Charles and Elizabeth Lancelotta of Ingleside Avenue...

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November 03, 1991

Charles and Elizabeth Lancelotta of Ingleside Avenue celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Sept. 1 with a Mass of Thanksgiving at St. Leo the Great Roman Catholic Church, where they were married.

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Uriah and Daisy Rodgers of Longwood Street in Baltimore celebrated their 50 wedding anniversary Nov. 1.

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The winners of the annual Maryland Student Art Calendar Competition are: kindergarten, Jessica LaMar of Jarrettsville; first grade, Shannon Flynn of Pasadena; second grade, Johanna Hellman of Baltimore; third grade, Paul Buckler of Pomfret; fourth grade, Erin Hanley of Davidsonville; fifth grade, Jeffery Chang of Davidsonville; sixth grade, Emily Giles of Baltimore; seventh grade, Judy Brinkley of Bel Air; eighth grade, Allison Stephen of Bel Air; ninth grade, Duncan Page of Crofton; 10th grade, Wendy Polek of Bel Air; 11th grade, Lewis Johnson Jr. of Forestville; 12th grade, Jennifer Whilden of Pylesville, Charlie Seo of Pomfret and Jordan Xu of Randallstown. The Commercial Bank, United Bank and Trust Company of Maryland and Clifton Trust Bank sponsored the contest. Winning entries will be featured in a 1992 calendar that the banks will distribute throughout the state.

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George Ferreri of Queenstown, director of the Maryland Department of the Environment's (MDE) Air Management Administration, is the recipient of the American Lung Association of Maryland's 1991 Distinguished Service Award for Environmental and Occupational Health.

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Three University of Baltimore graduates will be honored as Alumni of the Year: Maryland State Delegate Curtis S. Anderson; William E. Johnson, director of employment for Baltimore Gas and Electric Co.; and Shirley E. Marchs, deputy director of the Child Welfare League of America. They were selected on the basis of professional achievements and contributions to the community and the University of Baltimore.

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The Epilepsy Association of Maryland's 1991 Community Leadership Award recipient is John M. Freeman, M.D., a pediatric neurologist at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.

Seton Keough students Cindy Katafiasz, Karen McKenny, Amy Anderson, Whitney May and Diana Rosenberg were recently awarded certificates of excellence in a forensics tournament sponsored by the Baltimore Catholic Forensics League.

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