AUBURN — The Mary Dillingham Chapter of the Lewiston/Auburn Daughters of the American Revolution honored outstanding area high school seniors April 9 at the Auburn Methodist Church.

The students are winners of the annual DAR Good Citizenship Medal Award.

They were chosen by their respective schools for outstanding citizenship, honesty, courage, service, leadership and patriotism.

The Good Citizens Award also provides the opportunity for the student to participate in an essay contest for which scholarships are presented on the state and national levels. The DAR Good Citizens are chosen by the students and faculty of public and accredited schools, including homes-schooled students.

The medal award is given on the chapter level through the National Defense Committee for the same merits. Both awards are open to boys and girls.

This year’s DAR Good Citizens winners are:

Jeremy Austin of Buckfield Junior/Senior High School, son of Scott and Cynthia Austin of Sumner.

Clay Rowland of Leavitt Area High School, son of Stephan Rowling and Allison Stailing of Turner.

Kennedy Hubbard of Edward Little High School, daughter of Kimberly Bantus of Auburn.

This year’s DAR Good Citizenship Medal Award winners are:

Rebecca Emily Cooper of Buckfield Junior/Senior High School, daughter of Kevin and Rebecca Cooper of Buckfield.

Annie Castonguay of Leavitt Area High School, daughter of Ron and Terri Castonguay of Leeds.

Mason Bosse of Edward Little High School, son of Debbie Bosse of Auburn.

The April program honored students, family and faculty with awards, medals and refreshments.

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