Essex Community College has named five students to the...

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September 01, 1991

Essex Community College has named five students to the 1992 Talent Roster of Outstanding Minority Community College Graduates: Sean Blackstone of Waverly, George Brooks and Kevin Williams of Govans, Roger Velasco of Hampden and Wing Chin of Northwood. The talent roster will be used to recruit minority students from local postsecondary schools and in the consideration of scholarships to deserving transfer graduates.

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Seven-year-old Roberta L. Martin, the daughter of Charles and Laymentress Martin, was the first runner-up in the Miss Maryland National Preteen/Preteen Petite Pageant. Roberta, who is an honor-roll student at Gardenville Elementary School, also won the Miss Photogenic title.

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L. Dennis Christopher of Baltimore has been awarded the NASA Public Service Group Achievement Award for his outstanding work in aerospace education programs for schools and universities in the northeastern United States. Donald C. Rau of Fulton has been presented the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center's Community Service Award. Mr. Rau, a financial management specialist at NASA, is being cited for his volunteer work with incarcerated men and women and their families through Providence Christian Ministries.

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Naomi Willey, Tracey Butz, Kay Stamatopoulos and Melissa Alt, Villa Julie College computer students, won second place in an international competition sponsored by the Intersolv Co. The students originated a software program designed to keep track of all the hardware and software inventory for the computer equipment on campus. They shared a prize of $1000.

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Gerard F. Novak has been nominated as the Baltimore Archdiocesan Holy Name Society Man of the Year, and was recently honored at Holy Name Baseball Night at Memorial Stadium. Mr. Novak, of Baltimore, is deeply involved in all facets of the Holy Name Society.

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Annette Campbell, a Baltimore resident and public relations major, has been awarded a Remembrance Scholarship by Syracuse University. Funded in honor of the 35 students killed in the bombing of Pan Am Flight 103, the scholarship provides $5,000 toward the senior year of study.

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Donald J. Koch, social studies Teacher at Lake Clifton/Eastern Senior High, has been awarded a $10,000 prize by the James C. Penney Foundation. Mr. Koch, advisor of the school's award-winning Mock Trial Team, was selected for his commitment to his students and their education.

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