Delaware Today, for their April issue, has an article on the most influential Delaware youngsters under 20. The youngest of which is Capital School District’s own Chase Christiansen. The nine-year old was selected for the list due to his unwavering dedication to his role as the lieutenant for South Dover Elementary School’s School Safety Patrol. He started as a sergeant and is now a lieutenant!
Another Dover resident, Rosetta Pierce, was spotlighted for her quilting business. Even though her home burned down last year, Rosetta kept her quilting business going. She gives the quilts to a program called Kozy Kovers for Kids, a part of the Delaware Foster Program.
Also included in the list is Braeden Mannering, Exceptional Delaware’s 2015 Hero of the Year, for his 3B: Brae’s Brown Bags business.
Congratulations to our home-town heroes, Christiansen and Pierce, and the other 18 who are making a difference in Delaware!