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February 22, 1993

CCEC wins recognition for food drive

The Carroll County Education Center has been selected as a statewide winner in the small school category during the recent Kids Helping Kids food drive sponsored by the Maryland Department of Education.

The students, whose average contribution was six pounds per child, will be recognized at a special ceremony at 9 a.m. Wednesday at the Education Center.

Cindy Ringgold-Globe and Christine Paull, teachers, and Robin Farinholt, principal, coordinated the school's efforts.

West Middle School lists student scholars

Westminster West Middle School recently announced that the following students made all A's on their second-quarter report cards:

* Team 1: Tara Euler, Carly Ferguson, Amanda Fogle, Emily Gibbs, Stephanie Huber, Cassandra Karr, Jennifer Larkin, Kristin Little, Deanna Luber, Jodi Martin, Bryana Miller, Jessica Suter, Beth Vigliotti, Allyson Wahlgren, Andrew Gramens, Jeffrey Hood, Jeffrey Mills, Michael Nixon, Samuel Nixon, Matthew Parlette and Adam Silverman.

* Team 2: Karen Cherigo, Amy Garber, Lauren Kares, Rebecca Kuchera, Amy Petkovsek, Betsy Price, Kimberly Schlipper, Rachel Warner, Christin Westphal, Clint Bobzien, Christopher Brothers, Adam Fisher and Ryan Kelly.

* Team 3: Angela Baer, Abbie Cornett, Christina Feiler, Jessica Fitzgerald, Wendy Hunter, Rachel Oakes, John Beal, Clint Day, David Orvis and Jason Santucci.

* Team 4: Erin Clarke, Julie Cooper, Heidi Gackenbach, Kimberly Riley and Briana Van Ells.

* Team 5: Lauren Grote, Kristin Hively, Shannon Lawson, Erika Miller, Stephanie Roth, Candie Wolpert, Joseph Blickenstaff and Randy Stull.

* Team 6: Salina Auerback, Shilah Carrell, Heidi Mock, Jennifer Myrick, Jennifer Stull, Kasey Thomas, KushJavia Joshua Phoebus, J. Nicholas Rose and Ryan Weber.

* Team 7: Nicole Ches, Amanda Duley, Linnea Pagulayan and Michael Merker.

* Team 8: Selena Brewer, Allison Zoller, Adam D'Anthony, Stephen

Flora, Cory O'Hara and John Schreiber.

* Team 9: Michelle Booker, Honesty Drumgoole, Corinna McShane, Jonathan Mills and Benjamin Zile.


* Westminster: Someone broke into the Carroll County Bureau of Aging building on Schoolhouse Avenue and stole articles valued at $128. The items were removed from a closet Tuesday, according to Brenda Shipley.

A window in a house on Carrollview Avenue was broken Wednesday. Karen Berg estimated the damage at $50.


* Westminster: Westminster and Reese were out for five minutes at a truck fire on Route 140 at 6:42 p.m. Friday.

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