LVC students are leaders Richardson earns scholarship Resident in Gettysburg production
Local students are serving in leadership roles at Lebanon Valley College.
Kimberly Holt of Denver is serving as vice president of Freedom Rings. Holt is a senior chemistry major.
Kirstin Lutz, also of Denver, is serving as vice president of Student Alumni Association and treasurer of Habitat for Humanity. Lutz is a sophomore business administration major.
Abigail Wise of Stevens is serving as secretary of student government. Wise is a senior art and art history major. Benjamin Richardson of Reinholds, a first-year student at Gettysburg College, was awarded a Presidential Scholarship by the College. The Presidential Scholarship goes to top-ranking applicants based upon their grade-point average, class rank and SAT or ACT scores. Warren Pace of Stevens, a first-year student at Gettysburg College, participated in the fall production of "Blood Wedding" at Gettysburg College.
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