Maureen Berry, a dance student at Towson State University...

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March 06, 1994

Maureen Berry, a dance student at Towson State University, won fourth place in the Oireachtas National Competition for Irish Step Dancing, qualifying her to compete for the world championship to be held in Dublin in April.

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Eight high-school students were winners in a high-school senior art competition sponsored by the art department at Villa Julie College. Mark Selby won best of show and was awarded a half scholarship for two years at Villa Julie College. Other winners are Wendy Gelber, Karen Beard, Laura Singer, Jason Kehl, Ben Tilly, Bradley Zisow and Jason Scott.

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Evelyn Thomas of Arnold received the 1994 Martin Luther King Jr. Zeitgeist Award from the Black Student Union at Anne Arundel Community College.

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An article titled "Recruitment of Qualified Students," by Betsy Basio, lecturer-instructor in the medical laboratory technology program at Villa Julie College, was recently published in a medical journal.

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Ruth Tamburello of Middle River has been awarded the Linda F. Storer Eschbach Scholarship at Essex Community College.

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Seventeen Calvert Hall students were named Advanced Placement Scholars by the College Board. Eric Boehk, Kleanthis Dendrinos, Joseph Fisher, Brian Luskey, James Pociluyko and John Schmidt were named Scholars with Distinction. Jeffrey Conway and Michael Edenfield were named Scholars with Honor. Edward Brown, Jason Chyba, Robert Ford, Graham Watson, Jeremy Mocny, W. Scott Reamy, Ramesh Sundaresan, James Wood and John Zukas were named AP Scholars.

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Rosetta Stith, director of the Paquin Middle/Secondary School for Expectant Teenage Mothers, was recognized by the American Business Women Association/WaMarVa Area Council, the American Institute for Urban Psychological Studies, and the Women Legislators of Maryland/Maryland Chamber of

Commerce for her outstanding work and program for adolescent parents and their children.

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Gregory D. Alles, associate professor of religious studies at Western Maryland College, received the Fellowship for College Teachers and Independent Scholars from the National Endowment for the Humanities.

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