Today is the day to say ‘Hi’ to everyone

Today may seem very strange to you. Every day we say hi to anyone we meet and exchange greetings. So why should I say hi to everyone today! Today is a day dedicated to a special person. Who greeted everyone he met with a smile.

This day is celebrated in memory of Joseph Anthony Cinotti. Joseph was a special needs teenager. He died today at the age of 15. Throughout his life, Joseph made it a habit to greet everyone he met. His bubbly personality made him a favorite with everyone.

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‘Hi Day’ is an awareness campaign that aims to remind people that a simple word can improve someone’s day, bring a smile to their face or change their mood. A simple welcome can create positivity in people.

Hi means ‘Hey!’ An interjection used as a greeting exclamation. The term began to be used to attract attention in 1862. It became popular as a greeting in the early 20th century. Joseph Anthony Cinotti, a 15-year-old youth, is the inspiration behind High Day. Joseph spent his entire life talking to others with a smile.

He died in 2018. In his memory, the first ‘Che High Day’ was celebrated by the High Foundation from June 11, 2021. This little word can improve someone’s day, bring a smile to their face or change their mood. The National Day Archives has officially adopted, documented and recognized this day.

The Community Safety and Crime Prevention Council of Waterloo Region’s Say High Day Today program began in 2004 as part of the Get Connected campaign, which aimed to increase community involvement, particularly among youth.

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Source: National Today