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Bitting, Gilbert receive Lower Dauphin High School Student of the Month honors

Posted 5/3/17

Lower Dauphin High School seniors Allison Bitting and Grace Gilbert recently were selected as Students of the Month for April.

Gilbert recently was recognized by the Rotary Club of Hummelstown. …

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Bitting, Gilbert receive Lower Dauphin High School Student of the Month honors

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Lower Dauphin High School seniors Allison Bitting and Grace Gilbert recently were selected as Students of the Month for April.

Gilbert recently was recognized by the Rotary Club of Hummelstown. The daughter of John and Susan Gilbert, she is an accomplished athlete, student and community member. In school, she is a four-year member and captain of the girls cross country team and is also a four-year member of the winter track and field team and the varsity track and field team in the spring.

She is a four-year member of the orchestra, where she plays violin and also played in the pit orchestra this year. She is an accomplished artist, receiving recognition in the Scholastic Art competition and is a three-year member and president of the National Art Honor Society.

She is also a three-year member of the Spanish Honor Society and is a two-year member of the National Honor Society, National English Honor Society and National Spanish Honor Society. In the community, she is a youth track coach and is involved in volunteer work at Good Samaritan Hospital.

She hopes to attend Lafayette College, Brown University or Moravian College and major in liberal arts.

Bitting was recognized by the Hummelstown Women’s Club. The daughter of David and Tracey Bitting, she is an outstanding athlete, student and community member. She is a four-year member and co-captain of the field hockey team and she is a four-year member of the girls lacrosse team. She is also a member of the yearbook staff, Student Council and the National Honor Society, National Science Honor Society, and Math Honor Society. She is a buddy with Special Olympics and is a counselor in Lower Dauphin’s outdoor education program.

In the community, she is very active in club field hockey and also coaches youth field hockey.

She will attend the University of Louisville, where she will continue her field hockey career and major in sports administration.