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University of D^assachusetts Amherst 

115 Stockbridge Hail 

Amlierst, MA 01003-9246 




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■ JBetication 



This yearbook is dedicated to the families and 

Mends who have supported us through these past 

two years; and to the faculty and staff, 

for without them, we would not be. 





TABLE OF CONTENT! 



Director's Letter 

Office 

In Memory..., 

Facuty 

Seniors 

ATG 

Board of Directors. 
Clubs 



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Events & Competitions...... 26 

Graduation .....32 

Did You Know 38 

What Was SSA Like? 39 

Candids 40 

Family & Business Ads 42 




STOCKBRIDGE SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURE 

UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS AMHERST 



OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR ammfp<;t ma ninm 

STOCKBRIDGE HALL 413/545 2^ 



May 2002 



Dear members of the Class of 2002, 



Congratulations! On behalf of the faculty, staff and myself, we are proud that you have achieved 
your goal of graduating from the Stockbridge School. Now you are an official member of the Stockbridge 
School alumni who number more than 6,000 strong. 

Graduation is a bittersweet moment, for you, the faculty and staff. These two years have gone by 
very quickly. We are delighted you have attained the knowledge you were seeking but we are sorry to see 
you leave. I encourage you to stay in touch with the faculty and the School through the years. 

We hope you graduate with fond memories about our little school, your classmates and the faculty. 
You should have a few good stories to tell at your twenty-iifth Stockbridge School reunion in 2027. I asked 
members of the class to tell me the fads during your college years. The responses are as follows: AOL 
instant messaging, ceil phones, body art and piercing, TV shows such as Friends and The Osborne's, Hip 
hop music, chicken wings from the Hanger, pizza from Antonio's and cheap beer on thirsty Thursday, 
Rafters, movies such as Black Hawk Down and Lord of the Rings, OzFest, shaved heads, belly shirts and 
bellbottoms. And the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001 that has forever changed our country. 

I wish to thank the seniors on the Student Board of Directors who were busy this year planning 
events such as the Holly Jolly dance and the senior picnic, sponsored a rafQe, produced the yearbook, 
coordinated the student class gift of jackets and planted the Class of 2002 gift of a Dragon's Eye Red Pine 
between South College and Thompson Hall. Many of the Board members and others were great 
ambassadors of the School assisting Kathy with recruiting activities such as the Fall and Spring Open 
Houses, Field Day and the Job Fair. I greatly appreciate aU your hard work!! 

Jennifer Oey single handedly undertook the layout and assembly of your yearbook. She has done a 
phenomenal job!! Thank you for your tenacity and patience in completing this endeavor. 

Lastly, I leave you with a quote from Eleanor Roosevelt, "The future belongs to those who believe 
in the beauty of their dreams." Continue to dream. I wish each member of the Class of 2002 continued 
success with your budding careers. 




ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE DEGREE PROGRAM - A UNIT OF THE COLLEGE OF FOOD AND NATURAL RESOURCES 



STOCKBRIDGE SCHOOL OFFICE 




Nancy Garrabrants 
Director 




Katherine Conway 
Recruiter/Counselor 



Elizabeth Wiemasz 
Registrar 



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Josh Snyder was one of the most respected student/athletes that I 
have ever had the pleasure to come into contact with. He was a 
responsible and caring individual who was always there when you 
needed him. He was not only admired by his classmates, but me as 
well. He was loved by all who knew him. I feel privileged and hon- 
ored to have had the opportunity to know him not only as an ath- 
lete, but more important, as a friend. He will be truly missed. 

