High schooler wins $1,000 scholarship

April 30, 1996

Westminster High School senior Holly Seaman has won a National Principal's Leadership Award. The $1,000 scholarship was presented as part of National Student Leadership Award Week, April 21-27 by the National Association of Secondary School Principles and Herff Jones Inc.

High school principals nominate students for the award, and winners are chosen for their participation in service organizations, clubs and athletics; achievements in the arts and sciences; employment experience; and academic record.

Holly was president of the National Honor Society, captain of the girls' soccer team, was a Maryland Distinguished Scholar finalist and a National Merit Commended student, and was named to the first team All-County girls' lacrosse team.

She plans to attend St. Mary's College of Maryland and study chemistry and mathematics.

Police

Westminster: Employees at an office supply store in Cranberry Square told city police that someone battered a store employee and carried a computer from the store before 8: 53 p.m. Thursday. The loss was estimated at $2,293.

Westminster: Employees of a rent-a-car business in the Route 140 Village shopping center told city police that someone broke the driver's-side window on one of the rental vehicles. The loss was estimated at $100.

Westminster: A resident of Hillside Court told city police that someone stole a dirt bike from his home at before 10: 22 a.m. Sunday. The loss was estimated at $190.

Westminster: A resident of Indian Valley Trail told city police that someone got into his unlocked vehicle and stole stereo equipment while it was parked at the Cranberry Mall before 9: 16 p.m. Sunday. The loss was estimated at $300.

Fire

Reese: Firefighters responded at 9: 40 a.m. Friday for an auto fire at Routes 140 and 91. Units were out 43 minutes.

Westminster: Firefighters from Reese, Gamber and Winfield assisted Westminster at 2: 34 a.m. Saturday, responding for a barn fire in the 2000 block of Old Washington Road. Units were out two hours and 16 minutes.

Westminster: Firefighters from Pleasant Valley, Reese and Union Bridge assisted Westminster at 9: 22 p.m. Saturday, responding for an apartment fire in the 300 block of Falcon Court. Units were out 57 minutes.

Pub Date: 4/30/96

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