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Family and friends of the late Johnny Edwards have established a scholarship in his memory to benefit graduates of Susquehanna Community High School.
The scholarship fund is a component of the Susquehanna Community School District Foundation, which is an affiliate of The Community Foundation of Susquehanna and Wyoming Counties, and will provide assistance with college tuition for future generations of students who exhibit exceptional talent in vocal or instrumental performance. Mr. Edwards was a talented local musician and it is hoped this scholarship will help students with a similar passion for music.
Like all Community Foundation funds, this is intended to be a permanent, annual scholarship that will increase in value over time and continue to support Susquehanna graduates for many years to come. Resources to establish this scholarship were raised from a well-attended fund raising concert in late January, as well as from tax-deductible donations. Those wishing to honor the memory of Johnny, and to provide greater assistance to future scholarship winners, may send donations to The Community Foundation, 36 Lake Avenue, Montrose, PA 18801.
For more information about this and other scholarship funds please visit the Foundation’s web site at www.community-foundation.org.
Following is the Susquehanna Community High School Honor Roll for the third marking period of the 2006-07 school year.
HIGHEST HONORS (93-100)
GRADE 12: Shianne Barton, Sarah Biegert, Melanie Biesecker, Andrew Crawford, Carla Gehman, Kristin Gumaer, Timothy Haynes, Courtney Hopkins, Ashley Hubal, Brian James, Jessica Lee, Carrie Lewis, Heather Lewis, William McHale, Allen Plant, Nicole Ransbottom, Ellen Reavey, Marita Sellitto, Billie Jean Wilbur.
GRADE 11: Mary Jo Cotter, Michael Ervin, Christopher Felter, Tara Flor, Angela Petriello, Tamara Sager, Craig Soden.
GRADE 10: Ashley Aldrich, Daniel Boughton, Sydney Carmody, Christy Glidden, Brittany Heller, Jessica Hubal, Angela Leonard, Hannah Price, Lacey Sholtiss, Aaron Soden, Leann Terpstra, Jeffrey Williams.
GRADE 9: Kelly Conklin, Nicholas Felter, Thomas Kelly Jr., Kyla Kemmerer, Adam Macazan, Shawn Norton, Brandon Stone, Jami Towner.
GRADE 8: Kimberly Aldrich, Kelly Burke, Kelsey Carmody, Sean Leonard, Nicholas Marco, Sarah Parsons, Alex Price, Ryan Rosenthal, Timothy Sager, Steven Skurski, Kristen Wentzell, Derek Williams, David Winn, Shane Wolf.
Courtney Arthur, Karlene Cottrell, Brandon Deakin, Alexandria Dominick, Matthew Hilling, Stephanie Skurski, Jeffrey Wayman
HONOR ROLL (90-93)
GRADE 12: Mercedes Allen, Cameron Arthur, Valerie Barnes, Justin Butts, Christopher Delaney, Kathryn DeWitt, Stephanie Ficarro, Kaitlin Flor, Meghan Gilleran, Craig Hubal, Kirsten Kemmerer, Brian Norton, Pedro Rodas, Michael Walsh, Perri Weldy, Danielle Williams.
GRADE 11: Aleshia Napolitano, Craig Price, Danielle Roy, Jessica Welch.
GRADE 10: Christine Biegert, Jennifer Glover, Diana Greene, Kayshia Kruger, Anthony Wayman.
GRADE 9: Scott Arthur, Mindy Batson, Kaitlin Callender, Nicole Conklin, Dominic Gerhardt, Maggie Lawrenson, Michael Nagel Jr., Courtney Slocum, David Szili, Andrea Walker.
GRADE 8: Zachary Baker, Kacie Chesnick, Kalyn Cina, Susan Greene, Kirstin McCormick, Paige Payne.
GRADE 7: Elizabeth Acosta, Rex Fullam V, Alexis Gerhardt, Brenda Kochmer, Thomas Maby, Sierra McConnell, Morgan Ofsharick.
MERIT ROLL (85-90)
GRADE 12: Debra Barton, Allison Bates, Jeremy Boerner, Christina Butts, Rebecca Collins, Andrew David, Joshua Depew, Abigail DeWitt, Jia Luo Dong, JoAnna Dooley, Amber Gaffey, Casey Glidden, Adam Glover, James Golden, Andrew Napolitano, Kimberly Seamans, Amy Stein, Deanna Stone, Nicole Tarbox, Jessica Terpstra, Brant Thomas, Catherine Thorn, Theresa Wademan, Ashlie Yoder.
GRADE 11: Shayna Benson, Ellen Biegert, Daniel Gall, Joshua Jenkins, Brent Keyes, Lucas Marion, Ashley Price, Ashley Repa, Shawnee Soules, Rashel Swanson, Ashley Troup, Kristy Tyler, Casi Wescott, Jamie White, Cynthia Williams, Megan Zappe, Brittany Zebrowski.
GRADE 10: Heather Bixby, Caitlin Burke, Amanda Butts, Amanda Carvin, Brittany Conroy, Monique Drag, Connor Freitag, Amanda Garcia, Chelsea Henry, David Jackson, Lindsay Lawrenson, Justin Lee, Kaylin Lindquist, Michael Lloyd, Joshua McKinney, Samantha Neal, Carrie Phetmoungkhoune, Cody Scepaniak, Kelly Sheriff, Samantha Soules, Ashley Stein, Edward Stone, Mary Tarbox, Justin Westbrook, Ashley Wray.
