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Honored

Osceola

Honored: Alice and Tom Williams, Bernhards Bay, recently received the 2013 Ray Cronk Memorial Award from the New York State Old Tyme Fiddlers’ Association, Osceola. The award, given annually by the association, is in honor of one of the co-founders of the association and Hall of Fame Museum. From left, Alice Williams, Evelyn Cronk Hoyt, sister of Ray Cronk, and Tom Williams.

Colleges

Dean’s list

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

Herkimer County Community College

To receive dean’s list honors at Herkimer County Community College for the spring semester, students must receive a grade point average between 3.25 and 3.79.

Carthage

Keidi K. St. Louis, business: small business management

Gouverneur

Cameron Michael Curciom, business: business administration

Lowville

Danielle Lynn Zehr, medical coding/transcriptionist certificate

Lyons Falls

Amelia Mae Campbell, liberal arts and sciences: social science

Massena

Kelly J. Lobdell, non-matriculated

Ogdensburg

Margaret M. Smith, business: accounting

Port Leyden

Caroline A. Yauger, business: business administration

St. Joseph’s College of Nursing, Syracuse

To receive dean’s list honors at St. Joseph’s College of Nursing for the spring semester, students must receive a grade point average of 3.4 or higher.

Lacona

Eden Rudd, 4.0 GPA

Ogdensburg

Amanda LaRue, 4.0 GPA

Pulaski

Joshua Blodgett

Watertown

Katie LaMay

Graduates

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

Morrisville State College

Adams Center

Meghan Moriarty, animal science - equine science and management

Castorland

Jacob Zehr, automotive technology

Croghan

Max Chartrand, network adminsitration

Evans Mills

Brandon Ingram, diesel technology

Glenfield

Mazie Stanford, animal science - dairy

Henderson

Bonnie Grandjean, automotive technology

Ogdensburg

Rosanna Giglio, nursing

Redwood

Zachary Calhoun, agriculture business development

West Carthage

Amber Swan, animal science - equine science and management

Rochester Institute of Technology

Alexandria Bay

Curtis Williamson, bachelor’s degree, chemical engineering

Brantingham

Mary Mallette, bachelor’s degree, nutrition management

Carthage

David Streeter, bachelor’s degree, microelectronic engineering

Deferiet

Kimberly Babcock, bachelor’s degree, sonography

Henderson

Ian Young, bachelor’s degree, finance and economics

Parishville

Brittany Remington, bachelor’s degree, advertising and public relations

Potsdam

Danny McCormick, bachelor’s degree, mechanical engineering

Caitlin Mucenski, bachelor’s degree, medical illustration

Watertown

Jacques Martin, bachelor’s degree, visual media

Michael Montgomery, bachelor’s degree, information technology

University at Albany

Beaver Falls

Emily Worden, master’s degree

Black River

Heather Cean, bachelor’s degree

Chaumont

Matthew Grunert, bachelor’s degree

Clayton

Allison Orvis, bachelor’s degree

Hammond

Philip Bender, bachelor’s degree

Massena

Rebecca Biers, bachelor’s degree

Philadelphia

Julie White, master’s degree

Watertown

Joey Johnson, master’s degree

John Kalamaras, master’s degree

Matthew McLarnon, bachelor’s degree

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