DAR’s American History essay winners honored


The Richard Clinton Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution recently honored Chapter winners of the American History Essay Contest during a Spartans Pride assembly. Those honored included, from left: seventh-graders Kelly Williams, Chapter winner, and Kendall Thrift, runner-up. They are pictured with Chapter Regent Joan Carr, far right. All middle schools in Sampson County were given material to disperse to their students in the fifth-eighth grade for an opportunity to enter this essay contest.


The Richard Clinton Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution recently honored Chapter winners of the American History Essay Contest during a Spartans Pride assembly. Those honored included, from left: seventh-graders Kelly Williams, Chapter winner, and Kendall Thrift, runner-up. They are pictured with Chapter Regent Joan Carr, far right. All middle schools in Sampson County were given material to disperse to their students in the fifth-eighth grade for an opportunity to enter this essay contest.

The Richard Clinton Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution recently honored Chapter winners of the American History Essay Contest during a Spartans Pride assembly. Those honored included, from left: seventh-graders Kelly Williams, Chapter winner, and Kendall Thrift, runner-up. They are pictured with Chapter Regent Joan Carr, far right. All middle schools in Sampson County were given material to disperse to their students in the fifth-eighth grade for an opportunity to enter this essay contest.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_DAR-Essay.jpgThe Richard Clinton Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution recently honored Chapter winners of the American History Essay Contest during a Spartans Pride assembly. Those honored included, from left: seventh-graders Kelly Williams, Chapter winner, and Kendall Thrift, runner-up. They are pictured with Chapter Regent Joan Carr, far right. All middle schools in Sampson County were given material to disperse to their students in the fifth-eighth grade for an opportunity to enter this essay contest.
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