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Benjamin Frye, Susquehanna, was named to the Dean’s List of The State University of New York, Potsdam for the Spring, 2007 semester. To qualify, students must complete at least twelve numerically graded credit hours with a grade point average between 3.24 and 3.49.
The Community Foundation of Susquehanna and Wyoming Counties announced that the following 2007 High School graduates will be receiving awards from scholarships managed by The Foundation. This year $50,000.00 is being distributed to local graduates and alumni. Because of The Foundation’s participation in a state-funded program, an additional $34,000.00 may be available in matching grants to be shared among some of these recipients who fulfill certain state-mandated requirements. In addition to the individuals listed below, past recipients who are currently in college and are maintaining a 3.0 GPA are also receiving annual awards from the Dohrer Scholarship for Tunkhannock Area graduates, and from the Donley Scholarship for Blue Ridge graduates, for the duration of their four-year college enrollment. In addition to this, with permission from the Donley family’s estate attorney, Michael Giangrieco, and in collaboration with Post Commander, Rick Rood, funding from the Donley scholarship is being distributed to the Hallstead-Great Bend American Legion to assist with the Legion’s own scholarships this year, due to their unfortunate losses in the June, 2006 flood. For more information about these scholarships please visit The Foundation’s website atwww.community-foundation.org.
Blue Ridge High School
The Bradley David Conklin Memorial Scholarship: Katelyn Donovan will attend Lock Haven University; Anthony Dorunda will attend Wilkes University; Thomas Drake will attend Bob Jones University; Bethany Stone will attend Cedarville College; Rebecca Stone will attend Cedarville College.
The Donley Family Memorial Scholarship: Thomas Drake will attend Bob Jones University.
The Ferdinand Graf Memorial Scholarship: Ryan Hawk will attend Mansfield University; Cody Kuiper will attend Luzerne County Community College.
The David Hwang Memorial Scholarship: Aaron Onyon will attend The Pennsylvania State University, Main Campus.
The Andrew Snitzer Memorial Scholarship: Rebecca Stone will attend Cedarville College.
The Kermit Van Cott Scholarship: Bethany Stone will attend Cedarville College.
Elk Lake High School
The Agnes and James W. Holbert Memorial Scholarship: Treg Davis will attend The Pennsylvania State University, Worthington.
Lackawanna Trail High School
The Paul Fearick Memorial Baseball Scholarship: Thomas Cawley, Jr. will attend The Pennsylvania State University, Main Campus.
Montrose Area High School
The Daniel Arnold Memorial Scholarship: Taylor Smith will attend Kings College.
The Dr. Raymond Bennett Memorial Scholarship: Angelica West will attend University of Pittsburgh.
The Daniel Crisman Memorial Scholarship for the Arts: Gabrielle Printz will attend Canisius College.
The Julia Frystak Memorial Scholarship: Christine Brown will attend Kutztown University; Brittany Ely will attend Wilkes University; Caitlin Ely will attend Marywood University; Jessica Franklin will attend Lock Haven University; Caitlin Hackett will attend Broome Community College; Cortney Hoffa will attend East Stroudsburg University; Samantha La Mont will attend Keystone College; Emily Way will attend East Stroudsburg University.
The John Krupinski Memorial Scholarship: Catherine Caterson will attend The Pennsylvania State University, Hazleton.
The Morgan Potter Memorial Scholarship: Cortney Hoffa will attend East Stroudsburg University.
The Nicholas Severcool Memorial Scholarship: Lance Elliot will attend Kings College.
The Matthew White Memorial Scholarship: Brandi Devine will attend East Stroudsburg University.
The Robert Wood Memorial Scholarship: Emily Way will attend East Stroudsburg University.
Mountain View High School
The Kingsley Civic Club Scholarship: Ashley Compton will attend The Pennsylvania State University, Hazleton; Ken Jesse will attend The Pennsylvania State University, Main Campus; Whitney Twining will attend East Stroudsburg University.
The Robert Klenk Scholarship: Sonya Smith-Greenberg will attend Keystone College.
The Mountain View Staff/United Way Scholarship: Elizabeth Haley will attend Kutztown University.
Susquehanna Community High School
The Johnny Edwards Memorial Music Scholarship: Deanna Stone will attend College Misericordia.
Tunkhannock Area High School
The David Clark Memorial Scholarship: Christina Troy will attend The Pennsylvania State University, Wilkes-Barre.
The Jack Daniels Memorial Scholarship: Thomas Daniels will attend Gettysburg College.
The Joseph Dohrer Memorial Scholarship: Samantha Ide will attend The Pennsylvania State University, Main Campus.
The Albert Purdy Music Scholarship: Adam Ridal will attend Temple University.
Vestal, NY High School
The Bradley David Conklin Memorial Scholarship: Joseph Nocciolina will attend Syracuse University.
Clarion University of Pennsylvania conducted commencement ceremonies on Saturday, May 12, 2007. From our area, Jedediah Daniel Millard, Montrose, graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration.
Following is the Mountain View High School Honor Roll for the fourth marking period of the 2006-07 school year.
