February 12, 2004
Three local students named DAR Good Citizens
From: Danville Advocate, KY - Feb 12, 2004
St. Asaph Chapter of Daughters of the American Revolution will recognize three 2004 DAR Good Citizens at 3 p.m. Friday at First Christian Church.
Zachary Andrew Coyle of Boyle County High School, Shatoniah Wray Miller of Danville High School, and Mickie Estelle Brunton of Kentucky School for the Deaf were selected to represent their schools because they demonstrate to an outstanding degree the qualities of dependability, service, leadership and patriotism.
Coyle ranks second in his class of 194. He is captain of the Quick Recall Team and co-captain of Future Problem Solving Team.
He has been recognized by the U.S. Achievement Academy and in in the 2001-2002 and 2002-2003 editions of Who's Who Among American High School Students.
He is a member of the Student Council, Beta Club, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Journalism Club, and serves as the Student Bank president of financial operations. He has worked as a file clerk at Stuart Powell Ford-Mazda since August 2002.
Coyle has been admitted as a pre-marketing student at the University of Kentucky with the goal of obtaining a master's degree in business administration. He also plans to obtain a degree in law.
Miller maintains a 3.6 grade point average. She has been a student council representative for three of her high school years.
During her senior year, she was elected homecoming queen and was named to the DHS Who's Who.
She is senior class president, Diversity Club president, and a peer mediator. She has been a valuable member of the basketball team and the track team and was named Most Valuable Runner at numerous meets.
She plans to attend college and major in physical therapy. She looks forward to participating in track and field at the college level as well.
Brunton has been president of her freshman, sophomore and senior classes, and president of Student Body Government. She attended Youth Leadership Camp for three years and was named Outstanding Participant and Miss Congeniality.
She has served as vice president and president of the Junior National Association of the Deaf and was named Miss Junior National Association of the Deaf and Miss Congeniality. She has participated in basketball and volleyball all four years and has served as captain of both the basketball and volleyball teams.
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