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 DAR Honors Area Students

February 7, 2007 - The Major Hugh Dinwiddie Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution presented awards to several area students last Friday at the Knightstown United Methodist Church.

Knightstown High School student Amy Elaine Kendall, daughter of Kathy Kendall of Shirley, and Tri Jr.-Sr. High School student Jennifer Marie Marshall, daughter of David and Willa Marshall of Spiceland, received Good Citizen awards from the DAR.  Kathy Kenall and Willa Marshall presented the Good Citizen emblems to their daughters.

The DAR also honored three younger students for their award-winning entries in the DAR’s American History Contest. Writing on the topic “Jamestown Colony is Settled,” Tri Elementary fifth grader Mariah Sitler (daughter of Penny and Chris Sitler), Knightstown Intermediate School sixth grader Logan James Cox (son of Stacy and Eric Cox), and KIS eighth grader Kathleen Louise Weiland (daughter of Ann Marie and Jeff Weiland) were named winners of this year’s contest. The students each read their essays and were presented their medals by their mothers.

The honored students, their parents and other guests, including Margaret Brock of Indianapolis, enjoyed refreshments with DAR members following the awards presentation. Hostesses were Amelia Wyatt and Ruth Goodwin.

Regent Mary Ann Sitler opened the short business meeting that followed in regular ritualistic order. Ila Rose Cupp gave the National Defense Report on the new national World War I museum in Kansas City, Mo., which visitors enter by way of a glass bridge suspended over 9,000 red poppy blooms, each of which honors 1,000 of the 9,000,000 lives lost in the war.

The chapter’s next meeting will be at 1:30 p.m. on Friday, March 2, at the home of Dianne Taylor.

 

 

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