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Lee Miller was named to the dean’s list for the spring semester at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis. He will be a sophomore in the fall.

CONCORD

Kaitlyn Kelleher, daughter of Chris and Andi Kelleher, will attend the pre-medicine program at Syracuse University in the fall.

Abigeal Roche, daughter of Jim Roche of Concord and Nancy and Todd Knutson of Hayward, Wis., was named to the dean’s list for the spring semester at the College of Saint Benedict in St. Joseph, Minn. She is a senior communication major.

AUSTYN SHEA will compete in the international rally of Young Rescuers USA in the Republic of Belarus this month. He is a member of the Concord Fire Explorers, in which he was recently promoted to deputy chief. He is a senior at Concord High School.

DERRICK SPENCER, son of Michelle Spencer and Brett Spencer, earned high honors for the spring term at Phillips Exeter Academy. He is in ninth grade.

Justine Vallieres earned a bachelor’s degree in wildlife biology and animal welfare science from the University of British Columbia.

LACONIA

Alex Ray received an honorary associate’s degree from Lakes Region Community College. Ray received the degree and a college vest for his commitment to community service based on his willingness to assist the college’s Hospitality Club with kitchen space in one of his restaurants. Ray is the owner of The Common Man Family of Restaurants.

NEW HAMPTON

Kimberly Fielding received the Kathy Anderson scholarship from New Hampshire Electric Co-op Foundation. Named for the late Kathy Anderson, wife of New Hampshire Electric Co-op President/CEO Fred Anderson, the scholarship was created to help a deserving New Hampshire woman who is seeking to better her life through education. Fielding will continue her studies at NHTI in Concord where she is finishing her final year of college and working toward a degree in radiologic technology.

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