Local DAR chapter presents student awards

  • Sunday, February 23, 2014

Clayton Stairs/Times The National Society of Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR), Winyah Chapter held its annual student awards ceremony on Wednesday at Duncan Memorial United Methodist Church in Georgetown. Good Citizen awards were presented to high school seniors Taylor Carter of Andrews High, Spencer Owens of Carvers Bay High, Imani Atkins of Waccamaw High and Tiffany McCray of Georgetown High (not pictured). At left, from left, are Linda Croyle, chair of the American history committee, Carter, Owens, Katharine Sullivan, regent of the local chapter, Atkins, and Joy Ann Sasser, chair of the high school good citizens committee. Also honored was Nora Newbauer, a 5th grade student at Waccamaw Intermediate School who won the DAR essay contest for her two-part essay about child labor practices in the 1800s.


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