In the news
Winner: Karrigan Riordan, fifth grade student at Belleville Henderson Central School, Belleville, was one of 10 winners of the Scholastic Book Clubs Paws for Reading Photo Contest. Her entry was of her springer spaniel, Lucy, reading Miss Riordans favorite book in her favorite chair. Karrigan will receive 100 books, as will her class.
Bridge Scores: Winners of recent weekly games sponsored by the Northern New York Duplicate Bridge Club are announced.
Dec. 19: First, Ada Jane Northrop and Ruth Condon; second, Ronald Cooper and Alice LeRoy; and third, Phyllis Plante and Celia Perciaccante
Jan. 2: First, Ronald Cooper and Judy Vespa; and second, Ruth Condon and Ada Jane Northrop
Jan. 4: First, Mart and Mai Liinve; and second, Ruth Condon and Ada Jane Northrop
Jan. 9: First, Roxanne Pratt and Maureen Gough; second, Alice LeRoy and Ann Seller; and third, Shirley Warren and Debra Suller
Jan. 11 A: First, Mart Liinve and Judy Vespa; second, Albert and Thelma Schneider; third, Susan Favreau and Helen Keohane; fourth, Ada Jane Northrop and Ruth Condon; and fifth, Ann Sellers and Bobbe Katzman
Jan. 11 B: First, Albert and Thelma Schneider; second, Ann Sellers and Bobbe Katzman; and third, Mary Sanford and Mabel Walker
Comings and goings
Throughout the area
Re-enlists: Several north country members of the Army National Guard recently re-enlisted.
Sgt. 1st Class Richard Walters, Company D, 2-108th Infantry
Staff Sgt. Edmund Rebb, Forward Support Company, 204th Engineer Battalion
Sgt. Dale ODonnell, 1427th Transportation Company
Pfc. Charles Haas, Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 2-108th Infantry
Staff Sgt. Robert Pike, Company B, 2-108th Infantry
St. Regis Falls
Spc. Steven Spence, Company A, 2-108th Infantry
Three Mile Bay
Sgt. 1st Class Mark Sutherland, Company E (Forward Support Company Infantry), 427th Brigade Support Battalion
Spc. Donald Huskey, Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 2-108th Infantry
Throughout the area
Promoted: Several local members of the Army National Guard recently received promotions.
Richard Walters, Company D, 2-108th Infantry, promoted to sergeant first class
Anthony Spadaccini, Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 2-108th Infantry, promoted to specialist
Tanner Young, 107th Military Police Company, promoted to private first class
Bryan Allen, Company C, Recruiting and Retention, promoted to sergeant
Publishes book: Susanne Zwingel, associate professor of politics at SUNY Potsdam, recently published an edited volume, titled Feminist Strategies in International Governance. Through Routledges Global Institutions Series, Ms. Zwingel co-edited the book with Gülay Caglar, Humbolt University, Berlin, and Elisabeth Prügl, Graduate Institute, Geneva. The book looks at the way which international and non-governmental organizations have confronted global gender hierarchies and covers feminist strategies in international issues of areas of human rights, peace and security management and economic and financial governance. For more information on the book, visit www.routledge.com.
The following north country residents recently were named to the deans list at their colleges or universities:
Herkimer County Community College
To receive deans list honors at Herkimer County Community College for the fall semester, students must receive a grade point average between 3.25 and 3.8.
Elaine M. Brown, early childhood
Kristen Kim Shipman, medical coding/transcriptionist certificate
Sandra Lynn Martin, physical therapist assistant
Jessica Maldonado, business: business administration
Cameron Michael Curcio, liberal arts and sciences: physical education
Nicholas Arthur Debyah, physical therapist assistant
Margaret M. Smith, business: accounting
St. Josephs College of Nursing,
To receive deans list honors at St. Josephs College of Nursing, students must receive a grade point average of 3.4 or higher.
Enrolled at college
Enrolled: Jared Nichols, Natural Bridge, is studying forest technology at SUNY ESF Ranger School, Wanakena. The school is part of SUNY-ESF, Syracuse.
Throughout the area
Co-ops: Several local students at Clarkson University, Potsdam, completed co-ops during the fall semester. A co-op is a semester off of course work to work for a company in which a student is commonly assigned to lead multi-departmental projects.
Jacob Yaeger, senior, innovation and entrepreneurship, Cross Island Farms, Wellesley Island
Julian Corpus, junior, aeronautical engineering, General Electric-Aviation, Norwich
Christopher McHale, senior, mechanical and aeronautical engineering, General Electric-Aviation, Norwich
Lauren Adams, senior, civil engineering, Morrison Hershfield, Ottawa, Ontario
Scott Hitsman, senior, chemical engineering, McNeil-PPC Inc., Fort Washington, Pa.
Nathaniel Eggleston, senior, civil engineering, Advance Testing, Campbell Hall
John Seaman, senior, global supply chain management, ES3 LLC, Keene, N.H.
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