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Eagle-bulletin. ([Fayetteville, N.Y.]) 1979-current, March 05, 1986, Image 10

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d) o> a a. Regents College ID 00 o> w j= o a 2 3 a O) a UJ Several hundred high school students in eastern -Onon­ daga County have won Regents college scholarships. A total of 48 East Syracuse-Minoa students were named winners, 102 at Fayetteville-Manlius and 57 at Jamesville-DeWitt. Additionally, there were 26 winners at Christian Brothers Academy, 14 at Bishop Grimes and 11 at Manlius Pebble Hill. More than 25,000 scholarships were awarded statewide. Each scholarship entitles the recipient to an award of $250 a year for up to five years of study at an approved program in New York State. The winners of these scholarships are the candidates who earned the highest scores in each county on either the American College Testing Program Assessment or the Col­ lege Board's Scholastic Aptitude Test About 95,000 candi­ dates in 1,400 high schools statewide were included in the competition East Syracuse-Mlnoa Lisa Adams Jeanine Armstrong Douglas Barton Michael Bennink Meenaksh Bhandari Jacqueline Charette Lisa Denbleyker Neil Denbleyker David Digennaro Dennis Edwards Robert Eichenlaub Tncia Fantinato Michele Farrell James Fawcett Paula Figie David French Steven Groetz Edward Gustafson Frederic Janack Kann Kirschner Thomas Knapp Jeffrey Kochian Matthew Kunkel David Livesay Jeffrey Manning William Meyer Bethann Miller Christopher Miller William Miller Kenneth Moynihan Christin Murphy Gregory Ott Tina Perry Michael Ftieder John Robinson Eric Schwinge Sheri Sherman Judi Silverstein Jennifer Spaulding Kimberly Sumner Sandra Thomas Thomas Vanduren Robert Walklett Kevin Warner Ann Whaley Nichole Williams Amy Wurdinger Robert Zsedely FayetteviUe-Manltua Sandra Aistars Amy Allen Joseph Alpert Cynthia Andp «-.nn Christin Andola Gregory Baldwin Michael Bates Steffany Bender Dorothy Berinstein Kay Berldlng Jeffrey Bilco Julianne Bischel Pamela Braund Caryn Bruce Jeremy Bye Jeffrey Carroll Kristine Casey Molly Chase Kim Chmielewicz Irene Cho Stephen Cicci Emily Ciaridge Christopher Collier Christin Colton Deborah Cooke Kerstin Cox James Cuny Todd Davies William Delans Stephen Donella Mark Donovan Norman Douglass Elisabeth Ehlers Molly Elliott Carl Fahrenkrug Brian Fay Darin Fink Kevin Freer Catherine Fuda Lisbeth Fust Maria Genecco Adam Gerber Craig Gostin Thomas Graeb Mitchell Gravelle Thomas Gualtieri Renee Hallinan aen March has just begun Bright sunshine blue skies will prompt us to get I out and discover the beauties all around What about a visit to the | Ltncklaen House in beautiful Cazenovia Serving lunch and dinner and Sunday brunch when we feature eggs benedict and hot popovers or join us for English tea served 3-5 daily - with scones Our Thursday. luncheons with entertainment are about to begin Phone 655-3461 for listings Whenever you can, do come to the Ltncklaen House and let us give you a smile of welcome P S Fred Palmer entertains every Saturday nighi in Seven Stone Steps taproom Christopher Hartung Vincent Hemmer Richard Hillman Robert Jantosciak Kimberly Jastremski Esa Kanter Kelly Kim Matthew Kipp David Kogut Hilary Laffer Mark Lamonte Timothy Larrison Julie Laughton Jill Lavigne John Loosmann Lisa Manley Krysia Manning Amy Matsumoto Thomas McKay Mathew Meagher Robert Micek Patricia Monahan Catherine Moody Neal Morchower Jennifer Niziol Constance Olson Kyle Osborn Tracy Phillips Peter Ray Scott Rayder John Reilly Rebecca Rockwell Richard Rosentha 1 David Rubenstein Nicole Scharmach Sheryl Scharmach Amy Schmitt Daniel Seidberg Ned Sheedy Thomas Shepard Michael Sherwin Nancy Sherwood Timothy Snyder Elizabe'thrSpejjcer Jon Stanat Sarah Stewart Janet\ Stone ^ Carter Strickland Darren Talham James Taylor < David