GRADE 7: Jonathan Chipelo, Allison Davis, Tabitha Flowers, Michaela Gates, Anthony Gaynor, Joseph Jarrow, Angelica Kester, Megan Kress, Stephen Landis, Elizabeth Lockwood, Liam Maloney, Melinda Miller, Jordan Noldy, Bradley Owens, Kelly Purdy, Devon Suhadolnik, Alixandria Taylor, John Valentine, Michael Wakalowski.
GRADE 8: Gregory Adams, Thor Banks, Andrea Beeman, Barbara Bennett, Alaney Berish, Taylor Brainard, Ryan Gongliewski, Aaron Goodenough, Christopher Herman, Carly Jesse, James Johnson, Michael Keogh, Samantha Knowlton, Alexandria Lynn, Logan Mack, Julia Madas, Andrea Mason, Daniel McWhirr, Michael Mikloiche, Brian Miller, Christopher Powers, Michael Purdy, Brittany Resseguie, Mary Skurnowicz, Nathaniel Suchnick, Joseph Valentine, Ryan Walsh, Kalena Williams, Olivia Zick.
GRADE 9: Anika Althouse, Alena Beeman, Jessica Bodt, Ravi Figgles, Miranda Fisher, Sarah Germain, Christa Giannetti, Stephanie Grushinski, Erin Harvey, Shane Hugaboom, Luke Jenkins Codie Jones, Jacqueline Kochmer, Elaine Mackey, Jonathan McBride, Mark Miller, Kelly Morgan, Leah Tantanella, Seth Tiffany, Katherine Webster, Kelsey Whitaker.
GRADE 10: Elaine Arsenault, Shawnna Benedict, Darlene Bloxham, Sarah Bradley, Jamie Buzzerd, Justin Cerra, Michael Conklin, David Corbin, Bryce Edwards, Sara Evans, Angela Ferrence, Carrie Gardoski, James Gething, Michaelene Gongliewski, Jessie Green, Nicholas Hancock, Joseph Harvey, Max Henry, Chelsea Jarnagin, Misty Karhnak, Richard Keogh, Briana Kozlowski, David Krizauskas, Michelle Lahnemann, Alexandra Laske, Erika Lewis, Brandi Manzer, Scott Martens, Ashley Mason, Macy Matthews, Daisy Matulevich, Brittany McGraw, Brandon Miller, Victoria Novajosky, Michael Oakley, William Owens, Alexander Pashchuk, Kenneth Robbins, Jesse Roeski, Amanda Schmidt, Tessa Sheridan, Jessica Short, Zakkary Snedeker, Melissa Sohns, Donald Tantanella, Shelbey Twining, Ashly Vieira, Sarah Walker, Jacqueline Wayman, Colleen Whitaker, Mariah White.
GRADE 11: Alecia Beeman, Maura Bocan, Allison Bodt, Alisha Burgess, Krystal Chubirka, Gina Cicco, Matthew Daniels, Derek Gaughan, Kelly Griffin, Kyle Holgate, Joshua Jarnagin, Amy Kern, Brittany Kozlowski, Amanda Leach, Brian Lockwood, Dustin Mack, Amanda Makosky, Zachary Matulevich, Matthew Morgan, Justine Pevec, Matthew Powers, Kelly Rafferty, Kendra Rafferty, Brittany Ransom, Kristin Repchick, Nicole Rhodes, Casey Schweppenheiser, Ashlee Sherman, Megan Shipsky, Rudolph Testa, Rachel Vauter, Justina Wadge, Michelle Wedin, Christina Zick.
GRADE 12: Jessika Armetta, Sarah Bishop, Andrew Chaparro, Melinda Chidester, Melissa Compton, Wesley Congdon, John Corbin, Ashley Ehrenberg, Julio Faramelli, Diipali Figgles, Meghan Gardoski, Derek Gelormini, Steven Gillman, Joshua Hancock, Kenneth Jesse, Robert Johnson, Kyle Kilmer, Adreanna Konsur, Chad Lasher, Valerie Maciuska, Jaclyn McCawley, Gregory Misiura, Julie Novak, Jeffrey Oakley, Matthew Potter, Joseph Scanlon, Hilary Shinn, Brendan Smith, Melanie Smith, Nicholas Stoud, Lucas Tantanella, Whitney Twining, Amanda Tyler, Aaron White, Bethany Zablotsky.
Susquehanna County Career & Technology Center’s (SCCTC) Administrative Director, Alice M. Davis, is pleased to announce the 2007 National Technical Honor Society student inductees.
Pictured (l-r) are the Susquehanna County Career & Technology Center 2007 inductees into the National Technical Honor Society: front row – Tom Albertson, Jarrod Hall, Nicolette Canfield, Caitlyn Marsh, Lindsey Grosvenor, Sarah Gardner, Adam Belles; back row – Cody Sickler, Justin Butts, Damon Sandle, Chris Delaney, Garrett Schneider, Allen Plant, Caleb Prentice, Cory Simon, Alice M. Davis, SCCTC Administrative Director.
This marks the third year the SCCTC has inducted students into the NTHS. SCCTC instructors were asked to nominate students, and those students were then asked to complete the application process. Applications were reviewed for skill, scholarship, honesty, citizenship, service, leadership and responsibility. Based on a lengthy review process by a committee consisting of an instructor, counselor and SCCTC Director, qualifying students were then notified of this outstanding achievement.
The induction ceremony was held on May 1, at the “A Touch of Class” restaurant, located on-site at the SCCTC.
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