~ Jason Germain, Basketball Coach 




FACULTY 




Dr. John Ahern 

Professor 

Landscape Architecture and 

Regional Planning 



Jeff Anderson 
French Hall Greenhouse 

Complex 
Plant and Soil Sciences 



Dr. Allen Barker 

Professor 

Plant and Soil Sciences 



Cynthia Barstow 

Lecturer 

Consumer Marketing 




Tom Beauchesne 
French Hall Greenhouse 

Complex 
Plant and Soil Sciences 



Dr. Sylvia Bedford-Guaus, 

DVM, Ph. D Lecturer 

Veterinary and Animal Sciences 



Dr. Prasanta Bhowmik 

Professor 
Plant and Soil Sciences 



David Bloniarz 

Lecturer 

Natural Resources Conservation 




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Dr. William Bramlage 

Professor 
Plant and Soil Sciences 



Dr. Douglas Cox 
Horticulture Program 

Coordinator 
Plant and Soil Sciences 



Dr. Lyle Craker 

Professor 

Plant and Soil Sciences 



Mike Davidsohn 

Landscape Contracting Program 

Coordinator 

Landscape Architecture and 

Regional Planning 




Dr. J. Scott Ebdon 

Turfgrass Management Program 

Coordinator 

Plant and Soil Sciences 



Nancy Garrabrants 

Lecturer 

Plant and Soil Sciences 



Thomas Griffin 

Lecturer 

Plant and Soil Sciences 



Dr. Susan Han 

Associate Professor 

Plant and Soil Sciences 




Brian Hanlon 
Farm Manager at Hadley Farm 
Veterinary and Animal Sciences 



Thomas Houston 

Lecturer 

Natural Resources Conservation 



Dr. George Howe 

Associate Professor 

Veterinary and Animal Sciences 



Chris Joyner 
French Hall Greenhouse 

Complex 
Plant and Soil Sciences 



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Associate Professor Lecturer and Asst. Dir. of Riding 

Natural Resources Conservation Veterinary and Animal Sciences 



Dr. H. Dennis Ryan H. Gerard Schurink 

Arboriculture Program Equine Industries Program 

Coordinator Coordinator 

Natural Resources Conservation Veterinary and Animal Sciences 



FACULTY PHOTOS 
UNAVAILABLE 



Dr.P. GeoffieyAllen 


Dr. David Kittredge 


Professor 


Associate Professor 


Resource Economics Dept. Head 


Natural Resources Conservation 


Dr. Wesley Autio 


John Leaman 


Fruit and Vegetable Crops 


Golf Coach 


Program Coordinator 


Athletic Director 


Plant and Soil Sciences 






Dr. Gail Schumann 


Dr. Thomas Boyle 


Turfgrass Management 


Professor 


Program Coordinator 


Plant and Soil Sciences 


Microbiology 


Leslie Bradley 


Dr. Stephen Simkins 


Lecturer 


Associate Professor 


English 


Plant and Soil Sciences 


Dr. Dean Cardasis 


Dr. William Torello 


Associate Professor 


Associate Professor 


Landscape Architecture 


Plant and Soil Sciences 


and Regional Planning 






Dr. Patricia Vittum 


Robert Childs 


Associate Professor 


Lecturer 


Entomology 


Entomology 






Dr. Joseph Volpe 


Dr. Diiane Greene 


Professor 


Professor 


Landscape Architecture 


Plant and Soil Sciences 


and Regional Planning 


Dr. Stephen Herbert 


Dr. Robert Wick 


Professor 


Associate Professor 


Plant and Soil Sciences 


Microbiology 



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TURFGRASS 



Mark Bomas 
Kenneth Burke 
Amos Cavallo 



Matthew Chenoweth 
Douglas Cosentino \ 
Shawn Daigle 



M. Nicholas DiMeo 

Jason Dowgiewicz 

Chad Alan Hall 




Photos Unavailable: 

Allen Belden 
Brian Bouchard 
Jared Bristol 
Daniel Brooks 
Gregory Chiasson 
Michael Cunniff 
C. Grant Daley, III 



Todd Dostal 
Peter Farrington 
Brendan French 
Ryan GafFey 
Jason Griffeth 
Scott Hathaway 
Ryan Lane 



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MANAGEMENT 




Michael Lorch 
Stephen McConnack 
Justin Mills 



William Morgan 
Ryan O'Connor 
James Sallee 



Jonathan Targett 
Craig Walker 
Nicholas Welch 



Photo Unavailable: 

