Eliza Lynn Morgan selected as DAR Good Citizen at PCHS

Eliza Lynn Morgan
Eliza Lynn Morgan

Eliza Lynn Morgan, a senior at Pulaski County High School, has been selected as the DAR Good Citizen for this school year sponsored by the County Pulaski Chapter of The National Society Daughters of the American Revolution.  She is the daughter of Jared and Julie Morgan of Pulaski, Va.

Eliza has been an exceptional student and has participated in many extracurricular activities both at school and in her community.  She exemplifies the qualities which the Good Citizen Program recognizes.  She plans to attend New River Community College to complete General Studies  after which she plans to begin a mission program  traveling to places in the world to teach about the Christian Gospel and  bring involved in Community Service projects. After the mission project she will be completing her studies to become a Veterinarian. Her goal is to make a positive impact on every person she meets in the  hopes of making a difference in her community and the world.

The DAR Good Citizen program recognizes outstanding young people who exhibit the qualities of good citizenship in their homes, school and communities and is intended to encourage and reward these students.  This program is open to all high school seniors enrolled in public or private schools accredited by their state board of education.

The student selected as the school’s DAR Good Citizen must have the following qualities:

  • Dependability (truthfulness, honest, punctuality, etc.)
  • Service (cooperation, helpfulness, responsibility, etc.)
  • Leadership (personality, self-control, initiative, etc.)
  • Patriotism (unselfish loyalty to American ideals).

Eliza will be recognized by County Pulaski Chapter in April and will be presented with a pin, a certificate and other gifts.  She will be recognized at the Pulaski County High School Awards Assembly at the end of the school year.

The Count Pulaski Chapter is one chapter of the National Society of the American Revolution which strives to preserve the heritage and history of the United States of America. This chapter meets on the first Monday of every month at the Wilderness Road Regional Museum, in Newbern, Virginia  at 1:00 p.m.  Membership is the Society is open to any female over eighteen years of age. Please contact Chapter Regent, Peggy Hemmings at 540-674-6125 if interested in being  member of DAR.