It was the first time for awards given for the Constitution Week Poster Contest, which ends with the national winner being printed in the spring and offered for sale at the DAR store in Washington, D.C.
The essay must have a bibliography listing all references utilized. One essay from each contest will be selected as the chapter winner and forwarded to the state competition. From there, winning essays may go on to the division and national competitions. Essays should be mailed to 444 N. Main St., Suffolk, VA 23434, or drop them off at this.
A sixth-grade student at E.B. Stanley Middle School, Ashby Bonin read his winning essay at a recent DAR meeting in Abingdon. His essay on Isle Royale National Park was selected by Black’s Fort DAR as a local winner, and went on to win DAR district and state level competitions.
Daughters of the American Revolution American History Essay Contest Winners It is with great pleasure that we announce the St. Mark’s winners in the DAR American History Essay ontest. ongratulations! 5th Grade randon Roos 1st Place 6th Grade Hailey Resetar 1st Place Zoe Artz 2nd Place 7th Grade Parker Fite 3rd Place 8th Grade.
The American Foreign Service Association’s national high school essay contest completed its twenty-second year with nearly 440 submissions from 36 states. Three randomized rounds of judging produced this year’s winner, Jonas Lorincz, a junior from Marriotts Ridge High School in Marriottsville, Maryland.
DAR honors winners of Good Citizenship, history essay awards PUNXSUTAWNEY — The Punxsutawney chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) recently named a pair of essay winners — PAHS senior Alexa Shaffer for the DAR Good Citizen Award and SS.C.D. School seventh-grader Kaitlin Nicole Doverspike for the DAR American History Essay Contest.
Several fifth grade students from Wakanda Elementary School in Menomonie participated in the National Society, Eau Claire Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, American History essay contest.
Thomasville Chapter DAR Regent Deb Phillips (left) and Vice Regent Shelba Sellers (right) present American History Essay Contest Winner, Latia Thomas with medal and certificate.