3184 Pearl Street Road, Batavia. What a house! This 6 bedroom 3 bath home is situated on 3 pretty acres located in Town of Batavia in Pembroke School System! So much great space but yet all the potential of cozy homestead! Layout is great from the minute you step in-all rooms are large starting with the welcoming huge enclosed porch with windows galore! From there you step into oversized living room with great woodwork and pretty stone fireplace leading to bright kitchen and dining area! There is also first floor half bath with laundry and two bedrooms-and this is all only on the first floor alone! Upstairs features 4 more bedrooms and two full baths-master bedroom suite is HUGE! There is plenty of great woodwork, many rooms with nice hardwood floors some with carpeting..this home is move in ready and waiting for someone’s updated ideas!! The 3 acres outside doesn’t disappoint either-home sits up off of road secluded by pretty trees and opens up out back to wooded backdrop with room to roam and places to play and garden! Home has newer metal roof and recently connected to public water! This home has a lot to offer- easy to see, take a ride and enjoy the scenery! Delayed negotiation Monday Sept. 25th at 12:00
2419 Main Road, Corfu. Super solid and well cared for home that has so much more to offer than you can see from a driveby!! Home is really well laid out and square footage doesn't begin to show all the extra usable space there is, like the finished attic space that could easily be third bedroom or rec room, or the awesome partially finished high and dry basement that gives you tons of bonus space for additional living space or workshop area!! The kitchen, dining, living room is all connected and open for entertaining purposes and there is a lovely enclosed front porch that serves as a great morning room or TV watching on game days!! Two bedrooms and full bath on main floor make this the perfect home for someone that needs all one floor living! The location of home is perfect for easy access to shopping schools and thruway but the yard is where its at-it is fantastic!! Must walk to appreciate , it has a little something for everyone, deep-almost 2.5 acres-partially wooded with a path that allows you to sit and overlook creek-its great! Delayed negotiations so you can see for yourself Tuesday September 26 @12:00
5484 Horseshoe Lake Road, Batavia. Solid and well maintained country ranch! Located on pretty rural road but close to everything you need-shopping, restaurants, and quick access to all major routes for quick commutes! Also located in Batavia School System and minutes from College. This 4 bedroom 2 bath brick ranch will sure to please and surprise you with its spacious layout and great homeyness! The kitchen is updated with great cupboard space, first floor laundry at your fingertips and large but cozy family room with wood burner overlooking private pretty backyard. There is also an enclosed 3 season back porch for peaceful evenings as well as sunny and welcoming front porch with trex decking to welcome your guests! There is a deep attached garage as well as 8x10 back shed for all your extra storage needs. This home is ready for immediate occupancy and is easy to slip in and see! Delayed negotiations so you can get your opportunity until Monday September 25th at 7:00 p.m.
Call Reliant Real Estate to see these homes today! Call 585-344-HOME (4663).
Jennifer Lynn Bobzin, 53, of West Bergen Road, Bergen, is charged with criminal possession of a weapon 3rd, attempted assault 2nd, and menacing 3rd. Bobzin is accused of attempting to grab a weapon and using it to cause injury to another person during an argument reported at 6:40 p.m. on Sept. 20 at a location on West Bergen Road, Bergen.
Michael Steven Dranichak, 61, of Lake Street, Le Roy, is charged with failure to register a change of address. Dranichak is accused of failure to register a change of address within ten days. He was issued an appearance ticket.
Jacob William Patterson, 27, of Kilian Road, Pembroke, is charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance 7th. During an arrest on a separate matter, Patterson was allegedly found in possession of a controlled substance by Deputy Richard Schildwaster at a location on East Main Street, Corfu, at 2:01 p.m. on Feb. 2. Patterson was issued an appearance ticket.
John James Gronowski, 46, of Cheektowaga, is charged with trespass. Gronowski is accused of entering Batavia Downs after previously being advised he was not allowed on the property. He was issued an appearance ticket.
Larry Dominic Delre, 65, of Alleghany Road, Pembroke, is charged with grand larceny 4th and issuing a bad check. Delre is accused of writing a bad check for the purchase of mulch. He was reportedly given multiple opportunities to pay for the mulch but refused. Delre was issued an appearance ticket.
The Village of Corfu hosted its National Night Out -- an event held in communities throughout the U.S. to bring together public safety officers and communities -- along with its weekly Farmers Market. The market is open each Monday evening, as it was yesterday.
