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

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March 29, 1992

Rosetta Stith, principal of the Laurence G. Paquin Middle/Senior High School No. 457 for Expectant Teenage Mothers, received a Recognition and Appreciation Award from the Greater Grace World Outreach Church for her outstanding educational service on behalf of city teen-agers and families.

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Three Villa Julie students won top awards in the Baltimore Area Society of Technical Writers' annual writing contest. They are Deborah Palmer and Kim Pyles, who shared the grand prize, and Bill Leonard, who won first prize in the computer division.

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Two students at Archbishop Curley High School received recognition in a regional poster contest sponsored by Amnesty International. Anthony Broccolina won first place and Mike Milan received honorable mention.

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Dennis Zembala, executive director of the Baltimore Museum of Industry, received recognition for his outstanding contributions to the small museum community. The award was presented in Ocean City at the annual conference of the Small Museum

Association.

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Britta Williams, a sixth-grader at St. William of York School, created an award-winning poster in the "Save Energy and Save the Bay" poster contest, sponsored by the Maryland Energy Administration.

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Archbishop Curley High School has announced the Merit Scholarship winners of the class of 1996: Kevin Asher, Matthew Hayden and Eric Seeback, Our Lady of Mount Carmel; Jeffrey Baynes, Shrine of the Little Flower; John Berkeridge, St. Clement; Jeremy Joseph, St. Elizabeth; Jonathan Long, St. Anthony; Jerome Palmerino, St. Rita and Timothy Potter, St. Michael's, Overlea. Each student will receive a $1,000 renewable

scholarship.

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The following Institute of Notre Dame students have beehonored: Tracy Eckenrode, selected as a student page for the Maryland General Assembly; Melanie Vogel, featured in the High School Division of the 1991-'92 edition of Who's Who in Sports; Tawanda Burks, a finalist for an essay submitted to the 1992 Black History Month Essay Contest; Debra Ballwanz, Lisa Domico and Bernadette Williamson-Taylor, representatives for the school at the annual Maryland High School Leadership Conference at the University of Maryland, College Park, on April 11; Carrie Arnold, the school's representative for the Hugh O'Brian Youth Leadership Seminar.

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