The Bridge City Chamber of Commerce honored Dusti Lummus and Maggie Stump as the April Students of the Month on Tuesday, April 12 at Curve’s for Women in Bridge City. Both received gift cards and certificates from Walmart, Sabine Federal Credit Union, The Ice Cream Club, Tiger Rock Martial Arts of Bridge City and COS Printing.

Dusti Lummus, daughter of James and Renee Wyatt, is a student at Orangefield High School and is currently ranked 38th out of 132 in her graduating class with a GPA of 3.76 on a 4.0 scale. Lummus is an active athlete and has been involved in Volley ball for her freshman year, Basketball her freshman and sophomore year, and was a Region V High School Rodeo State Qualifier her freshman year and serves as THSRA Barrel Racing Director for her Junior and will run again for this honor her Senior year.

She has also served on Future Farmers of America (FFA) throughout her high school years and has served as president for her Junior and Senior Years. She has received honors such as the Green Hand Farmer FFA, Public Relations, Poultry Judging, Swine Showmanship Hardin County, Swine Showmanship Hurricane Relief Show, first catch for Calf Scramble at Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo and won Brangus Heifer Class South East Texas State Fair. She also made the sale at the Southeast Texas State Fair her Sophmore and Junior years.

She has also volunteered with her church to repair homes, assisted with the Hurricane Ike clean up and assisted with the petting zoo for the Life Skills program her Junior year. Dusti would like to attend Sam Houston and major in an Agriculture Degree and get her CPRA card and continue barrel racing.

Maggie Stump, daughter of Cris and Rebecca Stump, is a currently ranked 13 out of her graduating class of 177 with a grade point average of 4.27 on a 5.0 scale. Her honors include 2009 District 21-3AAA Varsity Volleyball Honorable Mention, 2010 District 213-AAA Varsity Volleyball 2nd Team, 2010-2011 Texas Girls Coaches Association Academic All-State Team, 2010 District Varsity Soccer 2nd Team, 2010 Beaumont Enterprise Gold Soccer Team.

She is active in the National Honor Society, Student Council, Texas Association of Future Educators and Athletics. She has assisted with Vacation Bible School at Holy Cross Lutheran Church, tutoring elementary students, painted school sidewalk for graduation, worked volleyball camp for fourth grade thru freshman girls, raised money through working concession stands, and has participated in numerous activities for Breast Cancer Awareness. Stump plans to attend Lamar University and major in Biology.

Once she has her degree, she plans to attend the University of Texas Medical Branch to become a physical therapist.