DAR names five Good Citizen Medal winners

The Count Pulaski Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution is proud to announce that five Pulaski County fifth graders, one from each of the five elementary schools, have been awarded the 2018 Good Citizen Certificate and Medal.

Each of these fifth graders has shown their teachers and classmates that they possess the qualifications for this honor. They are HONOR ā€“ honest, high principles, trustworthiness, loyalty, truthfulness, punctuality, moral strength and stability, cleanliness of mind and body: SERVICE- cooperation, meritorious behavior bring honor to their school or community, kindliness, unselfishness, true Americanism, individual responsibility to Home, Country, and to God; COURAGE- mental and physical determination to overcome obstacles; LEADERSHIP- personality ,originality, ability to lead and hold others, good sportsmanship, responsibility; PATRIOTISM- fundamental Americanism.

County Pulaski Chapter of the DAR is pleased to award the Good Citizenship Medal and Certificate to these young people.

Critzer Elementary, Kellie Faith Gravely, daughter of Thomas and Emily Gravely

Dublin Elementary, Evelyn Grim, daughter of Michael and Melissa Grim.

Pulaski Elementary, Colin Lyle Hall, son of Scott and Michelle Hall.

Riverlawn Elementary, Rylan Tibbs, son of Dale and Stephanie Tibbs, Jr.

Snowville Elementary, Jeremiah Turner, son of Allen Turner and Charity Warden.