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Constitution Week

The mayor of Seneca, Dan Alexander, has proclaimed September 17 - 23, 2010  as 'Constitution Week'. The United States Constitution was ordained and established on September 17, 1787 and has secured our commitment to freedom and democracy. A commitment which has guided us through more than two centuries of enormous growth and change. By instilling faith in the promise of democracy, the United States Constitution has served as a model for democratic governments around the globe. Therefore, the 223rd anniversary of the signing of the Constitution provides an historic opportunity for citizens throughout South Carolina and the nation to pay tribute to our Founding Fathers and to reflect on the rights, privileges, and responsibilities of citizenship.

The Mayor encourages all the citizens of Seneca to study the Constitution, and reflect on the privilege of being an American with all the rights and responsibilities which that privilege involves. In photo, Mayor Dan Alexander presents Sue Dickerson with proclamtion.



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