Local women earn degrees from Endicott

BEVERLY, Mass. — Mallory Lauren Farley, daughter of Thomas and Lisa Farley of Rockport, graduated from Endicott College May 21 with a Bachelor of Science degree in hospitality management.

Marina Elizabeth French, daughter of James and Elizabeth French of Camden, majored in business administration at Endicott and received a Bachelor of Science degree.

Maine Maritime Academy announces dean's list

CASTINE — Two Rockport students achieved dean's list status with grade point averages of 3.3 or higher for the spring semester at Maine Maritime Academy. They are Paul McFarland and Marshall Spear, both of whom are majoring in marine engineering technology.

Pierce makes Colby dean's list

WATERVILLE — Erin M. Pierce of Camden, a member of the class of 2016, has been named to the dean's list at Colby College. She is the daughter of Brian and Andrea Pierce of Camden and is a graduate of Camden Hills Regional High School.

To qualify for Colby's Dean's List, students must earn a GPA of 3.75 or higher.

Aydelott earns degree from University of Vermont

BURLINGTON, Vt.  Hayley Aydelott of Camden graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science during commencement ceremonies May 22, 2016, at the University of Vermont.

The university conferred degrees this year on an estimated 2,937 graduates.

Curiosity Camp offered in Hope

HOPE — Sweet Tree Arts is offering three weeks of Curiosity Camp from July 11 to July 29.

Children between 5 and 10 years old are invited to explore ideas and questions through the arts and sciences. Themes of time, weather and motion through hands-on projects and experiences will be explored. Small group experiences allow for deep work and child led opportunities.

Camp runs from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday through Friday. A few spaces are still available for the weeks of July 11 and July 25.

For more information, costs, and to register visit sweettreearts.org or call 763-2770.

Rockport student receives Farm Credit East scholarship

Farm Credit East, the Northeast’s largest agricultural lending cooperative, recently awarded $49,500 in college scholarships to 33 student recipients. Each student received a $1,500 scholarship to apply towards his or her higher education.

Among them is Elliott Pendleton, of Rockport, who attends the University of Maine to major in animal science and education. He plans to work in agricultural education.

“This year’s scholarship recipients aspire to make a difference in their communities and are well on their way to becoming agriculture’s future leaders and entrepreneurs,” said CEO Bill Lipinski, in a news release. “Our program supports students with diverse career aspirations in agriculture, commercial fishing and the forest products industries from across our seven-state territory. Our Board of Directors and staff send congratulations to these deserving students and best wishes for a successful educational experience.”

Emmanuel College graduates Lincolnville man

BOSTON — Emmanuel College celebrated its 94th commencement May 14. Among the graduates was Maxwell Mercier of Lincolnville, who received a Bachelor of Arts degree in management with a concentration in sport management.

Camden residents graduate from Ithaca

ITHACA, N.Y. — Ithaca College congratulates all May 2016 graduates, including Elizabeth Cox and Tilden Lincoln, both of Camden.