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McQuinn, Klingensmith of LDHS recognized as Students of the Month

Posted 1/22/20

Two Lower Dauphin High School seniors recently were recognized.

Ryan Klingensmith is the Hummelstown Rotary Club’s Student of the Month for November.

The daughter of Jenn and Don …

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McQuinn, Klingensmith of LDHS recognized as Students of the Month

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Two Lower Dauphin High School seniors recently were recognized.

Ryan Klingensmith is the Hummelstown Rotary Club’s Student of the Month for November.

The daughter of Jenn and Don Klingensmith, she is a captain and a four-year member of the girls soccer team and track and field team. She is also a captain and four-year member of the winter track team. She is president and a four-year member of the Volunteen Club, and she is an executive with the Best Buddies group. She is a two-year member and secretary of the National English Honor Society and is a two-year member of the National Science Honor Society, yearbook staff and Mini-THON.

She also participated in Chick-fil-A Leadership Academy and was a member of the Spanish National Honor Society.

In the community, she coaches in a recreational soccer league. She volunteers with LD Communities That Care as a Study Buddy for the past three years. She also was a student intern at South Hanover Elementary School in a speech therapy class.

She plans to attend Temple University and major in speech language hearing science.

Emma McQuinn was recently named the Hummelstown Women’s Club’s Young Woman of the Month for November.

The daughter of Scott and Mary McQuinn, she is a talented student, leader and musician.

She is a class president and a four-year member of Class Council. Emma is a four-year member of the Tri-M Music Honor Society and is president. She serves on the school board as a student representative for the senior class. She is a member of the Chamber Singers and has been a choir member for four years.

She is active on the Lower Dauphin stage for three years and will be the lead in this spring’s musical “Legally Blonde.”

She participates in Youth and Government Club and is president of the judicial branch. She is a three-year member of the Latin National Honor Society and a two-year member of the National Honor Society, National Science Honor Society and National English Honor Society.

In the community, she worked as an intern for two summers at the Penn State Hershey Melanoma and Skin Cancer Institute in the lab and was a paid intern at Carlisle Dermatology Group. She is also active in her church’s praise band.

Emma plans to attend Penn State University and then move on to medical school with a goal of being a dermatologist.