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Bulloch DAR chapter marks Constitution Day

The Archibald Bulloch Chapter of the Daughters of American Revolution held a tea Thursday on Constitution Day. The historic document forming the basis of U.S. government was signed on Sept. 17, 1787 – 222 years ago. The tea was held at the Statesboro home of DAR member Verdery Kennedy. Members of the Bulloch chapter dropped by Thursday afternoon to honor the Constitution. Pictured above discussing the Constitution at the tea are, left to right, Elaine Lee, Genealogical Records keeper for the club; Andrea Leonardi, who organized the tea for the club; and Kennedy.


The Archibald Bulloch Chapter of the Daughters of American Revolution held a tea Thursday on Constitution Day. The historic document forming the basis of U.S. government was signed on Sept. 17, 1787 – 222 years ago. The tea was held at the Statesboro home of DAR member Verdery Kennedy. Members of the Bulloch chapter dropped by Thursday afternoon to honor the Constitution. Pictured above discussing the Constitution at the tea are, left to right, Elaine Lee, genealogical Records keeper for the club; Andrea Leonardi, who organized the tea for the club; and Kennedy.
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