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Lower Dauphin High School’s YMCA Youth and Government program excels in first year

Posted 6/20/18

In its inaugural year, Lower Dauphin High School’s YMCA Youth and Government students earned delegation of the year recognition.

The team earned that distinction for more than 300 hours of …

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Lower Dauphin High School’s YMCA Youth and Government program excels in first year

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In its inaugural year, Lower Dauphin High School’s YMCA Youth and Government students earned delegation of the year recognition.

The team earned that distinction for more than 300 hours of community service. They were also recognized as a premiere delegation because of their cooperation with the YMCA.

Individual accomplishments included Lizzy Scipione, who got her bill passed through both chambers and signed by the youth governor; Wulfgar Ramsey, who got his bill passed through both chambers and signed by the youth governor; Matt Little, who was selected as outstanding representative of the gold house; Jake Lauer and Shea Sarsfield, who were quarterfinalists in the judicial competition; Ramsey, who was selected to go to the conference of national affairs; Little, who was selected as an alternate for the conference of national affairs; and Lauer, who was selected as an alternate for the national judicial competition.

Also, the students ran into Gov. Tom Wolf on the Capitol grounds during the event in Harrisburg