The United Way of Central Maryland honored two community...

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August 02, 1992|By Casi Clocker

The United Way of Central Maryland honored two community volunteers for outstanding year-round campaign support of human care services in the region. Donna Edwards of Hamilton, president of American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees Local 112, and Marcia Burgdorf of Guilford, chief executive officer of the Guilford Group Ltd., were honored for exceptional voluntarism.

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Lourdes S. Morales, president of the Hispanic Cultural Association of Maryland, was the recipient of the Humanitarian and Service Award presented at the first annual Humanitarian and Service Award Ceremony of the Baltimore County Minority Advisory Council.

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Kameel Holmes, a student at the Baltimore Polytechnic Institute, has been chosen as one of 110 students of African-American, Hispanic or American-Indian descent to take part in an academic program at Phillips Academy in Andover, Mass.

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Shirley Jean Simmons, a fourth-year student at Villa Julie College, attended the International Student Pugwash Conference held at Emory University in Atlanta. She was chosen on the basis of a proposal for a paper on "Educating for the Socially Responsible Use of Technology."

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Barbara Hoffman, Democratic state senator from the 42nd district, and Frances Bond, associate dean of Towson State University's College of Education, were honored with TSU's Alumni Association Distinguished Alumni awards.

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