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Five seniors selected as good citizens

The Mary Butler Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution met on Nov. 18 at the Gilford Community Church to honor this year’s Good Citizen winners: Joe Boles, Belmont High School; Emily Wernig, Gilford High School; John Findlay, Inter-Lakes High School; John Hammond, Laconia High School; and Clark Roberts, Winnisquam Regional High School. The five seniors were selected by vote of the faculty and senior class of each school for their qualities of service, dependability, leadership and patriotism. Each of the students is an excellent scholar and has a record of leadership in school clubs and athletics. The five winners have also contributed to their communities as volunteers on many occasions. Pictured are (from left) Rosalie Babiarz, regent of Mary Butler Chapter DAR; Boles; Wernig; Findlay; Hammond; and Judy Wilson, chairman of Mary Butler Chapter DAR Good Citizens. Roberts is not pictured.

The Mary Butler Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution met on Nov. 18 at the Gilford Community Church to honor this year’s Good Citizen winners: Joe Boles, Belmont High School; Emily Wernig, Gilford High School; John Findlay, Inter-Lakes High School; John Hammond, Laconia High School; and Clark Roberts, Winnisquam Regional High School. The five seniors were selected by vote of the faculty and senior class of each school for their qualities of service, dependability, leadership and patriotism. Each of the students is an excellent scholar and has a record of leadership in school clubs and athletics. The five winners have also contributed to their communities as volunteers on many occasions. Pictured are (from left) Rosalie Babiarz, regent of Mary Butler Chapter DAR; Boles; Wernig; Findlay; Hammond; and Judy Wilson, chairman of Mary Butler Chapter DAR Good Citizens. Roberts is not pictured.

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