Awards and recognition

McColgan honored for computer work at Alfred graduation

Alfred — Sean McColgan of Kelly Corners was a May 16 graduate of Alfred State SUNY College of Technology located in Alfred where he earned a degree in information technology with a major in computer web development.


Todd will attend NYLA conference

The Rotary Club of Margaretville has announced the selection of Olivia Todd to attend the Rotary Youth Leadership Conference this summer at Hartwick College in Oneonta.


MCS students earn recognition at annual academic banquet

Margaretville Central School held its 13th annual Excellence in Academics Banquet on Monday night to recognize the academic achievements of students in grades seven through 12. In addition to honoring the students who appeared on the honor roll, high honor roll and principal’s list, a number of scholarships and awards were presented.


Students honored for achievements at annual Andes athletic banquet

Andes Central School held its 2009-2010 Athletic Banquet on Wednesday, June 9 during which the school’s top athletes were recognized for their efforts during the 2009-2010 school year. The Excellence in Athletics Award in memory of Bruce Butler was awarded to Karli Tait and Rachel Andrews and Cody Ruff.


Area schools name top grads

Staff report
Area schools have announced their top honor graduates from the Class of 2010.


Margaretville Central School honors student-athletes, coaches at annual banquet

Margaretville Central School held its 17th annual athletic awards banquet Monday night to recognize the achievements of MCS student-athletes and to present a number of end-of-year awards.
In addition to recognizing the various accomplishments of Blue Devil sports teams, individual honors were bestowed with the Henry Dietrich Awards, the Nate Dougherty Memorial Awards and the Most Outstanding Senior Athlete Awards. In addition, the MCS athletic department presented the Distinguished Coaching Award to longtime modified softball coach Bill Fiedler.


Roxbury is chosen as winner of "Re-Store Design Challenge"

Roxbury —After a competitive and lengthy selection process, the hamlet of Roxbury was chosen to host the inaugural “Re-Store Design Challenge,” with “stores” to be unveiled in late July and open every weekend this August. 


LCDR Sanford earns commendation

Fort Dix, NJ — United States Naval Reserve Lieutenant Commander (LCDR) Richard D. Sanford Jr. has been awarded the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal by the Department of the Navy. The medal was awarded on April 14 and presented to LCDR Sanford last weekend at Fort Dix where his reserve unit drills.


Roxbury Cubs celebrated Scouting's 100th year

Cub Scout Pack #41 celebrated the 100th year of the Cub Scouts on March 13 at the Blue and Gold Dinner. Awards were presented to each of the boys at the potluck dinner, which also featured a dessert contest.


RCS team scores at Science Olympiad

Roxbury — The Roxbury Central School Science Olympiad Team claimed six medals and a 10th-place overall finish at the Junior High Science Olympiad State Finals at SUNY New Paltz last weekend. In addition, the Roxbury team, which features students in seventh, eighth and ninth grades, narrowly missed taking home the Best Small School trophy by a mere two places.


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