Branden Laprade 
John LeCompte 
Michael LePage 
John Merritt 
John Ponti 
David Poulin 
Robert Roy 



Christopher Small 
Christopher Smith 
Matthew Streeter 
Devin Szoc 
Paul West 
Luke White 



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Kimberly Denn 

Jonathan Duff 



Kevin Griswold 
Edward Jameson 
Douglas McDuff 




Ryan Miller 



Photos Unavailable: 

Matthew Bluyxis 
Justin Demarco 
Keith Doherty 
Ashley Eaton 
Louise Garwood 
Michael Hood 



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CONTRACTING 



Photos Unavailable: 

Richard Jacobs 
Michael Lannigan 
H. Matthew Meyers 
Matthew Oxer 
Patrick Savin 



Michael Nichols 
Edward Parrillo 
Daniel Philos-Jensen 



Joshua Snyder 
Nathan Sperry 
John Trocki 



Debra Young 



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HORTICULTURE 



Bernard Conway 
James Gogal, Jr. 



Sarah Mather 

Yerick Mendez 

Kevin Narbonne 



Patrick Parent 
Laura Peterson 




Photos Unavailable: 

Danielle Harootian 

A. Brent Kennedy 

Zachary Langley 

Kevin Rescildo 

Maria Sarowsky 



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EQUINE INDUSTRIES 



Photos Unavailable: 

Corinne Beaubien 
Samantha Blake 
Courtney Verash 




Colleen Campbell 
Suzette Desrosiers 



Crystal Fulcher 
Amanda Gensel 
Lynn Giovanetti 



Katrina Hamilton 
Kristina LaChance 
Jennifer Lobar 



Jennifer Oey 
Kate Sprague 
Stephanie Wheeler 



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FRUIT AND VEGETABLE CROPS 




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ARBORICULTURE AND 
R\RK MANAGEMENT 




Adam Esten 
Jana Howe 



Marion Jasmin 
Justin Mayotte 
Seth Stygar 



Photos Unavailable: 

Seth Groves 
Scott Hathaway 
Wesley Hurlbert 
Ryan Jones 
Joshua Kruse 
Scott Myers 
Michael O'Loughlin 



Timothy Oviatt 
Deryk Roach 
Daniel Soja 
Robert Sowden 
Joshua Theodore 
Jay Zottoli 



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ALPHA TAU GAMMA 





ATG COMMUNITY SERVICE 




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BOARD OF DIRECTORS 



Front Row, left to right: Deb Young, Patrick Parent, Jason Dowgiewicz, Jennifer Oey Back Row: Yerick 
Mendez, Michael Lorch, Steve McCormick, Shawn Daigle, Bemie Conway, Kevin Narbonne, Jen Lober, 
Seth Stygar, Kate Sprague Missing from photo: Courtney Verash, Jason Griffeth, Craig Small, Nathan Sperry, 
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BOARD OF DIRECTORS ACTIVITIES 




The Senior class gift, a tree, is planted between South College and Thomp- 
son. (L to R) Bernie Conway, Kevin Narbonne, Patrick Parent, Yerick 
Mendez, Deb Young 



Belchertown police officer Adam Broughm was the lucky winner of the 
2002 Stockbridge Yearbook Fundraiser. He is pictured with fundraiser 
head, Jennifer Oey. 



Professor John Zak Memorial Scholarship 

Professor John Zak was a faculty member in the Plant and Soil Sciences department from 1938-84. He was a highly 
respected and well-loved teacher at the Stockbridge School for many years. His passion for teaching and agriculture, 
coupled with his wonderful sense of humor, eased students into the educational arena of the academically challenging 
Soils course. He also taught courses on fertilizers and basic factors of turf construction and maintenance. 

The 2001-2002 Board of Directors Members Awarded 

The 
Professor John Zak Memorial Scholarship 

To 

Freshman ~ Doug Zitnay 

And 

Senior ~ Scott Meyers 



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S.A.I.F.D. 



