In chapter 29 verse 11, Jeremiah tells us: "For I know the plans I have for you," declares the LORD, "plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future." With God, this church wants to extend blessings to each of our graduates recognized this year that they may prosper in all that they do. We hope that they know that we will always be here for them. We wish them great success in all of their future endeavors. We pray that they will seek Godís will for their lives in everything that they do.
Leo Ratcliffe, grandson of Frances and John Ratcliffe, graduated from Penfield High School and will be attending Ohio Technical College in Cleveland, Ohio. Leo received a scholarship for winning the state competition for Auto Technicians
Max Szuba, son of Beth and Richard Szuba, graduated from West Irondequoit High school with high honors and is a member of the National Honor Society. Max was the captain of volleyball team and set a school record for ace serves, and he was selected for several all-tournament teams and was on a national tournament team in Houston last summer. He will be attending SUNY IT in Utica in the fall for computer and electrical engineering and will be a playing volleyball for the school team.
Wendi M. Frederick, the daughter of Barbara Wolin, received her Masters of Business Administration Degree in Management from Lake Forest Graduate School of Management, Lake Forest, Illinois on June 28, 2015.
Catherin Marie McClellan, the granddaughter of Marilyn and Bion McClellan, graduated from Muhlenberg College Cum Laude with Honors in Media and Communications, and with Honors in Political Science. She will be entering Lehigh University this fall in the Community Fellows Program, working toward her Masterís Degree in Political Science.
Cooper W. D. Labinger, grandson of Ken and Sally Dodgson graduated from Oberlin College and Conservatory in Computer Science. Cooper was elected to Phi Beta Kappa and is currently employed at the College.
Kenneth Dean, Jr., has graduated from the Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine at the Carolinasí campus.