2013-12-05 / News of Record

Achievements

Garden club names new year’s officers

The Quononoquott Garden Club at its final meeting of the year on Monday will install its new officers for the 2014-15 term. They are Mary Lou Sanborn, president; Anna Bernath, vice president; Patricia Dupuis, secretary; Pat Watrous, treasurer; and Donna Chellis, member at large.

Jamestown girls recognized at Bay View

Island freshmen Isabella Zainyeh and Victoria Allienello were named to the honor roll at Bay View Academy, an all-girls Catholic school located in Riverside. Both girls received high honors by earning all A’s during the first quarter.

Islander named Elks veteran of year

Jamestown resident James McLoughlin was named the veteran of the year by the Newport Elks Lodge No. 104, and a ceremony honoring him will be held at the lodge on Saturday, Dec. 7. The lodge is located at 141 Pelham St. in Newport.

According to the voting committee, McLoughlin, 90, was named veteran of the year for both his military service and community service. McLoughlin served in the U.S. Army in both World War II and Korea, earning nine medals. He is also a lifelong member of the Jamestown EMS team, and has donated more than 400 pints of blood in his life. He continues to donate platelets every two weeks.

After organizing more than 80 blood drives, the Rhode Island Blood Center established the Jim McLoughlin Award. It is given to all volunteers who have donated 20 gallons of blood, coordinated 20 blood drives, and sponsored 20 mobile blood drives.

Cocktail hour begins at 2 p.m., and a stuffed chicken breast dinner will be served at 3 p.m. Tickets are $20 and can be purchased by calling Ray Sleve at 952-8959. Proceeds will go to the Rhode Island Veterans Homes.

North Kingstown releases honor roll

North Kingstown High released its honor roll for the recently completed quarter of the 2013-14 school year. Jamestown students who were recognized for having an academic average of 90 and above were freshmen Lucas Deslauriers, Hanna Geib, Allison Hartley, James Lawless, Emma Lennon, Darcy Luebbert, Jacob Maguire, Madison Maguire, Meghan Maguire, Hope Mitchell, Annabelle O’Neill, Sophie Primiano and Erica Smith.

Also, sophomores Catherine Caswell, Stephen Cirella, Caroline Cote, Alanah Gaudreau, Eli Lis, Jay Patel, Jessy Primiano, Leigh Ann Rodgers, Noah Simmons, Ronin Tamez, Rachel Warner and Lily Wright.

Also, juniors Robert Cassidy, Sadie Haun, Rachel O’Neill and Natalie Toland.

Also, seniors Ellissa Barclay de Tolly, Hollister Bobola, Jonathan Carney, Faith Chadwick, Isabel Crabtree, Nina Diepenbrock, Jasper Flour, Sofia Greco-Byrne, Nicholas Hanson, Samuel Hollister, Kerry Kardosz, Charles Keen, Kaela Kennedy, Dana Larkin, Benjamin Lee, Kristjana McCarthy, Jamison Mielde, Meryl Nelson- Lee, Roma Patel, Victoria Perrotti, Tara Petrie, Benjamin Rudman, Benjamin Stewart, Audrey Tuttle, Emma Vogel and Payton Wallace.

Jamestown students who were recognized for having an academic average between 85 and 89 were freshmen Matthew Bonner, Samantha Daft, Chyna Dougherty, Timothy Farrelly, Brad Gaudreau, Conor Kennedy, Sonya Schuettke, Alexander Supron and Camryn Wallace.

Also, sophomores Anthony Antonucci, Kelsey Coleman, Marcel Desvaux, Emma Evans, Robert Haberland, Findlay Mulligan, Nicholas Musumeci, Edward Roberts, Joshua Robinson and Emily Schott.

Also, juniors Brianna Bryer, Kaylynn Cason, Christine Cassidy, Ian Delmonico, Milo Digasper, Finn Dwyer, Connor Ferguson, Angus Gribble, Grace Lynn, Mariah Messinger, Sarah Schuettke, Antonio Varrecchione and Taelor Washington.

Also, seniors Garrett Bucklin, Kelsey Cabrera, Selena Campos, Kelsey Chidester, Travis Earley, Margot Janson, Emily Landon, Elias Mitchell, Raeann Niebel, Dustin Page, Kimberly Savage, Rebecca Small, Carson Toppa and Carolyn Watrous.

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