Tessier James Vaughn John Whctaker Geoffrey Wilson Thomas Zamecnlk Jamesville-DeWitt Jack Bailey Maureen Behr Steye Bennett Cheryl Bernstem Michelle Birnbaum Melody Bishop Eric Bluman Megan-Brady— — Matthew Burt Jeffrey Chottiner Shirah Cohen Steven Cohen Christian Cox Mark Endries Richard Engel Meredydd'Evans Janin,e Goldman Bruce Groaning Daniel Guile Belinda Hahn Jean Hunter John Impellizzeri Kerri Kaplan Rajiv Kayastha Paul Keenan Caroline Keib Amy Lacombe Michael Langan Rebecca Mills UsaMlrbn '1 NsStToyr^o 'll \f^.t \ \Bmet ^j^nplSBUl Melissapijp'hajj}' DouglasOtfsi •' John Palurhbo Kirk Pratt Amit Ray Sandra. Rothenberg John Roy David'Scalzo Davjd Schwartz Lbrca.Shepperd Chris Shiomos John Steele Heidi Stinson CharlesfStratakds Kurt Swanso'n Mark Sydorowych Stephanie Thau Lisa Thorne ErfcTrrarr -•*-- -- Anne Tunnessen Swati Vardan Matthew Vural Dawn Weiner Jane Williams Shari Young Christian Brothers Academy Keith Battaglia-. Clark Bernales Theodore Borsky Guy Burgess Ronald Castellano Ronald Dinapoli William Dougherty Matthew Fallon Rafael Gongora Joseph Hammer Travis Heiser Christopher Hester Doug asipay) o r Ricar ^^Verieig .as , ^ ^BifrjtjprQrlmBS ' Ahne^Bourfcj^ 6rirU1ir?e^agnina 1 Pr\il |pXCamj &lo v Claire Chlas'sbn - . iLisavGirando Paqieja Cqreorap BrendaGjiigaleWslcr MaHatvlariocchi Catrter('ne;;Miett Laurie Mii'pack Lorie ODbnnell Jeffrey. P'tt Jude Plessas Brendan Whetan Manlius ..j ?ebble HHI - John Baldwin ' Mla-Bongiovanni Joseph Delpopolo Adam Fratto Rufus Jones Kerry Keenan Joseph Kofirtskr Michael MacDonald Karen McFarland Thomas Syp Jill Ziellnski 'lan Wellwood Amphitheater Prefect Cazenovia, N Y Helen C Tobtn Wellwood school pupils, pa­ rents and staff are embarking on an ambitious project to build an amphitheater that will com­ memorate the past and provide an outdoor classroom for the fu­ ture. The location selected would be near the front of the school-and make use of the excavation made in 1983 along the founda­ tion of the original Wells home that stood on the site. Part of the effort is to recreate some of the extensive plantings that once surrounded the home that was torn down to make way for the school building in 1930. Fund raising for the project will include sale of a Memory -Poster._ahowing the Wellwood students, faculty and staff in front of the school. It will be on sale from April 1 to 11. In addition, the Wellwood students will be operating a re­ turnable bottle and can drive Friday ahd Saturday, March 14 and 15. Bottles and cans may be left at Wellwood from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Starting at 9 a.m., collections will also be made in the neighborhood- and homeowners may put their cans and bottles in paper or plastic bags outside the door. The skeleton of the oldest known horse is estimated to be 45 million !year *S' old. Improvements for your house today and ideas for your dream house tomorrow... Available at . . . Camillus Malls HOME SHOW Wed., Mar. 5th - Sun., Mar. 9th Experts in all fields of home improvement and energy conservation will be on hand ready to answer your questions. Stop by and pick up tips on how to save money and beautify your home, or the place you call home. Watch for the arrival of the Easter Bunny March 15th at BYRNE BUTTER The ingredients are: SUTTER FAT _QO% SALT .02% MOISTURE 18/ 0 I With the purchase of 12) 1/2 gal.of Byrne Milk or Ice Cream, you may obtain Q«£ 1 lb. of BYRNE BUTTER for... bl I Limit 1 at sale price please) S ...... r .», sffc^'-^j.^^^..- ,, i= . Specials good Wednesday March 5 thru Tuesday March 11,1986 Look for our other Money-Saving weekly specials, at your Neighborhood Byrne Dairy Store! FAYETTEVILLE 6832 E. Genesee St. Open 7am-Midnight 38JordehSt. , Open 8 am-Midnight SPECIALS GOOD AT ALL BYRNE DAIRY STORES

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