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May 28, 2008

Scholarship to honor White-Seals

Beverly White-Seals, a member of the board of trustees of Howard County General Hospital for more than six years, is to be honored by the founding of a $10,000 scholarship in her honor for students in health care programs at Howard Community College.

As chairwoman of the board for two years, White-Seals identified the needs of underserved populations, worked to address them, stressed the importance of diversity and was instrumental in establishing the hospital's Diversity Council.

The scholarship was established by the professional staff at Howard County General Hospital with the assistance of Dr. Michael Silverman.

Greenfield to receive leadeship award

Jim Greenfield, founder of Columbia Builders, will be presented with the 2008 Award for Compassionate Leadership in recognition of his four decades of service to the Howard County community and his support of the Arc of Howard County.

Greenfield has sponsored the Arc's Chocolate Ball and is a significant donor to the organization's capital campaign and Silver Arc Legacy Fund.

"A Tribute to Jim Greenfield," a dinner and program featuring friends and family members, will be held from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. June 12 at the Spear Center in the General Growth Properties Building in Columbia.

Yi, Marcoux receive Aronson scholarships

Meghan M. Yi of River Hill High School and Timothy B. Marcoux, a student at Glenelg High School, are recipients of the Aronson Memorial Award, sponsored by the professional staff of Howard County General Hospital.

The $2,000 scholarships, given to a male and female student who have maintained the highest grade point average while participating in at least two varsity sports, are dedicated to the late Dr. Barry Aronson, a supporter and coach of school athletics.

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