Newspaper Oswego Valley News July-Nov 1996 - 0166 by yaofenjin

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E.j. Dillon students receive Gold and Silver Stars                                             Schond, Samantha Scranton, Marc Shaben,
    The following students at Emerson J.        Michelle Paczos, Jane Parks, Tara Prior,                                                       Sommers, Holly Speach, Jennifer Thomas,
Dillon School earned Gold or Silver Stars       Tara Rahrie, Julie Rautio, Christopher         Kristopher Socie, Erin Trumble, Jessica         Paul Thomas, Scott Van Valkenburg, Jaime
for the fourth marking period which ended       Rossi, Jennifer Roth, Kyle Sauer, Nicole       Tupper, David Weaver, Hollis Wheeler, and       Wadowiec, Erin White, Jennifer Whorrall,
June 21.                                        Schmidt, Amanda Schmutzler, Ruth Seeley,       Westley Woolridge.                              Michael Wyant, and Andrew Young.
     Gold Stars are awarded to sixth, sev-      Jalene Shafer, James Shaffer, Colleen              Eighth graders who were presented               Earning Silver Stars in eighth grade in-
enth and eighth grade students achieving a      Simmons, Steven Smith, Olivia Thomas,          with Gold Stars were: Stephanie Austin,         cluded: Todd Bateman, John Bennett
quarterly average of 90.0 or above and hav-     Gina Trask, Sarah Vroman, Dana Weiss,          Nicole Avery, Erin Brady, Jennifer Candee,      (Wight), Elaine Branchau, Jennifer Bur-
ing no failing grades for the quarter.          Kimberly Wilcox, Alecia Wilson, Adam           Gina Casler, Heather Checksfield, Lisa          rows, Erin Butler, Amy Caltabiano, Crys-
     Silver Stars are awarded to sixth, sev-    Wood, Aaron Young, and Melissa Ziparo.         Cotiey, Toni DiSalvo, Colleen Familo,           tal Cerio, Amy Dahlin, James Deckman,
enth and eighth grade students who achieve          Silver Star recipients in sixth grade      Crystal Featherly, Erin Griffin, Joshua         Stephen Dunn, Carl Engelmann, Crystal
averages between 85.0 and 89.99 with no        were: Tina Algarin, Jessica Allen, Erica        Hedges, Gregorio Hernandez, Erica               Ernestine, Jamie Faulise, Michael Hanson,
failing grades.                                 Bacon, Renee Becker, Angela Belair, An-        Hildenbrand, Shana Himes, Lisa Hinman,          Andrew Harris, Kevin Hart, Michael
     Students who earned a Gold Star for all   drew Bittel, Ashley Bonetti, Lynn Brown,        John Howard, Matthew Hunt, Philip               Hepfer, Jessica Hoalcraft, Krystal Hudson,
four quarters of the school year received a    James Burnham, Stephanie Bushey, Nicole         Johnson, Kimberly Kedenburg, Lynette            Jeremiah Jezerski, Bridget Knox, Jessica
Gold Star Pin in June, while those earning      Caltabiano, Adam Candee, Laura Carr,           Klotz, Robert Kneeskern, Kimberly Kost,         Langdon, Nicole Lee, Wendell Lupton,
a mixture of gold and silver stars or four      Keith Cary, Jessica Churchill (Slate), Emily   Julianne Leavens, Daniel Logee, Tiffany         Michael Lynch, Danielle Menzies, Amanda
silver stars for the year received a Silver     Clark, Michelle Clark, Melissa Coit, Dana      Loveless, Jon Maggiolino, Shawn Mercer,         Merriett, Anthony Munger, Nicole Palmer,
Star Pin. This year a total of 131 Gold Star    Daniels, Brian Demko, Nina Dullen,             Aria Montcrieff, Elizabeth Musumeci,            Michael Perkins, Jared Quesnel, Tanya
Pins and 116 Silver Star Pins were awarded,     Theresa Dullen, Kevin Ellsworth, Shana         Jonathan Peters, Suzanne Pietrowicz,            Renk, Peter Rose, Michelle Roth, Charlene
a reflection of the overall increase in aca-    Faulstick, Marjorie Fureno, Ashley             Stacey Porter, Matthew Prior, Krista            Slate, John Snow, Amanda Thurston, Mat-
demic achievement during the 1995-96            Gabriele, Heather Goodenough, Julianna         Robinson, Sonja Russell, Lauren Sauer,          thew Watson, Lisa Young, and Steven
school year.                                    Gravlin, Nicholas Hanson, Travis Harvey,       Erin Shaffer, Jeffrey Slater, Kristin           Young.
