LITTLE VALLEY – This past week at area graduation ceremonies, CCB (Cattaraugus County Bank) sponsored various awards. CCB worked with each high school to establish the following awards, which are given out every year to graduating high school students in the area:
- Cattaraugus Little Valley Central School: CCB Commercial Award. The award is presented to the best student overall in accounting and this year’s winner was Kyle John Solem. Congratulations Kyle!
- Ten Broeck Academy and Franklinville Central School: CCB Community and Academic Excellence Award. The award is presented to a community-oriented graduate that volunteers their time, while maintaining their grades on the honor roll. This year’s winner was Katarina Olasin. Congratulations Katarina!
- Randolph Central School: CCB Community Service Award. The award is presented to a graduating senior that is involved in the community and volunteers his/her time. This year the award was given to Zechariah Kehoe. Congratulations Zechariah!
- Salamanca Central School: CCB Award for Excellence in Leadership. The award is presented to a student that has held a leadership position and was successful in their efforts. This year the winner was Kameron Dry. Congratulations Kameron!
- Springville-Griffith Institute High School: CCB Academic Scholarship. The award goes to a hard working senior who has shown consistent and conscientious study habits and involvement at school. The winner this year was Olivia Emerling. Congratulations Olivia!
- Pine Valley Central School: CCB Scholarship. The award winner must be enrolled in a college and their field of major must be in Business/Marketing/Sales area and they must have maintained an average of 85 or higher. This year’s winner was Ashley Matteson. Congratulations Ashley!
- Ellicottville Central School: CCB Commercial Award. The award is presented to a graduating senior that is interested in the field of Business. The award this year went to Colin Lapi. Congratulations Colin!
- Jamestown Central School: CCB Community Business Award. The award winner is a business student who has worked with the community. The award this year went to Megan Zimba. Congratulations Megan!
- Fredonia High School: CCB Community Academic Award. The award was based on academic excellence and dedication to the community. The award this year went to Tyler Lokietek. Congratulations Tyler!
- Dunkirk High School: CCB Community Leadership Award. The award was based on leadership excellence and dedication to the community. The award this year went to Alejandro Muniz. Congratulations Alejandro!
CCB is an FDIC insured New York State chartered independent, community bank. From January 2, 1902, CCB has established an unprecedented record of fiscal integrity and sound financial growth, which now totals over 190 million in assets. CCB maintains convenient ATMs and can be found on the web at www.ccblv.com. CCB is an equal housing lender. CCB’s main office is located in Little Valley, with eight branch offices.