(Student American Institute of Floral Design- 
ers) 

School Advisor ~ Nancy Garrabrants 
A.I.F.D. Advisor ~ Michael Skaff 



HORTICULTURE 
CLUB 



Advisors 
Tom Beauchesne 
Chris Joyner 
Jeff Anderson 





TURF CLUB 



Advisors 
Scott Ebdon 
Thom Griffin 



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EQUESTRIAN TEAM 




Front Row, left to right: Jessica Normand, Loribeth Sicotte, Nina Giguere, Caroline McCarthy, Elizabeth Bradley, Tracy White, Heather Johnson, 
Sharon Lillian-Zwieble, Christina Powers, Samantha Blake Back Row: (Coach) Jerry Schurink, Jamie Mountain, Amber Mercer, Collette Ryder-Hall, 
Taylor Burke, Amy Lowery, Chelsea Wilk, Jolene Galvin, Arielle Narissi, Sarah Grossman, Kristina Deacon, Micheala Connolly, Melissa Lanning, 
Jennifer Lober, Alyssa Murphy, Audrey Fisher 

DRESSAGE TEAM 




Front Row, left to right: Michelle Lacasse, Leslie Slazyk, (Asst. Coach) Emily Glidden Back Row: Christina Brissette, Crystal Fulcher, Suzette 
Desrosiers, Colleen O'Connor, Joyce McFadden, Kim Monroe. Missing: (Coach) Suzanne Mente 



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BASKETBALL TEAM 




Front Row, left to right: Lauren Caponigro, Mike Aldrich, Justin Peloguin, Michael LePage, Ryan O'Connor, Craig Walker, Steve Kubicki Back Row; 
Doug Cosentino, Josh Snyder, Steve Blackwell. Kirby Caruso, Nick Aldrich, Bryan Gallagher, (Coach) Jason Germain Missing: Jason Griffeth 



GOLF TEAM 




Front Row, left to right: Brian Gallagher, Steve McCormick, (Coach) Jack Leaman Back Row: Jon Targett, Jared Bristol, Jason Dowgiewicz 



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Board of Directors members, Jennifer Lober and Steve McCormiclc, 
wrap presents for the Newman Center Giving Tree. The Giving Tree is 
a community service program that collects gifts for local children 
whose families may not be able to afford a Christmas. 



GIVING 
TREE 





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2002 NEW ENGLAND GROWS 




Stop by the Stockbridge School Recruiting booth at the 2002 New England Grows (L to R) Brutus Cantoreggi '95, Tom Houston '67, Norman Helie ' 
Kevin Hollister '78 



JOB FAIR 2002 




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SAIFD STUDENT COMPETITION 




Laura Peterson with her entry 



American Institute of Floral Designers Symposium and Presidential Dinner, San Diego 



BOSTON FLOWER SHOW 




Seniors majoring in Landscape Contracting brought recognition to Stockbridge with their beauti- 
ful display at the Boston Flower Show. 



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LIVESTOCK CLASSIC 2001-2002 




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STOCKBRIDGE SCHOOL 
OF AGRICULTURE 




EIGHTIETH 

COMMENCEMENT 

MAY 25, 2002 



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LEAR 



Siodkhrid^ Sthool of ;^|;ricutrurf Honorary SchoLwic SiKiciy 
((.'Mnuthitfir aivrage ofX7S or higher ■ through third wmcstcr) 



Mark J. Borna^ 
JarcJ R. Bristd! 
]ason VI. Dowgicwtc/ 
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Dune r.. l.uuc)* 
Scott D. Myers 
Jcnnifcr J. Oey 



ACADEMIC DISTINCTION 



Markj.Bornas 
JaredR. Bristol 
Jana E, Howe 



jason M. Dowgiewia 



Jonathan C. Duff 
Ashley I. Eaton 



Highest Dismtion 
(190-100 G?A) 



