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By Glenn P. Graham | June 15, 1993
Kevin Ash Carroll Christian SchoolClass: SeniorGPA: 3.05Sports: Soccer, basketball and baseballOther activities: Band member, class representative, active in church groups.College: Pensacola Christian CollegeSnapshot: Has earned varsity letters in each of the three sports since his freshman year, Ash capped his high school career as the school's Men's Athlete of the Year.Received a partial scholarship from Pensacola for being recommended by Carroll Christian School as Christian Leader of the Senior Class.
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July 22, 2011
The following students, both of Columbia, earned degrees in May from Geneva College, in Beaver Falls, Pa.: Holli Hackett earned a Bachelor of Science in Education, in elementary education; and Kyle Hackett earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, in business. Ian Cunningham , of Columbia, has been named to the dean's list and the commandant's list for academic excellence for the fall 2010 and spring 2011 semesters at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, in Blacksburg, Va. He is majoring in civil engineering and a member of the Corps of Cadets.
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By Vicki Wellford | June 26, 1991
Whether the temperature outside is sunny and hot or rainy, the fun still goes on at the county libraries.Children are invited to see an excerpt from the Disney film "Tron," about a video game that comesto life, at library branches this summer.The movie program, which will include a visit from the library's mascot, Chester the reading dog, is one of the special events in the library's Summer Reading Program.Attendance is free and open to children entering grades one to six in the fall. Registration is not required for the hour-long show, but seating is limited and will be available on a first come first served basis.
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June 23, 2011
Valecia Winston , of Laurel, received a Master of Arts from the University of Oklahoma Norman campus. Benjamin Cameron , a sophomore from Laurel, was named to the dean's list for the spring semester atWashington College, inChestertown. Alex Paxton , of Laurel, was named to the dean's list for the spring semester at Hood College, in Frederick. Two Laurel students were named to the dean's list for the spring semester at McDaniel College, in Westminster. Danika Allen was awarded highest honors and Gregory Nolen received honors.
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By Karlayne Parker | April 6, 2008
Would you like to learn about the civil rights movement on a tour with people who experienced it firsthand? Geneva College in Beaver Falls, Pa., is leading such a tour, on a bus that will travel down from Pennsylvania through North Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Arkansas, Tennessee and into parts of Ohio from June 7-15. On this trip, participants will meet with Minniejean Brown Trickey, one of the Little Rock Nine students who integrated Central High School in that Arkansas city; the Rev. Billy Kyles, who witnessed the assassination of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and who was with the civil rights leader in his final hour; Juanita Abernathy, widow of the Rev. Ralph Abernathy, who worked alongside King and was his confidant; Chris McNair, father of Denise McNair, one of the four little girls who died in the 1963 bombing of a Birmingham church; Arlam Carr Jr., son of the late Johnnie Carr (she died Feb. 23)
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By Frank D. Roylance and Frank D. Roylance,SUN STAFF | August 25, 1998
Emerson Perry Smith, who helped thousands of midshipmen learn to box during his 29 years as a physical education professor at the U.S. Naval Academy, died of a stroke Saturday at Genesis Elder Care Nursing Home in Annapolis. He was 78.Mr. Smith taught his fighters not just to punch, but to out-think, out-point, "out-class" and out-maneuver opponents."What he wanted to see was two skilled boxers who worked hard at learning the fundamentals," said Marine Col. Fred Peck, a former student, in an interview at a 1996 dinner honoring Mr. Smith.
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June 23, 2011
Valecia Winston , of Laurel, received a Master of Arts from the University of Oklahoma Norman campus. Benjamin Cameron , a sophomore from Laurel, was named to the dean's list for the spring semester atWashington College, inChestertown. Alex Paxton , of Laurel, was named to the dean's list for the spring semester at Hood College, in Frederick. Two Laurel students were named to the dean's list for the spring semester at McDaniel College, in Westminster. Danika Allen was awarded highest honors and Gregory Nolen received honors.
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July 22, 2011
The following students, both of Columbia, earned degrees in May from Geneva College, in Beaver Falls, Pa.: Holli Hackett earned a Bachelor of Science in Education, in elementary education; and Kyle Hackett earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, in business. Ian Cunningham , of Columbia, has been named to the dean's list and the commandant's list for academic excellence for the fall 2010 and spring 2011 semesters at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, in Blacksburg, Va. He is majoring in civil engineering and a member of the Corps of Cadets.
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By BILL FREE | October 6, 2007
North Carolina A&T (0-5) @ Morgan State (2-3) Time -- 4 p.m. Site -- Hughes Stadium Radio -- 88.9 FM Outlook -- Morgan senior QB Byron Selby didn't exactly put up big numbers last week against Bethune-Cookman, but he gave the offense a much-needed charge to go with running back Chad Simpson's relentless running this season. Selby completed just enough passes (7 of 16 for 69 yards and one TD) to keep the Bethune-Cookman defense guessing when Simpson was going to get the ball in the 33-9 victory.
