Brittney Bullock, daughter of Wayne and Linda Bullock, is the valedictorian of the Class of 2014. Brittney has been a four year member of the varsity Basketball Team, a three year member of the Spirit Team, and has also participated in varsity soccer and Unified Track. In addition to athletics, Brittany was inducted into the National Honor Society in her sophomore year, she served as Junior Class secretary, and she has been a member of the Student Leadership Team for three years. Brittany has collected numerous accolades for academics and athletics in her four years at Epping High School, among those are the Harvard Book Award, the Marine Corps Distinguished Athlete Award, the NH Basketball Coaches Organization All-Academic Team Award, the NHIAA Scholar Athlete Award, the Epping Varsity Basketball Coaches Award, New Hampshire Scholars Award, and Top Ten Award for all four years of high school. At Epping High’s 2014 Awards Night, Brittney received the US Army Reserve National Scholar Athlete Award, the Advance Placement Statistics Award, and the EHS Top Female Athlete Award. Brittney will be attending the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences majoring in Premedical Health Studies in the Physician Assistant Program.
Jillian Venuti, daughter of David Venuti and Anne-Marie Carney and Mike Carney, is the salutatorian of the class of 2014. Jillian has been a three year member of EHS Student Government, National Honor Society, Science Club, and Student Leadership Team. She also served on the prom committee, yearbook club, and participated in Project SEARCH. Jillian was a member of the Cross-Country team for all four years of high school and also competed in winter track for two years and spring track for three years. In 2013 she received the Marine Corps Distinguished Athlete Award, the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Math & Science Award, and the EHS Accounting Award. Jillian also received the EHS Top Ten Award for four years, a New Hampshire Scholars Award, and the NHIAA Scholar Athlete Award. At the 2014 EHS Awards Night, Jillian received the Pat Murch Female Sportsmanship Award, the EHS Physics Award, and the EHS Accounting Award. Jillian was accepted to Bentley University, Bryant University, Emmanuel College, Stevenson University, and will be attending the University of Massachusetts- Lowell to study Accounting.
Cassidy Garrow, daughter of Lyle and Donna Garrow, is a New Hampshire Scholar and a four year recipient of the Presidential Award for Academic Excellence. Cassidy was a member of the EHS Volleyball Team for four years and the EHS Basketball Team for four years. She also played two years of varsity softball and participated in unified track for two years. In 2014 she received the NHIAA Scholar Athlete Award for excellence in academics and athletics and the NH Basketball Coaches Organization All-Academic Team Award. Cassidy served as the class treasurer for four years and was also a member of the prom committee, Spanish club, and Student Leadership Team. In her senior year Cassidy was inducted into the National Honor Society and also participated in Project SEARCH. In 2013 Cassidy received the St. Anselm College Book Award. At the 2014 EHS Awards Night, Cassidy was the recipient of the US Marine Corps Scholastic Excellence Award and the EHS Honors Spanish V Award. In the fall Cassidy will attend Keene State College for Athletic Training.
Nathan Cameron, son of Michael and Maria Cameron, is a four year recipient of both the EHS Top Ten Award and the Presidential Award for Academic Excellence. Nathan has been a four year member of the Epping varsity Baseball Team and in his junior year received the Coaches Award. At previous EHS Awards Nights, Nathan received the EHS Geometry Award and the EHS Health and Physical Education Award. At the 2014 Awards Night, Nathan was the recipient of the US Army Reserve National Scholar Athlete Award for his outstanding accomplishments in academics and athletics. Nathan was accepted to Lyndon State College, Plymouth State University, New England College, the University of Southern Maine, and the University of Maine at Presque Isle where he will attend to study Criminal Justice and compete on the UMPI Owl’s baseball team.
Minette Cantrall, daughter of Rose Julien, is Senior Class President and National Honor Society President. Minette, a four time recipient of the Presidential Award for Academic Excellence and a three year recipient of an EHS Top Ten Award, received the Society of Women Engineers Award for excellence in math and science in 2013. She is recognized as a New Hampshire Scholar and, at the 2014 EHS Awards Night, was honored with an Advanced Placement History Award and a Project SEARCH Award. Minette has been an integral member of EHS Student Government for three years and a member of the Science Club for four years. Outside of school she spends most of her free time participating in horseback riding. In the fall Minette will attend the University of New Hampshire with a major in Biochemistry, Cellular, & Molecular Biology; she aspires to earn her PhD in the field of Biochemistry.
Lauren Goulet, daughter of Fernand and Carol Goulet, is a four year recipient of the Presidential Award for Academic Excellence and the EHS Top Ten Award. At the 2014 EHS Award Night Lauren received an award for her participation in Project SEARCH. In 2013 Lauren received the Mt. Holyoke College Book Award and previously received awards for EHS Civics and EHS Sophomore English. Lauren has been involved in many school activities over her four years including Science Club, Improv Club, Art Club, French Club, Yearbook Club, Student Government, and Chorus. In the fall Lauren will attend Great Bay Community College to study Biotechnology.
