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@datebook city label underlined:Lowville

Winners: Lewis County General Hospital Auxiliary recently announced the winners of its Senior Artwork Competition. Fifteen pieces were submitted from students of Beaver River Central School, Beaver Falls, Copenhagen Central School and Lowville Academy and Central School.

First place — Ashlee Bucy, Lowville Academy and Central School, ink, contour line collage, “Ink Lanterns.” Miss Bucy is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Bucy.

Second place — Marcus Roes, Beaver River Central School, photography, “The Secret Garden.” Mr. Roes, son of Beryl and Cathi Roes, Castorland, is majoring in photography at Mohawk Valley Community College, Utica.

Third place — Elizabeth Smith, Copenhagen Central School, watercolor, “Bouquet.” Miss Smith, daughter of Julie and Clifford Smith, Copenhagen, will major in visual communication and illustration at Cazenovia College.

@datebook city label underlined:Watertown

Winners: Winners of the open pairs morning session of the Thousand Islands Sectional Bridge Tournament, held on June 1 at the Ramada inn, Watertown, have been announced.

N/S “A”: First place, James Caroll and Jonathan Forde; second place, Mary Dorsey and Kathleen Perkins; third place, Richard Marsden and john Dauvergne; tied for fourth and fifth places, Rverett Wells and Patricia Briggs and Robert Winje and Val Jakubowitch; and sixth place, Richard and Judy Darling

N/S “B”: First place, Mary Dorsey and Kathleen Perkins; second place, Richard Marsden and John Dauvergne; third place, Judy Vespa and Shirley Warren; and fourth place, Ruth Fish and Hope Metcalf

N/S “C”: First place, Mary Dorsey and Kathleen Perkins; second place, Richard Marsden and John Dauvergne; third place, Ruth Fish and Hope Metcalf; and fourth place, Carol Perlberg and Ted Perlberg

E/W “A”: First place, Dick Tuttle and Gary Amundson; second place, Susan Favreau and Mai Liinve; third place, Ann Sellers and Judy Ashmore; fourth place, Ronald Danilowicz and Richard Evans; fifth place, John Pruitt and Howard Cring; and sixth place, Gaylia Ohlman and Marilyn Lindsay

E/W “B”: First place, Susan Favreau and Mai Liinve; second place, Ann Sellers and Judy Ashmore; and tied for third and fourth places, David Morris and Marianne VanBuren and Kay Woodruff and Helen Keohane

E/W “C”: First place, Susan Favreau and Mai Liinve; second place, Ann Sellers and Judy Ashmore; third place, David Morris and Marianne VanBuren; and fourth place, Liz Barrett and Fern Wilson

Winners: Winners of the open pairs afternoon session of the Thousand Islands Sectional Bridge Tournament, held on June 1 at the Ramada Inn, Watertown, have been announced.

N/S “A”: First place, Everett Wells and Patricia Briggs; second place, James Carroll and Jonathan Forde; third place, Robert Winje and Val Jakubowitch; fourth place, John Pruitt and Howard Cring; fifth place, Gloria Rothschild and Ruth Goodwin; and sixth place, Liz Barrett and Fern Wilson

N/S “B”: First place, Liz Barrett and Fern Wilson; second place, Judy Vespa and Shirley Warren; third place, Ann Sellers and Judy Ashmore; and fourth place, John and Linda Wynes

N/S “C”: First place, Liz Barrett and Fern Wilson; second place, Ann Sellers and Judy Ashmore; and third place, John and Linda Wynes

E/W “A”: First place, Ronald Danilowicz and Richard Evans; second place, Ted and Carol Perlberg; third place, Gaylia Ohlman and Marilyn Lindsay; fourth place, Dick Tuttle and Gary Amundson; fifth place, Richard and Judy Darling; and sixth place, David Morris and Marianne VanBuren

E/W “B”: First place, Ted and Carol Perlberg; second place, David Morris and Marianne VanBuren; third place, Debra Suller and Joan Peterson; and fourth place, Marion Callaghan and Shelagh Peever

E/W “C”: First place, Ted and Carol Perlberg; second place, David Morris and Marieanne VanBuren; third place, Debra Suller and Joan Petterson; and fourth place, Marion Callaghan and Shelagh Peever

Colleges

Dean’s list

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

Delaware Valley College, Doylestown, Pa.

