In the news
Winners: David Higgins and David LaLonde took first place in the first Kenny Albro Memorial Golf Tournament, held Sept. 21 at Bay Breeze Golf Links, Chaumont. The event raised more than $3,000 for the American Cancer Society, in memory of Kenny Albro, formerly of Cape Vincent.
Bridge Scores: Winners of weekly games sponsored by the Northern New York Duplicate Bridge Club are announced.
Oct. 9: First place, Albert Schneider and Penny Cool; second place, Val Jakubowitch and Robert Winje; and third place, Jean Pennock and the Rev. Leo Wiley
Oct. 11: First place, Patricia Macklin and Shirley Warren; second place, Ada Jane Northrop and Jean Pennock; and third place, Charles Evans and Helen Keohane
Oct. 16: First place, Debra Suller and Judy Vespa; and second place, Charles Evans and Helen Keohane
Oct. 18 N/S A: First place, Mary Sanford and Alice LeRoy; second place, Charles Evans and Debra Suller; and third place, Mart and Mai Liinve
Oct. 18 E/W A: First place, Sue Glomboski and Joan Peterson; second place, Maureen Gough and Ruth Fish; and third place, Ruth Condon and Helen Keohane
Oct. 21: First place, Ruth Condon and Mart Liinve; and tied for second and third places, Timothy Dowe and Mai Liinve and Jean Pennock and Mary Jones
Oct. 23: First place, Ada Jane Northrop and Helen Keohane; second place, Mart and Mai Liinve; third place, the Rev. Leo Wiley and Shirley Warren; and fourth place, Gloria Rothschild and Renee Lustick
Participates: Steven Maynard, asenior at Pulaski Academy and Central School, was selected to participate in the New York School Music Associations All State Chorus Conference in December. Mr. Maynard, who sings tenor I, will participate in the four-day conference, held at Eastman School of Music, Rochester. Over the summer, he spent six weeks at Tanglewood (Mass.) Institute, studying with professors from Boston University.
The following north country residents recently were named to the deans list at their colleges or universities:
Columbia (Mo.) College
To receive deans list honors at Columbia College for the summer terms, students must receive a grade point average of 3.5 or higher.
Kathryn L. Carr
Jason G. Halstead
Kinyada L. Colbert
Rozina J. Fernandez
Jamie M. Webster
Michael P. Gibbs
Diane R. Hupko
Steven N. Adams
Candice N. Hurley
The following north country residents recently received degrees from their colleges or universities:
Manuel Chavez, Ph.D., philosophy interpretation
Annette Maria Consiglio, bachelors degree, integrative neuro organismic track
Three Mile Bay
Taylor M. Way, bachelors degree, linguistics language and linguistics
Nolan Robert Kenneth Bodah, bachelors degree, integrated neuro molecular track
Christine M. Grimes Topping, Ph.D., English
Throughout the area
Internships: Several north country students at SUNY Oswego are participating in off-campus internships over the fall semester.
Zuzi E. Salais, senior, biology, Twisted Tree Stables, Watertown
Mitchell T. Campbell, senior, operations management and information systems, Beyond Nerd Inc., Watertown
Elaine C. Vanderveeken, senior, wellness management, Spizmans Strength System, Oswego
Courtney M. Widrick, senior, wellness management, Novelis Wellness Center, Oswego
Lacey A. Brown, senior, zoology, North Country Veterinary, Oswego
Brittney A. Beckstead, junior, broadcasting and mass communication, CNY Central, Syracuse
Teagan A. Ward, senior, wellness management, Summit Physical Therapy, Oswego
Kayla D. Cardinale, senior, business administration, Thousand Islands Appraisals, Alexandria Bay
Tamibeth P. Campbell, senior, human development, Mrs. Rogers Neighborhood Daycare, Oswego
St. Lawrence County
Scholarship: James Sheridan recently received a St. Lawrence County Bar Association Scholarship. The funds are given annually to students enrolled or accepted at law schools. Mr. Sheridan, a graduate of SUNY Buffalo with a degree in finance, is attending the University of Virginia School of Law, Charlottesville, Va. Over the summer, he worked in the finance division at United Technologies Co., Hartford, Conn.
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