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January 17, 2012
On Thursday, Jan.19, Gettysburg College Symphony Orchestra will visit both Towson High School and Dulaney High School to conduct a clinic and concert with each school. The visit and clinics were arranged by former Dulaney High student Elizabeth Amrhein, a graduate of the Class of 2008. Amrhein, a bassoonist with the Gettysburg College Symphony Orchestra, is a member of Gettyburg's Class of 2012. Another Dulaney graduate, Connelly Doan, is also a member of the Gettysburg orchestra, performing as a percussionist.
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May 15, 2014
Megan Michelle Armstrong, daughter of Mark and Trish Armstrong, of Ellicott City, formerly of Catonsville, wed Kyle William Askine, son of Karen and Joseph Lunz, of Havre de Grace, and Charles and Debbie Askine, who live in Jacksonville, on March 15, 2014. The ceremony took place at the 1840s Plaza, in Baltimore. Kristine Moore was chosen as her sister's matron of honor, with Rene Robey, Christine Perez and Mia Benedetto as bridesmaids. The groom's attendants were longtime friends Erica Socker, Craig Behm, Taylor Graff and Craig Stone.
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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun and Baltimore Sun reporter | March 4, 2011
Thomas Kenny Carey, a retired teacher and lacrosse coach, died of injuries sustained in a fall and complications of cancer Feb. 26 at Gilchrist Hospice Care. He was 82. Born in Baltimore, he attended Windsor Hills Elementary and Garrison Junior High schools. He was a 1946 graduate of Polytechnic Institute, where he played ice hockey. While a student at Loyola College, he married Mary Esther Carroll, whom he met at the Cahill Recreation Center near his boyhood home in Walbrook. Family members said that after working briefly in the insurance industry, he began teaching and coaching.
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By Scott Dance, The Baltimore Sun | May 8, 2014
Navy Cmdr. Reid Wiseman spent 21/2 years preparing to travel 220 miles above Earth's surface, live six months in cramped quarters and walk in space. That doesn't mean he isn't a little scared. "There are moments when the adrenaline just crushes you," the Cockeysville native said in an interview from Star City, Russia, where he is training to launch May 28 aboard a Russian ship. "Holy smokes, I'm getting on that rocket in 21/2 weeks, and this time next month I'll be floating on the space station going 18,000 mph. It's still a little bit unbelievable.
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November 14, 2012
Dulaney High School was one of five schools nationwide selected this month to receive a $5,000 Educator for a Day grant from Walden University, in Minnesota. Schools that were selected hosted an Educator for a Day event on Thursday, Nov. 15. For its event, Dulaney invited parents and others from the community into classrooms to shadow, co-teach and provide real-world examples illustrating how the work students are doing relates to real workforce skills. Dulaney High School will use its grant to fund Building Your Future, an all-day sophomore retreat in which teachers, counselors, juniors and seniors, parents and community members will assist 10th-graders in planning for their future.
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June 26, 2005
Mr. and Mrs. William H. Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. James D. Gibbs are pleased to announce the wedding of their children, Kathleen Nicole Nelson, and James Anthony Gibbs, on June 17, 2005. Katie is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert F. Mc Garvey, of Lutherville, MD, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry F. Nelson, of Joppatowne, MD. Katie is a 2001 graduate of Dulaney High School and received a Bachelor of Science in Human Development from the University of Maryland, College Park in 2005. Katie will be teaching elementary school in Montgomery County, Maryland this Fall.
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May 15, 2014
Megan Michelle Armstrong, daughter of Mark and Trish Armstrong, of Ellicott City, formerly of Catonsville, wed Kyle William Askine, son of Karen and Joseph Lunz, of Havre de Grace, and Charles and Debbie Askine, who live in Jacksonville, on March 15, 2014. The ceremony took place at the 1840s Plaza, in Baltimore. Kristine Moore was chosen as her sister's matron of honor, with Rene Robey, Christine Perez and Mia Benedetto as bridesmaids. The groom's attendants were longtime friends Erica Socker, Craig Behm, Taylor Graff and Craig Stone.
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By Scott Dance, The Baltimore Sun | May 8, 2014
Navy Cmdr. Reid Wiseman spent 21/2 years preparing to travel 220 miles above Earth's surface, live six months in cramped quarters and walk in space. That doesn't mean he isn't a little scared. "There are moments when the adrenaline just crushes you," the Cockeysville native said in an interview from Star City, Russia, where he is training to launch May 28 aboard a Russian ship. "Holy smokes, I'm getting on that rocket in 21/2 weeks, and this time next month I'll be floating on the space station going 18,000 mph. It's still a little bit unbelievable.
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msaarbach1@gmail.com | May 10, 2013
Recently, a poem by Dulaney High School senior Minwei Cao was selected to be included in the "Building Bridges to Celebrate our Global Village" anthology. A student competition to write essays and poems about cultural diversity for the anthology was sponsored by World Artists Experiences, a nonprofit group that promotes worldwide mutual understanding and cross-cultural interaction. The title of Minwei's poem was "Please Do Not Misunderstand. " In it, she writes of the need to strive for a universal language free of hate and prejudice "that will roll off the tongue like water/ smooth and soft/ lovely and peaceful.
