James K. Polk DAR Shines The Light On Outstanding Mena Students

The James K Polk Chapter NSDAR drove more than 300 miles in two days to six school districts in Polk and Montgomery Counties  to deliver Constitution booklets for middle school and high school American History  classes. They also gave each of the eleven teachers a folder of supplemental work containing U.S. Constitution Week materials that the teachers could use during  student constitution study.

On November 1, the James K. Polk Chapter visited with Tommy Johnson and his classes at the Mena Middle School. Shelly Collins and Cortez Copher viewed students posters entered in the U.S. Constitution Poster Contest  and watched students playing  the "Constitution Quest" game given to the school last year by the DAR.  Winning Students of the contest received Mena Middle School Shirts from DAR Regent, Cortez Copher.

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