The Denver Lions Club recognized Cocalico High School seniors Taylor Hornberger and Zoe Smith as October and November Students of the Month, respectively,

Taylor plays soccer and lacrosse. She is a member of student government and the National Honor Society. She volunteers at Delaware Valley Golden Retriever Rescue, Water Street Rescue Mission and Friendship Heart Gallery. She has won several Student of the Month honors at Cocalico.

Zoe, president of the Tri-M Music Honor Society, is also a member of NHS, in which she serves as secretary. She participates in Quiz Bowl, Mock Trial and in marching band as drum major. She is involved in choir, and belongs to Newspaper Club, Gay Straight Alliance and Model United Nations. She attended Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership and Rotary Youth Leadership Awards camps as well as Pennsylvania Governor’s School. She received the Model U.N. Consensus Award.

Elizabethtown Rotary

Elizabethtown Area High School seniors Katherine Kimbark and Sean Brown were named Rotary Club of Elizabethtown Students of the Month for January.

Katherine is a member of NHS and is involved in Key Club and Mind and Body Club, the latter of which she is co-founder and co-president. She also participated in Mini-THON and Peer Tutoring. She is captain of the volleyball team and a member of the track and field team. She is a volunteer with Susquehanna Stage Co. and Toys For Tots.

Sean is a National Merit Scholarship semifinalist, a member of NHS and an Advanced Placement scholar. A musician, Sean has been named to the Pennsylvania Music Educators Association district and regional orchestras as well as the Lancaster-Lebanon Music Educators Association Orchestra. He is a member of the Hershey Symphony Orchestra. He placed first in both the Hershey Symphony and Allegro Orchestra of Lancaster young artists competitions.

He is involved in the Libertarian Party of Lancaster County, serving as its secretary and newsletter editor-in-chief.

Lancaster South Rotary

Penn Manor High School seniors Ryan Glenn and Gabby Bitts were named Rotary Club of Lancaster South Students of the Month for December.

Ryan, a consistent honor roll performer, is a member of NHS and the Science National Honor Society. He is a member of the Rocket Club and Mock Trial team. He has also been a multiyear member of the varsity baseball and basketball teams. As a junior, he was chosen as a Second Team Section 1 All-Star in baseball. He is active in his church youth group.

Gabby has been consistently named to the honor roll. She is a member of NHS and Fellowship of Christian Athletes. She is member of her church worship band.

A four-year varsity starter for the field hockey team, she was selected as a first team Lancaster-Lebanon League Section 1 and Lancaster-Lebanon League All-Star four times. She was also a four-time first team All Pennsylvania selection. She earned Second Team All Region honors, and was chosen to the National Academic Squad. listed her as the 53rd-ranked Class of 2019 women’s high school field hockey player in the United States. She played on the 2017 Penn Manor state championship team that was ranked No. 1 in the nation.

Lancaster Sunrise Rotary

The Lancaster Sunrise Rotary Club recognized Manheim Township High School seniors Hoa Bui and Olivia Sterenfeld as Students of the Month for November.

Hoa’s favorite subjects are chemistry and economics.

He participates in varsity track and field; he is a member of NHS and president of the school Interact Club.

Hoa completed the student volunteer program at Lancaster General Hospital, and volunteers at the North Museum of Nature and Science. He is an altar server at St. Anne Catholic Church.

Olivia’s favorite subjects are English and history. She is involved in tennis, Mock Trial, Model U.N. and the Student Awareness philanthropic club. She edits the student news publication, Blue Streak News Online. She also tutors students in English as a second language.

— The club also recognized Shariyah Etienne and Michael Vogt as Manheim Township Middle School Students of the Month for November and December, respectively.

A seventh-grader, Shariyah enjoys English and German studies. She participates in vocal ensemble and chorus, and is learning American Sign Language. She has made first honor roll every marking period.

Michael, an eighth-grader, counts language arts, social studies and math as his favorite subjects. He participates in cross country and track and field.

Michael enjoys writing, playing the piano and First Tech Challenge, and was state champion of the 2017 Math 24 Challenge Tournament.