Beth Gilmore, a senior at Mount de Sales Academy, served...

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March 14, 1993

Beth Gilmore, a senior at Mount de Sales Academy, served as a page for the General Assembly in February.

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Diane Levine, an English teacher at Bryn Mawr School, is the 1993 recipient of the Mrs. Lucy Eastwood Broadus Memorial Award for travel abroad.

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Brian Elieson, Joseph Fisher and Graham Watson, three Calvert Hall College students, have been named finalists in the National Merit Scholarship program.

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Dolph Habeck, a junior at Severn School, was selected as the first-place winner in the Southern Maryland district level competition of the American Legion National High School Oratorical Contest held in February in Laurel.

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James G. Morgan, chief executive officer of the Morgan Financial Group, Lincoln National's Baltimore agency, received the George Robertson Award at the Baltimore Life Insurance 1993 All Industry Awards Dinner.

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Melissa Rose Sawicki, a senior at Western High School, is a semi-finalist in the National Merit Scholarship program.

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Quentin L. Pittman of Baltimore, a senior at Emerson College in Boston, has been chosen to be listed in "Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities for 1992-93."

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Michelle Kelly, a senior at Mount de Sales Academy, represented Maryland as a Congressional Scholar at the National Young Leaders Conference in Washington in February.

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Roland Park Country School recently established the National High School Slavic Honor society. Among the first inductees recognized for their academic excellence in Russian are Julie Hackett, Katie McCarthy, Ann Plowden and Vicki Skovle, Roland Park Country School students; Elizabeth Himelfarb, Allison Raskin and Sithara Batcha, Bryn Mawr School students and John Dearden and Christopher Niemeyer, students at Gilman School.

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Christina Rose Albrecht, of Golden Tree, received the Essex-Middle River Chamber of Commerce Scholarship at Essex Community College.

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