Ariel Beebe, daughter of Bernard and Sandy Beebe of Moriah, graduated with high honors from New York Maritime College in the Bronx. She received a bachelor of science degree and will be employed as a third mate for Military Sealift Command.
Jared Best of Hague, a senior at Clarkson University majoring in environmental engineering, received the George A. Gray Endowed Fellowship Award in Civil and Environmental Engineering.
The award was established in 1995 by George A. Gray ‘43 to recognize outstanding scholarship and achievement by a first-year graduate student in the Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering at Clarkson. The Gray Fellow will receive $1,000 from the fellowship endowment.
Kimberly Herrick of Hague was the recipient of the Hudson Valley Community College Sigma Phi Alpha Dental Hygiene Honor Society Award, which is given to a graduating senior who has been named to Sigma Phi Alpha, the national honor society of the dental hygiene profession. Membership in Sigma Phi Alpha is comprised of elected dental hygiene educators and of graduates from accredited dental hygiene programs with high scholastic achievement.
Herrick also was the recipient of the HVCC Dental Hygiene Faculty Memorial Award, which is given to a senior dental hygiene student who has sustained the highest grade point average in the graduating class.
Tiffany Bezio of Whitehall earned a master’s science degree in health education at Sage Graduate School in Troy.
John Garrett Cooper graduated on May 17, 2013, from Clinton Community College with an associates of applied science degree in wind energy & turbine technology. HJe is a Ticonderoga High School graduate.