2018 DAR Good Citizens

The Hannah Weston Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution honored the 2018 DAR Good Citizens during a meeting and reception held Tuesday at the Whiting Community Building. Honored were, from left to right: Mary Elizabeth Hammond of Narraguagus High School of Harrington; Kylie Donovan of Calais High School; Ivy Robinson of Jonesport-Beals High School; Nicholas Mallar of Machias Memorial High School; and Kyle Case of Washington Academy of East Machias. (Submitted photo)

 The Hannah Weston Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution honored six Washington County high school seniors selected by their respective schools during the annual DAR Good Citizen reception held Tuesday, April 10th at Whiting Community Center. The students had been named by the faculty and students as the school DAR Good Citizen for 2018 and were sponsored by the chapter in the state-wide selection of the 2019 Maine DAR Good Citizen. To be eligible as a DAR Good Citizen, the students must possess to an outstanding degree qualities of dependability, service, leadership and patriotism.

 Introducing the young people was Carole Sprague, DAR Good Citizen chair, who spoke on the accomplishments of each student, followed by the parents presenting each with their DAR Good Citizen pin. The young people also received a cash award from the chapter and a certificate from the National Society DAR.

 The 2018 DAR Good Citizens honored were: Kylie B. Donovan, daughter of Jennifer James of Calais; Ivy Robbinson, daughter of Michael and Patricia Robbinson of Addison;  Nicholas Mallar, son of Christopher Mallar and Susie Herber of Machias; Mary Elizabeth Hammond, daughter of Darin and Michelle Hammond of Harrington; Audrey Bradbury, daughter of Will and Lisa Bradbury of Eastport; and Kyle Case, son of Troy and Lisa Bradbury of East Machias.