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Roxbury Grad Prizes Top $1 Million!

ROXBURY — Members of the Roxbury Central School Class of 2022 were awarded more than $1 million in scholarships and awards at the June 25 commencements. Graduation Awards by Student
The total Scholarship and Awards presented to RCS seniors at commencement was $1,014,000. The following prizes were announced:
Ryder James Albano
• Roxbury Teachers Association Educational Grants: $300
• The Thomas S. Hynes Memorial Scholarship: $250
Lydia Grace Biruk
• Fred Zerega Sportmanship Award – $50
• Lynn Cole Rivenburgh Award – $25
• Mike Reidlinger Award – $250
Alina
Jean Chojnowski
• The Duane Ely Memorial Scholarship – $500
• Pine Hollow Lodging Service Award – $100
Brianna
Danielle Cross
• Grand Gorge Fire Department and Rescue Squad Award –$200
• The Thomas S. Hynes Memorial Scholarship: $250
Chelsea Madyson Curtis
• The Marjorie Graham Student Scholarship: $500
• Roxbury Teachers Association Educational Grants: $500
• Fred Zerega Sportmanship Award – $50
• Scholarship for Academic Excellence –$500
• PTSA Scholarship –$500.
Cortnea Regina
DeMaio
• Kaatskill Eldercare Award: $50
• The Roxbury Fire Department Award: $250
Payge Marianna
DeMaio
• The Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences Academic Distinction Scholarship: $60,000
• Kaatskill Eldercare Award: $50
Isiah Michael
Figueroa
• Greatest Effort in Fitness through Physical Education Class – $25
Paul Gardner
• Hughson & Benson Insurance Award –$100
Gabrielle Rose
Garofolo
• The UAlbany 1844 Scholarship: $8,000.
• Roxbury Rotary Scholarship: $500
• Roxbury Teachers Association Educational Grants: $900
• PTSA Scholarship –$250.
• Halcottsville Fire Dept. Award: $50
Stephon
Morgan Gregg
• The Roxbury Alumni Association: $1,000
Brianna Jansen
• Mike Reidlinger Award: $250
Myah Marie
Johnston
• PACE Trustee Recognition Award and Athletic Scholarship: $32,000 annually
• The Bishop Scholarship Foundation Award: $20,000 a year
• The Otis B. Thompson Award: $1,000 a year for up to 4 years
• Kaatskill Eldercare Award: $50 award
• Roxbury Teachers Association Educational Grants: $500
• PTSA Scholarship –$750.
Theodore Hosier
Maduri
• Delaware County Bar Association: $500
• The Wadler Brothers Perseverance Award: $250
Steven L. Martin Jr.
• Ralph Ives American Legion Award of Merit: $100
Bryanna Paige
Meehan
• The Delaware County ARC Scholarship: $50
• The Delaware National Bank of Delhi Corporate Charitable Trust –$500
• The Roxbury Senior Citizens Award: $100
Kerri Anne Moore
• The Abraham Kellogg Scholarship: $96,000 payable over four years
• The Hartwick College Founders’ Award: $40,000 payable over 4 years
• Nursing Excellence Award: $20,000 payable over 4 years
• The Bishop Scholarship Foundation Award: $20,000 a year for each academic year The Clark Foundation Scholarship: $3,800 a year for 4 years
• The Hartwick Community Award: $1,000 one-time award
• Kaatskill Eldercare Award: $50
• Scholarship for Academic Excellence –$500
Brett Walter
Morrison
• The Cronk Family Award: $100
• The Hagen Scholarship: $6,000 each semester for up to eight consecutive semesters.
• Roxbury Teachers Association Educational Grants: $900
• Scholarship for Academic Excellence –$1,500
• The Wayne Bank Award: $100
Isabella Rose
Poniros
• The Siena Presidential Scholarship: $21,500 a year for four years
• The Bishop Scholarship Foundation Award: Up to $20,000 a year for each academic year
• Roxbury Teachers Association Educational Grants: $900
Ayla M. Vorisek
• Greatest Effort in Fitness through Physical Education Class – $25
• John and Jean Dugan Scholarship Award –$200
• The Monique Gabrielle Ostrow Award: $50
George and Hazel Crosby Agricultural Scholarships went to:
• Going to Paul Smith College, majoring in Environmental Sciences, with an award of $10,000 a year for four years for a total of $40,000 is: Ian Walker
• Going to the Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, with an award of $10,000 a year for four years for a total of $40,000 is: Payge De Maio
• Going to SUNY Oneonta, majoring in Biology, with an award of $10,000 a year for four years for a total of $40,000 is: Steven Martin
• Going to the University at Buffalo, majoring in Electrical Engineering, with an award of $3,365 a year for four years for a total of $13,460 is: Ryder Albano
• Going to SUNY Cortland, majoring in Healthcare Management, with an award of $3,365 a year for four years for a total of $13,460 is: Alina Chojnowski
• Going to SUNY New Paltz, majoring in Business, with an award of $3,365 a year for four years for a total of $13,460 is: Chelsea Curtis
• Going to SUNY Delhi, majoring in Nursing, with an award of $3,365 a year for four years for a total of $13,460 is: Cortnea De Maio
• Going to SUNY Albany, majoring in Accounting, with an award of $3,365 a year for four years for a total of $13,460 is: Gabrielle Garofolo
• Going to Pace University, majoring in Health Sciences, with an award of $3,365 a year for four years for a total of $13,460 is: Myah Johnston
• Going to Hartwick College, majoring in nursing, with an award of $3,365 a year for four years for a total of $13,460 is: Kerri Anne Moore
• Going to Clarkson University, majoring in Electrical Engineering, with an award of $3,365 a year for four years for a total of $13,460 is: Brett Morrison
• Going to Siena College, majoring in Nursing, with an award of $3,365 a year for four years for a total of $13,460 is: Bella Poniros
• Going to SUNY Delhi, majoring in Early Childhood Education, with an award of $3,030 a year for two years for a total of $6,060 and the option of continuing on to a four-year program is: Ayla Vorisek
• Going to SUNY Cobleskill, majoring in Turf Management, with an award of $3,030 a year for two years for a total of $6,060 and the option of continuing on a four-year program is: Peyton Proctor

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