Photos by Howard Owens.
Corfu Fire is on scene on Water Street where a pole and wires came down and Waters Street is completely blocked.
It's near 24 Alleghany Road, but Route 77 remains open.
National Grid is in route.
UPDATE 3:36 p.m.: The wires over Route 77 are coming down lower so the Corfu chief is asking Darien Fire to respond and block traffic at McVean and Route 77. Corfu is shutting down traffic at Route 33 and Route 77.
Neighborhoods throughout your city are invited to join over 38 million neighbors across 17 thousand communities from all 50 states, U.S. territories, and military bases worldwide.
National Night Out is nationally sponsored by NATW, ADT, Starbucks, Associa, L.E.A.D. and co-sponsored locally by the Corfu Farmers Market.
National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign that promotes strong police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhoods safer, more caring places to live and work. Together, we are making that happen.
From time to time, neighbors throughout your city and across the nation are asked to lock their doors, turn on their front porch lights and spend the evening outside with neighbors and law enforcement.
Along with the traditional outside lights and front porch vigils, most communities celebrate National Night Out by hosting block parties, festivals, parades, cookouts, and other various community events with safety demonstrations, seminars, youth events, visits from emergency personnel, exhibits, and more.
National Project Coordinator, Matt Peskin said, “This is a night for our nation to stand together and promote awareness, safety, and neighborhood unity. National Night Out showcases the vital importance of police-community partnerships and citizen involvement. When law enforcement and the community work closely together, some amazing things can happen.”
Join the Corfu Farmer Markets, Monday, August 7 from 4 p.m. - 7 p.m. for our Community Night Out. For more information please contact Market Manager, Katy Hobbs at [email protected] or visit www.facebook.com/corfufarmersmarket for more information. For more information, please visit natw.org.
205 students from Genesee Community College named to President's List. Students honored on the President's List have maintained full-time enrollment and earned a quality point index of 3.75 (roughly equivalent to an A) or better.
- Jennamarie Schiller of Alexander
- Christian Haller of Alexander
- Hiroto Mori of Batavia
- Alexandra Christopher of Batavia
- Paige Derisley of Batavia
- Benjamin Streeter of Batavia
- Jessie Leone of Batavia
- Joshua Jacobs of Batavia
- Unai Cruz Prieto of Batavia
- Benjamin Frongetta of Batavia
- Angelo Boncore of Batavia
- Donato Fiorentino of Batavia
- Kurstin Smith of Batavia
- Michael Lepkowski of Batavia
- Julie Busch of Batavia
- Allison Dent of Batavia
- Scott Dorchak of Batavia
- Lydia Evans of Batavia
- Andrew Atwood of Batavia
- Andresha Richardson of Batavia
- James Weicher of Batavia
- Xandria Jackson of Batavia
- Jocelyn Coburn of Batavia
- Cameron Heineman of Batavia
- Trent Ryan of Batavia
- Tamara DePalmo of Batavia
- Margaret DeMare of Batavia
- Vincent Sotir of Batavia
- Gabriella Rindell of Batavia
- Jonah Luplow of Batavia
- Joseph Perl of Batavia
- Melissa Mullen of Batavia
- Blake Pahuta of Corfu
- Henry Richley of Corfu
- Alec Skeet of Corfu
- Megan Stiles of Corfu
- Jill Paxon of Corfu
- Megan Miller of Corfu
- Amarri Watts of Corfu
- Isabella Wheeler of Darien Center
- Dominic Nicastro of Darien Center
- Leah Bezon of Elba
- Heidi Burdick of Oakfield
- Kenneth Kline of Oakfield
- Natalie Utz of Bergen
- Emily Johnson of Bergen
- Kaitlyn Windhauser of Bergen
- Joan-Marie Gabalski of Byron
- Bryanne Puma of Byron
- Sean Whiting of Le Roy
- Brock Flint of Le Roy
- Amy Kaplun of Le Roy
- Makayla Grant of Le Roy
- Willard Prevost of Le Roy
- Maille Martin of Le Roy
- Lauren Russell of Pavilion
243 students from Genesee Community College named to Provost's List. Students honored on the Provost's List have maintained part-time enrollment and earned a quality point index of 3.75 (roughly equivalent to an A) or better.
