Celebrations

GARDNER — GFA Federal Credit Union recently held its 77th annual meeting at Mount Wachusett Community College, with the event well-attended by GFA members. As a co-operative owned financial institution, the credit union’s annual meeting is open to all member-owners. GFA’s annual meeting serves...
BOSTON — The following Athol residents have been named to Emerson College’s dean’s list for the spring semester: • Elizabeth Arpide, who is majoring in marketing communications. • Jessica Mann, who is majoring in communication disorders. ——— BARRE — Melissa Cooley, of town, was named to...
POTSDAM, N.Y. — Nate Cooper Hurwitz, of New Salem, a junior at Clarkson University in Potsdam majoring in global supply chain management, received the Commendable Service Award for Juniors during the spring semester.  A limited number of Commendable Service Awards are presented annually to...
YORK, Pa. — Parker Labrie, of Waldorf, Md., will graduate today, Saturday, May 14, with a bachelor of science degree in criminal justice at the York College of Pennsylvania (YCP) commencement ceremonies. While at YCP, Labrie served three years as a resident assistant and four years as a member...
TURNERS FALLS — The following North Quabbin area students were named to the honor roll at Franklin County Technical School for the second trimester: Seniors High Honors Wendell Haley Lowell. Honors Erving Alix Burnett. New Salem Megan Duga. Orange Vanessa Cannon, Victoria...
Linda Racine, right, executive vice president of Rollstone Bank & Trust and United Way of North Central Massachusetts board member, talks with Fitchburg State University interns Chris Crubel, left, and Troy Hatch about 'The 18 Challenge,' which was held at the university Friday to bring awareness to childhood hunger in the region. Students will be challenged to go 18 hours without eating and share their experience. Submitted photo
LEOMINSTER — Thanks to more than 5,000 contributors, United Way of North Central Massachusetts will provide over 100,000 health and human services to 22 local communities, from Athol to Littleton.  Donors and volunteers were recognized during its annual thank-you celebration, held recently at...
Monty Tech SkillsUSA students recently participated in the annual State Leadership and Skills Conference. Submitted photo
FITCHBURG — Montachusett Regional Vocational Technical School students won a total of 14 medals — seven gold, four silver and three bronze — at the SkillsUSA-Massachusetts annual State Leadership and Skills Conference held April 28 to 30 in Marlborough. In addition, sophomore Grace Kirrane of...
GARDNER — Three regional chambers of commerce will honor retiring Mount Wachusett Community College President Daniel M. Asquino during a breakfast celebration on Friday, June 24, from 7:30 to 9 a.m., in the college’s South Café. Speakers will include former state senator Stephen Brewer, who will...
ATHOL — The following students were named to the third quarter honor roll at Athol High School: High Honors Grade 12 Lindsey Hamlett, Callie Jillson. Grade 11 Julia Carey, Francine Morlock-Rajaniemi. Grade 10 Paige Truehart. Grade 9 Mason Barrieau, Carter Cochran, Molly Divoll, ...
ELMIRA, N.Y. — Christian Sawicki, of Erving, has been named to the Elmira College dean’s list for the second term (winter).

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