Wednesday, July 16, 2014

The Foundations of Citizenship

State Rep. Mark Painter, D-146th Dist., congratulates 
Tyisha Reddick, who was recognized by the DAR.
Blogger's Note: The following was provided by the Pottstown School District.

Recently, the Mahanatawny Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution recognized students for their excellence in citizenship. 

Tyisha Reddick, Pottstown High School Class of 2014, was chosen by faculty and peers for excelling in honor, patriotism, civic involvement, responsibility, and loyalty to others.

At a luncheon ceremony, she received certificates of recognition from State Representative Mark Painter along with a framed certificate award and pin from the DAR Chapter. 

Marlene Armato, DAR Officer, said Reddick was singled out for those qualities by a guidance counselor at Pottstown High School.

Reddick is an active member of the National Honor Society, lacrosse team, field hockey team, and peer mediation. 

Reddick was the Salutatorian of the class of 2014. 

 She plans to attend Penn State University this coming year.

“The foundation of a strong country is built upon the quality of leadership that guides the actions of our youth," Armato said. 

"We are proud to recognize student leaders like Miss Reddick who have demonstrated their understanding of their civic responsibilities and play an active role in supporting our community,” she said.

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