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Friendship Central announces Lamberson is Valedictorian of the Class of 2023

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Claire Jane Calhoun-Mullen named Salutatorian

Friendship Central School  is pleased to announce the Valedictorian and Salutatorian for the “Class of 2023.”

Katherine Grace Lamberson  has earned our highest honor of Valedictorian  by achieving a cumulative average of 97.526%.  She is the daughter of Doran and Lori Lamberson, and will be receiving an advanced regents diploma with honors.

Katherine has been a member of the National Honor Society for her sophomore, junior, and senior years and has earned high honor roll all four (4) years.  She has been actively involved in Student Government holding the office of Student Council President throughout her freshman, sophomore, junior, and senior years.  Katherine participated in Band her freshman year and has participated in Choir through all four (4) years of high school.  She was invited to participate in All County Choir her freshman, junior, and senior years and Area All State Choir her senior year.  She has also played Soccer and Softball during her freshman, sophomore, junior, and senior years, as well as Basketball during her freshman year.  Katherine has worked at the Friendship Food Booth at the Allegany County Fair all four (4) years and has work at Iva Ann’s On Main in Cuba during her senior year.  She also plays guitar to accompany herself singing and performs live at various local restaurants as a hobby.  Katherine has been accepted at and plans to attend SUNY Geneseo; she will pursue a degree in Biology Education.

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Claire Jane Calhoun-Mullen is our honored Salutatorian  achieving a cumulative average of 96.962%.  She is the daughter of Aaryn Calhoun and Ray Mullen, and will be receiving an advanced regents diploma with honors.

Clair has been a member of the National Honor Society for her sophomore, junior, and senior years and has earned high honor roll all four (4) years.  She has been actively involved in Class and Student Government holding the offices of Class President and Class Vice-President her freshman, sophomore, and junior years and the office of Student Council Treasurer during her senior year.  Claire has played Soccer, Basketball, and Softball throughout her freshman, sophomore, junior, and senior years.  She has also worked at the Friendship Food Booth at the Allegany County Fair during her junior year.  Claire has been accepted at and plans to attend SUNY Geneseo where she will be pursuing a degree in Psychology.

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