Cadron Post Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, has named recipients in its DAR Good Citizens program in Faulkner County high schools.

Candidates are chosen on the basis of dependability, service, leadership and patriotism. Each candidate receives a lapel pin, wallet card and certificate designating him or her as the DAR Good Citizen of his or her school. They are then eligible to enter an essay contest for a scholarship.

Carol Rolf of Conway, chapter regent and co-chairman with Suzann Waggoner of Mount Vernon, vice regent, of the Cadron Post Chapter’s Good Citizens program, said the winner of the scholarship competition should be announced by the end of December.

The chapter winner will receive a $100 cash award and advance to district competition.

DAR Good Citizens are:

• Emily Bradley, daughter of Mark and Renee Bradley of Conway, representing Conway High School.

• Savannah Marie Covington, daughter of George and Brandi Covington, representing St. Joseph Catholic High School.

• Treslyn Paige Fletcher, daughter of James and Trissa Fletcher of Greenbrier, representing Greenbrier High School.

• Stephanie King, daughter of Alan and Dianna King of Conway, representing Vilonia High School.

• Shelby Shelton, daughter of Greg and Laura Shelton of Conway, representing Conway Christian High School.

• Marinna Danielle Thomas, daughter of Jimmy and Rita Thomas of Mount Vernon, representing Mount Vernon-Enola High School.