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Lower Dauphin's Cake and Miller receive monthly honors from area clubs

Posted 6/13/18

Two Lower Dauphin High School seniors recently were recognized with monthly awards.

Spencer Miller was named student of the month by the Rotary Club of Hummelstown.

Spencer, the son of Jill and …

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Lower Dauphin's Cake and Miller receive monthly honors from area clubs

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Two Lower Dauphin High School seniors recently were recognized with monthly awards.

Spencer Miller was named student of the month by the Rotary Club of Hummelstown.

Spencer, the son of Jill and Jeff Miller, is a four-year member of the tennis team. He is a three-year member of the National Honor Society and Science National Honor Society. He is a two-year member of the Ping Pong Club and the Mini-THON committee. He was named Mr. Mini-THON this spring after raising more than $4,000. He is a three-year member of the Meditation Club and the Philosophy Club.

He also participates in several academic competitions and is a three-year member of the Brain Busters team.

In the community he is active at his church and has participated in mission trips. He also studies martial arts.

He plans to attend the University of Pittsburgh and major in computer science.

Danielle Cake was named young woman of the month by the Hummelstown Women’s Club.

Danielle, the daughter of Jeff and Carrie Cake, is treasurer of the National Art Honor Society and a two-year member and serves in a leadership role in the Science National Honor Society where she also is a two-year member.

She has participated in Mini-THON for four years and as a senior she was a choreographer for the Mr. Mini-THON dance and was treasurer.

She is a two-year member of the National Honor Society and the Math National Honor Society. She is a three-year member of Volunteen and participated as a buddy with Special Olympics for three years.

In the community, she has volunteered in the summer at the Hershey Medical Center for five years. She has danced at the Hershey School of Dance for 14 years and volunteers as a dance teacher. She also has a part-time job.

She plans to attend the University of Pittsburgh and major in occupational therapy with a concentration in pediatrics.