To receive dean’s list honors at Delaware Valley College, students must receive a grade point average of 3.3 or higher.

@datebook city label underlined:Heuvelton

Samantha Weaver

Graduates

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

@datebook city label underlined:Adams

Earns degree: Sarah A. Kneier, Columbia, Pa., a native of Adams, received a master of divinity degree May 18 from Lancaster (Pa.) Theological Seminary. Mrs. Kneier is a member of Wayside Presbyterian Church, Landisville, Pa.

She graduated from South Jefferson Central School, Adams, and received a bachelor’s degree in German and English secondary education from Lebanon Valley College, Annville, Pa. Mrs. Kneier had worked as a middle and high school teacher with the Elizabethtown (Pa.) Area school District, teaching German, English and English as a second language. She served in the music, worship leadership, Christian formation and children’s ministries at Wayside Presbyterian. While in seminary, she served as an intern at Kreutz Creek Presbyterian Church, Hellam, Pa., and at Chestnut Level Presbyterian Church, Quarryville, Pa. She received the Rural Church Prize for “notable achievement in the field of rural church” for her work as an intern at Chestnut Level.

She serves the Presbytery of Donegal as pulpit supply and will complete clinical pastoral education at Lancaster General Hospital in the fall.

She and her husband, David, have one son, Ansel. Mrs. Kneier is the daughter of Donald L. Klingensmith Jr. and Virginia L. Klingensmith of Mount Joy, Pa.

@datebook city label underlined:Croghan

Receives degree: Nicole M. Wolff, Croghan, received a master’s degree in psychology from Sage Graduate School, Troy, on May 18. She graduated in 2010 from SUNY Cortland with a bachelor’s degree in criminology and is working for the Department of Defense in Washington, D.C.

@datebook city label underlined:Theresa

Receives degree: Jennifer Ann Young, Theresa, received a master’s degree in health care administration recently from Utica College.

@datebook city label underlined:Lowville

Receives degree: Christopher E. Bishop, Lowville, received a medical doctorate from the Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine, Blacksburg, Va., on June 1. Dr. Bishop will begin his emergency medicine residency at St. John’s Medical Center, Westlake, Ohio, in July. He graduated in 2005 from Lowville Academy and Central School and in 2009 from SUNY Geneseo, with a degree in biology with honors. Mr. Bishop, son of Wayne Bishop and Dawn Lawman, Lowville, is the grandson of Pat Bishop, Ogdensburg.

@datebook city label underlined:Pillar Point

Receives degree: Linda Sauter Velto, Cary, N.C., received a master of divinity degree, summa cum laude, from Hood Theological Seminary, Salisbury, N.C., on May 11. Mrs. Velto is the daughter of Roy and Shirley Sauter, Pillar Point, formerly of Black River, and wife of Bill Velto, formerly of Watertown. The couple has two children, Alex and Margaret. Rev. Velto is a minister at Good Shepherd United Church of Christ, Cary, a teacher at Cary (N.C.) Academy and is seeking a full time pastorate in a UCC congregation.

@datebook city label underlined:Winthrop

Earns degree: Meghan Lalonde, daughter of Scott and Robin Lalonde, Winthrop, received a juris doctorate from New York Law School, Manhattan, after completing studies in law and journalism. She graduated in 2006 from Parishville-Hopkinton Central School, Parishville, and received a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Purchase College.

Ms. Lalonde has accepted a position as the social media manager and digital editor of New York Law School.

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