Anna Callahan of Brunswick High School was named 1st Runner Up in the 2016 Congressional Art Competition for Maine’s 1st District.
Held each year, the Congressional Art Competition takes place in participating Congressional Districts across the country. One winning work from each District hangs in a special exhibit at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C., for a year. This year, a jury put together by the Maine Arts Commission and Maine College of Art selected Maine winners from the top finishers in the regional Scholastic Arts Competition.
All the images can be viewed and downloaded at: http://bit.ly/1TH9pd4.
Spurwink has hired Jessica Conery-Poulin as public school counselor at the Harpswell Coastal Academy for grades 6-8. Conery-Poulin, who resides in Brunswick and Harpswell in the summers, earned her master of social work from the University of Denver and is a licensed social worker. For the past three years, she has worked as a residential clinician with Spurwink, a nationally accredited nonprofit organization that provides a broad range of behavioral health and educational services throughout Maine.
Eric Kousky from Brunswick has accepted an offer to attend the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland.
Kousky graduated from Brunswick High School in 2015 and is currently studying mechanical engineering at the University of San Diego. His parents are Todd and Jennifer Kousky.
In a letter requesting the nomination, Kousky said growing up near the Brunswick Naval Air Station, where his father served as an officer before it was decommissioned, helped inspire his interest in attending the Naval Academy. “Becoming a Naval officer will allow me to shine as a leader in service to my country,” Kousky wrote. “The Navy offers the heritage and tradition that I have grown to admire. It is why I want to go through indoctrination and experience a military lifestyle rather than a conventional college lifestyle.”
To be considered for an appointment to a service academy, applicants must be nominated by an authorized nominating source, which includes members of Congress.
University College at Bath/Brunswick is hosting a Justice Studies Information Session noon-1 p.m. Tuesday, March 22. Sharon Sawyer, assistant professor of Justice Studies, University of Maine at Augusta, will provide an overview of the UMA Justice Studies degree and the paralegal certificate and discuss related career paths.
The UMA Justice Studies program is available through courses offered at the University College center and online. Graduates of the program are employed in a variety of fields ranging from local, state and federal law enforcement, probation, substance abuse prevention, victim’s advocate, mediator, paralegals and private security.
To register for the session to be held at Orion Hall, room 101, register online at http://bit.ly/1LmVW8c or call 800-696-2329. University College at Bath/Brunswick is located on the Southern Maine Community College Midcoast Campus, Orion Hall,12 Sewall St., Brunswick.
Alexis Dickinson, of Brunswick, majoring in psychology.
Cecelia Carey-Snow, of Brunswick, majoring in rhetoric.
Allison Hill, of Brunswick, majoring in environmental studies.
Jennifer Burgess, of Brunswick
Samantha Hurley, of Brunswick
Alexander Howard, of Brunswick, who is studying in the computer engineering program.
Zachary Miller, of Brunswick, who is studying in the computer engineering program.
Jacob Morin, of Brunswick, who is studying in the computing exploration program.
Connor Ozment Schenck, of Brunswick, who is studying in the university studies program.
Anne Queally, an architecture major from Brunswick
Alison Stankiewicz, an elementary education major from Brunswick
Kate Johnson, Richard Johnson, Angela Lallier, Heidi Leland, Corey Wentworth, and Sarah Wyman, all of Brunswick
Ashley Woodworth, of Topsham
Susan Tardiff, of West Bath
Kathleen Bodmer of Topsham
Christopher Schofield of Bath
Madison D. Andrews of Brunswick, a member of the class of 2016 majoring in English.
Laurel A. Hurd of Brunswick, a member of the class of 2016 majoring in Estudios Hispanicos
Twenty students from the Hyde-Bath, Hyde-Woodstock, and Morse High School wrote and performed songs before a sold-out crowd at the Chocolate Church Feb. 27. The students had some professional help from facilitators of the 12th annual Singer Songwriters Workshop.