Thursday, November 26, 2020

Marco’s DAR Honors MICMS Patriotic Essay Winners

Three Charter Middle School Students won the annual Marco Island DAR  chapter’s patriotic essay contest. (LtoR) Language Arts teacher Bill Badger, 8th grader Brandon Johnson, DAR Regent Karen Lombardi, 7th grader Ittay Cisneros and 6th grader Kira Polley. SUBMITTED photo

Three Charter Middle School Students won the annual Marco Island DAR chapter’s patriotic essay contest. (LtoR) Language Arts teacher Bill Badger, 8th grader Brandon Johnson, DAR Regent Karen Lombardi, 7th grader Ittay Cisneros and 6th grader Kira Polley. SUBMITTED photo

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Marco Island Charter Middle School students were given the chance to compete in a patriotic essay contest sponsored by Marco Island’s Daughters of the American Revolution.

The three contest winners were honored at the chapter’s February 19th meeting at the Hideaway Beach Club. Language Arts teacher, Bill Badger, accompanied the students, Kirra Polley, Ittay Cisneros and Brandon Johnson.

The assignment was to write a 600 to 1,000 word essay entitled “A Child’s Journey Through Ellis Island.” The essay was supposed to be written as a child’s letter to a cousin describing his or her personal experience as an immigrant passing through Ellis Island. After reading their essays aloud to the group, the winning students each received a certificate and the DAR American History Medal.

The Marco Island Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution holds its monthly luncheon meetings at 10:30 AM on the third Thursday of each month. It welcomes potential members and members from other chapters who are living in or visiting the area. For more information, please call Karen Lombardi at 239-394-0028

 

 

 

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