September – The start of Shoulder season in United States of America

September is considered the start of shoulder season for much of the United States (with the exception of Labor Day), which means that major airlines, hotels, resorts, and even local restaurants and venues offer special deals on accommodations, dining, and experiences to entice more travelers as the summer rush starts to end. Many events are celebrated to mark the changing of the seasons, celebrating fall with music, food, and family-friendly events.

Birthdays of Well-known Individuals

  1. SEPTEMBER 7, 1533: QUEEN ELIZABETH I – Elizabeth I was Queen of England and Ireland from 17 November 1558 until her death on 24 March 1603. Sometimes called The Virgin Queen, Gloriana or Good Queen Bess, Elizabeth was the last of the five monarchs of the House of Tudor.
  2. SEPTEMBER 9, 1890: COLONEL HARLAND SANDERS – Colonel Sanders will always be known as the founder of Kentucky Fried Chicken.
  3. SEPTEMBER 13, 1916: ROALD DAHL – The British author who gave us Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, James and the Giant Peach, Fantastic Mr. Fox and many other memorable stories, did some of his most profound writing outside the realm of fiction.
  4. SEPTEMBER 15, 1890: AGATHA CHRISTIE – Dame Agatha Christie holds the world record as the best-selling novelist ever.
  5. SEPTEMBER 16, 1924: LAUREN BACALL – Lauren Bacall was an American actress known for her distinctive voice and sultry looks. She was named the 20th greatest female star of classic Hollywood cinema by the American Film Institute.

Some Interesting Interpreting & Translation Projects Completed in September

Recently, AML-Global completed an Interpretation project for LA County Commission; it was a community meeting based on HIV. We provided them with Spanish interpreters and interpreting equipment such as headsets, receivers and transmitters. In addition, we also did another interpreting project for Johnson & Johnson Institute. It was for a conference and we provided them with Spanish, Portuguese, Japanese and Vietnamese interpreters. We also provided them with interpreting equipment such as Sound reduction booths, headsets, receivers and transmitters, along with on-site technical Support.

Recently, we also provided rental equipment for a 5-day conference at Singularity University. We provided them with interpretation Sound Reduction Booths, Transmission Equipment, headsets, receivers and an on-site technician to ensure a professional and productive event for all.

At American language Services, we find time from our busy schedule to celebrate International Translation Day every year on September 30. Why on that date? Because it coincides with the Feast of St. Jerome, who was one of the first translators to translate the Bible into Latin.

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