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The chapter winner’s dossier is submitted to the state historian so that the state society can select and honor a state winner.
The state winner is eligible to participate in the NSDAR national competition.
By Callie Jones News Editor The Elbridge Gerry Chapter of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution recognized winners of this year’s DAR Good Citizens and American History essay contests Saturday at a patriotic reception held at Sterling Public Library.
The Good Citizens contest is open to high school seniors, packets were sent out to 10 area high schools this year.
Not pictured Chloe Henry, Merino High School, and Mariah Gohson, Sterling High School.
Davis was selected as the overall winner whose essay will be submitted to the state competition.
The American History Essay Contest was established to encourage young people to think creatively about our nation's great history and learn about history in a new light.
Each year, a selected topic for use during the academic year is announced, and contest instructions are published online and sent to schools by participating DAR chapters.
STAMFORD — Nineteen city students were recently honored for their history-based writing in the Stamford Daughters of the American Revolution American Essay Contest.
“We want to promote history, education of kids and patriotism,” said Katie Sumner, DAR chapter regent and contest judge.