Emma Keener

Emma Keener

Emma is the daughter of Joe and Jen Keener of Elizabethtown.

During her academic journey, Emma attained membership in the esteemed T.H. Ebersole Chapter of the National Honor Society, embodying its core tenets of scholarship, character, leadership, and service. At the underclass awards program, Emma's achievements were recognized by the high school faculty with academic excellence awards in biology and Algebra II. Moreover, she was honored with the prestigious Academic Leadership Award during the ceremony.

Beyond academics, Emma excels as a musician, serving as the first violinist in the orchestra and the second violinist in the pit orchestra. She also undertakes an internship in the middle and high school orchestra department. Emma showcases her leadership abilities in various school programs, holding positions such as overall student leader for Mini-THON, mentor for Jump Start, and mentor for the National Honor Society. Additionally, she is a team member with the high school's Unified Bocce Team.

Actively engaged in community service, Emma works at Udder Bliss Creamery in Elizabethtown and is a devoted member of the Elizabethtown Mennonite Church. Within the church, she leads the worship team and volunteers for the Lunch in the Park program.

Looking ahead, Emma aspires to pursue a degree in Child and Family Studies at Albright College, with the ultimate goal of becoming a Child Life Specialist.


Ian Brosey

Ian Brosey

Ian resides with John Wanczyk and Selina Boyer of Elizabethtown.

Ian is a versatile athlete, participating in two sports at the high school level. He holds the role of captain within the football team and contributes as a member of the Unified Bocce Program.

Ian's dedication to serving others shines through his impactful contributions to the school community. His efforts were honored with the Elizabethtown Area Communities That Care Do The Right Thing award, acknowledging his commitment to making a positive difference, even when no one is watching. Furthermore, Ian showcases leadership within the Paws and Think Club and fulfills the role of a student ambassador at the high school.

Outside of his school commitments, Ian works at The Spot Hometown Deli in Elizabethtown.

As he looks ahead, Ian plans to pursue a post-secondary degree in special education.