Area students graduate, receive awards at colleges, universities

SUNY Oneonta –– Dean’s list, Mackenzie Allen of Phoenix; Kayla Distin of Fulton; Emily McGinley of Phoenix; Melissa Murphy of Pennellville.

Graduates: Rosemary Squires of Cleveland; Erin Burke of Pennellville; Megan Mahar of Phoenix.

Eastern Kentucky University — Dean’s list, Kimberly Lenore Smith of Phoenix,  sophomore marketing major.

Ithaca College —  Dean’s list, Elizabeth DeGroff of Pennellville, school of music

Courtney Leo of Central Square, humanities and sciences.

Brenna Merry of Fulton, School of Health Sciences and Human Performance.

Emily Renne of Cleveland, Roy H. Park School of Communications.

Sara Nelson of Fulton, Health Sciences and Human Performance.

Erika Johnson of Fulton, Health Sciences and Human Performance.

Stephanie Lasnicki of Hastings, Health Sciences and Human Performance.

SUNY Canton — Dean’s list, Kayla Gilbert of Bernhards Bay, nursing major; Brandon Solon of Bernhards Bay, sports management major; Nicholas R. Baxter of Central Square, mechanical technology major; Caitlin M. Lavoie of Fulton, liberal arts-general studies major; Gregory D. Gelsi of Martville, alternative and renewable energy system major; Dalton Moore of Mexico, civil and environmental technology major; Stacey L. Taylor of Mexico, management major.

Alfred State — Dean’s list, Alana Devaul of Fulton; Sydnee Plato of Fulton; Melissa Chapman of Martville; Jason Minotti of Oswego.

SUNY Cortland — Samantha Familo, of Martville, athletic training major.

Buffalo State — Dean’s list, Sabrina O’Brien of Cato, majoring in art; Meghann Gentile of Pulaski, majoring in economics; Alisha Stacy of Cleveland, majoring in fashion and textile technology; Ashley Coleman of Central Square, majoring in hospitality administration; Robert Sherman of Mexico, majoring in music; Hannah Clark of Mexico, majoring in music education; Alyssa Grove of Mexico, majoring in psychology; Kaitlyn Lauber of Fulton, majoring in public communication; Jeremy Catania of West Monroe, majoring in theater

Syracuse University — Ray Mayo of Fair Haven, a Red Creek graduate, participated in the 2014 Citizenship Scholarship Conference, sponsored by the Public Affairs Program in the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University. Mayo was one of 97 prospective first-year Syracuse University students invited to present their ideas on public policies that can improve their communities. He received first-place rank on his project.

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