2007-01-18 / Front Page

McGill presented with DAR Good Citizenship Award

LCHS senior Allison McGill was presented with the Kettle Creek Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution's (DAR) Good Citizen Award in the school's media center on Friday, January 5. Pictured with McGill are Kathy Dinnewith (l), the chapter's Good Citizen Award chairman, and Joanne Pollock, DAR regent. LCHS senior Allison McGill was presented with the Kettle Creek Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution's (DAR) Good Citizen Award in the school's media center on Friday, January 5. Pictured with McGill are Kathy Dinnewith (l), the chapter's Good Citizen Award chairman, and Joanne Pollock, DAR regent. Allison McGill, a senior at LCHS, is this year's recipient of the Kettle Creek Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution's (DAR) Good Citizen Award.

The award was presented to McGill on Friday, January 5, in the school's media center by Joanne Pollock, DAR regent, and Kathy Dinnewith, the chapter's Good Citizen Award chairman.

According to Dinnewith, "Each fall, the Kettle Creek Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution presents the Good Citizen Award to the high school senior who best exemplifies outstanding qualities of leadership, dependability, service, and patriotism in the home, school, and community."

The daughter of Georgia and A.C. McGill, McGill has been in the top 10 percent of her class throughout high school. She has likewise been a member of the student council, the Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA), and the Senior Beta Club for the past four years.

She currently serves as secretary of the senior class, co-vice president of the FCA, and as an editor of the school yearbook.

McGill was also a class representative on the Homecoming Court both her freshman and senior years.

In addition to her school commitments, McGill is active in serving the community through her youth group at Double Branches Baptist Church and works part time at Commercial Insurance Services, Inc.

As far as the future is concerned, McGill plans to attend Augusta State University and then the Medical College of Georgia to pursue a career in nursing.

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