Fort Prince George DAR Chapter recognizes students for excellence


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The 2017 Awards Day winners were, from the left, Harrison Daley, Hanah Owens, Lillian Hendricks, Anne Kilpatrick (Chapter Regent), Abigail Caldwell, Hannah Loffler, Aaron Bates and Anderson Stettner. Not pictured is Dena Revis.


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EASLEY — The Fort Prince George Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution recently held its annual Awards Day to recognize outstanding students from Pickens, Liberty and Easley middle and high schools in the studies of American History, Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps and Good Citizen.

The awards are part of the DAR’s commitment to the mission of encouraging education, historic preservation and patriotism.

Nominated by teachers and counselors, students are selected based on such qualities as scholarship, leadership, patriotism, dependability, and personality. Winners receive a certificate of excellence, a lapel pin or medal, and a gift card.

This year’s winners were:

American History

Gettys Middle School: Hanah Owens

Liberty Middle School: Harrison Daley

Pickens Middle School: Hannah Loffler

JROTC

Liberty High School: Anderson Stettner

Pickens High School: Lillian Hendricks

DAR Good Citizen

Easley High School: Abigail Caledwell

Liberty High School: Aaron G. Bates

Pickens High School: Dena Revis

The 2017 Awards Day winners were, from the left, Harrison Daley, Hanah Owens, Lillian Hendricks, Anne Kilpatrick (Chapter Regent), Abigail Caldwell, Hannah Loffler, Aaron Bates and Anderson Stettner. Not pictured is Dena Revis.
http://www.sentinelprogress.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/web1_fortprincedarawards.jpgThe 2017 Awards Day winners were, from the left, Harrison Daley, Hanah Owens, Lillian Hendricks, Anne Kilpatrick (Chapter Regent), Abigail Caldwell, Hannah Loffler, Aaron Bates and Anderson Stettner. Not pictured is Dena Revis. Courtesy photo

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