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Sharrow, Ferguson receive Lower Dauphin Student of the Month honors

Posted 12/11/19

Two Lower Dauphin High School seniors recently received monthly honors from area organizations

Aidan Ferguson is the Hummelstown Rotary Club’s Student of the Month for October.

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Sharrow, Ferguson receive Lower Dauphin Student of the Month honors

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Two Lower Dauphin High School seniors recently received monthly honors from area organizations

Aidan Ferguson is the Hummelstown Rotary Club’s Student of the Month for October.

Aidan, the son of Sean and Leah Ferguson Singh, is a four-year member of the orchestra where he is first violin, and he also has participated in the choir program for four years, this year as a singer in the Chamber Singers and Men’s A Capella.

He recently participated at the all-national honor choir festival and was a member of the all-eastern honor choir and state honor choir last year. He has participated in the musical for four years, either in pit orchestra or on stage.

He is a four-year member of the Gay Straight Alliance and a two-year member of the National English Honor Society, National Science Honor Society and National Honor Society. He is a four-year member of the Tri-M Music Honor Society and a two-year member of Believers in the Gospel.

In the community, he plays with the Harrisburg Youth Symphony and in the Hershey Festival of Strings. He also sings in the adult choir at St. Patrick’s Cathedral. In the summer, he attended the Susquehanna College Choral Camp and the Elizabethtown College Strings Camp.

He hopes to attend Boston University, George Washington University or American University to major in anthropology/psychology or music.

Olivia Sharrow was named the Hummelstown Women’s Club’s Young Woman of the Month for October.

The daughter of Yvonne and Scott Sharrow, she is a four-year member and president of both the French National Honor Society and the National Honor Society. She is the co-founder and president of the Connections Club.

She is a four-year member of Students Against Destructive Decisions and also is a member of Ski Club and Mini-THON. She participates in the Health Careers Exploration Program at the Hershey Medical Center.

In the community, she just ended her reign as Miss Hummelstown. She also participates in LD Communities That Care’s Club Ophelia program as a mentor, interns with the Hummelstown Area Historical Society, and volunteers with East Hanover Township.

She plans to major in nursing and attend Penn State University with the goal of becoming a registered nurse.