Diane E, Lucey 
Scott D. Myers 



Ri^h Distindion 
(l76WG?Aj 



Jennifer]. Oey 



Distinction 
iim.7iG?A) 



YerickMendez 
Nathan W. Sperry 





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AWARDS 



John W. Denison /hvard 
Given to a student for academic achievement and student leadership 

Jason Dowgiewicz 

Roland H. S'erbeck Award 

Given in recognition of seniors who exemplify and uphold 

the ideals and spirit of the Stockbridgc School 



Jennifer J. Oey 

Nathan William Sperry 



Seth Andrew St>'gar 
Dcbra Jean Young 



DEAN'S LIST 



Mark J. Bornas 
Jared R. Bristol 
Michael R. Clark 
Jason M. Dowgiewicz 
Louise H. Garwood 
Amanda J. Gensel 
Jana E. Howe 



First Semester 
(Semester average of i.S0-4.Q0) 

Kris Jamrog 
Diane E. Lucey 
Ycrick Mcndcz 
Scott D. Myers 
Jennifer |. Oey 
Debra J. Young 



Second Semester 
(Semester average of 3.50-4.00} 




Mark J. Bornas 
Jared R. Bristol 
ShawTi J. Daiglc 
Jason M. Dowgiewicz 
Jonathan C. DufI 
Louise H. Garwood 
Jana E. Howe 
Wesley A. Hurlhcrt 
Michael R. Lorch 
Diane E, Lucey 



Yerick Mcndez 
Justin R. Mills 
Michael J. Nichols 
Michael J. O'Loughiin 
Jennifer J, Oey 
Deryk J. Roach 
Christopher R. Small 
David M. Stanffcr 
Matthew R. Streeter 
Jeffrey J. Truskowski 



Third Semester 
(Semester average of 3.50-4.00) 



Mark J. Bornas 
Jared R. Bristol 
Jason M. Dowgiewicz 
Jonathan C. Duff 
Ashley L Eaton 
Jana E. Howe 
Michael R. Lorch 



Diane E. Lucey 
Scott D. Myers 
Michael J. Nichols 
Jennifer J. Oey 
Daniel N. Philos-Jensen 
Nathan W. Sperry 




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DID YOU KNOW...? 



^ When it first opened in 1 867, Massachusetts Agricultural College (M. A.C.) 
boasted five faculty and thirty-three students. 

% The first greenhouses were built in 1 867 and named Durfee Plant Houses for Dr. 
Nathan Durfee who donated $10,000 for their construction. 

S A two-year short course in Practical Agriculture was introduced in 1 893, but due 
to poor organization, it was discontinued in 1 896. However, it weis re-established in 
1918. The first year consisted of six months study followed by six months of farm 
practice. The second year was nine months of resident study. 

^ Stockbridge Hall was built in 1914 and dedicated in honor of Levi Stockbridge on 
October 29, 191 5 by William H. Bowker. 

•^ The first yearbook was published by the Class of 1921 . It was called the 
SHORTHORN, a nickname given to the incoming freshmen. It was later changed to 
STOSAG in 1958. STOSAG was not only the name of the yearbook but was also the 
name of the honor society for the school from 1937 to 1962. The name for the honor 
society was changed in 1963 to LEAR, a word of Celtic origin meaning learning. 

■^ Costs of school in 1 922 were. . .free tuition to Massachusetts 's citizens, $7/week 
for board, and textbooks & stationary ranged fi-om $24-$51/term. 

^ Massachusetts Agricultural College became Massachusetts State College in 1927. 

^ In 1928, the two-year course was renamed the Stockbridge School of Agriculture. 
Once again honoring Levi Stockbridge, one of the foimding fathers, professor, and 
fifth president of the Massachusetts Agricultural College. 

^ "Terms" were changed to "semesters" in 1933. 

^ Massachusetts State College became the University of Massachusetts in 1947. 

^ The Class of 1961 was the first to receive an Associate of Science degree instead 
of a diploma. 

