National Pike DAR honors students

  • June 1, 2013
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Chelsea Greer, Jaime Handra, Kyle Steele and Zachary Ecker
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Talia Walsh, Jonathan Ruffing and Krista Leber
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Alec Belcastro
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Michelle Biksey
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Natalie Hamilton and Sabrina Tecklenburg
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Ashley Brantley and Caitlin Guthrie

The National Pike chapter of Daughters of the American Revolution held its annual student awards program May 13 at First Baptist Church in Washington.

Junior American Citizens contest

Sixth-grade winners from John F. Kennedy Catholic School in the Art Expression division were Talia Welsh (poster), first place – local level and first place – Pennsylvania; and Krista Lebar (stamp), first place – local level, first place – Pennsylvania, first place – Eastern division and first place – National. Fellow JFK sixth-grader Jonathan Ruffing (poem) won in the Creative Expression division. He earned first place in the local level and second place in Pennsylvania.

DAR Good Citizenship awards

Trinity Middle School eighth-graders Ashley Brantley, Alec Belcastro, Michelle Biksey and Caitlin Guthrie received awards.

American History awards

Trinity Middle School seventh-graders Chelsea Geer, Jaime Handra, Kyle Steele and Zachary Ecker received awards.

Good Citizen awards

Natalie Hamilton of McGuffey High School and Sabrina Tecklenburg of Trinity High School received awards.


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