Sea Pines Montessori Academy students, from left, Martha Collins, Grace Vanderslice, Annika Dogger and Lexi McKinney were four of 17 local students recognized by the Captain William Hilton Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution National Society for their Good Citizenship or essays on “Life as a Child During the Revolutionary War.â€
Sea Pines Montessori Academy students, from left, Martha Collins, Grace Vanderslice, Annika Dogger and Lexi McKinney were four of 17 local students recognized by the Captain William Hilton Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution National Society for their Good Citizenship or essays on “Life as a Child During the Revolutionary War.†Submitted photo
Sea Pines Montessori Academy students, from left, Martha Collins, Grace Vanderslice, Annika Dogger and Lexi McKinney were four of 17 local students recognized by the Captain William Hilton Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution National Society for their Good Citizenship or essays on “Life as a Child During the Revolutionary War.†Submitted photo

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