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~ News ~

York High School 2nd Quarter Honor Roll

Grade 12 HIGH HONORS Thomas Donnelly, Abigail Gerbino, Payton Humphrey, Robyn Jutras, Kathryn Miller, Brynn Rankin, Grace Reynolds, Leah Sobotka, Anne Yauch, Alexander Zinkevicz

HONORS Benjamin Alexander, Alexander Bair, Anna Baker, Kiley Blondin, Elissa Bychok, Grace Campbell, Thomas Carr, Samantha Corbett, Brian Cronin, Garrett Cronin, Vincent Derro, Wendy Donnell, Jack Drew, Kayla Edminster, Sophia Eytel, Shauna Hannigan, Jared Heyland, Isabella Hoeveler, Dinon Hughes, Kelsey Johnston, Gvantsa Jologua, Laura Kenealy, Teal Kim, Corina Lombardi, Grant Long, Timothy MacDonald, Jacob Martin, Thomas McCarthy, Cali McDonald, Sarah McPhail, Natalie Mitchell, Joseph Moulton, Mairead Murphy, Alex Nickerson, Natalie Panteleos, Elizabeth Papp, Isabel Pease, James Peter, Colby Peters, L indsey Plaisted, S a mantha Pooler, William Rodman, Lauren Schoff, Brett Smith, Morgan Smith, Hannah Sparks, Madeline Spear, Arie Thompson, Zachary Westman, Diana Whitman, Margaret Wilkinson, Cecelia Williamson

COMMENDATIONS Zoe Bardwell, Sophia Blanchard, Sydney Bouchard, Kylie Caramihalis, McKenzi Dixon, Benjamin Duffy, Mark Engholm, Joseph

Taylor Bair, Sophia Barbaro, Noah Ernenwein, Addelynn Fagan, Marshall Ford, Noah Fox, Grace Gear, Derek Goldberg, Dawson Gundlah, May Hoover, Megan Jancovic, Julianna Kiklis, Samuel Knight, Ethan Layton, Andrew Lewis, Martha McCaddin, Bridget Monteith, John O’Brien, Emlyn Patry, Tingting Qian, Ambur Towers, Trevor Webb, Frank Witham

Graziano, Casey Harrison, Marlow Hubbard, Madeline McKie, Taylor Parker, Emma Ruland, Hanna Sevigny, William Sheive, Daniel Thurlow, Ryan Thurlow, Anya Walsh, Brendan Webster, Isabella Whitney, Abigail Wood

Grade 11 HIGH HONORS Hannah Gennaro, Isabella Godfrey, Joseph Goulette, Audrey Grimes, Marie Hamel, Erin O’Donnell, Kayla Tozier

Grade 10 HIGH HONORS Isabelle Babcock, Brianna Baker, Abigail Bourgeois, Amelia Burley, Jillian Dorazio, Sydney Fogg, Caroline Harrington, Braedon Harrod, Phoebe Keenan, Pari Kim, Rollan Lemieux, Fiona Murphy, Katlyn Nowell, Bailey Oliver, Isabella Regonini, Willis Rivers, Emma Runte, Sophie Trafton

HONORS Elizabeth Adams, Halee Bando, James Bock, Andrew Bricker, Rachel Carr, Elijah Clark, Christopher Cummins, Isabella DeLuca, Katherine Donovan, Kayla Dredge, Collin Edminster, Christine Ellis, Isabel Ellison, John Forester, Ethan Hanson, Riley Henriques, Augustus Hogan, Sarah Johnson, Abigail Kavanagh, Jack Kelley, Lucas LaBelle, Trevor Lavigne, Caroline Leal, Jynessa LeBlanc, Lauren Leroux, Christopher Marcoullier, Jenna Mealey, Graham Mercer, Kate Murphy, Sophia Newton, Peyton Nickerson, Ben Northrop, Danielle O’Connell, Hayden Ott, Erin Palmer, Shane Pidgeon, Nicholas Rainforth, Grace Richard, Jonathan Rodrigues, Bailey Samber, Anabel Santini, Ethan Sheive, Archil Shonia, Noah Szczepanik, Margaret Talty, Matthew Talty, Kathryn Tetreault

