Megan Barrett, a student at Hereford High School, studied...

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September 26, 1993

Megan Barrett, a student at Hereford High School, studied in the People's Republic of China this summer as a participant in Duke University's Talent Identification Program.

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Christina Rock, a graduate of Landsdowne Senior High School, and Brandon Schaekel, a graduate of Joppatowne High School, received scholarship awards from the Baltimore District of Women's Clubs.

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Leister and Marian Graffis, of Lancaster, Pa., formerly of Towson and Elkridge, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on Sept. 12 at their home in the Willow Valley Manor retirement community.

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The Maryland Professional Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists presented awards to WJZ-TV reporters Suzanne Collins and Dick Gelfman for individual journalistic excellence. Ms. Collins won first place in the category of television general reporting and Mr.

Gelfman won two awards: a first-place award in the public service category and second-place honors in the investigative category.

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Loni Segall, of Fort Garrison Elementary School, and Carrick Alvarez, of Glenmount Elementary School, are winners in an essay contest sponsored by Mount Vernon, the historic home of George Washington.

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Recipients of Mount St. Joseph High School's annual Brother Bartholomew Varden, CFX, Distinguished Alumnus Awards for 1993 are Frank Gallagher, Eddie Jones, Tom McKevitt and Brother Nivard Scheel, CFX.

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"Dread Vintage," a story written by Nancy Mortensen of Baltimore, has been nominated for the Small Press Award as the best fantasy story published in 1992.

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Roy G. Moreland of Dundalk was honored by the Essex Community College Alumni Association for his years o service to the association.

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Sammy S. Datwani, a Johns Hopkins University chemical-engineering major, was awarded $1,500 to pursue an independent research

project.

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Angela Del Nero of Baltimore, a Goucher College student, has been named a 1993 Citizen/Scholar by The Baltimore Sun and the Independent College Fund of Maryland (ICFM).

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