Dale M. Satake, a community development executive for the...

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September 23, 1990

Dale M. Satake, a community development executive for the Rouse Co., was recently elected president of United Way Community Services. Others honored for their work with United Way were: Jerome W. Geckle, who received the Irving Blum Award; Charles E. Peck, who received a Second Century Initiative Award; Robert Keller, who received the Everyday Hero Award; and Frank C. Bisesi, who received the Phillip H. Van Gelder Award.

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Edna and Roland Walters Sr. celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary yesterday.

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Carlos Augusto "Trey" Garcia III, 3, won "Best Costume" at the Tiny Stars America pageant held in Disney World's Buena Vista Palace. Trey was dressed as a Maryland crab in a costume designed by Susan Coomes of Pasadena.

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Karl P. Doering was recently honored by the Rotary Club of Woodlawn-Westview with the Service Above Self Award in the category of Outstanding Fire/Emergency Services Person.

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Reba Schwartz will be installed in the Maryland Senior Citizens Hall of Fame Oct. 18 at Martin's West.

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The book "Dare to Confront" by Sykesville resident Deborah Wright, coordinator of the Institute for Drug and Alcohol Abuse Education, and her husband, Bob, has been chosen as a Literary Guild Selection.

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Diana Scott is the first recipient of Towson State University's Mary Catherine Kahl Award to be given annually in honor of an outstanding senior majoring or minoring in history.

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Shawn Simms, an English teacher at Mount St. Joseph High School, will have her poem "Earth Day Lesson Plan" published by the American Poetry Anthology.

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Western Maryland College President Robert H. Chambers was recently named chairman of the Executive Committee of the Commission on Higher Education, Middle States Region Association of Colleges and Schools.

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Helen Elizabeth "Betty" McFarland Mullenex was recently honored as "Woman of the Year 1990" by the Women's Traffic and Transportation Club of Baltimore.

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