Sons of American Revolution presents Public Service Awards

Brendan Jackson Gibson, left, Reginald Long, Kate McDaniel, Cpl. Charles Parker, Clare Newcomer, Daniel Whitney and Scott Wooten recently were awarded Public Service Awards by the Athens chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution. (Special photo)

The Athens chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution recently held its annual George Washington birthday celebration and its youth and public service awards presentation.

Youth awards included an Eagle Scout Scholarship, which was given to Brendan Jackson Gibson, and a Knight Essay Contest winner, which was given to Reginald Long.

Public Service Awards were presented to Cpl. Charles E. Parker of the Georgia State Patrol, who received the Law Enforcement Commendation Medal; Scott Wooten, a National EMS paramedic who received the Emergency Medical Service Commendation Medal; Kate McDaniel, who received the Bronze Good Citizen Medal, Clare Newcomer, who received the SAR Medal of Appreciation for service to veterans and Daniel Whitney of the Athens-Clarke County Police Department, who received the Heroism Medal for his actions in pulling an injured motorist from his burning vehicle.


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