Mary Jean Schuette, French teacher and chairwoman of Mount...

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June 13, 1993

Mary Jean Schuette, French teacher and chairwoman of Mount de Sales Academy's foreign language department, received a certificate of recognition for excellence in teaching at the second annual Teaching Awards Banquet, which honors teachers at Catholic elementary and high schools in the Baltimore Archdiocese.

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Ruth Brooks Chapin of Baltimore, an alumna of Wyoming Seminary in Kingston, Pa., was inducted into the school's Hall of Fame.

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Randall M. Lutz, a partner and chairman of the environmental department of Smith, Somerville & Case, received the President's Award May 18 from the Mental Health Association of Metropolitan Baltimore for his successful effort to have the Mental Health Insurance Parity Bill passed by the General

Assembly.

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James E. Lightner, professor of mathematics and education at Western Maryland College, received the George R. Mach Distinguished Service Award from Kappa Mu Epsilon, the undergraduate mathematics honor society, at its April convention in Niagara Falls, N.Y.

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Carol Withers, a professional cooking major at the Baltimore International Culinary College, won a first-place trophy and bronze medal at the fifth Culinary Arts Salon, sponsored by the American Culinary Federation and the Delmarva Chef's

Association.

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Three Mount de Sales Academy students won the first three prizes in the Propeller Club of Maryland's annual statewide essay contest. The first, second and third prize winners are, respectively, Amy Pfeiffer, Kristin Armshaw and Melanie Crandell.

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K? George V. McGowan, retired chairman of the board and former

chief executive officer of the Baltimore Gas and Electric Company, received the Victorine Q. Adams Humanitarian Award from the Fuel Fund of Central Maryland at its annual celebration last week.

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The Fuel Fund of Central Maryland will present "Volunteer of the Year" awards to outstanding supporters from fuel funds in each of the local subdivisions. The recipients are: Adrian Wiseman, Anne Arundel County; Marguerite J. Campbell, Baltimore City; Robert L. Hurley, Baltimore County; David Ensor, Carroll County; Harriet Allen, Harford County; and Charles I. Ecker, Howard County.

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Anne Mattson van den Berg of Orlando, Fla., formerly of Baltimore and a 1979 graduate of St. Paul's School for Girls, was presented with the first annual Sally Michel Community Service Award.

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