Photo: Constitution Week

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The national celebration of Constitution Week began Sept. 17, a little-known commemoration of America’s best-known document, and a week that the Daughters of the American Revolution petitioned Congress to set aside in 1955. To remind all that the U.S. Constitution stands as a testament to the tenacity of America throughout history to maintain liberty and freedom and ensure those inalienable rights to every American, the Culpeper Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution have five displays with free materials for the public now on view in Rappahannock County — including this one in the high school library. Included in the display are books that may be checked out, and you can pick up a free copy of “Know Your Rights” at all the displays, including those at RCHS, RCES, the Rappahannock County Library, the Rappahannock Historical Society and Union First Market Bank.

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