Jonesport-Beals High School Student's Biographic Statements

Meet this year’s students and learn something about their backgrounds.

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Jonesport/Beals LFK Project 2005/2006 students and their teachers. Photo: Susan Abbott-Jamieson Jonesport/Beals High School 2005/2006 student participants in their classroom. Photo: S. Abbott-Jamieson

Jonesport-Beale Students
Lawrence Baillargeon. I am a student lobster fisherman and I attend Jonesport-Beals High School. The name of my boat is “The Hunter”. I have lived all my life on Beals Island. I think the NOAA Project will teach me a little more about fishing. Alan Crowley. I am 14 years old and a freshman at Jonesport-Beals High School. I have lived all my life on Beals Island and so has my family. I have my lobster fishing license, 100 traps, and my own fishing boat. The name of my boat is the “Little Novi”. Kristi Smith. I am a 17 year old fisherman. I attend Jonesport-Beals High School. I own my own fishing vessel named the “Little Ugly” along with 500 traps. I have been fishing since I was in the sixth grade. I am a sixth generation fisherman. Sonya Kozlowski. I am 17 years old and have lived in Jonesport for the vast majority of my life.I am a junior at JBHS and I am part of the NOAA Project in my school. I enjoy interviewing local fishermen and learning about their day to day lives.
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Christopher Merchant. I am 14 years old and have lived most of my life in Jonesport and Beals Island. I am a freshman at Jonesport- Beals High School. I play sports and I am very energetic. I enjoy interviewing the local fishermen. Whitney Durkee. I am 14 years old and have lived in Jonesport all my life. I am a freshman at Jonesport-Beals High School. I enjoy being part of the NOAA Project and interviewing local people. I am also part of the JBHS Varsity Cheering Squad, and have recently joined gymnastics. Dennis-Lee Emerson. I am 15 and have lived on Beals Island all my life. My mother’s side of the family has lived on the Island for many generations, my father’s family has lived in Addison for many generations. I hope to learn what life is like for fishermen andtheir families. Jonesport/Beals High School LFK Project teachers, Linda Church (standing) and Pam Smith (sitting) in the Business Technology classroom.
 
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