The Schools Bergin Receives $500 Scholarship

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December 09, 1990

Kimberly Bergin of Bel Air received a $500 scholarship from the Maryland National Guard Family Association and National Guard Association of Maryland.

A junior at Towson State University, Bergin is an early childhood education and psychology major. She plans to become a kindergarten teacher and intends to pursue a master's degree in psychology to qualify as a counselor.

She is a 1988 graduate of C. Milton Wright High School.

When not attending classes at TSU, she works as a bank teller at Provident Bank in Parkville, Baltimore County, and is a waitress at the Garden Cafe in the Towsontown Center.

She also is a member of Circle K, a non-profit service organization at Towson where she chairs the social committee and helps raise money for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.

She also participates in the Kids Club, working with middle school students in Baltimore City schools, and she teaches kindergarten religion classes at St. Pius X Catholic Church in Towson.

She is the daughter of John F. and Eva M. Bergin of Bel Air.


High School journalism students Jamie Goodwin, Cindy Pfeffer and Diana Rogers represented North Harford High School at The Baltimore Sunpapers Workshop on Nov. 17.

The three Harford County students were among many other Maryland counties students who participated in The Sun's "Newspaper in Education Program." The program offered various sessions intended to supplement the students' knowledge of a professional newspaper and improve upon their journalistic abilities.

Students attended two 55-minute sessions, selecting from Human Writing, Graphics, Feature Writing: The Review, Copy Editing, New Angles on Sports Writing, Sports Reporting, Advertising, Newstalk, Reporting Simulation and Interviewing Techniques.

After the two sessions, students were evaluated on their high school newspaper from a journalist and from fellow students at a critique session.


Trinity Lutheran School will conduct an open house from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Jan. 23 and noon to 8 p.m. Thursday at the school, 1100 Philadelphia Road in Joppa.

Classes are offered from nursery through third grade. Before- and after-school care also is provided for school-age children.

Visitors will be able to tour the classrooms and view exhibits of children's work. Parents and teachers will be available to answer questions on curriculum and child placement.

Information: 679-4414.

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