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Lake George honors group exhibit character, leadership

LAKE GEORGE - Representing excellence in academics, community service, leadership and athletics, nine students have been named to the Class of 2010 Honors Group at Lake George High School.

Taylor Dawson, daughter of Richard Dawson of Lake George, is the treasurer of National Honor Society and Spanish Honor Society. Taylor is also a member of Business Honor Society. She received the George Eastman Young Leaders award as a Junior. Taylor is the president of Varsity Club and is the co-historian of Future Business Leaders of America. She has participated in community activities such as Relay-for-Life and the Make-a-Wish Foundation. She is a two-year member of the Varsity Field Hockey team, a four-year member of Varsity Softball, an Adirondack League All-Star for both sports and an All-Area Second Team All-Star for softball. She plans to attend Florida Gulf Coast University this fall to major in Business.

Margaret Devlin, daughter of Thomas and Catherine Devlin of Lake George, has been a class officer and member of Student Council. She was a member of Honor societies throughout high school, and Senior Art Honor Society. She has also been a member of French Club and French Honor Society, serving as the vice president for the past year. She is currently a member of Future Business Leaders of America and Art Club. Margaret has been on the Varsity Alpine Ski Team for the past two years. Her artwork was accepted at a regional juried art exhibition and she also received the Rochester Institute of Technology Innovation and Creativity Award. Margaret plans on attending Rochester Institute of Technology this fall studying Business and Finance.

Ethan Dunn, son of Tabor and Stacie Dunn of Lake George, is a member of the National Senior Honor Society, Technology Club, Academic Quiz Bowl, Jazz Ensemble, and Band. This year he is participating in the New Visions Engineering program. He received the Clarkson Leadership Award, the Middlebury College Book Award, and the Technology Student of the Year Award for 2009. Also, he's earned the rank of Eagle Scout. Ethan plans on attending Clarkson University this fall to major in Mechanical Engineering, with a minor in Business/Entrepreneurship.

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