     Sixth graders earning Gold Stars in the   Jeremy Howard, Jeremy Jones, Emily
                                               Kapp, Jeffrey Kilts, Justin Kuhlman, Helen
fourth quarter included: Melinda Au, Am-
ber Bergman, Sarah Bettinger, Rebekah          Mead, Jolene Murray, Megan Napoli, Brian
                                               Phinney, Jennifer Plaza, Wayne Presby,
                                                                                               Shaben attends institute
Bixby, Russell Blair, Timothy Bower, Bar-
bara Briggs, Aleia Bucci, Brian Butler, Jer-
emy Caley, Sarah Callard, Heidi
                                               Ami Pufki, Vaughn Quesnell, Brandie
                                               Rose, Lauren Saikkonen, Sunshine                at St. Louis College of Pharmacy
Caltabiano, J. Patrick Carney, Amanda          Sheltray, George Smith, Kimberly Teska,              Sara Shaben, the daughter of Joe and
                                               Jeff Trumble, Jeremiah Trumble, Jennifer                                                        private, independent, professional institu-
Cartino (Vecchio), Darcy Clary, Miranda                                                         Elaine Shaben of Millard Bassett Rd., Ful-     tion founded 132 years ago. The college
Conger, Courtney Considine, Kaisa              Van Etten, Timothy Warner, and Kristy            ton attended a Pharmacy Career Institute       offers a full liberal arts program in addition
Cummings, Michael Cuyler, Mark Czirr,          Williams.                                        held during the month of June 1996 at the      to the pharmacy curriculum. Enrollment:
Kevin DeLong, Trade DeSantis, Jessica               Seventh graders earning Gold Stars          St. Louis College of Pharmacy in St. Louis,    850. Ms. Shaben will be a senior this fall at
DiSalvo, Kelly Driscoll, Danielle Duquette,    were: Nicole Albro, Gregory Alton, Brett         Mo. A limited number of students were se-      J. C Birdlebough High School in Phoenix.
Kristine Fallon, Amber Featherly, Amy          Amedro, Sadielyn Ashby, Christine                lected on the basis of academic merit
Hansen, Matthew Hoxie, Randi Hughes,           Bateman, Danielle Bliss, John Breen, Toria       achieved in high school, counselor recom-
Darrel Hunter, Japheth Irwin, Wayne            Briggs, Kristina Burrows, Michael Butler,       mendations and motivation to pursue a ca-
Jones, Bridget Kuszaj, Justin Lavigne,         Bridget Caswell, Kathleen Coleman,              reer in pharmacy.
Daniel Lawson, Travis McArthur, Rhonda         Caitlin Connelly, Megan Cook, Justin                 The purpose of the Institute was to pro-
McEvers, Abby McMonagle, Stephen               Crast, Christopher Cromie, Ryan Cromie,         vide information about pharmaceutical
Meier, Damion Millis, Angela Musumeci,          Andrew DenBleyker, Tiffany Duquette,           education and career opportunities.
                                               Jerry Emmons, Nicole Fingland, Diana                 The program included lectures and
                                                Frazier, Christine Granato, Matthew            laboratory sessions conducted by members
                                                Grenier, Mark Hagen, Stephen Heagle,           of the College's faculty, and visits to com-
                                               Kyle Hierholzer (Boyce), Stephanie Huller,
 $360,000 Value Excess                         Diana Hurlbut, Tanya In go Id by, Kimberly
                                                                                               munity and hospital pharmacies as well as
                                                                                               a mail-order pharmacy company to observe
                                               Johnson, Harmon Keener, Amanda                  the roles played by pharmacists in a variety
  New Lighting Auction                         Kenyon, Evan Masterson, Amanda                  of career settings. The program was also
                                               McDougall, James Middleton, Jason Millis,       designed to enable students to experience
 Thurs., July 18,10 A.M.                       MaryJean Narewski, Aaron Nestler, Katie
                                               Petrie, Jessica Poole, Joshua Prior, Tara
                                                                                               campus life.
                                                                                                   The Pharmacy Career Institute is under
         Preview 9-10 A.M.                     Pullam, Timothy Rosenberg, Andrea               the direction of Dr. Donald Rickert, Vice
                                               Scalisi, Christopher Scerbo, Sarah Seeley,      President for Student Affairs and Dean of
   Auctioning Indoor/Outdoor Fix-              Jennifer Smiley, Josephine Smith, Travis        Students. For more information on the In-
                                               Smith, Kerrie Spencer, Kevin Sutherland,        stitute, contact Dr. Rickert or Lisa
   tures, Antique & Polished Brass,            Joy Thomas, Meghan Thomas-Goodman,              Boeschen, Director of Admissions, at (314)
   Black Finished Outdoor Post                 Michelle Thompson, Jessica Trumble, Amy         367-8700 or (800) 278-5267.                                    Sara Shaben
   Lights, Carriage House Lamps,               Walts, Erin Whaley, and Richard Wilborn.            The St. Louis College of Pharmacy is a               attends pharmacy institute
   Hanging Hall & Dining Room
                                                   Receiving Silver Stars for seventh grad-
   Lights, Candelabra Chandeliers.
