DAR recognizes youth citizenship

The Daughters of the American Revolution presented DAR Youth Citizenship Awards to youth from each school in the county on Monday afternoon in a ceremony in the Andalusia City Hall.

Opp youth citizenship award recipients:

• Fifth grade – Madison Mitchell. • Sixth grade – Lily Kathryn Clark.

• Seventh grade – Maggie Sasser.

• Eighth grade – Ariyid Hightower.

• Ninth grade – Sydney Merrill Ann Culverhouse.

• Tenth grade – Cody Benton Davis.

• Eleventh grade – Treleigh Madison Weeks.

Florala youth citizenship award recipients:

• Fifth grade – Chloe Russell.

• Sixth grade – Hailey Williams.

• Seventh grade – Rashaad Coleman.

• Eighth grade – Kaiden LeMaire.

• Ninth grade – Ja’kwes Ball.

• Tenth grade – Morgan Jackson.

• Eleventh grade – Hannah White.

Straughn youth citizenship award recipients:

• Fifth grade – Carlin Bates.

• Sixth grade – Ayden Amis.

• Seventh grade – Allie Kelley.

• Eight grade – Austin Singletary.

• Ninth grade – Dallas Mackoff.

• Tenth grade – Julie Moore.

• Eleventh grade – Molly Stewart.

Pleasant Home youth citizenship award recipients:

• Fifth grade – Courtney Michelle Griggs.

• Sixth grade – James Schuyler Josey.

• Seventh grade – Allen Ross Wilson.

• Eighth grade – Kassidy Hope Gunter.

• Ninth grade – Isabella Grace Worley.

• Tenth grade – Tiffany Marie Knoll.

• Eleventh grade – Camille Aleta Holley.

Andalusia youth citizenship award recipients

• Fifth grade – Mya Mitchell.

• Sixth grade – Mitchell Sasser.

• Seventh grade – Katie Boston.

• Eighth grade – Jacob Cravey.

• Ninth grade – Anabell Bryant.

• Tenth grade – Baylee Robertson. • Eleventh grade – Tyler Garvin.


Red Level youth citizenship award recipients:

• Fifth grade – Claudia Pate.

• Sixth grade – Jenna Foshee. P

• Seventh grade – James McLemore Jeter.

• Eighth grade – Olivia Kaye Whitfield.

• Ninth grade – Ansley Elizabeth Russell. • Tenth grade – Jacob Steven Long.

• Eleventh Grade – Ansley Meredith Nall.

Fleeta youth citizenship award recipients:

• Fifth grade – Ashley Kelley.

• Sixth grade – Austin Brooks.

• Seventh grade – Gracie McLaughlin.

• Eighth grade – Clay Eaton.



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