Lauren Flower Honored by Daughters of the American Revolution

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Greenville, S.C. (June 17, 2020) – Lauren Flower, a junior majoring in humanities at Bob Jones University, was recently recognized by the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) for “Outstanding Work in American History.”

Flower, a resident of Greenville, received the award from the Behethland Butler Chapter of the DAR. In addition to an award certificate, the group presented Flower with a letter opener made from a pattern by the American Revolutionary hero Paul Revere.

Flower received the award for the work she did on her paper, “The Expansion of Emergency Housing Services of Miracle Hill Ministries, Greenville, South Carolina.”

“Lauren did an admirable job telling the story of the tremendous work Miracle Hill Ministries has done to provide for vulnerable people in the Upstate,” said Dr. Brenda Schoolfield, BJU Division of History, Government, & Social Science chair.

Flower plans to finish her degree in humanities in May 2021.

Lauren Flower receives the Daughters of the American Revolution American History award, June 12, 2020. (Derek Eckenroth)