Local teen receives Bronze Good Citizenship Medal


Tom Gorin, president of the Captain Matthew Mead Branch, Connecticut Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, awarded the Bronze Good Citizenship Medal and Certificate to Greenwich High School junior Jason Wisner Bacon for outstanding community service.

At its recent 84th annual meeting at Indian Harbor Yacht Club, the local chapter of the Connecticut Society of the Sons of the American Revolution (SAR) recognized a local teen, Jason Bacon, for his outstanding community service.

Jason, a Greenwich High School junior, was awarded the Bronze Good Citizenship Medal which recognizes persons whose achievements are noteworthy in their school, community or state. He was selected as an outstanding high school junior for his various community activities over the years, particularly for his efforts on the Greenwich Wreaths Across America ceremony, and also for work placing flags at local cemeteries on Memorial and Veterans days.

He is an honorary president of the Mary Bush Chapter of the Connecticut Society of the Children of the American Revolution (CAR). Under his term as president, the society has made numerous strides, including increasing its membership and collecting over $4,000 and materials which were donated to the victims of Hurricane Sandy.

Jason is also the current Connecticut CAR state president, where his cause this year is supporting the Fidelco Guide Dog Foundation in Bloomfield, which trains seeing-eye dogs for blind veterans.

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