             Call for terms.
                                               ers included: Nathan Batch, Deric Behling,
                                               Nicholas Bergman, Stefanie Bergman,
                                                                                               Phoenix food pantry and co-op plan celebration
                                               Charlotte Breckenridge, Maria Carista,             This year the Phoenix Area Food Pan-         is open Monday through Friday 9:30 a.m.
                                               Rachel Colella, Summer Correia, Richard         try is five years old and the Phoenix Co-       to noon and serves the Phoenix School Dis-
                                               Curcio, Joshua DeBarth, Aaron Demo,             Op is three years old. Theis will be a cel-     trict. The Phoenix Co-Op is open 11 a.m.
                                               Kenneth Duquette, Jeffrey Evans, Mark           ebration buffet at the First Log Cabin Res-     to 3 p.m. two days a month; one day for
                                               Fisher, Michael Fitzgerald, Michael Francis,    taurant, Culvert Street, Phoenix Sunday,        signup and one day for pickup.
      AUCTION SERVICE, INC.                    Tammy Freytag, Nicole Frost, Joshua             July 21, at 3 p,m. AH present and former
                                               Gates, Margaret Gravelle, Kimberly Ierlan,      volunteers are invited as well as anyone
            2052 Lamson Road                   Jennifer Kurasz, Amber Leeson, Jessica                                                              Both the Pantry and the Co-Op are lo-
         Phoenix, New York 13135                                                               wishing to thank our volunteers, without        cated in the basement of the First Congre-
                                               Liberty, Eric Mason, Daniel McCarthy, Jer-      whom neither non-profit organization
     (315) 678-2542 • 1-800-562-0660           emy Meeks, Anthorty Monaghan, Katie                                                             gational Church, 41 Bridge St., Phoenix.
                                                                                               would be able to operate.                           Reservations are required no later than
                                               Narewski, Angelina Noel, Derek Northrup,            The Pantry is sponsored by the South-
                                               Nichole Raymond, Rosanna Reynolds,                                                              July 12. More information about the cel-
                                                                                               ern Oswego County Council of Churches.          ebration is available by contacting 695-
                                               Christina Rookey, Neal Saarie, Susanne          Staffed entirely by volunteers, the Pantry      3416.


                         ^Christmas in July Auction                                                                                Auction
                                  Friday and Saturday                                                                   6:30 p.m., Thursday, July 18
                                                                                                                                Mexico Auction Bam
                                  July 19 & 20, 7 p.m.                                            Note earlier starting time. We will sell outside for about 1 hour before coming
                                                                                                  into barn. Selling large amt of primitives and household from a Jefferson Co.
      Selling to the highest bidder, all new and guaranteed - name                                farmstead. Pn large iron wheels; horse drawn cultivator, push mowers; many hay
      brand toys - Mattel • Uneeda • Pressman - western - Kenner -                                forks; horse hames; whipple trees; iron pumps; bob sled; wood wheelbarrow;
      Remco - Ertl - Sporting Goods - Electronics - Watches - Gift Wrap                           lime sower, eiec. start snow blower, 1972 Honda motorcycle; hardware and tools.
      - Porcelain Dolls - Nascar - Something for everyone.                                        Also recliners, easy chairs; 2 sets bunk beds; glass top table and chairs; square
        Bring a friend - Restaurant opens l hour before auction                                   oak table; 4 oak T-backs; Duncan Phyfe drop leaf table; wooden washing
                                                                                                  machine; pedal tractor, pine cupboard; maple table; wooden ironing bds.; ceiling
                                                                                                  fixtures; 2 girls' bikes; slot car set; yellowware food mold; 30-pc. set Occ. Jap.
                Family Auction Center                                                             china; other Occ. Jap. pieces; 4 pc. Lenox china; Leslies and Harpers magazines;
            1199 Co. Rte. 57 (2 miles south of Fulton Speedway)                                   malt restaurant cards; comic books from 70's and 80's; 78 rpra records; large set
                        Between Fulton & Phoenix                                                  Syracuse O.P. china. We have a 221 moving van loaded, so expect much more.
                (315) 695-2059 • Std. 10% Buyers Premium                            Cash
                       Ron L. Wheeler CAl - Auctioneer                                                          Earl Johnson Auction Service
              YARD SALE Every Friday, Saturday and Sunday                                                                      592-2982 or 963-3661
              Sellers welcome $5.oo per day - Bring your own table
THE VALLEY NEWS - Monday, July 15,1996 • Page 10

								
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