Daylight Savings Time starts at 2 a.m. Sunday. That’s easy enough to remember. But there is a lot more to know about DST. With that in mind, I asked my friend Norma Rizer to tell us more — and help us all arrive on time for church Sunday. Here’s what she tells us:
If you’re depending on your computer or cell phone to let you know that this weekend marks the beginning of Daylight Savings Time, you’re not alone. Many people get confused, especially since the start and stop date changes from time to time. The rule remains the same, no matter when we begin DST. Spring Ahead — Fall Back.
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