- Melanie Pohl of Alexander
- Phyllissa Mitzel of Alexander
- Ian Edmonds of Alexander
- Alan Riggi of Alexander
- Kevin Neureuter of Batavia
- Carrie Lathan of Batavia
- Jill Kratz of Batavia
- Maranda Vanelli of Batavia
- Michelle Witherow of Batavia
- Jennifer Kula of Batavia
- Naomi Peck of Batavia
- Lauren Reimer of Batavia
- Anthony Haitz of Batavia
- Brandon Delaporte of Batavia
- Amanda Woodrich of Batavia
- Stephanie Gordon of Batavia
- Shamiqua Hickman of Batavia
- David Boyce of Batavia
- Kelly Smith of Batavia
- Catherine Richardson of Batavia
- Kingsley Antwi Darkwa of Batavia
- Alexander Frank of Batavia
- Seth Coburn of Batavia
- James Pulliam of Batavia
- Don Buckel of Batavia
- Leah Buckel of Batavia
- Katie Abaire of Batavia
- Theresa Tesch of Batavia
- Elizabeth Rindell of Batavia
- Jessica Barone of Batavia
- Maia Hoffman-Miller of Batavia
- Sara Smith of Batavia
- Samantha Conibear of Batavia
- Mikhail Saxton of Corfu
- Neve Tilley of Corfu
- Colton Tarbell of Corfu
- Raymond Vanelli of Corfu
- Autumn Korytkowski of Corfu
- Trenton Woods of East Bethany
- Aidan McClurg of Elba
- Elizabeth Verratti of Elba
- Genevieve Roman of Oakfield
- Cierra Tiede of Oakfield
- Melinda Osborn of Oakfield
- Jacob Cone of Stafford
- Amara Condidorio of Le Roy
- Matthew Bolton of Le Roy
- Dylan Dziekan of Pavilion
SUNY Oswego recently recognized three Genesee County residents as high academic achievers on its President’s List and Deans’ List for the spring 2023 semester.
President's List students are those attaining semester grade-point averages of 3.8 or higher while carrying required academic credits. Students on the President’s List include:
Charles T. Burton, Batavia, creative writing
Collin J. Knapp, Byron, journalism
Deans' List students are those attaining semester grade-point averages between 3.3 and 3.79 while carrying required academic credits. Students on the Dean's List include:
Ty C. Kornow, Basom, psychology
Finch Uhrinek, Basom, geology
Dylan Zielinski, Corfu, broadcasting and mass communication; cinema and screen studies
Rochester Institute of Technology(RIT) conferred more than 4,800 degrees at all of its campuses in the 2022-2023 academic year. RIT's academic convocation celebration was held in May and featured remarks by Thomas Zurbuchen, astrophysicist and the longest continually serving associate administrator for the Science Mission Directorate in NASA's history.
The following local residents received degrees:
- Nicholas Kelly of Byron received a degree in software engineering (BS)
- Andrew Pickard of Batavia received a degree in software engineering (BS)
- Sophia Zwolinski of Corfu received a degree in mechanical engineering (BS)
- Maddi Howard of Elba received a degree in psychology (BS)
- Megan Conibear of Corfu received a degree in global business management (BS)
- Jacob Gualtieri of Le Roy received a degree in computer engineering (BS)
- Kyle Tezanos of Batavia received a degree in materials science and engineering (MS)
- Rachel Schauf of Batavia received a degree in secondary education of students who are deaf or hard of hearing (MS)
- Ella Llewellyn of Batavia received a degree in medical illustration (BFA)
- Will Palmer of Batavia received a degree in new media design (BFA)
- Callee Norton of Elba received a degree in biomedical sciences (BS)
- Chase Roth of Alexander received a degree in web and mobile computing (BS)
- Colin Hunt of Batavia received a degree in packaging science (BS)
- Michaela Mesiti of Le Roy received a degree in science, technology and public policy (MS)
A total of 696 SUNY Cortland students earned President's List honors for the Spring 2023 semester. To qualify for the President's List, students must earn a grade of A- or better in each of their classes while carrying a course load of 12 hours or more.
- Emma Efing of Le Roy (Adoles Educ-Social Studies)
- Emma Gutowski of Corfu (Professional Writing)
More than 2,300 students earned recognition for academic excellence on the SUNY Cortland Dean's List for the Spring 2023 semester. The Dean's List is the highest ranking for undergraduate students in their respective academic areas of the university. Students must earn a minimum 3.3 grade point average for the semester to make the list.
