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Paducah Public School Students Honored by Society of Daughters of the American Revolution

Ten Paducah Public School students have been honored by the Paducah Chapter National Society Daughters of the American Revolution for outstanding character and commitment to high ideals. Vonnie Shelton, Vice Regent, and Kathie Grassham, Regent, presented medals and certificates to students in grades 5 through 12 in recognition of their outstanding patriotism, honor, service, courage, and leadership as well as contributions to their schools and community. Also present was Cheryl Bendick, DAR Youth Citizenship Chairman.
 
Fifth graders Dagny Page, Clark Elementary School; Kamdyn Sullivan, McNabb Elementary School; and Valerie Tharp, Morgan Elementary School received DAR Youth Citizenship Medals at their respective schools. 
 
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Sixth grader Angelique Hernandez, seventh grader Dontae Ellis-Maxwell, and eighth grader Alexa White were awarded Youth Citizenship Medals at Paducah Middle School.

DAR Youth Citizenship Medals were given at Paducah Tilghman High School to Haddon Shively, 9th grade; Amya Kendrick, 10th grade; and Jake Taylor, 11th grade.

Senior Kate Criner was awarded the DAR's highest student honor, the Daughters of the American Revolution Good Citizen Award. The Good Citizen Award recognizes and rewards high school seniors who exhibit dependability, service, leadership, and patriotism in their homes, schools, and communities.
 
 
 
 
 
 

Posted Tuesday, November 5, 2019