Karyn maintains the Washington Crossing Chapter’s Facebook page since its inception, posting stories on a regular basis. She keeps the page active and relevant. She has also planned and coordinated the annual DAR/SAR Flag Day picnic on the grounds of the Moland House for many years.
At the meeting, the guest speaker was local historian and author William L. (Larry) Kidder. Mr. Kidder gave a presentation about life for civilians living in Princeton, New Jersey during the Revolution, 1774-1783. His newest book is titled “Revolutionary Princeton 1774-1783: The Biography of an American Town in the Heart of a Civil War.”
PHOTO CAP: Karyn Norton holding the Lydia Darragh Medal and Certificate.