LISBON FALLS – The Burnt Meadow Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, has announced that Melinda M. Sullivan is the DAR Good Citizen from Lisbon High School and Nicholas M. Daggett is the DAR Good Citizen from Oak Hill High School.

Sullivan serves as Lisbon High School’s Student Council treasurer, is an active member of the Students Against Destructive Decisions Chapter, the yearbook staff and the National Technical Honor Society.

With a positive focus on family, church and community, she has participated in projects for Habitat for Humanity, the local food pantry and many church and Catholic youth group activities.

Sullivan is active in the field hockey, basketball and track programs at school and has worked at the Central Maine Community College Summer Sports Camp for the past three summers. She plans to attend the Franciscan University of Steubenville, Ohio, majoring in physical education and athletic training.

Daggett serves as president of the National Honor Society and French Club at Oak Hill High School. He is active in sports, with awards in soccer and tennis, is a member of the Jazz and Concert bands, Math Team, Science Club and Computer Users Club.

In addition to high academic standing, a part-time position at Hannaford Supermarkets and a USM Early Studies Program, Daggett participates in church and community service.

As a member of the Boy Scouts of America with the rank of Eagle Scout, he has volunteered for many senior citizen and food bank projects and is a regular lector at church. Daggett has applied to several colleges and plans to major in engineering.

The Burnt Meadow Chapter will honor the students and their parents at a luncheon in April. The speaker will be Pauline T. Barstow, DAR honorary state regent.


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