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Area National Honor Society chapters

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PCHS NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY — The Piscataquis Community High School National Honor Society induction was held June 3 in Guilford. The ceremony inducted six new members and honored the seven seniors with the presentation of their NHS graduation stoles. Pictured are front, from left, Macee Pearl, Megan McLaughlin, Megan Beckwith, Ariona Gerry, Sadie Davis, Caroline Goggin, Rachel Beckwith, Brooke Kujawski and Alivia Hunt. Back, Ethan Chadwick, Jennifer Simon, Alison Quimby, Sarah Richards, Hailee Hartford, Olivia Riitano, Madelynn Crosby and Zachary Wilson.

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PCHS NHS SENIORS — PCHS National Honor Society seniors with their graduation stoles are front, from left, Rachel Beckwith, Alivia Hunt, Brooke Kujawski, Jennifer Simon and Alison Quimby; and back, Ethan Chadwick and Zachary Wilson.

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PCHS NHS INDUCTEES — PCHS National Honor Society inductees are front, from left, Megan Beckwith, Ariona Gerry and Sadie Davis; and back, Megan McLaughlin, Sarah Richards and Hailee Hartford.

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DEXTER REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL — Dexter Regional High School National Honor Society members are front, from left, Kaylee Deering, Avery Herrick and Ashley Downing along with Advisor Peter Murray. Second row, Lilah McCormick, Rachael Sickles, Stephen Thomas, Peyton Grant, Shannon O”Roak, Olivia Peakes and Brett Kusnierz. Third row, Gage Stone, Kaitlyn Hardy, Logan Perkins, Cloe Mountain, Aino Rudloff-Eastman and Abigail Wakefield. Back, Isaac Webber, Parker Ponte, David Kirshkaln, Abigail Page, Chris Roderka, Matthew Sickles and Ethan Boutilier.

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FOXCROFT ACADEMY — Nineteen students were inducted into the Foxcroft Academy chapter of the National Honor Society for 2018-19. Juniors Enrico Ayala, Kylie Butts, Ethan Curtis, Megan Fuller, Mackenzie Harmon, Jacob Ireland, Clark LaChance, Phuong Khanh Le, Quynh Khanh Le and Jacob Raynes. Seniors Natali Barseghyan, Yeojeong Choi, Melina Gevorgyan, Quynh Nguyen, Mariah Poulin, Cailin Seavey, Matt Spooner, Kate Vu and Botai Zhou. The group joins seniors (inducted as juniors) Brigid Casey, Lauren Cooper, Nic Daneman, Abby Henderson, Keying “Chloe” Huang, Spencer Ireland and Hannah Poland.

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PENQUIS VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL — Penquis Valley High School held its National Honor Society induction Feb. 26. New members are front, from left, Rachel McMannus, Emily Herbest, Salena Goodine, Kylee Trafton and Faith Sickler; and second row, Hope Grant, Destiny Golden, Zakary Mills and Megan Valvo. Current members are third row, President Katelyn Bolstridge, Jennifer Smart and Vice President Camryn Rolfe; and back row, Treasurer Jacob Baker, Parliamentarian Jeremy Martin and Sydney Fowles. Not pictured, Secretary Cymeria Robshaw, Publicity Brooke McKenzie and Advisor Lynn Gerrish.
Members worked on a service project at the beginning of the year by taking photographs of the stones in the Brownville Cemetery for the Brownville Historical Society. Work is being completed to create a map and visual for visitors and guests to look over. The students have donated money to Penquis Valley’s Key Club Thirst Project. Members will be working on a flower garden in front of the high school. The last project is holding an evening of excellence as high school students will be recognized for their academic achievements with parents and pupils enjoying a turkey dinner and keynote speaker.

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TRI-COUNTY TECHNICAL CENTER — Students from the Tri-County Technical Center in Dexter who are members of the National Technical Honor Society are front, from left, Riley Savage, Jennifer Smart, Kaylee Harris and Makenzie Cooney. Back, Katelyn Robinson, Matthew Meunier, Riley Herrick, Kaylee Hicks, Danielle Cummings and Samual Peacock. Not pictured, Alex Costedio and McKenna Higgins.

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