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Made of Something Stronger Breakfast

Teacher and student holding up awards
From left, Montgomery County Legislature Chairman Robert Headwell Jr., Canajoharie High School educator honoree Donalee Bowerman, CHS student honorees Lucas Sunderland, Olivia Stanley and Jeremiah Durrin, and CHS Principal Rebecca Gleason. Not pictured is CHS student honoree Emma Trahan.

On Thursday, May 16 at the Winner’s Circle in Fonda, four Canajoharie seniors, and an educator were honored at the third annual Montogomery County Students and Educators Made of Something Stronger Breakfast.

Before the event, the school was asked to identify four well-rounded students who are all successful in the classroom and are excellent representatives of their school district and make a difference in the community; and an educator who goes above and beyond for their students and their schools.

Canajoharie Central School District identified seniors – Jeremiah Durrin, Olivia Stanley, Luke Sunderland, and Emma Trahan and Mrs. Donalee Bowerman, Special Education Teacher, as the educator.

The Made of Something Stronger initiative started in 2017 and focused on sharing positive stories in Montgomery County as residents are people strong of character, strong worth ethic, and strong will.

The breakfast was established where the best and brightest students and educators in Montgomery County could come together. The event shines a spotlight on the strong work ethic and strong character that students and educators from the county possess.