Sue Hess, president of Maryland Citizens for the Arts...

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November 28, 1993

Sue Hess, president of Maryland Citizens for the Arts, will be honored by Young Audiences of Maryland at their annual fund-raiser Saturday.

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Ten Notre Dame Preparatory School seniors were recognized recently in national scholarship competitions. Stephanie Floyd was named a semifinalist in the National Merit Scholarship Program, and Lesley Stephens earned semifinalist status in the National Achievement Scholarship Program for Outstanding Negro Students. Also named in the program were the following commended students: Sarah Hayden, Kim Helou, Mary Pat Lancelotta, Sholeh Mirmiran, Mollie Staab, Alexandra Wisner, Michelle Witten and Carolyn Zajano.

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David O. Caplan, son of Dr. and Mrs. Sylvan Caplan of Baltimore, has won the $500 first prize in the Nathan Burkan Memorial Competition at the University of Baltimore School of Law, an award designed to stimulate interest in the field of copyright law.

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Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Briggs celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on Oct. 10 by renewing their vows and attending a reception at Columbus Gardens.

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Daniel H. Reich, an assistant professor of physics and astronomy at the Johns Hopkins University, has been awarded a $500,000 research fellowship by the David and Lucile Packard Foundation.

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