May 24, 2019

George Stevens Academy lists honor parts

BLUE HILL — George Stevens Academy has announced the honor parts for graduation on June 17.

Co-valedictorians will be Maria Cousins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Cousins of Blue Hill, and Catherine Domareki, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Domareki of Skowhegan.

Cousins, a member of the band, flute ensemble, and softball team, will attend Tennessee Temple University in Chattanooga in the fall and will major in adolescent psychology.

Domareki is co-president of the National Honor Society, the recipient of the 1990 Principal’s Award, a National Merit Scholarship finalist and Academic Achievement Award winner, a participant in the 1990 Spear Speaking Contest, a member of the French Club and the Stevens Speakers Committee. Domareki, who also set new records in track and field, will attend Vassar College, where she will study English, languages, theater and history.

The salutatorian is Justin Pollard, son of Mrs. Vicki Pollard and Howard Evans of Blue Hill. Pollard has been a member of the National Honor Society, the soccer team, the winter track team, the Bicycling Club, the Outing Club, the Student Council, the band, the jazz band, the French Club, the Mathematics Team, the Yearbook and the Stevens Speaker Series Committee. He will attend Stanford University and will major in political science and international relations.

Giving the invocation will be Christine Howe, daughter of Charles Howe of Waterville and Elizabeth Howe of Penobscot. She is senior class president, secretary of the National Honor Society, and a member of the French Club. She has participated in cross country and the Maine Summer Humanities Program. Howe will enroll in the University of Maine Honors Program, where she will pursue degrees in wildlife biology and French.

The benediction will be offered by Sarah O’Malley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William O’Malley of Castine. O’Malley is yearbook copy editor, president of the Drama Club, a member of the National Honor Society, the Outing Club, Amnesty International, and is vice president of the French Club. After a one-year interim, Howe will attend Hampshire College in Amherst, Mass.

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