DAR announces Good Citizen winnersMay 19, 2021
The Dubois County Daughters of the American Revolution announce the Good Citizen winners for the county. The first place winner is Isabella Roberts from Jasper High School. The second place winner is Molly Lusk from Forest Park High School. Madison Mickler is the winner from Northeast Dubois High School and Breck Sternberg is the winner from Southridge High School.
All students in the senior class in Dubois County were eligible for the award. Winners were students who have demonstrated in an outstanding way the qualities of dependability, service, leadership and patriotism in their home, school and community. They were also required to write an essay.
Each school's Good Citizen winner receives a gold and blue pin. Around the rim of this pin are 13 stars representing the 13 original colonies. A band of blue enamel identifies it with the DAR Society. Dependability, service, leadership and patriotism are titles of four books in the center suggesting school days. Circling these is the laurel wreath of honor, and behind it is the torch of understanding. In addition, the students receive a certificate and a monetary award. Isabella Roberts' essay was entered in the state competition.
Isabella Roberts is the Good Citizen for Jasper High School. She was class president for four years and on the Student Council. She was on the swim team throughout high school. Other activities include Spanish Club, Ambassador Choir, R.O.L.O., S.A.D.D. and Natural Helpers. Her parents are Tim and Nikki Roberts.
Molly Lusk is the Good Citizen for Forest Park High School. She was senior class president, Beta Club president, and National Honor Society president. Molly played volleyball and tennis. Her parents are Kevin and Jennifer Lusk.
Madison Mickler is the Good Citizen for Northeast Dubois High School. She has served on the Student Council, the Green Team, and was a Junior Class Officer. She was a part of Natural Helpers, and in French Club and Beta Club. Her parents are Larry and Bonnie Mickler.
Breck Sternberg is the Good Citizen from Southridge High School. He has been active in a number of clubs including National Honor Society, STEM Club, Fellowship of Christian Athletes and tennis. His parents are Tim and Tonya Sternberg.
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