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Linden Hall Happenings

Linden Hall graduated the largest class in its 273-year history on Friday, May 24, as 54 girls received their diplomas in a morning ceremony at the Lititz Moravian Church.

The Valedictorian was Elaine Li of Beijing, China, and the Salutatorian was Tahrington Phillips of Wrightsville, who also received the Linden Hall Medal at Commencement. Elaine will attend Barnard College of Columbia University in the fall. Tahrington will attend Washington & Lee University, where she was awarded the Johnson Scholarship.

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This spring, four Linden Hall students have participated on Warwick High School's sports teams through the co-op program. Three of these students joined the Track and Field Team: Kierstyn Stevens, a senior from Mohnton; Jessica Payne, a junior from Manheim Township; and Te-ójah Dennison Morgan, a sophomore from Lancaster. Kierstyn competed in hurdles and Te-ójah participated in the sprinting events, while Jessica did all three throwing events. Kelsey Clotfelter, a freshman from Mickleton, N.J., played on the JV Lacrosse Team.

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