H. Canfield "Toby" Pitts, manager of Merrill Lynch, was named chairman of the 1991 United Way of Central Maryland campaign in Howard County. The drive runs from Sept. 5 until the end of January.
Pitts, aUnited Way volunteer for the past six years, will direct county-widefund raising to support more than 300 health and human services.
The county fund raising last year garnered a record $2.4 million.There are 25 United Way agencies serving the county.
10 ON PRESIDENT'S LIST
James Madison University announced that 10 area residents made the president's list for the spring semester.
Ellicott City residents Melissa L. Anthony, Dennis B. Clark, Valerie C. Fudge, Leanne T. Lohmeyer, Heather M. Stewart and Jennifer E. Stone; Columbia residents Jennifer L. Dopp, Matthew
R. Holthaus and Kevin M. Klapp; and Highland resident William P. Leishear all maintained a grade pointaverage of 3.75 or higher.
PAGE WINS TEEN TITLE
April Page, 15, of Columbia, was named second runner-up for Miss Maryland in the Teen Division of the American Coed Pageants held at the Baltimore-Washington International Airport.
The daughter of Raymond and Harriette Page, April won the talent competition and was a finalist in the speechcompetition.
April, a sophomore at Oakland Mills High School, hasbeen invited to compete in the national talent and speech competitions for the pageant.
BOARD SELECTS PEZZOLI
Robert E. Pezzoli was elected to serve on the Cardinal Gibbons School's board. Pezzoli, the executive vice president of St. Agnes Hospital, will serve a three-year term.