PARISH NEWS

More graduates added to our list for congratulations

Here are a few of our graduates who are going on to college or beginning the next chapter in their lives:

Michael D’Accurzio Jr.

Parents: Carol Ann and Michael D’Accurzio.

Michael graduated with honors from Whitesboro High School. He was a member of the National Honor Society and a scholar athlete. His awards include: Kathy Holmes Suppa Award and the Thomas Rieben Most Enthusiastic Player Award for Whitesboro varsity football. He will attend SUNY Environmental Science and Forestry and major in Environmental Resources Management.

Hayley Oliver

Parents: Dona­­ld and Grace Oliver.

Hayley graduated from LeMoyne College with a bachelor’s degree in English Literature with a concentration in Adolescent and Special Education. She is working toward her master’s degree at Utica College. 

Fallon Siniscarco

Parents: Mary and John Siniscarco.

Fallon graduated with high honors from New Hartford Senior High School. Her awards include: Donna Jordan Memorial Scholarship, Psychology Club Award, New Hartford AYSO Soccer Trevor Hart Award, Utica College Founders Scholarship Recipient and National Honor Society member. She will attend Utica College and major in occupational therapy. 

Hannah McCarthy

Parent: Tammy McCarthy.

Tammy graduated with honors from Whitesboro High School. She will be attending Utica College on a full-ride Scholars Scholarship majoring in biology / pre-med.

Austin McCarthy                 

Parent: Tammy McCarthy.

Austin graduated with honors from Whitesboro High School and will be attending Utica College and playing soccer for the Pioneers. He will be majoring in biology / pre-med and plans on becoming an anesthesiologist.

Antonio Vincent Fanelli 

Parents: George and Nikki Fanelli.

Antonio graduated with high honors from New Hartford High School. He will be attending Syracuse University’s Martin J. Whitman School of Management.

Nicholas Joseph Carlone Elacqua

Parents: David and Anne Elacqua.

Nick is a graduate of Thomas R. Proctor High School where he ranked No. 7 in the senior class. Among his awards: New York State Seal of Biliteracy, Richard & Louise (Raiano) Donnelly Memorial Award in Good Citizenship, International Club French Award, Dr. Vito S. Lee Memorial Prize Award, Mohawk Valley Community College Top 10 percent scholarship, Larry Obernesser II Memorial Award, Perfect Attendance Prize for four years, Perfect Punctuality Prize for four years, Syracuse University Project Advance and the Utica Symphony League Award. Nick will attend Colgate University and major in chemistry.