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September 25, 1990
Dr. Harry E. Bloom Sr., 81, a retired ophthalmologist, died Friday at Meridian Long Green Nursing Home after a short illness.Services were held yesterday at the Ruck-Towson funeral establishment, 1050 York Road.Dr. Bloom was born in Beaver Falls, Pa., the son of Aaron and Hilma Bloom. He graduated from Geneva College near Pittsburgh in 1930 and received his doctorate in ophthalmology from Johns Hopkins University Medical School in 1934. After a residency at Baltimore City Hospitals, he entered private practice in downtown Baltimore in 1937.
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By Karlayne Parker | April 6, 2008
Would you like to learn about the civil rights movement on a tour with people who experienced it firsthand? Geneva College in Beaver Falls, Pa., is leading such a tour, on a bus that will travel down from Pennsylvania through North Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Arkansas, Tennessee and into parts of Ohio from June 7-15. On this trip, participants will meet with Minniejean Brown Trickey, one of the Little Rock Nine students who integrated Central High School in that Arkansas city; the Rev. Billy Kyles, who witnessed the assassination of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and who was with the civil rights leader in his final hour; Juanita Abernathy, widow of the Rev. Ralph Abernathy, who worked alongside King and was his confidant; Chris McNair, father of Denise McNair, one of the four little girls who died in the 1963 bombing of a Birmingham church; Arlam Carr Jr., son of the late Johnnie Carr (she died Feb. 23)
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By BILL FREE | October 6, 2007
North Carolina A&T (0-5) @ Morgan State (2-3) Time -- 4 p.m. Site -- Hughes Stadium Radio -- 88.9 FM Outlook -- Morgan senior QB Byron Selby didn't exactly put up big numbers last week against Bethune-Cookman, but he gave the offense a much-needed charge to go with running back Chad Simpson's relentless running this season. Selby completed just enough passes (7 of 16 for 69 yards and one TD) to keep the Bethune-Cookman defense guessing when Simpson was going to get the ball in the 33-9 victory.
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By Frank D. Roylance and Frank D. Roylance,SUN STAFF | August 25, 1998
Emerson Perry Smith, who helped thousands of midshipmen learn to box during his 29 years as a physical education professor at the U.S. Naval Academy, died of a stroke Saturday at Genesis Elder Care Nursing Home in Annapolis. He was 78.Mr. Smith taught his fighters not just to punch, but to out-think, out-point, "out-class" and out-maneuver opponents."What he wanted to see was two skilled boxers who worked hard at learning the fundamentals," said Marine Col. Fred Peck, a former student, in an interview at a 1996 dinner honoring Mr. Smith.
SPORTS
By Glenn P. Graham | June 15, 1993
Kevin Ash Carroll Christian SchoolClass: SeniorGPA: 3.05Sports: Soccer, basketball and baseballOther activities: Band member, class representative, active in church groups.College: Pensacola Christian CollegeSnapshot: Has earned varsity letters in each of the three sports since his freshman year, Ash capped his high school career as the school's Men's Athlete of the Year.Received a partial scholarship from Pensacola for being recommended by Carroll Christian School as Christian Leader of the Senior Class.
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By Vicki Wellford | June 26, 1991
Whether the temperature outside is sunny and hot or rainy, the fun still goes on at the county libraries.Children are invited to see an excerpt from the Disney film "Tron," about a video game that comesto life, at library branches this summer.The movie program, which will include a visit from the library's mascot, Chester the reading dog, is one of the special events in the library's Summer Reading Program.Attendance is free and open to children entering grades one to six in the fall. Registration is not required for the hour-long show, but seating is limited and will be available on a first come first served basis.
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September 24, 1990
Services for Dr. Harry E. Bloom Sr., a retired ophthalmologist, will be held at 9 a.m. today at the Ruck Funeral Home, 1050 York Road in Towson.Dr. Bloom, who was 81, died after a short illness Friday at Meridian Long Green Nursing Home in Baltimore.He was born in Beaver Falls, Pa., the son of Aaron and Hilma Bloom. He graduated from Geneva College near Pittsburgh in 1930 and received his doctorate in ophthalmology from the Johns Hopkins University Medical School in 1934. After a residency at Baltimore City Hospitals, he entered private practice in downtown Baltimore in 1937.
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April 8, 2004
Ronald K. Biskup Sr., a retired federal Food and Drug Administration toxicologist, died of complications from lymphoma Friday at Upper Chesapeake Medical Center. The Bel Air resident was 67. Born in Rochester, Pa., Mr. Biskup earned a premedical degree from Geneva College in Beaver Falls, Pa., and was a pitcher on its baseball team. He entered the field of toxicology while serving in the Army at Edgewood Arsenal beginning in 1959. He remained there until 1977, when he transferred to the FDA's Center of Food Safety and Applied Nutrition.
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