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DAR honors students, community members
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Curtis Segars and Maxine Trapnell won the Community Service award.

The Col. William Candler Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution recently celebrated students and community members during the chapter’s annual Awards Tea.

Fifth-, eighth- and 12th-grade students in Gainesville and Hall County school systems and three adults were selected for the awards.

American History Essay Award: Enota Elementary fifth-grader Amanda Mullin.

DAR Good Citizens Award, high school seniors: Grayze Anne Sepe, East Hall; Kyle Peterman, Flowery Branch; Thinh Nguyen, Gainesville; Dulce Maria Aguilar, Johnson; Robert Lipold, Lakeview; Emily Barnes, North Hall, who also won the essay contest and will compete at the district level; and Samantha Alverson, West Hall.

DAR Youth Citizenship Award, eighth-graders: Emily Masters, C.W. Davis; Nicole Sedwick, Chestatee Academy; Oriah Talest Ware, Da Vinci Academy; Ivey Shadburn, East Hall; Morgan Leighann Nichol, Gainesville Middle; Reese Myers, Lakeview; Parker Shope, Maranatha Academy; Andrew Harmon, North Georgia Christian; Emily Britt, North Hall Middle; Avery Arlene Marie Owen, South Hall Middle; and Kaylie Dover, West Hall Middle.

Junior American Citizen Award, fifth-graders: Amanda Mullin, Enota, stamp art; Gabriel Vasquez, Enota, poster art; Tiffhany Hernandez, Enota, short essay; Adela Galvan, Enota, and Prudence Matthews, Enota, good citizenship.

Community Service Awards: Maxine Trapnell and Curtis Segars.

Outstanding Librarian Award: Ronda Sanders.

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