Dripping Springs Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) honors good citizens

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Outstanding Cullman area high school seniors were honored by Dripping Springs National Society of Daughters of the American Revolution as Good Citizens. Griffin Barksdale, Cullman High School, Overall Good Citizen; Andrew Tucker, West Point; Issac Daniel, Holly Pond; Cody Dye, Good Hope; Cassidy Rose Campbell, Hanceville; Toni Danyelle West, Cold Springs. Not pictured Caleb Norman, St. Bernard Prep. Scholarship Essay winner and Levi Hunter Garner, Fairview (Photo courtesy of DAR)

 The Dripping Springs Chapter of the National Society of Daughters of the American Revolution honored outstanding seniors from each of the area high schools as DAR Good Citizens. Students were judged on personal qualities of integrity, dependability, leadership, patriotism and service. They submitted essays on “Our American Heritage and Our Responsibility for Preserving It” along with recommendations from teachers and leaders in the community.  

 Students honored were:  

Griffin BarksdaleCullman High School 

Andrew TuckerWest Point 

Issac DanielHolly Pond 

Cody DyeGood Hope 

Cassidy Rose CampbellHanceville 

Toni Danyelle WestCold Springs 

Caleb NormanSt. Bernard Prep. 

Levi Hunter GarnerFairview 

 

The DAR Good Citizen winner was Griffin Barksdale, Cullman High School. The DAR Scholarship Essay Winner was Caleb Norman, St. Bernard Prep.