St. Asaph DAR recognizes twins

Published 7:19 pm Tuesday, March 12, 2019

For the first time in its history, the St. Asaph Chapter of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution recognized two students for their outstanding work.


According to St. Asaph Regent Nancy Ketelhohn, “We usually recognized one student, but the two were deserving, and the board decided to recognize both.”

The two seniors at Boyle County High School are twins, Seth and Jack Stromberger. They are the sons of John and Shawna Stomberger. Both are excellent students with over 4.0 grade point average, but there the similarity ends.

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Jack is a swim instructor and lifeguard and swims on the varsity swim team. He is also involved in the Y-Club, National Honor Society, Kentucky Youth Assembly, Kentucky United Nations Assembly, Environmental Club and Governor’s Scholars Program. He also runs cross country.


Seth, on the other hand, pursues dry land sports. He runs varsity cross country and varsity track and field. He is also involved in the Y Club, Kentucky Youth Assembly, Drama Club, Governor’s School for the Arts and the National Honor Society.

Both are active in their church and Youth Leadership Boyle County.

The students were recognized with a cash award and a plaque at the February meeting of the St. Asaph Chapter.