BOWDOIN – The Burnt Meadow Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, has announced that Nicole L. Strople is the DAR Good Citizen from Lisbon High School and John Daggett is the DAR Good Citizen from Oak Hill High School.

Strople is the senior yearbook editor and has played field hockey and football during her school years. She has been a cheerleader and was regional champion in this area. She likes to be outdoors and enjoys camping, hiking, kayaking, swimming and snowmobiling.

Strople has worked three summers at a local dairy bar and at church suppers. She plans to attend college and is leaning toward studying athletic training.

Daggett has been active in sports, playing soccer and baseball, music and community service activities. He has been a member of the National Honor Society for two years. He has received numerous musical awards, student of the month for four years and a Discover Card tribute award.

Daggett has done part-time work as a surveying assistant and at Hannaford’s as a cashier. He plans to enter a pre-physician assistant program in college and to continue his musical interests.

The Burnt Meadow Chapter will honor the students and their parents at a luncheon in April. The speaker will be Elizabeth Howe of Penobscot, state DAR Good Citizen Committee chairwoman.


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