Denver-Ephrata Area Rotary
Cocalico High School senior Clay Weaver was recognized as the April Student of the Month by the Denver-Ephrata Area Rotary Club.
Clay is a member of the football and lacrosse teams. He received the Cocalico football Rudy Award as well as a scholarship to the University of the Cumberlands, where he plans to major in criminal justice.
Elizabethtown Area Rotary
Elizabethtown Area High School seniors Brooke Nicodemus and Logan Vogelsong were Rotary Club of Elizabethtown Students of the Month for December.
A member of National Honor Society, Brooke is involved in Key Club, Bible Club, and does volunteer work through both organizations. She is also involved in Roots and Shoots. She is a member of the cross country, swimming, and track and field teams.
Logan, also a member of NHS, has served as percussion leader for the band and performed with the Lancaster-Lebanon Music Educators Association Band.
He is president of the Science Club. As a member of the mathematics and computer programming competition team, he has represented the high school at the Dickinson College Interscholastic Math Competition and at the Bloomsburg University Computer Programming Competition. Logan is a chemistry and calculus tutor.
He is involved in DeMolay of Elizabethtown, performs with the Hershey Symphony and Bainbridge Community Band, and volunteers at Masonic Village.
Lancaster South Rotary
Lampeter-Strasburg High School senior Thomas Shockey and Solanco High School junior Ryan Weaver were named Lancaster South Rotary Club Students of the Month for May.
Thomas is senior class president, Mini-THON treasurer, a High School Hero, and a member of the varsity baseball and cross country teams. He was named a Lancaster-Lebanon League Scholar Athlete in 2018. Thomas has been a consistent honor roll performer and in 2018 was named Pioneer of the Year by the Lampeter-Strasburg community. He was a December Pioneer Superlative.
He is employed by Max’s Eatery and is a lifeguard at DoubleTree Resort. He volunteers at L-S youth baseball camps.
Ryan is a member of the marching, concert, jazz and pep bands as well as pit orchestra. He serves as a section leader in the Solanco Ensembles. A trombone player, he has been a multiyear participant in the LLMEA Band Festival. He is also a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.
He works part time at Quarryville Presbyterian Retirement Community.
Manheim Rotary, Woman’s Club
Cade Zeamer and Mallory Sunderland were named May Seniors of the Month at Manheim Central High School. The Rotary Club of Manheim honored the students at a meeting last month; the Manheim Woman’s Club will recognize Mallory at an end-of-the-school-year dinner.
Cade was a Manheim Central wrestler for four years. He has been involved in the Interact Club, through which he serves the community. He is a Project Purple member and a Baron Nation leader.
He helps to coach the Mat Club, is involved in Outreach International, and attends LCBC Manheim Church.
Cade has worked summers in general maintenance for Utility Keystone and on the cleanup crew for Manheim Supply
Mallory is active in cross country and track.
She is a member of Spanish Honors and English Honors societies and is involved in Spanish Club.
She enjoys running, reading and dog training.
Mallory works at the Caine Country Club and dogsits in her neighborhood.
Millersville Lioness Club
The Millersville Lioness Club held a “Cinderella’s Closet” earlier this year for Penn Manor High School students looking for prom gowns, jewelry, corsages and makeup samples. All special-occasion items were donated by club members, businesses and other community members. Lioness President Phyllis Ream organized the event; together, club members collected hundreds of gowns and jewelry pieces. Those with sewing expertise provided dress alterations. The club also donated 10 prom tickets. Its next event, which allows girls to reuse beautiful gowns rarely worn, is planned for September, in advance of homecoming.