CANTON - Johanna Carmony, graduating number one academically from Heuvelton Central High School and heading for medical school in California, has received a scholarship award from the Canton Goldenaires barbershop chorus. Johanna is the fourth student from Heuvelton and one of seven winners this year of this award funded by the Goldenaires “Singing Valentine Program”. She was involved in a tough curriculum at Heuvelton, the Talented Juniors program at SLU and Introduction to Veterinary Medicine at SUNY Canton. Her achievements included a member of the National Honor Society, Student Council, Whiz Quiz, and President of the Class of 2014. She has participated in many of the school plays and concerts. Johanna sings, plays piano and flute, teaches and choreographs dance, and is a volunteer worker for many school and local church programs. Over the years, the Singing Valentines Program has been successful in providing 38 scholarship awards to students in 10 different school in St. Lawrence County. The chorus and the scholarship winners depend on your support to keep this program going. The Goldenaires will next perform at the Russell Theatre August 15. Pictured above, from the left, are Ben Budelmann, Richard Todd, Miss Carmony, and Bruce Hanson.