...OPIOIDS from page 17 otherwise have to live with strangers. As one Maine grandparent said in a television interview, “In the end, it’s worth it to know that they are happy and safe.” Throughout history, grandparents have stepped in to provide safe and secure homes to their grandchildren, replacing traumatic pasts with loving and hopeful futures. The opioid crisis has called on grandparents in even greater numbers. The Supporting Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Act would help those grandparents who have stepped up to ensure a better life

HONORS Paul Briggs, Lily Brodsky, John Bychok, Ashley Carney, Barbara Conratd, Camden Cummings, Ma ximilian Cutler, D yamond Dempsey, Margaret DesMarais, Adam Diment, Tyler Donnell, Anna Donnelly, Jakob Eneman, Noah Eneman, Jamie Filias, Jackson Forbes, Amy Forester, Catherine Giffen, Gregory Goldberg, Shyanne Goodwin, Ella Hanson, Kelly Hermawan, Nina Howe, Nikole Keech, Mary Kocev, Delaney LaBonte, William MacDonald, Josiah Mackaman, Chloe Makela, Abigail Orso, Emma Parrotta,

COMMENDATIONS

Joshua Pease, Skylar Pruett, Cassandra Reinertson, Tyler Rivers, Kailyn Robie, Sophia Ruland, Hayley Smith, Calvin Soares, Justin Suarez, Kya Talley, Emma Whitman, Lauren Woodward, Anna Wright

COMMENDATIONS Noah Caramihalis, Thomas Coughlin, Owen Hoeveler, Sara Lamoureaux, Riley Linn, William Masterson, Miranda Monz, Braiden Moulton, Hannah Newcombe, Garrett Ouellette, Maggie Prince, Bryce Reagan, Molly Rohrer, Lila Sewall

for their children’s children. Submitted by Senator Susan M. Collins. The Sentinel does not endorse any products or services suggested by third-party sources. ...BOOK from page 18 most. Nick Benas is a qualified mental health associate and a former United States Marine sergeant, as well as Iraqi combat veteran. He is the former director of business operations for Clatsop Behavioral Healthcare, a private non-profit mental health agency located in Astoria, OR. He is also a certified mental health first aid instructor by the National Council for Behavioral Health, teaching adults and youth modules. He travels around the country training individuals on how to recognize a developing mental illness and prevent someone from slipping into a crisis. Michelle Hart, LCSW, has more than 20 years experience in the field of social work and has worked in residential and outpatient clinics, educational settings and probation and parole. Her primary focus and passion has been centered around trauma and its impact on children, families, and adults.

~ Where To Dine ~

Dining Guide Weekly Recipe: Irish Spiced Beef The story goes that my Irish ancestors brought this recipe along when they immigrated to the U.S. It takes nearly a week, start to finish, but that gives the meat time to become really tenderized and build up layers of flavor. —Mary Shenk, Dekalb, Illinois

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1 fresh beef brisket (6 pounds) 1/3 cup packed brown sugar 3/4 cup coarse sea salt 1/4 cup chopped onion 4 bay leaves, crushed 3 teaspoons pepper 2 teaspoons dried rosemary, crushed 2 teaspoons dried thyme 1-1/2 teaspoons ground allspice 1-1/2 teaspoons ground cloves 4 medium onions, sliced 4 medium carrots, sliced 2 celery ribs, sliced 2 cups stout or beef broth Rye bread, Swiss cheese slices and Dijon mustard

DIRECTIONS Place beef in a 15x10x1-in. baking pan; rub with brown sugar. Refrigerate, covered, 24 hours.

In a small bowl, mix salt, chopped onion, bay leaves and seasonings; rub over beef. Refrigerate, covered, 3 days, turning and rubbing salt mixture into beef once each day. Preheat oven to 325°. Remove and discard salt mixture. Place beef, onions, carrots, celery and stout in a roasting pan. Add water to come halfway up the brisket. Roast, covered, 4-4-1/2 hours or until meat is tender. Cool meat in cooking juices for 1 hour. Remove beef; discard vegetables and cooking juices. Transfer beef to a 13x9-in. baking dish. Refrigerate, covered, overnight. Cut diagonally across the grain into thin slices. Serve with rye bread, cheese and mustard. Yield: 14 servings. Editor’s Note: This is a fresh beef brisket, not corned beef.

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