Daughters of the American Revolution honors good citizens

La Tayja Sykes of West Point High School and Emily Woodson of Hebron Christian School stand with Regent Brenda Edwards. (Submitted photo)
By: 
DONNA SUMMERALL
Staff Writer

As an annual project, the Horseshoe Robertson Chapter of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution sponsors a good citizen project at West Point High School, Hebron Christian School and Oak Hill Academy. This year's winner is Emily Woodson of Hebron Christian School.

Three students were nominated, and the Horseshoe Robertson DAR Chapter recognized the three students, one of whom was unable to attend.

To read more about this, check out the Wednesday, April 21 edition of DTL.

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