Mount Pleasant High School senior, Caroline Rose, was recently selected as the MPHS Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) Good Citizen. Out of eight high school entries into the local level, Rose has been selected to move on to the state level of competition. She was awarded a $500 scholarship, a certificate, and a pin from the DAR. The state winner will be announced in March and will represent the entire state of Texas at the national level of competition.
The Martha Laird Chapter of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution sponsors the DAR Good Citizen program in our area. The contest is designed to honor an outstanding young person in a high school’s senior class who demonstrates the four qualities of a DAR Good Citizen: Dependability, Service, Leadership, and Patriotism.
Rose has been accepted to Texas A&M University in College Station where she will major in Psychology. She is the daughter of Kevin and Tracie Rose.
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Kevin Rose, Tracie Rose, MPHS Principal Craig Bailey, Caroline Rose, and DAR representatives Mavis Brush and Lani Hightower