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Good Citizen awards from the Pilot Rock Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR) were honored at a reception at St. Paul United Methodist Church in Cherokee, Iowa, on Sunday. From left, are: Jordan Bauer, of River Valley High School, Alicia Turnquist, of Alta-Aurelia, Megan Rae Loutsch, of MMCRU, and Addisyn Jensen, of Washington High School in Cherokee.

CHEROKEE, Iowa | The Pilot Rock Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution held the group's annual awards banquet on Sunday at St. Paul's United Methodist Church in Cherokee.

Award winners were as follows:

Dollie Morton, of Cherokee, and Deb Clark of both Quimby and Moville, earned NSDAR Community Service honors.

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Deb Clark, left, and Dollie Morton were honored with community service awards by the Pilot Rock Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution on Sunday in Cherokee, Iowa.

NSDAR Historical Preservation honors went to volunteers serving the Cherokee Archives and those with the Grand Meadow Heritage Center Board.

Tim Gallagher of the Sioux City Journal was tabbed for the media award.

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The Sioux City Journal's Tim Gallagher received the media award from Nancy Parrott, regent serving the Pilot Rock Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution in a reception on Sunday at St. Paul's United Methodist Church in Cherokee, Iowa.

And, the NSDAR Good Citizen awards went to: Alicia Turnquist of Alta-Aurelia, Megan Rae Loutsch of MMCRU, Jordan Bauer of River Valley, and Addisyn Jensen of Washington High School in Cherokee.

Loutsch's essay was tabbed as the best of the group and she shared it by reading aloud for those in attendance.

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