Michael R. Tonucci, of Unionville, has been named to the dean's list at Endicott College, Beverly, Mass. He has accepted a position at The New England Center for Children, in Southboro, Mass., while earning his master's degree in psychology. He is the son of Richard and Bernice Tonucci.

Ryan M. Welsh of Simsbury has been named to the dean's list at St. Welsh a graduate of Simsbury High School, is majoring in physics and biochemistry with a minor in mathematics. Club hockey, Men Against Sexual Violence, The Swingin' Saints, The Fencing Club, and Dance Ensemble are among the activities that Ryan has participated in on campus.

Lindsay F. Schultz, daughter of Bill and Kathy Schultz of Simsbury, has been named to the dean's list at the University of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky.

Mike Lombardi, son of Frank and Roseann Lombardi of Simsbury, spent winter break volunteering with the Edmundite Communities in New Orleans, through Saint Michael's College alternative break/extended service'' program. Lombardi, a senior biology major at Saint Michael's a liberal arts residential Catholic College in the Burlington area of Vermont, graduated from Northwest Catholic High School.

New to the count was the dickcissel and great cormorant. One snow goose also was observed.

While in New Orleans, volunteers worked with Catholic Charities to help clean up after the devastation of Hurricane Katrina. The volunteers spent time gutting houses and working with retired couples.

Dr. Lawrence Lee, who practices pediatric dentistry in Torrington, spoke to the elementary students at the Litchfield Montessori School about the necessity for good oral hygiene habits and regular dental visits. The presentation was in recognition of Dental Health Month. Dr. Lee shared stories and dental materials as he reiterated the importance of establishing the foundation for lifelong healthy habits.

There were many species in low numbers, among them Northern goshawk, American kestrel, merlin, yellow bellied sapsucker, winter wren, American pipit, fox sparrow and swamp sparrow.

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Stephanie Coppa from Torrington, a psychology major at Russell Sage College, has been named a Kellas Scholar. Kellas Scholars are students who have been on the dean's list for three consecutive semesters.

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Selected for orchestra are: Ross Madsen, double bass; Hunter Plude, clarinet; Chip Rubino, bassoon; and Jeffrey Stote, violin. Selected for chorus is Madeline Smith, alto. These students will rehearse and perform with their respective ensembles at the 2007 Connecticut All State Musical Festival, to be held Men Canada Goose Constable Parka Navy Ireland Online March 29 in Waterbury. These students represent a record number of AHS band members who have achieved All State status. Gabe Colby, Chip Rubino, and Jeffrey Stote were named to the All Eastern United States Band and Orchestra, to perform as part of the Music Educators National Conference Eastern Regional Convention in Hartford, March 9 12.

Fourteen students at Avon High School have earned places, after auditions, for the 2007 Connecticut All State band, orchestra and chorus. The students selected are: band Gabe Colby, trombone; Joshua Gladstone, baritone sax; Alex Jacobson, percussion; Holden Nardini, timpani; Ryan Pavano, trombone; Chris Randall, bassoon; Billy Sisson, euphonium; Taylor Smith, alto saxophone; and Rebecca Tobet, clarinet.

The following students at Colby News College, in Waterville, Maine, have been named to the dean's list: Robert E. Kievit, a sophomore and a biology major, is the son of William and Kristin Kievit of Farmington; Carla F. Jacobs, a psychology and English major, is the daughter of Barry and Angelina Jacobs of Burlington. William A. Crowe, a junior, has recently returned from spending the fall semester in Spain studying at the University of Salamanca through the Colby in Salamanca program. There he earned a place on the dean's list. He is the son of William Crowe and Susan Strobel of Canton. Meghan E. Herlihy, a junior, majoring in Spanish, is spending the semester in Argentina studying at the University of Buenos Aires through the Council on International Educational Exchange. She is the daughter of Thomas and Janet Herlihy of Simsbury.

Also, Greta W. Lindquist, daughter of Cheryl and Carl Lindquist, of Harwinton, has been named to the dean's list. Greta a senior is majoring in visual communications.

Regina Cesaro, daughter of Patricia Harris of Burlington and Mark Cesaro of Farmington, is studying off campus with the Arcadia University program in Italy. Cesaro is a graduate of Miss Porter's School, and is a junior psychology major at Denison University, Granville, Ohio.