- Emma Efing of Le Roy (Adoles Educ-Social Studies)
- Emma Gutowski of Corfu (Professional Writing)
Zachary D. Leitten is indicted on three counts of aggravated DWI, a Class E felony, DWI, a Class E felony, DWI, as a misdemeanor, and driving with a BAC of .08 or greater, a misdemeanor. Leitten is accused of driving drunk with children less than 15 years old in the car on Jan. 17 in the Village of Corfu. His BAC at the time of his arrest was allegedly .08.
Kent L. Handy, Jr., is indicted on a count of DWI, a Class E felony. Handy is accused of driving drunk on Jan. 28 in the Town of Stafford while on the Thruway. The indictment alleges that Handy was previously convicted of DWI on Sept. 8, 2015, in the City of Rochester.
Ryan J. Wanike is indicted on counts of DWI, a Class D felony, and driving with a BAC of .08 or greater, a Class D felony. Wanike is accused of driving drunk on Nov. 28 on Clinton Street Road in the Town of Stafford. His BAC was allegedly .08. The indictment alleges that he had a prior DWI conviction on Sept. 24, 2015, in the Town of Gates.
Sarah L. Elmore is indicted on counts of aggravated DWI, a Class E felony, and driving with a BAC of .08 or greater, a Class E. felony. Elmore is accused of driving with a BAC 0f .08 or greater with a child less than 15 years old in the vehicle on Sept. 10 in the Town of Bethany on Molasses Hill Road.
Joseph C. Jeffords is indicted on counts of falsifying business records in the first degree, a Class E felony, and petit larceny, a Class A misdemeanor. Jeffords is accused of falsifying a bill of sale at Pawn King on Dec. 10 in order to conceal a theft from Dick's Sporting Goods.
Parker E. Payton is indicted on counts of aggravated unlicensed operation in the first degree, a Class E felony, DWI, a Class E felony, and driving with a BAC of .08 or greater, a Class E felony. Payton is accused of driving drunk while on a revoked license on Dec. 31 on South Street in the Village of Le Roy.
Dale W. Skaters, Jr., is indicted on one count of grand larceny in the fourth degree. Skates is accused of stealing property valued at more than $1,000 while at The Home Depot on Nov. 16.
Chad W. Main is indicted on counts of driving while ability impaired by drugs, a Class E felony, aggravated unlicensed operation in the first degree, a Class E felony, criminal possession of a controlled substance in the fifth degree, a Class D felony, and criminal possession of a controlled substance in the seventh degree, a Class A misdemeanor. Main is accused of driving while impaired by drugs on Parmalee Road in the Town of Le Roy on Dec. 2 while his license was revoked. He is accused of possessing more than 500 milligrams of cocaine and of possessing methamphetamine. The indictment alleges that Main had his driving privileges revoked on April 27, 2017.
Isaac D. Abrams is indicted on one count of robbery in the second degree, a Class C violent felony. Abrams is accused of using force on March 10 to steal money and a safe from a dispensary on Poodry Road in the Town of Alabama.
Matthew M. Keiffer is indicted on counts of burglary in the third degree, a Class D felony, two counts of grand larceny in the fourth degree, a Class E felony, and criminal mischief in the third degree, a Class E felony. Kieffer is accused of breaking into a business in the Town of Pembroke on March 16, causing damage to the building, with the intent to commit a crime, and of stealing two credit cards.
Anthony F. Armstrong, Jr., is indicted on counts of burglary in the first degree, a Class B violent felony, unlawful imprisonment in the first degree, criminal possession of a weapon in the third degree, a Class D felony, menacing in the second degree, a Class A misdemeanor, and three counts of criminal mischief in the fourth degree, a Class A misdemeanor. Armstrong is accused of entering an apartment on Walnut Street, City of Batavia, on March 20, with the intent to commit a crime within, and of using a serrated blade knife to threaten another person and of unlawfully restraining that person. He is also accused of causing physical damage to the property.
After selling barbecue in front of his house to help locals endure the 2020 pandemic, Nick Rada decided it was time to translate his training and skills with smoked meat and open an authentic Southern BBQ restaurant in Corfu.
It's where his lifelong passion has led him.
