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Maya Hough honored by DAR

Jacqueline Perry of the Whidbey Island Daughters of the American Revolution, second from left, stands with South Whidbey High School senior Maya Hough and her parents Andy Hough, left, and Sheena Hough, far right. - Photo courtesy of DAR
Jacqueline Perry of the Whidbey Island Daughters of the American Revolution, second from left, stands with South Whidbey High School senior Maya Hough and her parents Andy Hough, left, and Sheena Hough, far right.
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Jacqueline Perry of the Whidbey Island Daughters of the American Revolution was awarded the organization’s Good Citizen Award and a $100 scholarship. Hough is the current president of the school’s student body and has a long resumé of service to the school. She also is a four-year letterman on the cheer squad and tennis team.

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