December 3 to Be Declared ‘Walt Disney World Day’ By Orlando and Orange County Mayors

Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer and Orange County Mayor Jerry Demings are set to declare December 3 “Walt Disney World Day.”

“For 50 years, Walt Disney World Resort has served as a beacon of hope and happiness in the Central Florida area, bringing the beloved magic found across the resort to children and families in our neighboring communities,” Disney said in a news release.

According to local station News6, “following the proclamation at the Second Harvest Food Bank, Walt Disney World VoluntEARS will take part in a community service project, sorting and packing food alongside Walt Disney World leaders and local government officials to help support important causes that are making a difference for children and families in the community.”

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  1. I’ll actually be at MK on that day and celebrating my 50th Anniversary of first attending Disney on Thanksgiving 1971.

  2. How exciting to have a “Walt Disney World Day”! Should have happened a long time ago!! Absolutely will celebrate! 🙌

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