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March 01, 1992

Gretchen Frey, Jennifer Gieseking, Jennifer House, Vivin Mattamana and Maria Fajkowski, freshmen at the Catholic High School of Baltimore, have been selected to participate in the 1992 Student Science Seminar program, sponsored by the Maryland Science Center.

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Joseph and Margaret Chellis of Amberley celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary recently at a family dinner.

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Sheryl Glazer, daughter of Milton and Sandy Glazer of Randallstown, has been named a Jacob Burns Merit Scholar at Yeshiva University's Sy Syms School of Business in New York. The award, a $5,000 scholarship, is given for outstanding academic achievement, community leadership and a commitment to combine a business major with Judaic studies.

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Leola Washington, community health nurse supervisor with the Pediatric AIDS program, was named Employee-of-the-Month for February by a committee of the Baltimore City Health Department.

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Sara B. Gray, coordinator of guidance services, Baltimore City public schools, received the Maryland School Counselors Advocate of the Year award from the Maryland School Counselors Association. She also received the Bernard P. Ireland Recognition Award, an award given by the Middle States Regional Assembly of the College Board in recognition of outstanding guidance to young people.

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Kim Wilson, a 1991 graduate of Seton Keough High School, has been named to the U.S. Women's LaCrosse Association High School All-Americans for 1991. She is currently a freshman at Towson State University.

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Sheila Todd Eliasberg, a gero- psychiatric clinical specialist at Levindale Hebrew Geriatric Center and Hospital, received the Outstanding Advanced Clinical Nurse Award at the 1991 annual Maryland Nurses Association Convention.

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Donald Jones, a chemistry professor at Western Maryland College, was one of 19 Americans who traveled to Moscow last fall to introduce a community-focused chemistry curriculum to teachers there. In September he will become a program director in the Education and Human Resources Directorate of the National Science Foundation in Washington.

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Paul Christopher Piechocki, a junior at Hampden-Sydney College, is the 1991-'92 recipient of the college's Fred May Morton and Mary Morton Platt Scholarship. He is the son of John and Emily Piechocki of Baltimore.

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