BRIDGTON – George Foisy, son of Kenneth and Pat Foisy of Lewiston, is among 185 young men studying this year at Bridgton Academy. Foisy, a graduate of Lewiston High School, has earned high honors for the first marking quarter.

On honor roll

HOLDERNESS, N.H. – Ben Mawhinney, a senior at the Holderness School, has been named to the school’s first quarter high honor roll. He has posted an academic average of better than 90.

This fall Mawhinney also worked in the on-campus student jobs program and served as the house leader of his dormitory. He was co-captain of a varsity cross country team that took third place at the New England prep school championships, and is the founder and editor-in-chief of the Picador, which is the student newspaper. He is the son of Dan and Diane Mawhinney of Auburn.

Andrew Kary, a junior at Holderness, has also been named to the first quarter high honor roll.

Kary has also worked in the school’s on-campus student jobs program and played on the junior varsity football team. He is the son of Dr. Daniel Kary of Greene and Dr. Martha Lawrence of Auburn.

Kimber Bolduc of Auburn, has been accepted at Thomas College starting in September 2006. Bolduc plans to major in marketing management. She is the daughter of Randy and Dawn Bolduc.

Johnson & Wales University student Erica Wenzel of Auburn, who is pursuing a bachelor of science in management from the College of Business at the Providence campus has been named to the dean’s list for the 2005 fall term ending in November. To receive dean’s list commendation, students must earn a cumulative grade point average of 3.40 or above.

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