SALEM — Mt. Abram High School has announced that this year’s Daughter of the American Revolution Good Citizen is Risa Marble, daughter of Travis and Liz Marble of Freeman Township.

The DAR Good Citizen Program is sponsored by the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution and locally by the Colonial Daughters Chapter, located in Farmington. Marble was chosen for the DAR Good Citizen Award by the faculty at Mt. Abram High School. She earned the award by exemplifying the qualities of a DAR Good Citizen, which are dependability, service, leadership and patriotism.

Marble immerses herself in her school community, is a member of the National Honor Society, has participated in Student Council and is a member of the local Youth Group. She has volunteered countless hours at Vacation Bible School and the indoor soccer program. She has also been chosen Student of the Month and has been on the honor roll consistently throughout school.

She is an active young lady who has been a member of the Lady Roadrunners soccer, Nordic skiing and track teams. Marble has received numerous awards for her athletic ability and sportsmanship on and off the field. Marble has been described as a kind, genuine person with a heart of gold.

Marble plans study secondary education in college and hopes to become a high school teacher.

Risa Marble

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