^ The Stockbridge School seal was designed by Alice A. Tognini '67 who 
submitted her idea as part of a contest judged by the yearbook editors Calvin T. 
Saulnier '69 and Paul A. Parent '70. 



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25 Years Ago -1977 



SO Years Ago ~ 1952 



75 Years Ago ~ 1927 



There were 79 teachers instructing 265 
seniors 

Majors 

Agricultural Business Management 

Animal Science 

Arboriculture and Park 

Floriculture 

Food Distribution 

Fruit and Vegetable Crops 

Landscape Operations 

Laboratory Animal Tectaology 

Turf Management 

Sports 

Socco- ^ 

Basketball 
Volleyball 

Softball 

Golf 

Clubs and Activities 
STOSAG 
Shorthorn 

Senate 

Stoso 

S.S.A. 

A.T.G. 

Events 

Wine & Cheese Party 

Halloween Party 

Fall Picnic 

Holly Jolly 

23"* Aruiual Process Banquet 

Freshmen Class Conference 

Bus Trip 

Coffee House 

Livestock Classic 

Alumni Weekend 

Spring Picnic 

Graduation 

May 14 - Graduation Banquet 

at Wiggins Tavern 

May 19- Graduation Party 

held in Grinnell Arena 

May 20 - Graduation 

held at the Fine Arts Center 



There were 81 teachers instructing 241 
seniors 



Majors 

Animal Husbandry 

Poultry 

Dairy 

Horticulture 

Forestry 

Arboriculture 

Floriculture 

Vegetable Growing 

Turf Maintenance 



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Sports 

Cross Country 

Football 

Basketball 



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Clubs and Activities 

Animal Husbandry Club 

Poultry Club 

■'^^ Dany Club 

Ornamental Horticulture Club 

Forestry Club 

Arboriculture Club 

Floriculture Club 

Pomology Club 

Olericulture Club 

4-H 

F.F.A. 

Honor Scholastic Society 

Student Council 

Glee Club 

Shorthorn 

Kappa Kappa 

A.T.G. 

Events 
1 2"' Annual Little International 

Livestock Show 

39^ Annual Horticulture Show 

Freshman Reception Dance 

Senior Reception Dance 

Winter Carnival 
4^ Annual Dairy Classic 

Graduation 

May 23 - Class Picnic and 

Commencement Promenade 

May 24 - Class Day Exercises, 

Oration, and History; 

Student Activities Awards; 

Presentation of Class Gift; 

School Song; 
Alunuii/Senior Luncheon; 

Softball Game - 

Alumni vs. Stockbridge 

May 25 - Graduation and President's 

Reception 



There were 35 teachers instructing 72 
seniors 

Majors 

Animal Husbandry 

Poultry Husbandry 

Dairy Manufactures 

General Horticulture 

Pomology 

Floriculture 

Vegetable Gardenmg 

General Courses for Women 



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Sports 

Baseball 

Football 

Basketball 

Hockey 



Clubs and Activities 

Shorthorn 

Student Council 

KoIonyKlub(K.K.) 

A.T.G. 

S.C.S. 

Dramatic Club 

Events 

Freshmen Dance 

Senior Dance 

Clubs held House Dances 

S.C.S. held a Masquerade 

Student Council hosted a reception 

and dance 

for the football team 

Winter School Reception 

Minstrel Show and Dance by Winter 

School 

K.K. & A.T.G. held dances at 

Memorial Hall 

Club Banquets were at Lord Jeffery 

Inn 

Graduation 
June 2 - Class Dinner 

at Lord Jeffery Inn 

June J - Club Dances 

June 4 - Class Day Exercises, 

History, Prophecy, and Oration; 

Alumni Business Meeting; 

Alunmi Luncheon; 

Baseball Game - 

Alumni vs. M.A.C. Two- Year, 

Class Play - 

"Applesauce" by Barry Connors 

June 5 - Baccalaureate Sermon and 

President's Reception 

June 6 - Commencement and 

Commencement Prom 



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The Social Fraternity 

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ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 
STOCKBRIDGE SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURE 

