From left, Suzie Haas, Marion Rose, Linda Hangsleben, Latrell Burns, Rhonda Leach and Jackie Biehl, administrator of First Baptist Academy. Latrell Burns, a senior at First Baptist Academy in O’Fallon, won the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) American History Essay Award from Looking Glass Prairie Chapter, NSDAR in O'Fallon on May 3. Burns’ history topic is “Columbus and Lindbergh: A Journey Across the Atlantic” he was presented by the chapter a DAR certificate, $100 prize and a journal with a pen.
From left, Suzie Haas, Marion Rose, Linda Hangsleben, Latrell Burns, Rhonda Leach and Jackie Biehl, administrator of First Baptist Academy. Latrell Burns, a senior at First Baptist Academy in O’Fallon, won the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) American History Essay Award from Looking Glass Prairie Chapter, NSDAR in O'Fallon on May 3. Burns’ history topic is “Columbus and Lindbergh: A Journey Across the Atlantic” he was presented by the chapter a DAR certificate, $100 prize and a journal with a pen. Courtesy photo
From left, Suzie Haas, Marion Rose, Linda Hangsleben, Latrell Burns, Rhonda Leach and Jackie Biehl, administrator of First Baptist Academy. Latrell Burns, a senior at First Baptist Academy in O’Fallon, won the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) American History Essay Award from Looking Glass Prairie Chapter, NSDAR in O'Fallon on May 3. Burns’ history topic is “Columbus and Lindbergh: A Journey Across the Atlantic” he was presented by the chapter a DAR certificate, $100 prize and a journal with a pen. Courtesy photo