
The restrictions put a stop to "tag days'' in which nonprofit organizations and sports teams also collected money from drivers.
24, 25, Wheaton: Dog Tag Days. Tags made on WWII-era machine for purchase.