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Lower Dauphin seniors Day and Kutz receive monthly honors

Posted 3/27/19

Two Lower Dauphin High School seniors recently received monthly honors.

Grace Day was named Young Woman of the Month for February by the Hummelstown Women’s Club.

Grace, the daughter of …

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Lower Dauphin seniors Day and Kutz receive monthly honors

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Two Lower Dauphin High School seniors recently received monthly honors.

Grace Day was named Young Woman of the Month for February by the Hummelstown Women’s Club.

Grace, the daughter of Steve and Michelle Day, was selected for her academic and athletic contributions to the high school. She is a four-year member of the girls basketball and volleyball teams.

She is a four-year member of the Mini-THON committee and is a captain this year. She is also a three-year member of National Honor Society and Class Council. Grace participates in Hershey Medical Center’s Health Career Exploration Program and is a buddy with Special Olympics.

She is active in her church. She also volunteers with LD youth girls basketball.

She will attend Lincoln Memorial University in Harrogate, Tennessee, and major in exercise science on a pre-professional track to become a physician assistant. She will play basketball.

Ryan Kutz was named Young Student of the Month for February by the Rotary Club of Hummelstown.

Ryan is the son of Eric and Meg Kutz. He is a four-year member of the football and baseball teams. He is a four-year member of Mini-THON and is a student executive director his senior year.

He is a three-year member of Class Council, National Science Honor Society and Volunteen and a two-year member of the National Honor Society.

He volunteers with Special Olympics and is the founder and president of Lower Dauphin’s Best Buddies chapter, which helps to bridge the gap between developmentally delayed students and their peers.

In the community, he participates in the TOPS soccer and Challenger baseball programs. He also plays baseball in the summers.

He has committed to play baseball at Davidson College in Davidson, North Carolina, where he will major in biology and attend medical school.