Last Updated on Thursday, 12 March 2015 13:46
Brittany Sulham, was crowned Miss Littleton Area on Saturday, June 21st. She is a 2014 graduate of Profile High School. Her platform was the importance of not texting while driving and her talent is modern dance. Her proud grandparents are Jackie and John Nikolais of Gilford, NH. Brittany resides in Bethlehem, NH.
Last Updated on Monday, 28 July 2014 21:06
Kate M. Warren was awarded a Master of Architecture degree from the Yale School of Architecture at commencement exercises held on May 19, 2014. Kate attended Gilford schools and then high school at Phillips Exeter Academy, graduating with honors in 2006. She earned a BA in Economics with minors in Business and Spanish from New York University in 2010. She studied architecture at Columbia University in Paris and New York before entering the graduate architecture program at Yale. In the spring of 2014 Kate was nominated for the architecture school’s H.I. Feldman Prize, which is
awarded annually to the student who demonstrates the best solution to an architectural problem in an advanced studio. Kate is the daughter of Karen Feltham and Howard Warren of Gilford and the granddaughter of Karna Feltham of Laconia.
Last Updated on Thursday, 22 May 2014 18:38
Katherine Marcoux, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Richard Marcoux PhD, formerly of Northfield, graduated Summa Cum Laude at Bryn Mawr College in Philadelphia. Katherine's passion for languages began as a child when her family moved to Italy and then to Japan. She studied French and Spanish in high school and took a semester of Mandarin. It was at Bryn Mawr, that Katherine received a Fulbright Scholarship to teach in the tiny country of Andorra. She spent the fall semester of her junior year abroad in Barcelona where she had the opportunity to volunteer as a teacher's aid at a private school, teaching English to first and third graders. Katherine's decision to spend her Fulbright year in Andorra stems from her study abroad in Barcelona where she was introduced to the Catalan language, the official language of Andorra. Katherine hopes not only to teach English while in Andorra, but also to be able to observe her thesis research first hand as well as immerse herself in their culture. "I have found that the best way to get to know a community is by being involved. It is through day to day interactions that you learn about each other's cultures and customs and realize how similar we are in the end, despite the differences of language and location."
Last Updated on Thursday, 22 May 2014 18:42