At the G. Ray Bodley High School Commencement Ceremony in June, theater awards were presented to two honor graduates, Amanda Trombly and Katelyn Caza.
Katelyn Caza, salutatorian, was the recipient of the Quirk’s Players Directors’ Award, which is presented to a graduating senior who displays dedication to the theater program at Bodley, sets high performance standards, inspires others to excel and serves as a role model for other members.
Amanda Trombly was the recipient of the William Quirk Memorial Award for Achievement in Theatre.
Presented in memory of William Quirk, a longtime English teacher and theater director at both Fulton High School and G. Ray Bodley High School, the Quirk Award is presented to the graduating senior who has made the greatest contribution to the theater program during his/her high school years.
Both young ladies have appeared in numerous productions with Quirk’s Players at G. Ray Bodley High School, beginning while in elementary school and continuing through their senior year of high school.
Trombly is starting her studies at Le Moyne College and Caza is joining the freshman class at Syracuse University.