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The Halifax Resolves Chapter recognized their Knight Essay winner and six honorable mention submissions recently.

Maddie Hart of Nash Central High School was the chapter winner for her essay Activist Without Acclaim which detailed Joseph Warren’s contributions to the American Revolution.  

For her product Maddie received a neck ribbon, a certificate, and a check from the Halifax Resolves Chapter.  

Honorable mention certificates were given to two students from Nash Central High School — Josh Eason for Marquis de Lafayette: The Hero of Two Worlds, and Christian Garganus for The Culper Spy Ring.

The four honorable mention students were from Faith Christian School —  Molly Morningstar for War to Revolution and Everything In Between, Josh Parker for The British and the Bill of Rights, Addison Rich for Unlikely Heroes of the American Revolution, and Payton Trevathan for Sons and Daughters of Liberty.