The Arkadelphia Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution presented student Good Citizen awards to five seniors from area high schools at a chapter meeting and tea on Tuesday, Nov. 14, at the Clark County Historical Museum.

The Arkadelphia Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution presented student Good Citizen awards to five seniors from area high schools at a chapter meeting and tea on Tuesday, Nov. 14, at the Clark County Historical Museum.
The Good Citizens and their schools are: Khennedy Brunson; Arkadelphia High, Phillip Heck; Bismarck High, Lauren Rogers; Centerpoint High, Daniel Moreno-Garcia; Gurdon High and Mikayla Buck; Ouachita High.
High school faculty members and students chose each school’s Good Citizen by vote. Selection was based on leadership, dependability, service and patriotism. Each winner received a pin and certificate from the Arkadelphia chapter.
• Brunson is the daughter of Sharon and Karen Ford. She serves as president of the senior class and District 5 president of FCCLA. She is a member of the band and color guard and was named 2017 Homecoming Queen at AHS.
• Heck is a member of the Bismarck High football team, the Beta Club and EAST. He volunteers with the Lake Hamilton Fire Department. His parents are Bill and Julie Heck.
• Rogers is a cheerleader and a member of the softball team, Beta Club and yearbook staff. She is the daughter of Cary and Kim Rogers.
• Moreno-Garcia serves as captain of the Gurdon High Go-Devils. He is the son of Miguel and Claudia Moreno-Garcia and has enlisted in the U.S. Marines.
• Buck is the daughter of Wanda and Paul Buck. She serves on the school yearbook staff and is a member of the Beta Club, the cross country track team and the school council.