February 11, 2021- Elizabethtown Area High School seniors Sarah Rhine and Marcial Limas were named the Elizabethtown Rotary Club's students of the month for February. Rhine and Limas were honored for their high academic achievement, extensive school involvement, and community service activities.

Rhine is the daughter of  Kathryn Rittleof Elizabethtown.  Rhine is the secretary for the Key Club. She has also been active all four years of high school with the marching and concert bands (alto saxophone), the Newspaper Club, the ski club, and the softball team. During her senior year, she was a member of the school's Science Olympiads team, competing in the Fossils and Dynamic Planet events.

Rhine has earned numerous awards during her high school years. She is a member of the prestigious National Honor Society. She placed first in the Elizabethtown Rotary's Four Way Test essay contest and second in the Club's speech contest. Rhine received the underclassman award for academic excellence in the area of photography.Sarah Rhine and Marcial Limas

Rhine is active in the community. She is an active member of the Trinity Lutheran Church in Mount Joy. She has participated in the live nativity scene as Mary, volunteered with the clothing drive, supported the church's Rise Against Hunger and Pay It Forward events, and assisted with the Juniper Village Arts Day.

Rhine plans to attend a four-year year university to pursue a degree in Aerospace Engineering.

Limas is the son of Celestino & Melody Limas of Elizabethtown. He is a member of the prestigious National Honor Society. The College Board named Limas a Hispanic Scholar in the National Hispanic Recognition Program for his performance on the PSAT.

Limas is active with the school’s Competition Science teams and the Engineering Club, where he has earned numerous awards. In the Science Olympiad competition, Limas placed first and sixth in the Wright Stuff category at the regional and state levels, respectively. He placed third and fifth in the Mission Possible category at the regional and state levels, respectively. At the elite Science Olympiad Invitational level, he placed fourth in the Mission Possible and fifth in the Gravity Vehicle categories. Limas placed first in Sea, Air, and Land challenge in the group Air division through the Engineering Club. Limas has earned numerus Academic Excellence Award including in the areas of AP Language & Composition, AP Calculus, Net Sports, and Career & Finance.

In the community, Limas has volunteered at the Central PA Food Bank in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, and at Northwest Harvest (non-profit food distribution organization) in Yakima, Washington.

Limas plans to attend a four-year university to major in either Physics, Economics, or Mathematics.