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Lower Dauphin’s Bertovic and Dillon receive monthly honors

Posted 4/4/18

Two Lower Dauphin High School seniors recently were selected for monthly honors.

Shontonel Dillon was named young woman of the month for February by the Hummelstown Women’s …

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Lower Dauphin’s Bertovic and Dillon receive monthly honors

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Two Lower Dauphin High School seniors recently were selected for monthly honors.

Shontonel Dillon was named young woman of the month for February by the Hummelstown Women’s Club.

Shontonel is the daughter of Rachel and Shontony Dillon. She is an accomplished musician and student. She is a four-year marching band member, serving two years as drum major, as well as a four-year member of the concert band.

She played saxophone with the U.S. Jazz Ambassadors and the Lebanon Valley College Honors Band. She is a four-year member of the choral program, performing her senior year with the Chamber Singers. She also participated in girls lacrosse.

In the community, she is active in her church’s youth group and worship team. She has held a part-time job since eighth grade.

She plans to attend college and major in music education with a minor or double-major in vocal performance.

Phillip Bertovic was named young student of the month for February by the Rotary Club of Hummelstown.

Phillip is the son of Celina and Vladimir Bertovic. He transferred to Lower Dauphin from Bishop McDevitt High School to avail himself of greater course offerings in engineering. At Lower Dauphin, he is a two-year member of the National Honor Society, Volunteen, Science Olympiad, Mini-THON and Spanish National Honor Society. He is also a member of the Young Republicans and serves as historian.

Phillip participated in cross country and track and field. In his junior year he was involved with the Chick-fil-A Leader Academy and attended Rotary’s youth leadership camp in the summer.

 In the community, he is active with his church. He runs his own landscaping business and is an office assistant/website manager for Reliance Therapy LLC.

He hopes to attend college as an Army or Navy ROTC student and major in electrical engineering with the goal of serving in the military and then transitioning to civilian life as an electrical engineer.