Holly Perzynski, a seventh-grade student at Ruxton Country Middle School, has been selected as one of 13 winners in a Baltimore County anti-drug poster contest.
The following students at St. Paul's School for Girls in Brooklandville have won writing awards: Hannah Flatau has won third-place honors in the Maryland Press Women's High School Writing Contest for a sports story.
Kelly Prill is a national winner in the National Newspaper Association/Quill and Scroll 1992 International Writing, Photo Contest for her entry in the news story category. In the 1992 Temple University Press Tournament Missy Salihi won third place for best column for her article on the Kennedy-Smith rape trial.
Heather Spector and Emily Veenis were first-place co-winners fobest feature story on sexual harassment, and Liz Haines won second place for page layout.
Hilda Mae Snoops recently was awarded the Jimmie Swartz Medallion for her lifelong commitment to public health services in Maryland during the Hooding Ceremony of the University of Maryland School of Social Work.
Two Western Maryland College master's degree recipients, Thomasina DePinto and Janice E. Knight, received the college's Joseph R. Bailer Award for contributions to the field of education. Both are reading specialists in the Carroll County public schools.
Ida Mundell Henson of Glen Burnie was named Bowie State University's Distinguished Alumnus for 1992.