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The Altamont Enterprise — Thursday, June 30, 1983 GCHS Awards . .. (Continued from Page 8) theory: Kristen Lyngard, Audrey Daly. SCIENCE Outstanding effort and achieve- ment: 9th Grade Science: Amy Adam- son, Carol Bonner, Lee Carmen, Joe Center, Joanne Dayter, Bill Dillon, Michelle Fitzgerald, Bill Harris, Larisa Lennebecker, Michael Markham, Michael Palm- er, Jennifer Pikul, Ken Preisser, Ronnie Sills, Diane Tryon, Eliza- beth Tarpinian, Vic Beattie, Michelle Ferris, Laurie Kleiner, Deirdre Murphy, Dan Foley, Bill Lia, Brian McLaughlin, Alex Plocharczyk, John VanStone, Russ Campbell, Monica Casey, Jeff Cohen, Jeannie Deitz, Mark Houghton, Mickey Levernois, Cindy Almy, Lori Barrett, Mark Evanchuk, Don Jones, Joyce Ryu, Karen Yook, Lauri Spargo, Michelle Morwin, Dorothy Pa- chucki, Andrew Young, Liesl Zwicklbauer, Tim Anderson, Alex- ander Brownstein, Don Haviland, Frances McCumber, Stephen Kil- cher, Mark Feigenson, Elizabeth Brady, Brian Hoffman, Alicia Mackey. Academic Excellence inS.U.P. A. Biology: Students who have earned an average of 96 or better are Gayle Benson, Doris DeAlleaume, Julia Han. Regents Biology: Audrey Pagan, Glen Titus, Tony Ucci, Don Wisniewski, Maureen Cohan, Mike Seo; Special award for consistent effort and application to duty - MikeSeo; 9th Grade: Tom Stone, Philip •Fratterrigo, Vanessa Keite!, Robert Murray, Lisa Mahoney, Shaffer Mahoney, Jon Wettergreen. 10th Grade: Carl DeCesare, Kim Russett; general biology, 10th Grade, Robert Person, Jeff Walter, Jim Cowman, Jeff Macintosh, Dave Moore. Regents biology, high achieve- ment and effort, grade 9 and 10, Brian Lane* Kate Gaffney, Joann Wright, Michele DiGiandcmenic, Eric Lane, Aaron Zulick, Evonne Roush, Paul Salerno; Eric Sills, Marie Oppedisano, Pamela Spink, Tim Keating, Bruce Mereness, Scott Cahill, Tara Flynn, Mike Gordon, Eric Quadrini, Bob Traut- man. Awarded to students with aver- ages of 91 or above: Regents biology: Diane Carey, Thomas Jones, Deborah Janiga, Leslie McMorris, Jennifer Mele, Christine Stone, Brian Whitlbck, Theresa VanBuren, Susan Zuk. Chemistry, for effort and achievement: Anne Bourgeois, Virginia Cummings, John Dan- sereau, Patricia Frank, James LeBrou, Sandra Freiberg, James Liotta, Harry Moisidis, Dean Nixon, Doug Forand, Gene Napier- ski, Patricia Williams. Regents chemistry, effort and achievement: Michael Murphy, Darin Krauss, Surjya Das, Megan Kelly, SueDelamater, Amy Cohen, Pat Sofarelli, Kim Keil, Connie Bonner. 10th Grade: David Cheng, Andy Frobig, Chris Indilicato, Vic Myer, Peter Drake, Jason Frank, Tom Golonka,. Alysson Green, Eric Hartmark, Mike Lee, Chris Leu- pold, John Prodafikas, Norman Sager. General Physiology, effort and achievement: Mary Carberry, Carol Davis, Gregory Giso, Diana Marshman, Roxann Warner. Excellence in physiology: Shari Aronson, Lynn Cunningham, Mary Davis, Jennifer Drake, Dana Dumont, Mary Ann Dunham, Jill Fortin, Patrice Goodnow, Robin Grubs, Jodi Knoll, Bridget Reilly, David Robillard, Laurie Siegfried, Jennifer Wilson, Lisa Zwinge. Grade 10: Stephanie Fonda, Brenda Reilly. General Physics, effort and achievement: Chris Higley, Joe Kearsing, Colleen McCartan, Don McCumber, Jan Raeder, Mike Remmert. Physics, effort and achieve- ment: Dan Jacques, Dave Moss, Aaron Perkus, Ann Pickering, Armand Quadrini, Bill Reid, Wendy Molle. Bausch and Lomb Science Award, given to the top four year science student: Doris DeAlle- aume. SOCIAL STUDIES 9th Grade: Margaret Barr, David Carey, Peter Felger, Michele Ferris, Don Haviland, Steve Kilcher, Alicia Mackey, Amanda Northrup, Jared Ruth- man, Dan Salkin, Andy Young, Liesl Zwicklbauer. 11th Grade: Ken Manley, Donna Teal, Shari Aronson, Ed Gregory, Carta Biviano, Gene Napierski, Melissa Steen, John VanBuren, Ed Johnson, Dean Nixon, Patricia Williams, John Kalisz, Marguerita Halsdorf, Wayne Phillips, Julie Berry, Greg Giso> Vince Lahart, Greg Lenegar, Tom Sgambellone, Mike Banuls, John Holoday, Roger Sanders, Sheila Byrne, Bill Reid, Kris Robillard, Cindy Tarail, Natalie Zacek, Ginny Cummings, Jim LeBrou, Wendy Molle, Andre O'Neil, Aaron Perkus, Lisa Prus- cinski, . Warren Eedlich, Dave Robillard, Dave.Moss, Carl Ren- shaw, Anne Bourgeois, Robert Greisemer, Jennifer Liu, Jennifer Wilson, Amy Cohen, Cathy Geof- froy, Elisabeth Strom, Paul Vec- chia, Harry Moisidis, Diana David- son, James Keil, Sue Delamater, Chris Redmond, Jill Fortin, Casey Farley;. 