Ellen Guthorn, Teresa Pillsbury, and Sr. Charlotte Weber...

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April 21, 1991

Ellen Guthorn, Teresa Pillsbury, and Sr. Charlotte Weber were among the winners in the Central Maryland J.C. Penney Golden Rule Volunteer Awards. Nick Walters was the youth winner.

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Nicole Ripken, a senior at St. Paul's School for Girls, was offered a four-year scholarship to the University of Maryland, College Park.

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At Towson State University, Armin Mruck, professor of history, and Lawrence Froman, assistant professor of psychology, were co-winners of the school's Outstanding Teacher of Adults Award for 1991. Beverly D. Salehi, of Baltimore, was awarded a John J. Leidy Foundation Scholarship.

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Ann B. and Joseph W. Dow's 50th anniversary took place in Sarasota, Fla. The Dows were residents of Middle River and Kingsville for 36 years.

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Annie Young and Jill Crooks were selected by Franklin & Marshall College as John Marshall Scholars. Angela Walker was named a National Achievement Semi-Finalist in the 1991 competition.

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The Tandy Technology Scholars program has awarded Michelle Hugel the "Outstanding Student Award" and both Michelle Hugel and Diane Zorn of the Catholic High School of Baltimore won the "Academic Top Two Percent" award.

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Jean Nekola, of St. Paul's School for Girls in Brooklandville, was selected as Teacher of the Year by the Maryland Council of Teachers of English Language Arts.

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Louise Johnston, a benefits coordinator at Fallston General Hospital, was honored by her co-workers as "Employee of the Quarter for the first quarter of 1991."

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