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Lower Dauphin's Lawn, Saufley honored as Students of the Month

Posted 1/17/18

Two Lower Dauphin High School seniors recently were honored by area service groups.

Emma Lawn was named Young Woman of the Month for December by the Hummelstown Women’s Club.

Emma is the …

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Lower Dauphin's Lawn, Saufley honored as Students of the Month

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Two Lower Dauphin High School seniors recently were honored by area service groups.

Emma Lawn was named Young Woman of the Month for December by the Hummelstown Women’s Club.

Emma is the daughter of John and Jonette Lawn. At the high school, she has participated with Mini-THON for all four years, serving on the family relations committee for three years (one as captain) and this year as one of the student executive directors. Emma is the student director for the Falcon Broadcast Channel, a post she’s held for three years. She is a three-year member of the girls volleyball team and also played lacrosse. She is a two-year member of the National English Honor Society, Volunteen and yearbook staff. She is also a member of the National Honor Society.

In the community, she is a two-year buddy with TOPSoccer and has held part-time jobs and an internship with Rare Love Photography.

She plans to attend college and major in communications with a minor in business.

Josh Saufley was named Young Student of the Month for December by the Rotary Club of Hummelstown.

Josh is the son of John and Colette Saufley. At the high school, he is an accomplished student-athlete, playing both basketball and baseball for four years. He is a three-year member of Class Council and the Mini-THON committee. He is a two year member of National Honor Society, Volunteen and the Young Republicans. He is also a member of the BIG group. He volunteers in the high school’s therapeutic autistic support class and is a buddy with Special Olympics. Josh is a counselor in Lower Dauphin’s outdoor education program.

In the community, he is active in his church and youth group.

He plans to attend a four-year college or university and major in education, marketing or public relations.