Holyoke Medical Center Honors Eighth-grade Students

HOLYOKE — Holyoke Medical Center recently hosted its 19th annual 8th Grade Achievement Awards, saluting students in the Holyoke Public School System.

Twenty-three students, accompanied by their parents and principals, were honored with certificates, savings bonds, and T-shirts at the awards dinner held at Holyoke Medical Center. The keynote speaker was 22News reporter and anchor Elysia Rodriguez.

“These young people represent some of the very best aspects of our community,” said HMC President Hank Porten. “We’re delighted to have the opportunity to salute them and encourage them to keep up the great work they’ve been doing.”

The following students were recognized: from the Center for Excellence, Joseph Houle and Marc Anthony Santos; from the Maurice A. Donahue School, Stacy Marie Feliciano, Tiphanny Renee Dearth, and Deyanira Rosa; from the Lt. Clayre P. Sullivan School, Marissa Bernard, Erin Hebert, and Francisco Alvarado; from the Elmer J. McMahon School, Kathryn Collier, Jessica Lamagdeleine, and Nikita Caraballo; from the Dr. Marcella R. Kelly School, John Connon, Sarah Canary, and Anissa Arena; from the William R. Peck School, William Ramos, Glenda Rivera Lorenzi, and Barbara Alamo; from the E.N. White School, Joseph White, Joseph Maspo, and Crystal Vazquez; and from the Morgan School, Azure Bergman, Tobey Rodriguez, and Ricardo Vasquez.

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