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The Baltimore Sun | May 9, 2012
ON THE SITE... Suggs says Achilles injury 'not as bad as some thought' : Ravens linebacker expects a four- to six-month recovery from partial tendon tear after undergoing successful surgery Tuesday. Closing arguments expected in election fraud trial :  Julius Henson is accused of orchestrating a 2010 Election Day robocall that prosecutors say attempted to trick black voters into staying home from the polls. Baltimore area has high share of high-tech manufacturing jobs :  A Brookings Institution report classifies 27 percent of the region's manufacturing jobs as "very high-tech," compared with 16 percent nationwide.
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By Timothy B. Wheeler, The Baltimore Sun | May 2, 2014
Washington College announced five finalists Friday, including two from the Baltimore area, for its annual Sophie Kerr Prize. The nation's largest undergraduate literary award is worth $62,900 this year. The private liberal arts college in Chestertown annually bestows the prize on the graduating senior who is judged to show the most literary talent and promise. Members of the school's English faculty selected five finalists from portfolios submitted by 32 students. The prize is named for Sophie Kerr, a native of Denton in Caroline County who became a published fiction writer and national magazine editor in New York.
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By Jon Meoli, jmeoli@tribune.com | March 28, 2014
A Riverview woman with six decades worth of community service, a Towson University administrator who has helped develop the school and its relationship with the community, and a dynamic Dulaney High School senior were honored Thursday at Baltimore County Commission for Women's 32nd Annual awards ceremony. "The three outstanding recipients that we're recognizing tonight have all impacted the Baltimore County community in an incredible way," Amy Reid, co-chairwoman for the Woman of the Year awards for the Baltimore County Commission for Women, said.
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By Liz Bowie, The Baltimore Sun | January 18, 2014
If there is one thing Katie Boltz has mastered in high school, it is how to use every minute of her day efficiently. With five Advanced Placement classes, the Dulaney High School senior doesn't text her friends or watch TV so she can focus on homework - but still only manages three or four hours of sleep some nights. "Originally, I thought I would really like all of these classes," the 17-year-old said, adding that when she is overwhelmed, she questions the decision to take so many demanding classes at one time.
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By Liz Bowie and By Liz Bowie | December 5, 2013
Helen Gao is one of only 12 students in the world to earn a perfect score on the Advanced Placement Macro Economics test this past May. The 18-year-old Princeton University freshman graduated from Dulaney High School in Baltimore County last June and says she is considering majoring in economics. The College Board recently notified Dulaney and Gao's parents of her accomplishment.   "She is very humble young lady," said Phil Bressler, who taught her economics at Dulaney. To earn every point on the test, she had to answer 60 multiple choice questions correctly, as well as earn the maximum scores possible in the free-response section of the exam.
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June 21, 2013
Fifty-two teachers and students at Dulaney High School accepted the challenge initiated by physical education teachers Kellie Fialcowitz and Jessica Szymanski to join them in donating eight inches of hair to Pantene Beautiful Lengths. Pantene Beautiful Lengths was the first company and is the largest national movement to create quality, real-hair wigs from donated hair. Wigs are then offered free to women affected by hair loss from cancer. As stated on the Pantene website, "To us, it's hair, but to women with cancer, it's hope.
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June 3, 2013
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By Timothy B. Wheeler, The Baltimore Sun | May 2, 2014
Washington College announced five finalists Friday, including two from the Baltimore area, for its annual Sophie Kerr Prize. The nation's largest undergraduate literary award is worth $62,900 this year. The private liberal arts college in Chestertown annually bestows the prize on the graduating senior who is judged to show the most literary talent and promise. Members of the school's English faculty selected five finalists from portfolios submitted by 32 students. The prize is named for Sophie Kerr, a native of Denton in Caroline County who became a published fiction writer and national magazine editor in New York.
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May 29, 2013
Thirty students and nine teams received trophies as the top competitors in the systemwide Baltimore County Public Schools Chess Championship held at Cockeysville Middle School on April 27. This year's competition saw a larger number of students than ever compete - more than 170 students from 38 schools took part in the championship. The countywide competition has grown from 110 chess competitors in 2011 to 130 last year to 174 in 2013. On the high school level, the squad from Dulaney High School took first place.
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msaarbach1@gmail.com | May 10, 2013
Recently, a poem by Dulaney High School senior Minwei Cao was selected to be included in the "Building Bridges to Celebrate our Global Village" anthology. A student competition to write essays and poems about cultural diversity for the anthology was sponsored by World Artists Experiences, a nonprofit group that promotes worldwide mutual understanding and cross-cultural interaction. The title of Minwei's poem was "Please Do Not Misunderstand. " In it, she writes of the need to strive for a universal language free of hate and prejudice "that will roll off the tongue like water/ smooth and soft/ lovely and peaceful.
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