People You Know, Oct. 3, 2016



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Alvernia University: April Kump, of Hanover, received a Real World Experience Award to take part in a program with the Department of Small and Local Business Development.

Shrewsbury Flower Show: Winners of the 65th annual event, Bon Appetit, held Aug. 27-28, at Shrewsbury Assembly of God are:

Best of show, various categories: Kathy Wallace, Inera Ebert, Debbie Lynch; Kim Martin (and People's Choice Award); Lida Thompson; Sarah Richardson; Sharon Hartenstein (and People's Choice awards); Gail Sechrist (and sweepstakes winner); Roxanne Sharkey; and Nancy Bowings.

Photo contest: Tess Beckett, best of show and youth winner, and Carla Markley, adult winner.


Stevenson University: James Bishoff, of Glen Rock; Andrew Garver, of Glenville; Kristen Cassetta, Burk Kane, Brady Knouse, Zachary Lee, Samantha Smith and Scott White, all of Hanover; Alexander Bitzer, of Mount Wolf; Shayne Stockslager, of New Freedom; Cody Maddox, of Spring Grove; Nathaniel Ellis and Franco Rossi, both of Stewartstown; and Karley Andrews, Camille Banta, LaDena Eames, Holli Eppley, Rebecca Gruver, Alicia Hasenfuss, Courtney Sheckells and Alexis Young, all of York.


Bob Jones University: Levi Myers, of Dover, has been named to the University Singers, its largest choral organization.

Dillsburg Area Foundation: Emily Fanton, of the Dillsburg area, received a $1,000 Melvin J. and Alice Gayle Reeder Scholarship.

James Madison University: Rachel Napierskie, of Dover, has been named a flute-section member of the 2016 Marching Royal Dukes band.

Lebanon Valley College: Steven Salcedo, of York, is participating in the Mosiac Mentor program for the 2016-2017 academic year.

Pennsylvania College of Technology: Among the 19 students named presidential student ambassadors for the 2016-17 academic year are Morgan N. Keyser, of Dillsburg, and Lindsey A. King, of Hanover.

Susquehanna University: Alexis Aument, of Thomasville, and Michael Doran, of York, were elected to the Student Government Association and Austin Grubb, of Hanover, and Shelby McGuigan, of Mount Wolf, were named university scholars.

Susquehanna University: Shelby McGuigan, of Mount Wolf, has been named to the cheerleading squad and Matthew Dickson, of Hanover, was named to the stadium band.

University of the Sciences: Michael Fox, of Windsor, received a white coat on Sept. 17 for the third year of a six-year pharmacy program.

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