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The Fort Prince George Chapter of the Daughters of The American Revolution recently presented awards to, from the left, James Tanner, Madison Stewart, Jesse Parks, Krista Just, Hannah Looper, Katie Anne Dodgins, Marlene Adkins.
The Fort Prince George Chapter of the Daughters of The American Revolution recently presented awards to, from the left, James Tanner, Madison Stewart, Jesse Parks, Krista Just, Hannah Looper, Katie Anne Dodgins, Marlene Adkins.
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PICKENS — The Fort Prince George Chapter of the Daughters of The American Revolution recently presented awards to students who excelled in JROTC, American History and service to their community.


More than 40 students, parents, teachers and friends attended the ceremony. Each winner was presented a certificate and a gift card.


The JROTC Award was presented to Katie Anne Dodgins, Liberty High School and Casey Owens, Pickens High School.


The American History Award was presented to Jesse Parks of Gettys Middle School and Meghan Bryant of Liberty Middle School. Krista Just and Hannah Looper tied for the first place honor at Pickens Middle School.


The DAR Good Citizen Award was presented to Madison Stewart of Easley High School, James Tanner Chambers of Liberty High School and Michaela Leslie of Pickens High School.


Harriet Nash, Registrar for the Fort Prince George Chapter, presented Marlene Adkins of Clemson with the Community Service award for her “service to soldiers” campaign.


“We are so proud of these students, who not only excel in what they do, but are also leaders in their schools and communities,” said Anne Kilpatrick, Vice Regent.

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