“I’ve always had a passion for it. I always would hang out back by my grandfather’s pond. [I would] cook over live fire,” Rada said.
After years of cooking with fire, Rada found himself in Greenville, S.C., and he said a man nicknamed “Mr. T” showed him old-school southern barbecue. It was there that Rada’s passion for barbecue was solidified. Now, after barbecuing first as a hobbyist, then for those during the pandemic, Rada has opened his own restaurant.
The restaurant offers catering, limited dine-in services and takeout.
Diners can enjoy Southern classics like smoked barbecue chicken, pulled pork, chopped beef and more. Rada also takes great pride in not just perfecting his main dishes but his sides as well. Macaroni and cheese, collard greens and tangy cole slaw are fan favorites.
“It’s about as authentic and true you will get to real barbecue compared to anywhere down south. Even though I’m up in New York State, come on in, and you’ll have good barbecue. I take pride in it.”
He makes his own sauce, mixing his own sauce that he developed with a store-bought sauce. The baked beans and potato salad are made from scratch.
He said during the summer, most of his business is catering, and his weekends are frequently booked.
Burnin’ Barrel BBQ is located at 10 E. Main St in Corfu. Open from 11:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. Thursdays and Fridays.
Photos by Howard Owens.
2023 Indian Falls Road, Corfu - OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY JULY 1, from 11am-1:00pm! Truly the most warm and inviting country home you will see! Immaculately kept this property has all quality upgrades and is no flip! All Anderson windows, radiant in floor heat(you will fall in love again this winter)upgraded 200 amp electrical service, fully gutted/remodeled kitchen with gorgeous tongue and groove ceiling and large pantry room with laundry is just the start! Inviting country kitchen has small breakfast nook as well as dining area for larger gatherings. Cozy wood burning stove and half bath downstairs for your guests makes this place great for entertaining as well as large family room with Cathedral ceiling and beautiful windows that lead out to wrap around deck with views of the prettiest backgrounds! Inviting 1st floor bedroom suite with closet everyone will be jealous of and newly renovated large&bright private bath that leads to its own deck with hot tub! A 2 bay shop built in 2016 with xtra tall covered carport ready for RV, gorgeous gardens, fruit trees and grapevines and fire pit area with charming waterfall makes this property a true homestead! Offers due July 5 @ 4:00.
The welcome mat, in the form of entry signs into the village, will be a little brighter in Corfu beginning this summer.
After 15 years, the entry signs along the main thoroughfares into Corfu have become a bit faded, so the village board invited art students at Pembroke High School to design and paint new signs.
They wanted color, flowers, especially tulips, and a welcoming message.
That's what they got, and students involved in the project said they got to work on an exciting, meaningful project.
"It was a cool experience because we could kind of shape how things in our community look," said Kayla Reynolds, who just finished her senior year and is heading off in the fall to Roberts Wesleyan. "It was a fun project. We could be creative and try to represent our town in the best way possible."
Junior Sophie Crandall is thinking about making a career in art so the project was especially fascinating to her, she said.
"I just think it was really interesting getting to do such a big project with very little restriction," she said. "We kind of got to do whatever we wanted with those designs."
Fifteen years ago, a group of Pembroke students designed the outgoing signs, and when the village's maintenance supervisor Norm Waff noticed the signs were showing their age, he approached the village board about designing and painting a new set of signs.
Waff said he thinks the students are really talented and did a wonderful job.
"I think that it really gives the students an opportunity to get involved in activities of the village around Pembroke," Waff said.
Deputy Mayor Michael Doktor said the students were given only a little direction -- incorporate village history, which means flowers.
"Other than that, it was just really leaving it up to the kids' imagination and their creativity," Doktor said.
About tulips: In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, there were five greenhouses in Corfu. The florists mainly grew tulips and the tiny village was one of the largest exporters of tulips in the nation. Changing tastes and the Great Depression led to the eventual demise of the tulip, but a couple of the greenhouses survived until just the past decade or so (both were heavily damaged by the 2009 tornado that blew through town) by growing mums.
Mayor Tom Sargent said the project both helps beautify the community as well as builds community spirit.
"This is something that keeps the kids involved in our community," Sargent said. "It's a way for them to give back. Now every time that they come into the village, even 10 years from now, the signs will still be here. They can say, 'I did that sign.'"
