Two members of the firm BCA Architects & Engineers, Watertown, recently receiving professional licenses. Anthony M. Young graduated in 2010 from SUNY Polytechnic Institute, Utica, with a bachelor’s dgree in civil entineering technology. He has been an intern at BCA for three summers. David R. Funk graduated in 2006 from Alfred State College with a bachelor’s degree. He joined BCA in 2015 and works in the Ithaca office in the K-12 division.
The Society of the United Helpers presented 2017 Margaret R. Spies Awards to Patricia Kerr, certified nursing assistant at Maplewood Health Care and Rehabilitation Center, Debra Bice, direct support professional from Mosaic, and Brook Duprey, certified nursing assistant at RiverLedge Health Care and Rehabilitation Center.
Janice Hollister was named June employee of the month at Clarkson University, Potsdam. Ms. Hollister is the professional programs coordinator at the capital region campus.
BCA Architects & Engineers have five new associates in the firm: Thomas J. Cataldo, Bryan T. Cowell, Andrew T. Garlock, Michael J. Mitchell and John A. Sokol.
Maya Neeley, Harrisville, as named to the spring semester president’s list at Genesee Community College, Batavia.
Gary McKenzie, Gouverneur, was named to the spring semester provost’s list at Genesee Community College, Batavia.
The following north country residents were named to the spring semester dean’s list at the College of St. Rose, Albany: Collin Farquhar, Glenfield; Rachel Leach, Constableville; Kerrigan Mahoney, Olivia Brooker and Ellen Farney, all of Lowville; Tia Malai Mathison, Watertown; and Kathleen Kassian, Massena.
Shannon Stacy, Lowville, recently participated in the Student Research and Creativity Conference at Buffalo State College. Ms. Stacy presented original research to the campus and public.
Mary Sue Foster, Hannawa Falls, was elected and installed as president of the Rotary Club of Potsdam, honored at the annual dinner June 21. Ms. Foster is owner of Harris Medical Supplies and Equipment and All About Me, Post Mastectomy Boutique, Potsdam. She joined Rotary in 1997, serving on the board of directors since 1998 and has served two terms as president.
Tyler Newman, recent graduate of Watertown High School and the plumbing/HVAC program at Charles H. Bohlen Jr. Technical Center, Watertown, took fifth place out of 32 competitors at the National SkillsUSA Leadership and Skills Conference, held June 19 to 23 in Louisville, Ky.