The Ardmore chapter of the Daughters of the Ameri­can Revolution recently con­ducted DAR Good Citizen programs and scholarship contests at local area high schools. Ardmore chapter member Vivan McCann is the committee chairman and is assisted by Janice Price.


The Ardmore chapter of the Daughters of the Ameri­can Revolution recently con­ducted DAR Good Citizen programs and scholarship contests at local area high schools. Ardmore chapter member Vivan McCann is the committee chairman and is assisted by Janice Price.

The DAR Good Citizen program and Scholarship Contest is intended to encour­age and reward the qualities of good citizenship.

The program is open to all senior-class students enrolled in accredited public or private secondary schools who are in good standing with their state boards of education.

Each area school’s DAR Good Citizen received a pin, certificate and wallet recogni­tion card. The Ardmore chap­ter announces Tess Lackey as the chapter DAR Good Citizens winner.

Lackey is a senior at Plain­view High School, secretary of the senior class, a member of Beta Club, a Blue Ribbon Scholar and on the superin­tendent’s honor roll.

She is the daughter of Paul and Sandy Lackey of Ardmore.

The student selected as the school’s DAR Good Citi­zen must have the quali­ties of dependability (which includes truthfulness, loy­alty and punctuality); service (which included cooperation, courtesy and consideration of others); leadership (which includes personality, self-con­trol and ability to assume responsibility); and patrio­tism (which incudes unself­ish interest in family, school, community and nation) to an outstanding degree.