CONGRATULATIONS 

TO THE 

CLASS OF 2002 







"Your commencement is just the beginning! Many choices lie ahead of you. The 
decisions you make will determine the success of your future. You hold the world in the 
palm of your hand. Challenges may occur throughout your life, but your desire and 
determination can overcome them. Of the many accomplishments that you will achieve 
throughout life, it is your name and reputation that people will remember. Take these tools 
you have gained from your education and build upon them. You are joining our alumni 
family. Remember Stockbridge School with the fondness and appreciation you have 
today." 



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We are so proud of you! 




Love, 
Mom, Dad, Pat, and Maisie 



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CongratuCations Dan! 

^e aCways knew you'cCdo weCC 
working with Mother ^Mature, 
^e're very, very jrraiuC of you! 

'\Vith Love, 

Mom, Dad, Sam, Matt, "T.J., 

CCeo, 

& CCementine 



Doug, 

We are so proud of you! 

Congratulations on all your hard 

work. 
You are awesome and we love you. 

Dad, Mom, James, Andy, & 
Courtney 



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JOHN, 

Congratulations! 

We are very proud of you! 

Love, 
Mom 8c Dad 





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GecriSMYLIFE!" 

CONGRATULATIONS TO 
MIKE LORCH! 

THE KID WHO NEVER 

WANTED TO GET HIS KNEES 

DIRTY! 

LOTS OF LOVE, 

MOM, DAD, MEGHAN, 

& MATTHEW 



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All of us at Brookside Farm 
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Congratulate Jennifer Oey 

& 

All the 2002 Graduates 

of the Equine Industries program 

May you always have 
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Percheron Horses for Sale 

A. Joseph Sprague, Proprietor 

P.O Box 53, West Side Road 

Block Island, RI 02807 

401-466-2885 

Congratulations to Kate and the Stockbridge 
Class of 2002. 

Love- 
Mom and Dad 



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Jen, 

We aie very proud of yon. 
There have been many challenges 
along the way ajid you 've made it 
The next set of challenges is 
waiting for you! Listen to your 
heart and follow your dreams. 

We Love You, 

Mom, Dad, & Mike 



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Congratulations 

To 
The Class of 200:2 

Way To Go Kevin! 



Dear Marc, 

You have come a long iwy since 
Harrington Park School. We art so proud 
of you and what you have accomplished. 
You have now laid the first cornerstone of 
your future. Find your passions, set your 
goals and go for them! 
Love, 
Mom, Dad, and Christine 




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CONGRATULATIONS 

DJ Boyd 

& 

The Class of 2002 

May the wisdom you have gained at the 

Stockbridge School of Agriculture 

empKJwer you with the ability to follow 

your dream. Remember that by being a 

good steward of the land and preserving 

precious farmland, you are not only 

walking in the footsteps of your 

ancestors, you are also breaking new 

paths for your heirs. 

All of our love, admiration and 

support. 

Tour Family 



To Craig Walker. . . 

C ongratulations! 
R ejoice! 
A pplause! 
^ ncredible! 
G raduate! 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, & Brian 




Congratulations ^efason! 



IVe CoiiXcCn't 'Be Trouder I 

(great JoB !! 

May tfie Lorcf continue to keejy 
you in thejyaCm of his hand. 

yvitfi Love from 
The "Dowgiewicz CCan 

Mom, Vad, John, Tracy, OCivia, 

TmiCy, 'Brian, Susannah^ XayCa, 

Steven, Xevin, TamU "Ryan, 

Brett, Laura, Cory, 

& IsaBeCCa 




Kevin (KJ), 

Our greatest viieh is that ^ou viil\ 
a\wa<(ft remember bovi ver<( mutb >(ou are 
love<l and respected b^ '(our famil<(. Vou 
are a great and caring person. You 
have become a great man, whom we are 
proud to caU our son. 

Vile Love You, 

Ma tr Pad 



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