discount tickets jersey boys las vegas Binghamton High School to honor notable alumni at dinner
Seven of the school’s notable alumni will be honored at the annualDistinguished Graduates Dinner at Binghamton High School on Oct. 5.
This year’s distinguished class will be made up ofJenni Bank, a nationally and internationally known mezzo soprano opera singer and alumnus of BHS’s class of 2002;Archbishop Michael Dahulich, professor of New Testament and rector of St. Tikhon’s Seminary, archbishop of New York and the Diocese of New York and New Jersey, Binghamton Central High School class of 1967;Shareeka Epps, film and television actress, Independent Spirit Award winner,BHSclass of 2007;Dr. Charles Patrick Ewing, SUNYDistinguished Service Professor and PastPresident of theAmerican Board of Forensic Psychology, Binghamton North High School class of 1967;Gen. Mark McCormack, brigadier general, Pennsylvania National Guard, BHS class of 1984;Dr. Alfonso Perna, dentist and past president of the New York State Dental Association;
BCHS class of 1955; andKing Rice, head basketball coach, Monmouth College, BHS class of 1987.
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Attendees can request a dinner menu and reservation form by calling 607 762 8202. The deadline to RSVP is Sept. 29.
It looks like BHS’s current students have big shoes to fill.
Students in the Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies program at Misericordia University received their white coats at a special program completion ceremony. Front row, from left, are Kayleigh Morein, Alexandra Schuller, Eric Hong, Danielle Olenginski and Shannon Queiser; second row, Katelyn Mantz, Sunny Mehta, Audrey Warner, Taylor Swenson, Mary Armstrong, of Endwell, and Ruth Wyman;
third row, Adam DePorter, Tanner Bulkley, Blake Ward, Michael Goetz, Matt Whitbord, Dacin Kemmerer, and Jaclyn Fudala. (Photo: Provided photo)
Endwell native recognized at Misericordia white coat ceremony:Students in the Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies program at Misericordia University in Dallas, Pennsylvania, received longer white coats at a recent special completion ceremony. Among the 18 studentswasMary Armstrong, of Endwell. In addition to receiving the coat,the students also took the Physician Assistant Professional Oath to remind them to always put the health, safety and privacy of their patients first and to be professional at all times. Local students named as semifinalists in 2018 National Merit Scholarship Program: Among the 16,000 semifinalists in the63rd annual National Scholarship program are several local students. The semifinalists are competing for about7,500 National Merit Scholarships worth more than $32 million. . Four Maine Endwell musicians chosen forNew York State School Music Association All State Festival:Four Maine Endwell musicians were chosento participatein the2017 New York State School Music Association (NYSSMA) All State Festival fromNov. 30 to Dec.
From left, Maggie Milano, Halie Carden, Lauren McCarthy, Austin McCann,
Haley Ritter and Jessica Kennis will represent Union Endicott at the 2017 New York State School Music Association All State Festival. (Photo: Provided photo)