Students of the Month

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November 2014

Rachel Mummau & Matthew Ober

The Mount Joy Rotary Girl of the Month for November is Rachel Mummau, daughter of Arlen and Sheri Mummau of Mount Joy. Rachel is an active member of the varsity field hockey (9, 11, and 12) and varsity softball (9-12) teams. She is a member of the National Honor Society, President of both Student Council and the Varsity Club, Co-president of the FBLA Club, Vice President of the Class of 2015, Vice President of the Booster Club, and a member of the Donegal DEEP program.
Outside of school, Rachel has a passion for spending time with children. She volunteers at Schreiber Pediatrics where she is a swim buddy and has gained work experience through babysitting. In her down time, Rachel loves to listen to music and spend time with her family.
After high school, Rachel hopes to attend an esteemed undergraduate program majoring in business and continue by pursuing her MBA. Rachel would like to work for a large corporation where her leadership skills and business mind will be challenged daily.


The Mount Joy Rotary Boy of the Month for November is Matthew Ober, son of Matthew and Jamie Ober of Mount Joy. Matthew is a member of the High School Varsity Club. He is a great asset to Donegal’s Varsity Football and Baseball teams where he has served as their manager since freshman year.
Outside of school, Matthew is an active member at his church, Florin Church of the Brethren, where he participates in the youth group and volunteers with the summer camp. Matthew also enjoys hunting and other outdoor activities.
Matthew has gained work experience through his employment with Darrenkamp’s Market and the Corn Crib Market.
After high school, Matthew plans to attend either Millersville or Penn State Harrisburg for a four year degree. Although Matthew has not decided what area he will study as he leaves high school, his positive attitude and work ethic will allow him to be a great success in any area of study.