GRADE 9: Philip Barnes, Donald Cottrell, Jakilyn DeCicco, Tyler Dibble, Courtney Dininny, Melissa Elliott, Melinda Fitch, Megan Garcia, Matthew Leet, James Marion Jr., Lauren Reddon, Gafston Stone, Matthew Welch.
GRADE 8: Brooklyn Baker, Jarrett Coleman, Mandalyn Corse, Chester Cotter, Sharon James, Julianne Kuhn, Maureen Lawson, Sean MacDonald, Kacey Norris, Basia Polak, Alex Price, Cooper Rockwell-Cook, Amanda Roth, Alex Sheriff, Tracee-Joe Shimer, Robert Skiba, Landrea Stevens, Courtney Sullivan, David Vales, Melissa Zawisky.
GRADE 7: Jeremy Acone, Kristine Argyros, Jamie Boerner, Emily Conroy, Duane Consla, Brett Deakin, Timothy Flanagan, Ashley Kapcsandi, Mary Kemmerer, Jon-Michael Marino, Vincent Matta Jr., Kristy Monks, Alexx Nelson, Zachary Ord, Gatanya Sedlock, Adam Stout, Melissa Valentine, George Wilkes.
Following is the Blue Ridge Elementary School Honor Roll for the third marking period of the 2006-07 school year.
Mrs. Buffington: Justin Carpenter, Brittany Chaffee, Sian Emerson, Lewis Esposito, Michelle Norton, Jessica Oakley, Joshua Potter.
Mrs. Chamberlain: Daniel Darrow, Kara Empett, Kelly Gordon, Dustin Jones, Miranda Kimmell, Jessica Loomis, Megan Morris, Mark Oakley, Bradley Palmatier, Sara Price, Devon Randall, Anja Whitehead.
Mr. Mazikewich: Dylan Darrow, Caroline Davis, Morgan Gillespie, Stacie Grubb, Matthew Laubach, William Miller, Malory Principe, Shania Yachymiak.
Mrs. Wolfe: Samantha Allen, Adam Collins, Logan Ellis, Quentin Millard, Craig Monks.
HIGH HONOR ROLL
Mrs. Buffington: Leif-Axel Berg, Sierra Hall, Ethan Robinson, Abagael Rudock.
Mrs. Chamberlain: Jenna Bennett, Austin French, Makayla Kingston.
Mr. Mazikewich: R-E-onna Canfield, Elizabeth Conklin, Bethany Krug, Curtis Mills
Mrs. Wolfe: Samantha Frailey.
Following are the Blue Ridge Elementary students chosen as Citizens of the Month for March, 2007.
Age 4 Kindergarten: Mrs. Orner, a.m. – Tori Auckland, Mrs. Orner, p.m. – Mitchell Clinton, Mrs. Whitehead, a.m. – Anthony Vaughan, Mrs. Whitehead, p.m. – Alyssa Monks.
Age 5 Kindergarten: Mr. Dibble – Natasha Johnson, Mrs. Johnson – Lucas DeBella, Mrs. Rhone – Jenna Hartman, Mrs. Skal – Jillian McAulliffe, Mrs. Small – Jonathon Morris.
Grade 1: Miss Bowman – Gabrielle Gray, Mrs. Button – Alyssa Williamson, Mrs. Farrell – Courtney Randall, Mrs. Scott – Sierah Guzy, Miss Swartwood – Emma Glezen.
Grade 2: Mrs. Berger – Daniel Beesley, Mrs. Hepler – Bryanna Shelanskey, Ms. Levine – Alex Konsur, Mrs. Theophila – Jarred Mills.
Grade 3: Miss Pease – Kevin Lewis, Ms. Pitcher – Kattee Allen, Mrs. Tench – Dylan Monks, Mrs. Watkins – Viktoria Layton.
Grade 4: Miss Daniels – Ryan Rogers, Mr. Goff – Destiny Delgado, Mrs. Harter – Dana Kruse, Mr. Jones – Chloe Randall.
Grade 5: Mrs. Buffington – Morgan Lesjack, Mrs. Chamberlain – Jenna Bennett, Mr. Mazikewich – Shania Yachymiak, Mrs. Wolfe – Jacklyn Wolfe.
Mrs. Bleck – Kelly Gordon.
Mrs. Heal – Kimberly Klim.
Mrs. Hitchcock – Brian Canfield.
Mrs. Suchy – Rhonda Phillips.
Mrs. Klenchik – Kasandra Welch.
The Susquehanna County Conservation District is accepting applications for the District’s annual scholarship award. A $500.00 scholarship is available to a 2007 Susquehanna County high school graduate. The student must be enrolled as a full time student in an environmental or agricultural field for the 2007 fall semester. Applications are due Tuesday, May 1. Students who wish to apply may contact their school’s guidance office or the Susquehanna County Conservation District at 278-4600 ext. 285. Proceeds from the Conservation District’s annual seedling sale provide the funding needed for this award. The Susquehanna County Conservation District seeks to foster the growing need for environmental and agricultural education for our youth.
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