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DAR met Monday to launch Constitution Week
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A group of DAR members met on the steps of the Bulloch courthouse Monday to launch Constitution Week. - photo by Special
    A group of members from the Archibald Bulloch chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution met in front of the Bulloch County Courthouse at this past Monday, to launch the week-long celebration of Constitution Week. This historica document is 220 years old.
    At 4 p.m. church bells rang at the Statesboro First Baptist Church along with the Metter Primitive Baptist Church. Surrounding counties joined in to remind us of our freedoms guaranteed by the Constitution.
    Activities continued during the week. Displays were put in numerous schools, the Averitt Arts Center, Statesboro Regional Library and First Southern National Bank. A Constitution Tea was held on Thursday at the home of Jan Anderson, followed by a tour of the Old Oak Grove one-room school.
    Local chapter members will travel to Savannah today to join that group of NSDARs for a Constitution Luncheon given by the Savannah chapters.
    The Archibald Bulloch chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution encourages everyone to read the Constitution and to study it.
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