12th grade independent study: Julia Han; Diane Betlejeski, Andrea Silver. Economics: John Muller, Kevin Byrne. Social Problems: Trish Curry, Aliette Charles, Jeanne Williams, Joanne Sikorski, Chris Higley, Sara Winters. Consumer economics: Dawn Brittle, Steve Martins, Cindy Cushman, Trish Curry, Sue Las- selle, Kim Fyvie, Tim O'Connor, Amy Longshore, Jeanne Williams, Kristin Carter, Kourtney Dayton, Donna Beach, Michelle Country- man, Colleen McCartan. Psychology: Kara Conway, Kevin Anderson, Keira Leonard, Lauren Esposito, Jeff Kline, Amy Longshore, Doris DeAlleaume, Robin Grubs, Sue Maioriello, Sheila Costih, Stephanie Mardon, Linda Reschke, James Walter, Mike Geoffroy, Jodi knoll. Anthropology: Jodi Arneson, Jeff Kline, Mike Geoffroy, Jennifer Wilson. Job Orientation: Nancy Gray, Jill Keenan, Melinda Markarwich, Kevin Doherty, Joe Kearsing, Don McCumber, Dawn Sano, Jennifer Wander. Political Science: Tony Commis- so, Jim Walter, Laura Buckley, Jennifer Drake, Mary Ann Dun- George W. Frueh Sons Fuel OeS a Kerosene •Fuel Oil $1.00 a gallon* Cash On!)? M^a^Sl* Cash Only 436-1090 Duo to Market Conditions, Call for Today's Prices ham, Tom Gula, Cynthia Cush- man. Sociology: Dan Jacques, Linda Reschke, Marie Alfonso, Sue Maioriello, Robin Grubs, Kevin Byrne, Leah Myers, Lisa Otter- ness. Sociology (Project Advance): Ddris DeAlleaume, Bonnie Cohen, Sheila Costin, Jodi Arneson. HEALTH EDUCATION For effort and achievement, grades 9 and 10: James Alston, Kris Carter, Valerie Flis, Jackie Gaffney, John VanBuren, Megan Kelly, Sharon Aylward, Jenn Battista, Sandra Freiberg, Pat Williams, Robyn Suhr, Rich Evans, Glenn Wright. BOCES The BOCES Vo-Tec Incentive Awards sponsored by Ray's Bar- ber Shop, Altamont, are presented annually to the outstanding junior and senior at the Albany Vo-Tec Center. Julie Berry (junior), Cosmeto- logy I and Cheri Audino (senior), Cosmetology II. Outstanding achievement at the Vo-Tec Center with an average of 90 or better: Cherie Audino, Cosmetology II; Julie Berry, Cosmetology I; Kim Bonneau, Cosmetology II; Troy Bucher, Auto Mechanics I; Tracy Cicardi, Building Trades II; Mark Davis, Welding I; Gloria Grey, Practical Nursing I; William Krell, Welding I; Bill LaPlante, Welding II; Deborah O'Keefe, Cosmetology I; Jerome Opatkiewicz, Kitchen Ser- vices; Ray Plant, Auto Mechanics I. INDUSTRIAL ARTS Industrial Arts Award recogni- tion for outstanding achievement by high school industrial arts staff awarded to Sue Lasselle. Dick Ferraioli Inc. award to Chris Higley (to a Senior for craftsmanship, citizenship and scholarship). Guilderland Pump Sales and Service Inc. Award to a under- classman for* craftsmanship, citi- zenship and scholarship: Carl Renshaw. Edward Munson Memorial Award for exemplary achievement and interest in Industrial Arts staff: Sue Lasselle. 9th Grade Team A, 15th Annual Colonie Industrial Arts Exhibit, honorable mention in Photography I, Becky Donate and 3rd place finish, Jeff Davis, plastics; Intro- duction to Wood, Dave Evans, Mike Relyea, Metal I, Richard Usher; Mechanical Drawing I, Lee Carman, Amy Adamson. 9th Grade Team B, 15th Colonie exhibit, honorable mention in photography, Lisa Lio; first place, Shawn Ryder, elect, comm., first place; James Scott, Plastics. 9th Grade Team B: Recognition to Introduction to Wood, Shawn Ryder; plastics, Jim Stott, photo- graphy, Lisa Leo; recognition for Liz Langdon, Rich Taylor, Dan Blagriff, Steve Kilcher. 9th Grade Team C, 15th Colonie exhibit: honorable mention in photography, Lori Barrett; Intro- duction to Wood, Kathy Regels; electronic communications, Vic Beattie; Mechanical Drawing I, Russell Campbell, Mickey Lever- no, Jon Wettergreen; photography, Lori Barrett. 10th Grade, 15th Colonie exhibit: honorable mention, photography, Sean Dine, Bill Meyer; plastics, first prize, Sue Thurm; electronic communications, third place, Chris Duncan, 1st place, Ron Levin, Kevin Kokosa; plastics, 3rd place, Bill Freiermuth, electronic communications, 1st place, Robert Frank. Recognition, plastics, Sue Thurm, electronic communica- tions, Jason Franke, Bill Johns, Glen Titus, Donald Wisniewski, Bob Frank, Matt Antilla; electron- ics, Donald Wisniewski, Glen Titus. 