21 Chesapeake High students are named advanced placement scholars by College Board


November 03, 1995|By Peg Adamarczyk | Peg Adamarczyk,SPECIAL TO THE SUN

IT'S ANOTHER glorious fall weekend, with loads of opportunities to nibble on delectable goodies at local suppers and shop for holiday gifts at fairs.

But first, a tip of the hat to the 21 students at Chesapeake High School who have been named advanced placement scholars by the College Board in recognition of their achievements on their full-year, college-level courses and examinations.

About 12 percent of the more than 504,000 students statewide who took the exams in May were recognized.

Seven students qualified for the highest honor, the Advanced Placement Scholar with Distinction award: Jennifer Buck, Helen Bui, Karen Cavey, Kristina Degentesh, Jaime Jones, Camelia Owens and Robert Rizer.

Eight students qualified for the Scholar with Honor award: Eric Friesner, Jay Kimmel, Robert Redmond, Megan Schwartz, Charles Siemer, Christopher Timmons, Olga Ulrey and Kathryn Wald.

Six students qualified for the Scholar award: Rebecca Adamarczyk, Randy Clifford, Jennifer Curran, Michelle Horn, Kathleen Kniess and Emily Plenge.


Jenkins Memorial Church in Riviera Beach is sponsoring an apple festival from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. tomorrow.

You can purchase apple dishes in just about every form imaginable: pancakes, pies, cakes, cookies, cobblers and apple butter.

Other featured food items on the menu include chicken and shrimp gumbo, chili and hot dogs.

Raffle items and holiday crafts will also be on sale.

Jenkins Memorial is on Jenkins Road and Riviera Drive, just off Fort Smallwood Road.

For more details, call 360-8621 or 544-1747.


St. Jane Frances School will have its fifth annual craft boutique from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. tomorrow in the school hall.

The work of more than 45 artisans will be on sale. Items include cards, decorative baskets, Tiffany-style lamp shades, wooden tables and gift items.

For more details, call 255-4750.

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