image description

Mount Greylock Faculty, Seniors Name Graduation Speakers

Print Story | Email Story
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Seniors Richard K. "Ric" Donati and Daniel K. "Hoby" MacWhinnie have been selected to speak at the Mount Greylock Regional High School graduation on Saturday, June 9, at 11 a.m. in Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts' Amsler Campus Center in North Adams. 
 
Donati, the son of Martino and Anne Donati of Williamstown, was chosen to speak by the high school faculty. While at Mount Greylock, he was recognized for excellent work in English, wellness, and science and technology. He is a three-sport athlete, an excellent leader, and a member of the National Honor Society. He also served as a delegate to Boys State. 
 
He will attend Lafayette College in Easton, Pa., in the fall.
 
MacWhinnie, son of Daniel and Laura MacWhinnie of Lanesborough, was selected by the senior class to speak. He followed the traditional college preparatory program while at Mount Greylock. He is an excellent athlete and shined in hockey, football and lacrosse. He was also a delegate to Boys State. 
 
He will attend Thomas College in Waterville, Maine, in the fall.

Tags: graduation 2018,   val & sal,   

1 Comments
iBerkshires.com welcomes critical, respectful dialogue; please keep comments focused on the issues and not on personalities. Profanity, obscenity, racist language and harassment are not allowed. iBerkshires reserves the right to ban commenters or remove commenting on any article at any time. Concerns may be sent to info@iberkshires.com.

iBerkshires.com Text Ads

Luau Hale Restaurant

Asain Polynesian Restaurant. Open Every Day 11:30am-10:00pm. 569 Pittsfield Lenox Rd (413)443-474

www.luauhale.net

Rainbow Restaurant

Wood Fired Pizza and Entrees. Daily Bar and Dinner Specials. Pittsfield, MA (413)443-0002

www.dinerainbow.com

Hot Dog Ranch

2 Great Locations, Pittsfield & North Adams. Famous Baby Hot Dogs, Pub style menu w/daily specials.

www.facebook.com

Support Local News

We show up at hurricanes, budget meetings, high school games, accidents, fires and community events. We show up at celebrations and tragedies and everything in between. We show up so our readers can learn about pivotal events that affect their communities and their lives.

How important is local news to you? You can support independent, unbiased journalism and help iBerkshires grow for as a little as the cost of a cup of coffee a week.

Recent Stories

<MORE>

BerkshireCoupons.com

<MORE>