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Outstanding graduates honored at banquet

October 9, 2019 | Filed in HFM Adult Literacy & Corrections Education

Two graduates of the Gloversville Literacy Zone were honored Tuesday, Oct. 8 as 2019 Outstanding Adult Education Students of the Year by the New York Association of Continuing and Community Education. 

Gloversville resident Adam VanAvery and Johnstown resident Jaramie Allen were both honored at a banquet held at The Century House in Latham.

A third graduate, Kayla Hogabone, received an honorable mention in this year’s awards.

Congratulation to everyone!

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From left, HFM BOCES Adult Education Administrative Coordinator Laurie Bargstedt, award winner Jaramie Allen, New York State Education Department Deputy Commissioner Kevin Smith, and award winner Adam VanAvery.

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NYACCE President Jesse Roylance, NYSED AEPP Supervisor Bob Purga, award winner Jaramie Allen, and Regional Liaison Marisa Merissa Boomhower.

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NYACCE President Jesse Roylance, NYSED AEPP Supervisor Bob Purga, NYSED Deputy Commissioner Kevin Smith, Adam VanAvery, Regional Liaison Marisa Merissa Boomhower and Natalie Sgambato from HFM BOCES Adult Literacy Services.

 

 

 

 

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