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@datebook city label underlined:Adams

Road dedicated: Contractor Joseph L. Bauer, Mannsville, recently dedicated a new road sign designating K. Francis Kellogg Lane at the corner of his Willow Run housing development and Michaels Road in the town of Adams.

The sign honors Mr. Kellogg, who died in 1977. He is Mr. Bauer’s grandson.

Mr. Kellogg served on the Jefferson County Board of Supervisor as town of Lorraine supervisor for 14 non-consecutive years. He also helped to establish the Lorraine Volunteer Fire Department in 1962.

He also worked on the St. Lawrence Seaway, helped to build the original barracks at Pine Camp and highway bridges in Chaumont, Gouverneur, Lyons Falls and Court Street bridge in Watertown. He was a bricklayer and mason for 45 years.

Mr. Kellogg and his wife, Norma K. “Katie” Kellogg, who died in 1993, ran a large dairy farm on County Route 93 in the town of Lorraine until 1958.

Armed forces

Basic training

@datebook city label underlined:Carthage

Graduated from basic training:Army Reserve Pvt. Nina M. Ingersoll, sister of Mindi Diaz, Maple Avenue, Lacona, has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Sill, Lawton, Okla. She is a 2003 graduate of Carthage Central High School.

Comings and goings

@datebook city label underlined:Harrisville

Participated in training exercise: Army Sgt. Aaron M. Lavoie, son of Lisa Lavoie, Harrisville, was part of an Army Pacific task force that participated in training near Sendi, Japan, with the Japanese Ground Self Defense Force. The training was part of an annual bilateral exercise between American and Japanese forces called Yama Sakura. Sgt. Lavoie is a senior radio and communications security equipment repairer assigned to the U.S. Army Japan and I Corps Forward at Camp Zama, Japan. The sergeant has served in the military for nine years. Sgt. Lavoie graduated in 2003 from Harrisville Central School.

Colleges

Dean’s list

The following north country residents recently were named to the dean’s list at their colleges or universities:

SUNY Institute of Technology,

Utica

To receive dean’s list honors at SUNY IT for the fall semester, students must receive a grade point average between 3.2 and 3.59.

@datebook city label underlined:Belleville

Thomas Leen, undeclared

@datebook city label underlined:Boonville

Erika Charbonneau, psychology

Emily Lee, undeclared

@datebook city label underlined:Constableville

Shaina Ferguson, business administration

Angela Hutchinson, undeclared

@datebook city label underlined:Dexter

Erica Hovey, sociology

Eugene Peckham, computer/information sciences

@datebook city label underlined:Heuvelton

Jenna Lashua, undeclared

@datebook city label underlined:Lowville

Robert Eger, computer/information sciences

@datebook city label underlined:Pierrepont Manor

Danielle Jacobs, business administration

@datebook city label underlined:Port Leyden

Michael Szewil, computer information systems

@datebook city label underlined:Pulaski

Jacob O’Kay, electrical engineering technology

@datebook city label underlined:Watertown

Emily Lafary, computer information systems

Graduates

The following north country residents recently received degrees from their colleges or universities:

Franklin University,

Columbus, Ohio

Through a partnership with Jefferson Community College, Watertown.

@datebook city label underlined:Watertown

Amanda Battista, bachelor’s degree, accounting

SUNY Fredonia

@datebook city label underlined:Canton

Matthew Bowman, bachelor’s degree, music education

@datebook city label underlined:Carthage

Morgan L. Townsend, bachelor’s degree, music education

@datebook city label underlined:Tupper Lake

Christopher L. Hughes, bachelor’s degree, theatre arts

President’s list

The following north country residents recently were named to the president’s list at their colleges or universities:

Clemson (S.C.) University

To receive president’s list honors at Clemson University for the fall semester, students must receive a grade point average of 4.0.

@datebook city label underlined:Watertown

Olivia Kathryn Whitehurst, elementary education

SUNY Institute of Technology,

Utica

To receive president’s list honors at SUNY IT for the fall semester, students must receive a grade point average of 3.6 or higher.

@datebook city label underlined:Boonville

Kaitlin Brown, business administration

Craig Dittl, civil engineering technology

Lacey Schultz, undeclared

@datebook city label underlined:Castorland

Anna Garrison, undeclared

Theresa Meyer, psychology

@datebook city label underlined:Pierrepont Manor

Chamille Kastler, business administration

@datebook city label underlined:Port Leyden

Amy McLoughlin, community and behavioral health

Union University,

Jackson, Tenn.

To receive president’s list honors at Union University for the fall semester, students must receive a grade point average of 4.0.

@datebook city label underlined:Lake Placid

Julia Appleton

Scholarships

@datebook city label underlined:Theresa

Scholarship: Sarah E. Clark, Theresa, recently received a $500 scholarship from the Theresa Group. The scholarship is given annually to a Theresa graduate. Miss Clark, a freshman studio art major at Cazenovia College, is a 2012 graduate of Indian River Central School, Philadelphia. She plans to major in photography.

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