Sherlock Appointed

People notes

April 16, 1991

Annapolis Fire Chief Edward P. Sherlock Jr. was recently appointed chairman of the Fire Chiefs' Council For Areawide Comprehensive Fire Protection Planning, Baltimore Regional Planning Council of Governments.

The purpose of the councils is to promote cooperation among members, to exchange ideas and insure coordination.

Members are the cities of Annapolis and Baltimore and Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Carroll, Harford and Howard counties.


At the recent 124th Annual Meeting and Volunteer Recognition Dinner of the YMCA of Anne Arundel County, the 1991 Nominating Committee elected officers for the upcoming year.

Elected were Kenneth A.Pippin, president; Dr. V. Lynn Morgan-Philbin, vice president (programs); Bruce Emge, vice president (business and finance); Danny G. Boyd, vice president (planning and development); Michael A. Blum, vice president (memberships); Dallas Evans, secretary; William J. Mahoney, treasurer; and Hammond S. Carr, immediate past president.


The late Rev. J. Winfree Smith, for nearly 50 years a tutorat St. John's College, was honored at a recent luncheon as winner of a 1990-1991 Sears-Roebuck Foundation Teaching Excellence and Campus Leadership Award.

Smith, who died Jan. 14, is one of 700 faculty members recognized nationally by the foundation for excellence in leadership and resourcefulness.

A faculty member at St. John's since 1941, Smith authored several books and essays. He was acknowledged as the most versatile of the Annapolis tutors, teaching topics ranging from language to mathematics and laboratory.

In other St. John's college news, senior Aaron D. Rosenbaum, of Chevy Chase, has won the Thomas J. Watson Fellowship for 1991-1992.

Rosenbaum is one of 75 students from 49 colleges to receive grants for independent foreign study and travel.

He will spend next year in Warsaw, Poland, assistingin the modernization of editorial, design and production systems forGazeta Wyborcza, formerly the underground newspaper for the Solidarity movement.


Richard Larrimore of Edgewater, Jane Schwarz of Arnold, Mark Hoffman of Annapolis and carver Edward Itter of Pasadena were judges at the 1991-1992 Maryland Migratory Waterfowl Stamp Design Contest.

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