Feb. 9, 2019

Prairie Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR) held its annual George Washington Honors and Awards Ceremony on Saturday, February 2, 2019.

Prairie Chapter Regent, Lucille Lambe and Pamela Lantz, Outstanding American History Teacher

Chapter Regent, Lucille Lamb, awarded Maryn White, Senior, Lee’s Summit West High School, Andrew Huggins, Senior, Lee’s Summit High School and Abby Castle, Senior, Lee’s Summit North High School DAR Good Citizen Award. The DAR Good Citizens are chosen by their school for their dependability, service, leadership, and patriotism.

Lee’s Summit Senior, Presley Davis, was honored as Prairie Chapter’s candidate for the Nash Music Scholarship. This Missouri State Society Daughters of the American Revolution (MSSDAR) Scholarship is available to any student who is pursuing a degree in music.The student must be an accomplished musician or planning to become a music educator.

Lee’s Summit High School senior, Anthony Hudson, was honored as the candidate for the MSSDAR JROTC (Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps) Scholarship. This scholarship is available to high school seniors participating in JROTC who demonstrate qualities of patriotism, leadership, and love of country and maintain a required GPA.

Chapter Regent Lamb also presented the Prairie Chapter’s Outstanding American History Teacher award to Lee’s Summit High School teacher, Pamela Lantz. The award honors notable, full-time teachers of American History who foster the spirit of patriotism and display the ability to relate history to modern life.

The Prairie Chapter NSDAR proudly extends congratulations to each of these deserving Individuals. For more information on Prairie Chapter NSDAR, please contact: prairieregistrar@kc.rr.com.