Mary Baldwin College in Staunton, Va., announces that Kelly Dawn Brose of Pittsfield has been named to the dean's list with a grade average of 3.5 or better. She is the daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Patrick Brose.
The following students from Warren County have completed requirements for graduation from Indiana University of Pennsylvania as of May 2009.
Clarendon: James Michael Johnson, bachelor of arts degree in psychology
Tidioute: Torry Byers Heverley, bachelor of arts degree in criminology
Warren: Sarah Michelle Johnson, bachelor of science degree in education, speech and language pathology education; Morgan Lee Rizzardi, Creekwood Dr., master of arts degree in student affairs in higher education
Rebecca G. Rokey of Warren graduated from Jamestown Community College in May 2009 with an associate of science degree in liberal arts: social sciences. She plans to continue her education at a four-year university this fall, majoring in anthropology. She also would like to eventually continue on to a master's degree in anthropology. She is the daughter of Roger Rokey of New Hampshire and the late Kathleen Rokey.
Christa Yaegle is a 2009-10 recipient of a $400 Regional Vision Scholarship from Clarion University. Yaegle, a freshman nursing major, is a daughter of Tom and Amy Yaegle of Warren and is a graduate of Warren High School. The Regional Vision Leadership Scholarship was established by Regional Vision Leadership Development for Rural Northwest Pennsylvania to assist Venango Campus students who exhibit leadership qualities in their community or school.
Megan Walton, daughter of Melissa McArthur and Dan Banko of Warren and Sam Walton and Sherrie Petrilla of Corry, has been recognized by the U.S. Achievement Academy in science. A student at Beaty-Warren Middle school, Walton was nominated by her teacher, Ms. Sullivan. Selection is based on academic performance, interest and aptitude, leadership, enthusiasm, motivation to learn and improve, attitude and dependability. Her name will appear in the academy yearbook.