Alumni Chelsea Sulkey and Tim Colletti will bring their musical talents to the big stage when their band performs at WGNA's 25th annual Country Fest! Sulkey and her band, of which Colletti is the drummer, won a contest sponsored by the Albany-based radio station in December 2017. Country Fest 2018 is scheduled for Saturday, July 7, 2018.
Congratulations to Cairo-Durham Alumni Becky Pine on the release of her debut EP, Perfect Timing. Becky graduated from Cairo-Durham high school in 2005 where she participated in band, chorus and the musicals, as well as played tennis and was class president.
The Cairo-Durham Alumni Association has announced this year's reunion will be an Alumni Weekend at Blackthorne Resort, June 3-5, 2016. Please click here to view the reunion brochure which contains detailed information such as pricing. Addtional questions may be answered by contacting Darlene Freeman at (518) 622-2941
Cairo-Durham graduate Chris Zwoboda, class of 2015, has been recently featured in Questar III’s news. Chris participated in Questar’s Career and Technical Education HVAC program and is a STEM Incentive Scholarship recipient. Chris currently attends Hudson Valley Community College and plans to graduate with an Associate’s of Occupational Studies degree. Now that's Excellence!! Read more here: http://news.questar.org/?p=4230
Former student Brendan McDonald was recently pictured with President Barack Obama. McDonald is the producer of comedian Marc Maron's podcast, which featured President Obama as a special guest on June 22. See pics from the podcast event here!
Cairo-Durham graduate Eric Maassmann, class of 2008, was featured in Questar III's April eNews. He participated in their Academy for Information Technology program, and now works at Cisco as a Wireless Product Specialist. Great job Eric! Read more here...
Former student Molly Boutin has been featured in ScienceDaily for a study that she conducted with 3-D cell structures. This study is the first to evaluate see-through chemical technologies of animal tissues side-by-side with engineered 3-D tissue cultures. Read more about it here!
Former student Michael Krajeski had won the Catholic Charities of Columbia and Greene Counties Prescription Drug Awareness poster contest in June. His poster was displayed on a billboard on Route 23 between the Stewart's and McDonald's.
Krajeski was accepted to the New Hampshire Institute of Art to study fine arts. Read more about the contest here.