Rosetta Stith, principal of the Laurence G. Paquin School...

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May 05, 1991

Rosetta Stith, principal of the Laurence G. Paquin School for Expectant Teen-age Mothers, received the Woman of the Year Award in education from the Zeta Phi Beta Sorority and the Alpha Zeta Chapter, on March 17 at the annual Finer Womanhood Observance.

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Brooke Erin Phillips, a junior at the Catholic High School of Baltimore, has been awarded the Xerox Award for academic achievements in the humanities-social sciences field.

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Juliana Harris of Towson State University has been awarded a Fulbright Fellowship to be an exchange student in Barcelona, Spain, for the 1991-'92 academic year. Ms. Harris was also the recipient of a Dean's Scholarship and has maintained a cumulative 4.0 grade point average.

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James T. Brady, managing partner of the Baltimore Office of Arthur Andersen & Co., has been named chairman of the 1991 United Way of Central Maryland campaign.

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Keyontia Hawkins received a $3,000 college scholarship, the highest award from the National Foundation for the Advancement of the Art. She was also awarded first place in both the national NAACP and ACT-SO Competition and the Omega Psi Phi Fraternities' national talent hunt. Amelia Kambic received a $500 college scholarship. They were two of the three finalists chosen out of 500 sopranos in the Unites States.

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Michael A. Milemann, founder and president of the Public Justice Center, has been selected as the recipient of the Eleanor Evans Hooper Humanitarian Award at the 17th anniversary celebration

of the Waxter Center for Senior Citizens.

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Raymond V. (Buzz) Bartlett, Martin Marietta public relations director, has been named to the Board of Directors of the Essex Community College Foundation.

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Colleen Hoffmeister of the University of Baltimore was recently awarded the Eleanor B. North Poetry Award from Sigma Tau Delta, the international English honor society.

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Marvin H. Weiner, president and CEO of Mount Airy Cold Storage, was appointed National chairman of the Prime Minister's Club by the Israel Bond Organization.

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