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DAR chapter honors area good citizens

Thursday, December 17, 2009

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The Fort Harrison Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution recently honored DAR Good Citizens from area schools. Those in attendance included (front, from left) Jessamyn Moore (Northview), Jacqualynn Bogle (Terre Haute South), Allison Crabb (Clay City), (back) Diane Gaskin (DAR Good Citizens Chairman), Shane Wycoff (West Vigo), and Chapter Regent Vikki Sordean. Not pictured: Sarah Baugh (Terre Haute North).
Fort Harrison Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution honored the DAR Good Citizens from five area schools and their families at a December meeting.

The following senior students were chosen by their schools: Jessamyn Moore (Northview), Jacqualynn Bogle (Terre Haute South), Allison Crabb (Clay City), Shane Wycoff (West Vigo), and Sarah Baugh (Terre Haute North) -- who was unable to attend the meeting.

After the students presented their essays, each was honored with their DAR Good Citizen pin, award certificate and a $100 scholarship presented by the Chapter Regent, Vikki Sordean.

Bogle was chosen to represent Fort Harrison Chapter DAR in the state scholarship contest.

Each student's entry had been previously scored by non-DAR judges with the decision based on the student's scholastic record, community service and the written essay.

The contest was conducted by Diane Gaskin, chapter chairman.


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Great job Students! We're proud of you.

Merry Christmas to you and your families!

-- Posted by Proud of My Country on Fri, Dec 18, 2009, at 4:37 PM


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