Huber work included in poetry volumeAmanda Huber of Forest...

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September 20, 1992

Huber work included in poetry volume

Amanda Huber of Forest Hill had original poetry published in "A View From the Edge, a treasury of poetry compiled by the National Library of Poetry. The poem, "Potential," focuses on self-discovery.

Borry, Martin receive Army awards

Barrett E. Borry, an environmental scientist with the Army Environmental Hygiene Agency, received the Commander's Award for Civilian Service, the fourth-highest Army civilian award.

Mr. Borry was cited for his leadership abilities and timely work in the area of ground-water quality investigations.

A registered professional geologist and a registered professional engineer, Mr. Borry is the agency's principal consultant on ground-water geology and leaking underground storage tanks.

He is a resident of Abingdon.

Beth A. Martin was the recipient of the Commander's Award for Civilian Service.

An environmental scientist with the environmental hygiene agency, Ms. Martin was cited for her professional competence in the areas of solid-waste management, waste recycling and ground-water quality investigations.

A job-sharing employee, she lives in Pylesville with her husband, Sam, and two children.

Dr. Buchi honored at proving ground

Dr. Kathleen M. Buchi, an environmental scientist at the Army Toxic and Hazardous Materiels Agency, was named the 1992 Aberdeen Proving Ground Woman of the Year.

Marie Measley and Mary E. Ritondo were named co-winners of the Outstanding Supervisor/Manager of the Year, and the Army Test and Evaluation Command was selected the organization most supportive of the Federal Women's Program goals.

Office of Aging staff wins monthly honor

The 44-member staff of the Office on Aging received the first Harford County Government Employee of the Month Award.

Workers were presented with certificates of appreciation, county pins, a plaque and a $100 check by County Executive Eileen M. Rehrmann. The award is given to county workers who demonstrate a continual commitment and strong sense of service to the county and its residents.

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