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A new bicentennial plaque will be added to the R.H. Dana Jr. statue on Dec. 6 to commemorate the 200th year anniversary of the birth of the city’s namesake. Photo: Andrea Swayne
A new bicentennial plaque will be added to the R.H. Dana Jr. statue on Dec. 6 to commemorate the 200th year anniversary of the birth of the city’s namesake. Photo: Andrea Swayne

Dana Point Times

The Dana Point Historical Society invites the public to join them and Orange County Supervisor Lisa Bartlett at the dedication of the Dana Bicentennial plaque at 1:30 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 6 at the Richard Henry Dana Jr. Statue at the terminus of Island Way on the island at Dana Point Harbor.

The plaque has been added to the base of the statue to commemorate 2015 as the 200-year anniversary of the city’s namesake R.H. Dana Jr.’s birth.

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