The fact that the students knew everybody entering the village over the next 10 or 15 years would see the signs really motivated them to do their best work, Reynolds said.
"We really wanted it to be the best quality possible because people are gonna see it for -- we don't really know how many years -- and everyone that drives into Corfu is going to see these signs. We wanted them to be as finished and as professional looking as possible."
A motorcycle is reportedly off the road with injury at Route 33 at Snipery Road, Corfu.
Corfu Fire and Mercy EMS dispatched.
UPDATE 11:24 p.m.: Apparently, only cuts and scrapes, according to a first responder.
2023 Indian Falls Road, Corfu. OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY JULY 1st from 11am-1pm. Truly the most warm and inviting country home you will see! Immaculately kept, this property has all quality upgrades and is no flip! All Anderson windows, radiant in floor heat (you will fall in love again this winter), upgraded 200 amp electrical service, fully gutted/remodeled kitchen with gorgeous tongue and groove ceiling and large pantry room with laundry is just the start! Inviting country kitchen has small breakfast nook as well as dining area for larger gatherings. Cozy wood burning stove and half bath downstairs for your guests makes, this place great for entertaining as well as large family room with Cathedral ceiling and beautiful windows that lead out to wrap around deck with views of the prettiest backgrounds! Inviting 1st floor bedroom suite with closet everyone will be jealous of and newly renovated large&bright private bath that leads to its own deck with hot tub! A 2 bay shop built in 2016 with xtra tall covered carport ready for RV, gorgeous gardens, fruit trees and grapevines and fire pit area with charming waterfall makes this property a true homestead! Offers due July 5 @ 4:00.
The following students were named to the Dean's List at Rochester Institute of Technology for the spring semester of the 2022-2023 academic year. Full-time degree-seeking undergraduate students are eligible for Dean's List if their term GPA is greater than or equal to 3.40; they do not have any grades of "Incomplete", "D" or "F"; and they have registered for, and completed at least 12 credit hours.
Jake Humes of Batavia, who is in the applied arts and sciences program.
Tori Russell of Pavilion, who is in the biotechnology and molecular bioscience program.
Jake Long of Batavia, who is in the civil engineering technology program.
Lexi Begin of Corfu, who is in the communication program.
Zach Wagner of Batavia, who is in the computer engineering program.
Tanner Richardson of Batavia, who is in the electrical engineering program.
Emily Eckdahl of Stafford, who is in the environmental sustainability, health and safety program.
Megan Johnson of Oakfield, who is in the finance program.
Megan Conibear of Corfu, who is in the global business management program.
Amelia Beckman of Batavia, who is in the illustration program.
Xishun Miller-Williams of Batavia, who is in the industrial engineering program.
Sophia Zwolinski of Corfu, who is in the mechanical engineering program.
Austin Hunt of Batavia, who is in the mechanical engineering technology program.
Timothy Bessel of Le Roy, who is in the mechanical engineering technology program.
Ella Llewellyn of Batavia, who is in the medical illustration program.
Fanny Venegas of Elba, who is in the photographic and imaging arts program.
Megan Watson of Le Roy, who is in the photographic sciences program.
Madison Maniace of Pavilion, who is in the physician assistant program.
Maddi Howard of Elba, who is in the psychology program.
Cambria Kinkelaar of Bergen, who is in the public policy program.
Robert Lin of Batavia, who is in the robotics and manufacturing engineering technology program.
Isaac Ladley of Byron, who is in the supply chain management program.
Chase Roth of Alexander, who is in the web and mobile computing program.
SUNY Canton President Zvi Szafran recognizes students for earning a spot on the spring 2023 President's List.
"Congratulations to all the exceptional SUNY Canton students who have earned a well-deserved spot on the President's List for the Spring 2023 Semester," Szafran said. "Your remarkable achievement is a testament to your dedication, perseverance and outstanding academic abilities. I take immense pride in witnessing your success and seeing you excel in such a highly competitive academic environment. I hope this accomplishment serves as a stepping stone towards even greater achievements in your future endeavors."
To earn a spot on the President's List, full-time students must earn a 3.75 or greater GPA during a single semester. A complete list of all honor students runs on www.canton.edu.
- Katharine N. Smallwood, a SUNY Canton Health Care Management major from Corfu.
- Zechariah Gowanlock, a SUNY Canton Emergency Management major from East Bethany.