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Groups give recognition to Lower Dauphin High School's Snyder and Schaefer

Posted 10/24/18

Two Lower Dauphin seniors recently received September honors.

Jacob Snyder is Young Student of the Month for the Rotary Club of Hummelstown.

Jacob is the son of Gail and Rahn Snyder. He is …

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Groups give recognition to Lower Dauphin High School's Snyder and Schaefer

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Two Lower Dauphin seniors recently received September honors.

Jacob Snyder is Young Student of the Month for the Rotary Club of Hummelstown.

Jacob is the son of Gail and Rahn Snyder. He is class president and a four-year member of Class Council. He is a three-year member of the National Honor Society, National Art Honor Society (vice president), National Science Honor Society, and Math Honor Society. He is a two-year member of the German Honor Society and a three-year member of Student Council where he serves as treasurer. Jacob is also a four-year member of the boys swim team.

He is active in his church and serves as a Sunday School teacher assistant. He volunteers with the Hummelstown Arts Festival and Hummelstown Food Pantry.

He plans to attend the University of Pennsylvania or Penn State University and major in biology and minor in art. His plans to become a marine biologist or veterinarian.

Jamison Schaefer is Young Woman of the Month for the Hummelstown Women’s Club.

She is the daughter of Sean and Lori Schaefer. She is a team captain and four-year member of the girls soccer and softball teams and she played girls basketball for two years. She is a four-year member and executive director for the Mini-THON. She is a three-year member of the National Honor Society. She was a two-year member of the yearbook staff and was an assistant editor. She served on Volunteen and Class Council for two years.

She works at Hershey Country Club and has helped with the Lower Dauphin’s Jump Start summer program for incoming kindergarten students.

She wants to work in the physical therapy field, and she plans to attend a four-year university to major in exercise science, rehabilitation sciences or kinesiology.