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Victoria Marlowe of Friendsville, PA and her mother were guests of The Garden Club of Montrose on July 14. The club enjoyed a bountiful covered dish luncheon for the annual picnic meeting that was held at Salt Springs State Park.
Scholarship Chairman Shirley Andre presented Victoria, a 2003 graduate of Montrose Area High School, with an award given to a student pursuing a career in environmental sciences. She will be attending Broome Community College this fall with interests in Landscape Design and Botanical Writing. Her interests in gardening, writing and art will help in her endeavors for the future.
Victoria Marlowe receives garden club scholarship.
The scholarship award is made possible with a gift to the garden club by the family of the late Jean Leslie Rose. She was a long-time garden club member, gardener and flower show judge. This generous legacy perpetuates Jeans love of beauty and community.
The Garden Club of Montrose is a member of The Garden Club Federation of Pennsylvania and National Garden Clubs, Inc.
Lynbrook, NY 38 students from the Susquehanna County Transcript region qualified for induction into the 2002-2003 National Honor Roll.
The National Honor Roll recognizes high-achieving middle and high school students. "These young people have worked hard to attain academic success," says Lynn Romeo, publisher of the National Honor Roll. "Honoring their achievement provides motivation and encourages them to continue striving. Were proud to include them in the National Honor Roll."
Qualifying for the honor from our area were: Veronica Andersen, Susquehanna; Jennifer Benson, Susquehanna; Summer Brandon, New Milford; Frances Buchta, Great Bend; Hope Cosentino, Susquehanna; Amy Cramaer, Hallstead; Kimberly Cramer, Great Bend; Kenny Davall, Kingsley; Alicia Demer, Susquehanna; Melanie DeWitt, Susquehanna; Holly Estabrook, New Milford; Amy Fancher, Windsor; Christine Fisher, Hallstead; Scott Fuller, Hallstead; Emily Gelatt, Jackson; Abram Hall, Great Bend; Tiffany Hall, New Milford; Adele Kryger, Kingsley; Elizabeth Leber, Thompson; Melissa Luce, Hallstead; Lucas Mack, Kingsley; Alison McNamara, New Milford; Adam Napolitano, Susquehanna; Jeremy Page, Susquehanna; Nicole Pagliarella, Hallstead; Wesley Parks, Susquehanna; George Paterno, Susquehanna; Bruce Piggot, New Milford; Kristen Ragard, Great Bend; Sara Resseguie, Hallstead; Jessica Romano, Great Bend; Jessica Salada, Jackson; Deanne Sellitto, Susquehanna; Ashley Sinnett, Hallstead; Abralyn Stone, Thompson; Danielle Stone,Thompson; Anthony Survilla, Hallstead; Heather Thatcher, Hallstead.
The University of Scranton has announced the Deans List, which recognizes students for academic excellence, during the 2003 spring semester. A student must have a grade point average of 3.5 or better with a minimum number of credit hours to make the Deans List.
A total of 1,272 students were named to the universitys Deans List including the following area residents: Patrick H. Coffey, Hallstead; Charlene M. Collins, Forest City; Catherine M. Holleran, New Milford; Glenda M. Konzman; Marja N. Litwin, Nicholson; Jennifer A. Lukus, Vandling; Janelle M. Mead, Great Bend; Julanne G. Skinner, Montrose; Kathleen M. Stiles, Great Bend; Michael B. Venn, Hop Bottom.
The University of Minnesota Duluth (UMD) has announced that Laura Sushoreba, Springville, a senior Economics Major is on its Deans List for spring semester, 2003. Students on the Deans List have achieved a grade point average of 3.5 or higher.
Courtney Elizabeth Searle, 304 Church St., Clifford, graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology/Clinical from Indiana University of Pennsylvania at commencement exercises held May 10, 2003.
Gregory D. Fuller, a sophomore majoring in environmental studies at Dickinson College in Carlisle, PA, has been named to the Deans List for the 2003 spring semester. A graduate of Blue Ridge High School, he is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fuller, Hallstead. All students earning a position on the Deans List, a recognition of academic excellence, must have a grade point average of 3.7 or above on a 4.0 GPA scale for the semester.
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