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MWCC President's Dean's Lists.

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FITCHBURG: Theodora Champa, Kelly Fedirko, Deborah Fnine, Mistie LeBlanc, David LeVangie

GARDNER: Christopher Alexandrovich, Brian Colcord, Amy Doucette, Charlotte Johnson, Christopher Kyprianos, Mark Landry, Amber Martel, Michael Pacheco

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LUNENBURG: Cynthia Knox

WESTMINSTER: Amy Moores, Nicole Rheault

The following students were named to the dean's list for the fall 2009 semester:

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GARDNER: Tracey Adams, Alyson Bariloni-Smith, Stephen Begley, William Begley, Angela Benoit, Renee Chandler, Suzanne Conrad, Gina Cudak, Cyndi Daly, William Dos Santos, Kristie Drawdy, Crystal Dubuque, Andrew Girard, Lloyd Graham, Jacob Hachey, Bethany Harding, Aileen Iverson-Doyle, Paul Johnson, Natasha Jones, Monica Kleber, Joshua Leduc, Tyler Leger, Albert Lemire, Kim Lyons, Michael Nason, Ashley Nault, Kathleen Nee, Meredith Olson, Emily Pacheco, Ryan Perkins, Evan Perreault, Carissa Roberts, Angel Santos, Sarah Shetrawski, Jason Stapel, Terri Stewart, Heidi Surette-Narcisse, Erin Sweeney, Beverly Sylvestre, Amarilis Torres, Paul Zbikowski

LEOMINSTER: Rebecca Abel, Bianca Alejandro, Benjamin Arsenault, Heather Arsenault, Joshua Arsenault, Kayla Babineau, Elsa Barbosa, Hillary Bartlett, Jessica Blanchard, Amberly Bliss, Jacalyn Boucher, Andrew Brosseau, Cagney Butilier, Jorge Calcano, Ileana Cancel Perez, Matinde Chacha, Lovette Chislom, Nicholas Colello, Shane Crawford, Marisete DaSilva De Paula, Lauren Dondero, Linda Doucette, Mariela Escalona Luna, Jonathan-Ray Fishenden, Danielle Flaherty, Amanda Gallant, Lee Roy George, Toni-Marie Gonzalez, Sarah Griffin, Jack Huynh, Rajesh Khajuriwala, Andrew Kouba, Carmelo Kuffel, Alan LeMay, Julia Londo, Lauren Madrigal madrigal, name for two different forms of Italian music, one related to the poetic madrigal in the 14th cent., the other the most common form of secular vocal music in the 16th cent. , Charlene Magardo, Atwaun Malave, Vincent Marino, Ryan Martinson, Yuliya Maslova, Darlyn Mateo-Pena, Mitchell Matthews, Jill McDowell, Katherine Munoz-Prieto, Amy Naveja, Luan Nguyen, Christine Nickoloff, Amanda Oelfke, Andrea Oldham, Michael Palermo, Allen Perry, Stephanie Piantedosi, Michael Pichette, Denise Quirion, Ashley Rivera, Leslie Rivera, Livanny Rivera, Michael Rolfe, William Schofield, Kayla Shea, Gabriela Silva, Steven Smith, Fabricia Soares, Jessica Starrett, Mark Swinimer, Deseri Talty, Toua Thao, Shelby Trobaugh, Ariana Vallee, Tamara Verhyen, Matthew Whitley, Ray Worthley, Kelly Zarach, Jennifer Zichelle

LUNENBURG: Javier Barazarte Mansilla, Emily Carr, Cindy Fanning, Christina Halfkenny, John Hamilton, Christopher Harris, Lisa Hommel, Rhonda Morin, Denise Pacy, Jessica Paton, Ian Reynolds, Jesse Roberts, Richard Shaw, Matthew Stevenson, Brooke Turner

WESTMINSTER: Danyel Blake, Bradley Cook, Heather Cornell, Melanie Despres, Jackson Haley, Jennifer Keller, Vanessa Landry, Leann Mazyck, Kenneth Murphy, Jordan Nickerson, Erin Ouellette, Matthew Rheault, Ashley Ruel, Douglas Seidlich, Jessica Soto, Katherine Stockdale
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