11th and 12th grades, 15th Colonie exhibit: photography, 1st place, Ned Mataraso, Kourtney Dayton^ Jeff Kline, Carl Renshaw, and third place, Bob Giombetti; special recognition in creative wood to Bill LaPlante, Harold Stott, Wayne LaFave, Brian San- ders; industrial wood, Greg Lene- gar, John Murphy, Mike Pienia- aek, Lisa Christman; Mechanical Drawing II, Amy Longshore, Dan Jacques; Mechanical Drawing I, Sue Lasselle,, Harold Stott; mechanical drawing I, Harold Stott, Ed Horick, Steve Kibrick, Carl Renshaw, Dave Robillard; drafting graphics, Scott Jones, Lee Jewett, Bill Reid, Darin Krauss; photography, Alisa LaMountain, Carl Renshaw, Ed Horick, Renee Eggleston, Kourtney Dayton, Jeff Kline, Ned Mataraso, Kara Con- way, Bob Giombetti, Steve Mar- tins; auto service, Andrew Shinas; transportation, Chris Higley; elec- tronics, Dave Hoffman, Ed John- son; electricity, Scott Armstrong, Calvin Crosier, Tom Hall; techni- cal math, Steve Coons; Metal II, Arthur Bellick, Mike Flannery, Steve Martin, Jeff Roberts, Chris Duncan; Introduction to Wood, Mark Clement; Mechanical Draw- ing I, Allen Miller, Wendy Leizer; drafting graphics, Kyle Hawk, Sue Zuk; photography, Kelly DeRonde, Sue Zuk, Sean Dineen, Carolyn Stutz, Joann Wright; power mechanics, Peter Lynch. To Pursue Ph.D. Degree Through SUNY Fellowship Patricia (Pat) Ferraioli of Westmere was granted a presiden- tial fellowship to pursue her doctorate in political science with a major in political theory and a minor in international relations and American politics. While a graduate student at SUNYA she was a recipient of an assistantship and was a legislative liaison between SUNYA and the New York State legislature. A magna cum laude graduate from SUNYA in 1981, she received her master's degree in 1983 with a cumulative grade point average of 4.0. Pat graduated from Guilder- land High School in 1974 and had the distinction of being the first high school student to run for a seat on the school board. She was defeated by a narrow margin. Pat's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ferraioli, reside on Hawes Read, Altamont. PATRICIA FERRAIOLI Research At R'viMe Institute Lends To New Company Research at the Institute on Man and Science in Rensselaerville on do-it-yourself housing has led to the formation of a new company, Pond Hill Homes. This company is now selling stock to raise capital to go into the production of super- insulated houses. The factory will be located near Uniontown, Pa. In recent years the Institute on Man and Science has been trying to find house plans that mid-to-low- income families could help to build to cut down on the price of a home. It also wanted a house that would be inexpensive to heat and cool. When the Institute realized that such house plans did not exist, it began research. What the research came up with was not being produced by any company, so IMS helped to form Pond Hill Homes, Ltd. Now Pond Hill Homes is a separate company. The Pond Hill home will , be different because it will not have a 2 by 4 frame. This house will have a post and beam frame similar to that used in barns 100 years ago. After erecting the frame the builder-owner attaches interlock- ing panels to the frame. Panels will be made of \sand- wiches\ of sheet metal and safe foam insulation (R-32). The panels will be made with pre-cut window and door openings. Three adults who know how to hammer nails and drive screws can put together a Pond Hill Home in a matter of 350 man-hours. A basic three bedroom Pond Hill Home shell package is expected to cost about $19,000. This price does not include plumbing, electricity, the foundation or the land. Once completed, the yearly heating and cooling bill for a Pond Hill Home built south of Alaska should be $200 or less. The Institute on Man and Science can furnish information on Pond Hill Homes to anyone interested. Write Pond Hill Homes, Ltd., c/o The Institute on Man and Science, Rensselaerville, N.Y. 12147. Carmen-Goody j Vinyl Products, inc. 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