The Fort Halifax Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution held their Tea this spring to honor the Good Citizens and History Essay winners at the Winslow Congregational Church.

Patty Poulin-Gorman, chairman of the Good Citizens Committee, presented the awards to the following students.

Jacob Trask, from Winslow High School received the Good Citizen Award. He is the son of Jeff and Tracey Trask of Winslow. While in high school he participated football, hockey and basketball. He was th football team captain and quarterback and caption of the hockey team. He also is a member of the National Honor Society, senior class president and is the student senate president. Outside of school he enjoys hunting, fishing and spending time with family and friends. He plans to pursue a chemical engineering degree from the University of Main.

Charlie Savoy from Upper Kennebec Valley High School in Bingham received the Good Citizen Award. She is the daughter of Bryan and Audrey Savoy of Bingham. Savoy was class president for three years, participated in — soccer, basketball and softball and was team captain of all three. A member of National Honor Society since her sophomore year. She now attends Denison University in Ohio.

David Selwood from Winslow High School was awarded the Jennie Paine Howard American History Medal. He now attends Princeton University in New Jersey and is pursuing a bachelor of science degree in a currently undecided engineering discipline.

The committee recognizes and rewards a senior who exemplifies the qualities of a good citizen: dependability, service, leadership and patriotism. The recipient receives a pin, certificate and wallet recognition card. This student is eligible to enter the DAR Good Citizen Scholarship contest by writing an essay on a topic that he or she receives only minutes before writing.

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