SOUTHERN UTAH — The DAR Good Citizens program recognizes outstanding high school seniors who exhibit the qualities of good citizenship in their homes, schools, and communities.
Sponsored by the Daughters of the American Revolution, this program and associated scholarship contest is intended to encourage and reward these qualities.
Four high school seniors were recently named by their respective high schools, each receiving an award certificate and DAR Good Citizen pin from DAR Color Country:
- Abraham Lamoreaux of Snow Canyon High School
- Kailee Yardley of Hurricane High School
- Mattison Hillin of South Sevier High School
- Sierra May, Tuachan High School.
All of these outstanding young people elected to participate in the scholarship essay contest.
It was recently announced by the chapter’s DAR Good Citizen committee chair, Patricia Moseman, that Abraham Lamoreaux won the essay contest and was presented a $100 recognition award from the chapter.
Abraham’s parents, Bob and Robyn Lamoreaux, and school counselor, Denise Wallman, were present for the announcement. He now advances forward to compete in the Utah State Society DAR competition.
Last year’s chapter winner, high school senior Pyper Schmutz from Snow Canyon High School, was named the Utah State Society DAR winner.
This makes two years in a row that seniors from Snow Canyon High School have won local chapter recognition and advanced to the state level.
The 2019 state winner will be announced in April at the Utah State Society’s annual conference in Salt Lake City.
To learn more about the DAR Good Citizen award program for high school seniors, send your email to firstname.lastname@example.org