DAR Celebrates Constitution Week
The Scranton City, Dial Rock and Wyoming Valley chapters of the Daughters of the American Revolution recently marked Constitution Week. The annual Tri-Chapter Luncheon was held Sept. 22 at the Lackawanna Station Radisson Hotel in Scranton. Rep. Matt Cartwright read his entry from the Congressional Record marking Constitution Week and all three chapters received proclamations from Gov. Tom Wolf. Clark Switzer, local historian and teacher at Wyoming Seminary Lower School, spoke about James Madison’s ideas when framing the U.S. Constitution. Kathleen Zinskie, Scranton City Chapter Constitution Week chairwoman, created a display about the Constitutional Amendments. Members of all three chapters, as well as members of the Tunkhannock and Susquehanna chapters attended. From left, are Carol Hess, regent, Scranton City; Kathleen Zinskie, Northeast District director; Rep. Matt Cartwright, Clark Switzer, Amy Ellsworth, regent, Wyoming Valley and Barbara Dymond-Frederick, regent, Dial Rock.