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DAR honors essay contest winners

12:16 PM, Mar. 20, 2013
Doris Dahlke, chapter regent, from left, seventh-grader McKenzie Mallek; eighth- grader Gabrielle Perry; sixth-grader Chelette Robinson; fifth-grader Christian Terrill; and Shannon Moore, American History and DAR Good Citizen chapter chairwoman.
Doris Dahlke, chapter regent, from left, seventh-grader McKenzie Mallek; eighth- grader Gabrielle Perry; sixth-grader Chelette Robinson; fifth-grader Christian Terrill; and Shannon Moore, American History and DAR Good Citizen chapter chairwoman.
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Nay-osh-ing Chapter, Plover, Daughters of the American Revolution, held its annual American History Essay Contest and DAR Good Citizens Awards Night at the Portage County Public Library in Stevens Point.

Shannon Moore, American History and DAR Good Citizens chairwoman, explained the founding of the DAR and the Nay-osh-ing Chapter. She explained how the judges are selected and the criteria they use to judge the essays.

This year's essay topic focused on describing a particular person or group and how they supported the cause for American Independence. The title of the essay was ...

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