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Blue Mountain Lake
Honored: John and Margot Ernst, New York City and North Hudson, received the Harold K. Hochschild Award from Adirondack Museum at Blue Mountain Lake at a July 28 ceremony at the museum. The award is given in memory of the museums founder, Harold Hochschild.
John and Margot Ernst are involved in public service through their work with non-profit organizations in New York State and the North Country. They own a resort near North Hudson.
The following north country residents recently were named to the deans list at their colleges or universities:
Berklee College of Music,
To receive deans list honors at Berklee College of Music for the spring semester, students must receive a grade point average of 3.4 or higher.
Enrolled at college
Storm Fulmer, son of Donald and Beth Fulmer, Clayton, graduate of Thousand Islands High School, Clayton
Lebanon Valley College,
Matthew J. Healy, digital communications major, graduate of Salmon River Central School, Fort Covington
The following north country residents recently received degrees from their colleges or universities:
Receives masters: Anna Maria Luisi, Seneca Falls, received a masters degree in music education with a conducting emphasis in July from Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colo. Miss Luisi graduated in 2008 from Ithaca College with a bachelors degree in music education with an emphasis in vocals. She teaches vocal music for grades seven through 12 at Mynderse Academy, Seneca Falls, where she is also adviser to the drama club. Miss Luisi is the daughter of Rev. Paul and Mary Luisi, 408 Bugbee Drive, Watertown.
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