Kelly Seaman, daughter of Tom and Karen Seaman, was recently honored with the Daughters of the American Revolution Good Citizen Award from the Exeter Chapter of the DAR. In 2013 she received the St. Michael’s College Book Award. At the 2014 EHS Awards Night, Kelly was the recipient of the History Award and the Senior English Award; she also received awards for New Hampshire Scholars and for her participation in Project SEARCH. Additionally, Kelly is a four time recipient of the Presidential Award for Academic Excellence and a two time recipient of the EHS Top Ten Award. Kelly has been a member of the EHS Varsity Spirit Team for four years of high school, participating in all fall and winter seasons. In her junior year she received the Blue Devil’s Award for Fall Spirit. In her senior year she received the Leadership Award for Fall Spirit and the Dedication Award for Winter Spirit. At the recent EHS Awards Night Kelly received the athletic department’s Lisa West Spirit and Involvement Award. Kelly has also been involved with the Student Leadership Team for three years and played varsity softball for three years. Kelly was accepted to Gettysburg College, St. Michael’s College, St. Anselm College, and the University of New Hampshire- where she will attend to study History with a minor in European Cultural Studies.
Ngoc Tran, daughter of John Le and Hai Duong Thi Tran, is a four year EHS Top Ten Award winner, a New Hampshire Scholar, and a four time recipient of the Presidential Award for Academic Excellence. Ngoc has been a four year member of the EHS Volleyball Team and also participated in Spring Track and Unified Track. She is a two year member of the Math Team, she participated in Chess Club, Yearbook Club, and Student Government. Ngoc was accepted to the University of Maine, the University of Rhode Island, Emmanuel College, the University of Hartford, and she will attend the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences with a major in Premedical Studies.
Joseph Leclerc, son of Mark and Jen Leclerc, is a standout student and athlete. He has played varsity football for four years and served as team captain in his senior year. He was selected as team MVP in 2013 and was also selected to compete in the 2014 Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl at Dartmouth College. In addition to football, Joe competed on the Spring Track team and was a two year member of the Student Athletic Leadership Team. Joe attended the Seacoast School of Technology for two years in the Building Construction Technologies program and was recently inducted into the National Technical Honor Society. At the 2014 EHS Awards Night, Joe received a New Hampshire Scholars Award, Top Ten Award, Presidential Academic Excellence Award, and the athletic department’s Jude Keenan Male Sportsmanship Award. In the fall Joe will be attending Fitchburg State University to study Industrial Technology and compete on the FSU Falcons football team.
Jamie Roy, daughter of John Roy and Laurie Chase, was a three year member of the varsity EHS Softball Team and served as team captain in her senior year. In her sophomore year she was the recipient of the Softball Coaches Award. Jamie also received the NHIAA Scholar Athlete Award in 2014 for her achievements in academics and athletics. In her junior year, she was a recipient of the Society of Women Engineers Award for excellence in math and science. At the 2014 EHS Awards Night, Jamie received the EHS Advanced Placement Chemistry Award as well as a New Hampshire Scholars Award. Jamie was accepted to the University of Tampa and Coastal Carolina University. She will be attending the University of Tampa with a double major in Marine Science and Chemistry.
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Sanborn Regional High School Class of 2014 held commencement exercises in the school gymnasium with the School Song, “Dear Old Sanborn” etched in their minds. Ready for the big moment are friends, from left, Kylee Pailes, Fremont; Devlin McIntire, Fremont; and Lexi Kalinowski, Newton.
The family of Sanborn Regional High School graduate, Haley Malloy, center, turned out in force to witness the 2014 graduation commencement ceremonies held in the school gymnasium. Pictured above, from left, Kay Malloy, grandmom; Scooter Malloy, dad; Michele Naismith, mom; Haley; Mr. Malloy, grandpa; Christine Campbell, aunt; and Carol Howard, aunt. Haley is a NH Scholar and member of the National Honor Society.
Kingston, NH — Miriam O. (Graham) Graham, 84, a resident of Kingston since 2001, and former longtime resident of Grafton, Mass., died peacefully, surrounded by her family, on July 11, 2014, following a long illness.
LAWRENCE — Marie Rose (Robidoux) Audy, passed away at her home surrounded by her family, after suffering a stroke in April. She was born in Lawrence and was the daughter of the late Rose A. (Betit) and Alfred Robidoux, originally of Quebec, Canada. She was predeceased by her husband of 28 years, Armand Joseph Audy, who passed away on June 28, 1976.