Students from across Northern Warren County graduated recently from various colleges, many of them with special honors.
Graduating from the State University of New York at New Paltz recently were:
Kelcey Noble of Lake George, with a degree in biology; Joshua White of Warrensburg, with a degree in journalism; and Sara Pfau of Diamond Point, who received a graduate degree in metal.
Graduating from Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, were two students from Warrensburg: Ashton Frulla, with a bachelor of sciences degree with Cum Laude honors, and Vincent Newell, with a bachelor ofarts degree, Magna Cum Laude honors. Brooke Winters of Lake George received a bachelor of sciences degree from the college.
Earning a masters degree inl iberal sstudies from Excelsior College recently was Nathalie Martineau of Diamond point.
Patrick Nicholas Labruzzo of Lake George was recently awarded a bachelor of science in bbiology from Salve Regina University. The college is located in Newport, R.I..
Rebecca Sainato, daughter of Rich and Karen Sainato, former residents of Chestertown, will be graduating from the F. Edward Hebert School of Medicine May 15, in Bethesda, Maryland. She was the valedictorian of the 2001 graduating class of North Warren High School. After graduation, Rebecca reported to the Tripler Army Medical Center for residency in pediatric medicine, in Honolulu, Hawaii.
McGuire Bennett of Bolton Landing, son of Eric and Amiie Bennett, has graduated from Hartwick College with a bachelor of aarts degree in political science. At Hartwick, he participated in student-to-student peer mentoring, varsity football, and varsity baseball.
Alyssa Raine of Chestertown was named to dean's list at the College of Saint Rose for sspring 2010.
Kristine N. Smith of Diamond Point graduated from SUNY Canton recently with an associate's degree. In her studies, she concentrated in veterinary science technology, and was awarded the dean's list for spring 2010. Smith is a 2008 graduate of Warrensburg Central School.
Elizabeth Kenny of Lake George was named to the dean's list for spring 2010 at Quinnipiac University.