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Dyer of South Carolina ranks eighth in National German Exam

Published 9:36am Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Selena Dyer, granddaughter of Hovey and Doris Owens McClure of Landrum, was recently notified that she had achieved No. 8 ranking by state placement on the 2013 National German Exam.

Dyer is a graduating senior at Aiken High School and the daughter of Lisa and Eric Dyer.

They also have a daughter Emily, who attends Anderson University and a son Malcolm, at the NC School of the Arts.

Both have completed their second year and already have their full-time summer employment scheduled to assist in their educational expenses.

– article submitted by Hovey McClure

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