Resolution J2605-2013

Commending the Valedictorians, Salutatorians, and Honored Students of the 61st Senate District, in recognition of their outstanding accomplishments

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  • Jun 20, 2013: ADOPTED
  • Jun 20, 2013: REPORTED TO CALENDAR FOR CONSIDERATION
  • Jun 18, 2013: REFERRED TO FINANCE

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LEGISLATIVE RESOLUTION commending the Valedictorians, Salutatorians, and
Honored  Students  of  the 61st Senate District, in recognition of their
outstanding accomplishments

WHEREAS, It is the sense of this Legislative Body to act in accord  with
its long-standing traditions, to honor the youth of today -- the leaders
of tomorrow -- whose character and achievements exemplify the ideals and
values cherished by this great State and Nation; and
  WHEREAS,  This  Legislative  Body  is  justly  proud  to recognize and
commend the high achievements of the  dedicated  students  of  the  61st
Senate District in recognition of their outstanding accomplishments; and
  WHEREAS,  These  Valedictorians,  Salutatorians,  and Honored Students
represent the best of developed potential inherent in our most  precious
resource,  our  youth; their achievements have brought enduring honor to
their families and communities and should be recognized and saluted; and
  WHEREAS, The Valedictorians who are being commended  today  for  their
outstanding  academic  performances  and exemplary achievements include:
Abigail Shilbock, Alexander Central; Jenna Mancuso, Batavia High School;
Sarah Donovan, Byron-Bergen High School; Peter Madau, LeRoy High School;
Jennifer Crossen, Oakfleld-Alabama; Nicole Forti, Pavilion High  School;
Kayla  Underwood, Pembroke High School; Timothy Bergman, Notre Dame High
School; Dillon  Hirsch,  Elba  High  School;  Kristin  Angelle  Sharman,
Clarence;  Benjamin  Goldberg,  Amherst;  Robert  Stricko, Williamsville
North; Chelsea Thomeer, Williamsville South; Chaman Sharma,  Sweet  Home
and Angela Wager, Akron; and
  WHEREAS,  The  Salutatorians  who  are being commended today for their
outstanding academic performances and  exemplary  achievements  include:
Stephanie  Sojda,  Alexander  Central; Niha Idrees, Batavia High School;
Benjamin Ezard, Byron-Bergen High School;  Alyssa  Klopfer,  LeRoy  High
School;  Brittany  Denton,  Oakfield-Alabama;  Kari Ammon, Pembroke High
School; Marissa Kingsley, Pavilion High School; Ashleigh Cheverie, Notre
Dame High School; Cassandra Golda, Elba  High  School;  Jacqueline  Kim,
Clarence;  Rachel  Lackner,  Amherst; Natalia Alexandridi, Williamsville
North; Jia (Sherry) Yao, Williamsville South and Robert Puchalski, Sweet
Home; and
  WHEREAS, The Honored Students who are being commended today for  their
outstanding  academic  performances  and exemplary achievements include:
Amanda Foster and Jessica Lobur, Akron;  and  Jessica  Marshall,  Alyssa
Cartwright, and Daniel Rubin, Williamsville East; and
  WHEREAS, These Valedictorians, Salutatorians, and Honored Students may
now  stand  with pride as they assess their achievements, experience the
satisfaction of their labors and the joy of their accomplishments, eager
to face the new experiences of a challenging world; now,  therefore,  be
it
  RESOLVED,  That  this  Legislative  Body pause in its deliberations to
commend the Valedictorians, Salutatorians, and Honored Students  of  the
61st  Senate  District,  in recognition of their outstanding accomplish-
ments; and be it further
  RESOLVED, That copies of this Resolution, suitably engrossed, be tran-
smitted to the aforementioned Valedictorians, Salutatorians, and Honored
Students.

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