The topic was the 100th Anniversary (1620-2020) of the Landing of the Mayflower: Rise and Shine for New Opportunities in a New Land.
St. Asaph’s 1st Place Junior American Citizens from Danville Christian Academy are John Paul Oliver and Cole Dadisman (absent Brycen Montgomery). All three boys won first place at the state level, and placed at the East Central Division level for their art entries. -Photo submitted
St. Asaph’s Chi Rho winners take 1st Place at the state and/or East Central Division in the Junior American Citizen Art and Poetry Contests. Winning students from Chi Rho Classical Academy are: Jakob Napierkowki, Kali-Bray Bartman, George Kelly, Aoife Kelly, Keene Wilson (absent), Deirdre Kelly, Greta Feistritzer, Mac Feistritzer, Colton Huff (absent), Brigid Kelly, Mitchell Wilson, Stella Feistritzer, Kylee Huff (absent), and Janice Bohannon, JAC Chair of St. Asaph Chapter DAR, who was presenting the awards. -Photo submitted
National winners in the Junior American Citizen DAR Art and Poetry contests from Chi Rho Classocal Academy are shown with their teachers Sarah Wilson and Lisa Chappell: Deirdre Kelly, Greta Feistritzer, Brigid Kelly, and Mitchell Wilson. -Photo submitted