Midcoast school news, July 28

Posted July 24, 2011, at 9:20 p.m.

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Colleges

University of Maine

WALDOBORO — Julie Cote of Waldoboro was named to the dean’s list for the spring semester at the University of Maine.

Media Workshop volunteers

ROCKPORT — Maine Media Workshops + College announced a call for volunteers to support the school’s activities and extend its outreach into the midcoast community.

Volunteers are needed in a variety of areas: to post event posters throughout the midcoast; to meet and assist new students on campus; to help with landscaping, the kitchen garden, Maine Media Gallery, and campus offices and departments. Families are welcome to share the volunteering fun and experience the magic that resonates throughout the school.

For a campus tour and further information, contact volunteer coordinator Gwen Hughes at 407-496-0011or gwenlee@cfl.rr.com, or Chris Urquhart, volunteer liaison, at curquhart@mainemedia.edu.

State University

New York

WINTERPORT — Zebulon Davis Reynolds, 2008 Hampden Academy graduate and son of Lt. Col. W. Scott and Karen D. Reynolds of Winterport, received a bachelor’s degree in music on May 20 from Purchase College, Conservatory of Music, at State University New York.

Reynolds achieved a 3.84 cumulative GPA with consistent dean’s list honors, completing the four-year program in three years and earning 131 credits toward a 120-credit requirement. On June 20, Reynolds began a one-year, intensive program in game design at Vancouver Film School in Vancouver, British Columbia.

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