Rutland Regional Medical Center
A daughter, Ryleigh Mae Baker, was born July 10, 2020, to Ariel Billings and Peter Baker of Pittsford.
A daughter, Elaine Hope McCallum, was born July 14, 2020, to Harley Combs and Cody McCallum from Wells and Rutland.
A daughter, Josephine Lynn Stevens was born July 14, 2020, to Emily Rock and Josh Stevens of Mendon.
Meagan Jean Rose of Brandon received a Master of Education degree in curriculum and instruction from University of Massachusetts Lowell.
Emily Lowell of Brandon received a Master of Business Business Administration from the Pompea College of Business at the University of New Haven, Connecticut.
Local graduates from Saint Michael's College in Colchester include Morgan Cecile Collins of Mount Holly, Bachelor of Arts in psychology; Emilee Marie Cornelius of Rutland, Bachelor of Science, cum laude in biology; and Haley Rae Hull of West Rutland, Bachelor of Science in business administration.
Noah Beauchain of Shrewsbury graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Exercise and Sport Physiology, magna cum laude, from Plymouth State University in Plymouth, New Hampshire.
Recent University of Connecticut graduates include Amy Nicole Jones of Brandon, Bachelor of Science Pathobiology; Brian Robert McCarthy of Brattleboro, Bachelor of Arts Psychological Sciences; Katherine Emily Nelligan of Killington, Bachelor of Science Animal Science; Andrew Thomas Taylor of Quechee, Master of Arts Educational Psychology; Jordan Angela McShane of Stamford, Doctor of Audiology Speech, Lang and Hearing; and Drake Philip Hull of West Rutland, Bachelor of Science Applied and Resource Economics.
Community College of Vermont spring 2020 academic honors include:
President's list — Kyle Meckes-Gibbon of Middletown Springs; Shannon Breeden, Alana Golding, Deron Rixon, all of Rutland; Owen Ahearn, Nathaniel Hance, both of Wallingford; and Hunter Lanfear of West Rutland.
Dean's list — Tara Fenton of Bomoseen; Yvonne Harrison of Cornwall; Stiles Loper of Fair Haven; Haley Conway of Florence; Ashley Fowler, Chloe Speyers, both of Leicester; Wes Doner of Middlebury; KC Swan of Mount Holly; Samuel Hayden, Elizabeth Spencer, both of North Clarendon; Jenna Atkinson, Kimberly Davis, Hunter Hayes, Allison Morrill, Rachael Noel, Severin Sheldon, Noel Smart, all of Rutland; and Rebecca Dekalb, Angela Fredette, both of West Rutland.
Honors list — Elizabeth Creed, Ryan Francoeur, Samantha Stevers, all of Brandon; Andrew Burkins, Matthew Burkins, both of Bridport; Lisa Ladd, Kyle Wyman, both of Castleton; Charles Regula, Destiny Wingate, both of Center Rutland; Kimberly Benjamin of Danby; Darci McDonald of East Middlebury; Meghan Hudson, Daniel Swinington, Haley Walker, all of Fair Haven; Caileigh Bushey, Sierra Greenberg, Jamie Krymlak, Heather Quesnel, all of Middlebury; Cassandra Kosmalski, Leland Peschl, Diane Rosenmiller, all of Middletown Springs; Adam Pate of Mount Holly; Grace Hampton of North Clarendon; Tamara Gebo of Orwell; Emily Perry of Pittsford; Christine Greene of Poultney; Deanna Rider of Proctor; Samantha Benoit, Michelle Cordeiro, Miranda Dillon, Maxson Emmons, Kiana Fermin, Tyler Kingsbury, Shannon Morton, Meagan Santana, Kimberlee Simons, Annmarie Valentin, Amanda Vumbaco, all of Rutland; Daniel Myhre of Shrewsbury; Kate Goetz of Wallingford; Morghan Coltey of West Haven; Crystal Hartman, Erika Henderson, both of West Rutland; Eva Trudeau of Weybridge; and Natalie Drake, Katie Mitchell, both of Whiting.
Emalyn Remington of Poultney was named to the spring 2020 dean's list at the University of Maine at Farmington.
Cassie Pearce of Danby was named to the spring 2020 dean's list at Fairfield University in Fairfield, Connecticut.
University of Connecticut spring 2020 dean's list includes Paige Marion of Manchester Center, Courtney Creed of Rutland and Lizzy Parker of Springfield.
Recipients of the $1,000 Heritage Family Credit Union 2020 Scholarships are Aryn Iannuzzi of Burr & Burton Academy, Haley Lassen from Rutland High School, Kati Bashaw from Otter Valley Union High School and Austin May from Stafford Technical Center, as exemplary members of the student body with demonstrated leadership qualities within their school and community. The scholarship awards them $1,000 each to help them pursue further education in an accredited undergraduate program at a college, trade school or university.