DAR National Old Trails Chapter Announces Good Citizens

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The DAR National Old Trails Chapter oversees the Good Citizens Award competitions for Lincoln, Hagerstown, and Centerville school districts. The DAR Good Citizen program is open to all high school seniors enrolled in public or private schools. Winners demonstrate leadership, dependability, service, and patriotism in their home, school and community.

Seth Morris is from Lincoln Middle/High School. He is the son of Shane Morris and Sandra Lambert of Cambridge City, IN. His school and extra- curricular activities are: Tennis – 4 yrs., Academic All State, Rushville Invitational Champion 4 yrs., Scholar Athlete 2 yrs., 9th Most improved player, MVP 2017, and Sr. 2nd overall TEC. Basketball – 3 yrs., Jr. Scholar Athlete, Baseball – 3yrs., Soph. Scholar Athlete. Track – 1 yr, Jr. Academic All-State and Scholar Athlete, BPA – 4 yrs., Jr. Vice President, Sr. President, 2-time National Champion from any school-Spread Sheet Champion (1st & 2nd place). Student Council – Fr. Boys Representative, Class President 3 yrs. Spanish Club – 4 yrs., Jr. President, Sr. Secretary. Academic Teams – 2 yrs., Math & Science, Sr. Math Captain. National Honor Society – 2yrs, Student Leadership Conference – 2 time nominee & attendee of a special student Leadership Conference. Lincoln High School Travel Club – 2017 Europe 10 day trip. Various Awards – Student of the month 4 yrs., Certificate of the Recognition 3yrs., Soph. & Jr., Outstanding Achievement Award for Excellence in Mathematics, Superior Honor Roll, 4yrs., Jr., Winter Dance Prince & Prom Court. Class Valedictorian. Kiwanis Club – delivering Christmas baskets, volunteer – with local food pantry, Cambridge City Christian Church, watering town’s plants and caregiver to his grandfather.

His future plans are to attend Purdue University or Ohio State and pursue a major course of study in Engineering ( Biomedical, Aerospace, or Mechanical) and with a minor in business management. He would like to further education after obtaining a Bachelor’s degree to elevate to the CEO level.

Aubrey Madison Davis is from Centerville Sr. High School. She is the daughter of Mike and Alyssa Davis of Centerville, IN. Her school and extra-curricular activities are: Swimming & Diving team: 3 yrs., Varsity letter 3 yrs., MVP 3 yrs., Sectional champion and State Qualifier in back stroke, Recorder holder in 100 Backstroke, 200 Medley Relay, and 200 Freestyle Relay, Team Captain, Undefeated Dual Season, Top 3 and Top 6 finishes at Sectionals in the 100 Freestyle, 200 Individual Medley, and Various Relays. Waterworks Swim Club: 10 yr. member, Team Captain, 7th place in the 100 Backstroke, 9th place in the 200 Backstroke, 12th place in the 100 Freestyle at the Eastern Indiana Divisional level Championships, High Point Winner at Summer Dolphin Meet, Track & Field: 3 yrs., Varsity Letter 3 yrs., Best Hurdler Award, G0-Getter Award (Best Attitude Award), TEC Champion in 4×100 Relay, TEC Overall Team Champion 2016, Sectional Finalist in Long Jump, Student Government: 4 yrs., Jr. Vice President Sr. President. Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA): 4 yrs., Worship Leader. Students Against Drunk Drivers (SADD): 4 yrs., SADD Leadership Team 2yrs., Led discussions over distracted and drunk driving, dating abuse, and drug abuse. Eastern Indiana Model Legislature 9mock Government): 3 yrs., Self-Written Bill passed, Chairperson and Outstanding Committee Member in the Committee of Urban Affairs 2 yrs., Majority Floor Leader in the House of Representatives. National Honor Society: 2 yrs., Secretary. Advanced Women’s Choir/ Vocal Jazz Choir: 4 yrs., Gold Level awards, Most Improved Soprano 1 yr., Most Outstanding Soprano 1 yr., White Level Award. High School Library: 2yrs., High School Cadet Teacher: 1 yr., at Rose Hamilton Elementary School, High School Bulldog Pride Award: 2-time recipient, High School Principal Leadership Team: 1 of 3 representatives of¬¬-2018 class. Richard Lugar’s Symposium for Tomorrow’Leader’s: School chosen representative, Luke Messer’s -Congressional Leadership Academy: School chosen representative, Purdue Leadership Summit: School chosen representative. 4-H (4 Leaf Stars): 10 yrs., Photography, Drawing, Gift Wrapping, Cake Decorating, and Basic baskets, Starschool Stroke School Instructor: 2 yrs., Instruct kids to swim the 4 strokes, flip turns, and starts/dives, Lifeguarding: Worked at multiple schools, Davis Property Investments: Helped to repair many rentals, Babysitting: Babysitting at various times throughout the summers and year, Centerville Christian Church Nursery Worker: Work in the infant nursery every 5th Sunday, Reading and Writing: I am an avid reader, published poet: “A Celebration of Poets”, Theatre, Music, ect.: enjoy listening and watching theatre and musical performances.
Her future plans are to attend Anderson University to pursue a major in Athletic Training with a minor in Nutrition. She would like to help build a swim team while at Anderson University. Upon graduation, pursue a career in high school or college athletics and earn the opportunity to work with a professional team. She also wants an opportunity to do mission work and travel the world.

Madison Brown is from Hagerstown Jr. Sr. High School. She is the daughter of Eddie and Kendra Brown of Economy, IN. Her school and extra-curricular are: Basketball: 4 yrs., Rick Mount Attitude Award, Tri-Eastern Conference All Academic Team, Best Defense, Best Three Throw Percentage, TEC Honorable Mention, Participated in the Midwest Girls Basketball Showcase, Participated in the North v. South All-Star Game, Participated in the 12th Annual PostYourT All-Star Game, TEC Watchlist. FFA: 3 yrs., President, Reporter, Chapter Scholar, Star Greenhand ward. Model Legislature: 2 yrs., Health Occupations Student of America (HOSA): 1yr., National Honor Society: 2 yrs., Cross Country: 3 yrs.,
Peer Helper: 3 yrs., Student Government: 4 yrs., Vice President, Class President, President. Teachers Aid: 3 yrs., Gleaners Food Bank: 1 yr. 4-H: 9 yrs., Recreation Leader, Secretary. Jr. Leader: 2 yr., Recreation Leader. Dance: 15 yrs.
Her future plans are to become a certified nursing assistant (CNA) and attend college. A the present time, she is learning and enjoying her honey bee hives that she started this year.

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