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Eagle-bulletin. ([Fayetteville, N.Y.]) 1979-current, July 17, 1985, Image 18

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I Little Learners Ceremony The Little Learners School. 7171 Mott'Rd., Fayetteville. recently held a graduation ceremony for its four and five year olds and a school play that featured ail students in a production of \Sesame Street Comes Alive.\ The graduates were Dene Andrews, Alyssa Barker, Sean Burr, Brandi Casimiro, Erin Crowe, Brody Dersch. Kirsten Epoch. Bridget Ev^dy. Dennis Fong, Jennifer~XJardner, Billy Gerber, Dallas Gooden, Jordan Greaney, Derek Gustafson, Scott Hopkins, Natalie Hsieh, Erica Kimnach, Jordan Kuhl. Bobby Logan. Jill MacConnell, Lynn Mapstone, Taina Muniz, Jason Purdy. Kelly Rechless, Angela Rixford. Arte SLrowatka, Aric Szatanek, and\ Richard Walton. Former Resident Graduates Matt Telfer. son of Millard and Joelyn Stone, former resi­ dents of Fayetteville, graduated from Sylvania (Ohio) South view High School on June 9. While at Fayetteville- Manlius. he was a member of the cross country, winter, and spring track teams. At Sylvania in bis senior year, he was cap­ tain of the cross country and spring track programs. He re­ ceived the Ohio Northern Lakes League Athlete Scholar award, given to seniors who have cumulative high academic hon ors while participating in sports'' He also rece-ived the Coaches award for the fall cross country season, given for leadership, at­ titude and commitment to a sport. He achieved his varsity letters in both crosscountry and spring track and field An honor roll student, he also received the school's Certificate of Honor in a foreign language, and was awarded $100 for excel­ lence in Spanish The family lived on Redfield Ave until moving to the Tqledo suburb of Sylvania in November 1983 He will continue his edu­ cation at Bowling Green Uni­ versity in the fall where he has been accepted into the honors programs Set Conference \Literature for Young Chil­ dren\ a conference for adults who work with children, will in­ clude three evening workshops. July 24. July 29 and August 9 For registration information, contact Kaye Lindauer. School of Information Studies. Syra­ cuse University, at 423-2911 Nineteen kindergarteners received diplomas from Creative Environment Day School In Fayetteville at graduation exercises Friday evening, June 21. The graduates are, left to right: front row, Casey Orcutt, Meghan Lomonoco, Jessica Carpenter, Peter (Mickey) Kehoskfe, Jaciyn Kerllng, Adam Amldon, Julie Unville, Stephanie Beard and Amy Rossi; second row; Brian Curtln, Jeremiah Newton, Chad McNab, Jennifer Crelghton, Jeff Pine and David Tourvllle. and third row; Christopher Von Seggern, Fawwaz Mohiuddin, Steven Finch and Jeanne Cox. The teachers are Susan Voss and Trina Cohen. r The Summer Theater Festival of Syracuse-) presents DIAMOND STUDS SULLIVAN - NYE PRODUCTIONS July 17-21 Wtefa—day — Saturday ftOO pm Sunday £00 pm Tickets at the One Center Bo> Office 411 Montgomery Sire* Syracuse New Yort TtS-42S-?CT STJSOPtsyt t&SO Minicab Summerfest85 cultural resources council The Catfar* Rnourcn CouncM eppcxaiw 9* coopfrtoo o< CCNTRO In Suwtntftwrt tsi next MASS APPEAL PLAYHOUSE 30 July 24-28 Graduation exercises were June 13 for the children at the Little Green Schoolhouse of Fayetteville. The graduates were, from left: middle, Yoshio Kaneko, Michael McGinnls, Joshua DeBottls, and Samy Lampuri, and bottom row, Jennifer Helster, Erin Groeger, Andrea Jakubowlcz, Jenny Miller, Theresa Zambrano and Rebecca Oot Staff members are* back row, from left: Betsy Wlstrup, director and teacher, Carol Ann Grldley, student teacher, and Kathy Carpenter, teacher. PlanPig Roast The Onondaga Deputy Sheriffs Benevolent Assn. will hold its second annual pig roast from 6 to 9 pm . July 26 at the Spinning Wheel Restaurant on Thompson Rd.. North Syracuse The event is open to the pub­ lic, and tickets will be available at the door There will be door prizes, games, food and music by Golden Gate. CAZENOVIA JEWELRY ' 'Quality, Service, Design * * -Come in and discover our new service now offered on the premises by our staff of skilled jewelers SERVICES INCLUDE Suing Assembling Rctippmg and Rebuilding Prongs Gem Selling of all types Read Resin ngmg Engraving—Hand and Machine Free Oeantng and Inspecting Custom Casting Cleaning, polishing *nd Reflmshing Gold Plating Custom Design in Silver and gold Costume Jewelry Repairs Chain Repairs t Free Estimates Remounting—Choose from our large selection of gold mountings For custom designs call our designer. Susan A. Machamcr to make an appointment CAZENOVIA JEWELRY 49 Albany Si . Cazenovia. NY IJ0J5 ? 15-655-9114 HOURS—Mon Fn 9- JO to < 40 Sal 9 tOlu* 00 MasterCard/Vis*American Enpress ^ Frank Fernandez LeMoyne Prof. Honored Frank Fernandez, professor of accounting and chairman of that department at LeMoyne Col­ lege, spent the 1984-85 academic year on sabbatical re­ searching condominium ac* counting — and collecting awards. Three plaques were presented to him during his leave He re­ ceived the Honorary Member­ ship award in the American In­ stitute of Certified Public Ac­ countants in appreciation and recognition of continuing con­ tributions to the profession The Syracuse Chapter of the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants presented Mr. Fernandez with a plaque in recognition and appreciation of service to the accounting profes­ sion \as educator, practitioner and community leader.\ Finally, the American Academy of Higher Education, of Washington. DC, recognized Mr Fernandez for outstanding achievement in promoting ac­ counting education. Mr Fernandez who lives at 122 Wynthrop Rd.. So Way, will retire from LeMoyne at the close of the 1985-86 academic year after 36 years of teaching.

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