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May 19, 1991
Midshipman 1st Class Anthony Lenzi graduated from the Maine MaritimeAcademy with a bachelor's of science degree in marine systems engineering.He also was awarded the U.S. Coast Guard License as an engineer and was commissioned an officer in the Merchant Marine.He has accepted a position as engineer with the Mersck Lines of Denmark.While at Maine Maritime, Lenzi played varsity soccer, lacrosse, and sailed with the academy sailing team.Lenzi is a 1987 graduate of Bel Air High School.HUBER SAILS FOR HOMENavy Seaman Apprentice James J. Huber, son of James M. and Gail Huber of Abingdon, has returned from deployment to the Middle East in support of Operation Desert Storm while serving aboard the aircraft carrier USS John F.Kennedy, home-ported in Norfolk, Va.He is a 1990 graduate of BelAir High School.
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By Laura Loh and Laura Loh,SUN STAFF | November 26, 2003
Diane Lenzi, an Anne Arundel County principal who retired yesterday after 33 years of watching children grow up, would not describe herself as a "huggy" person. But when she said goodbye to the 400 pupils of Park Elementary in Brooklyn Park on Friday -- the last day of school for county students before the Thanksgiving holiday -- the career educator held some of them to her chest and cried like a baby. Lenzi, 54, had reasons to shed tears. She had established deep roots during her 12-plus years leading the school, located in a community just south of Baltimore targeted by police for crime reduction.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,Staff Writer | June 12, 1993
ROCKVILLE -- The 3-meter springboard competition at the HTH Classic at the Montgomery Aquatic Center ended with two surprise winners.In a field that contained an Olympic medalist and a current NCAA champion, a recent high school graduate dominated the women's side, and a gold medalist, supposedly using the post-Olympic year as a rest, came back to capture the men's title.By scoring in the high 50s in three of her final four dives, Doris Glen Easterly easily defeated her closest competitor, NCAA 3-meter champion Eileen Richetelli of Stanford, by nearly 20 points.
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By Christina Bittner and Christina Bittner,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 25, 2001
IN NOVEMBER, Park Elementary Principal Diane Lenzi spent 18 days in Japan on a Fulbright Memorial Fund scholarship to study the Japanese school system. So it was only appropriate that when a delegation of Japanese educators expressed interest in learning about American schools, Lenzi invited them to Park. Last week, the Japanese group visited Lenzi's school and Brooklyn Park Middle. Lenzi was the third county educator in as many years to be selected for the Fulbright honor. She was chosen for a proposal based on Park's continuing study of international cultures.
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By PAT O'MALLEY | February 22, 1995
As a member of the 12th annual Baltimore Sun for Anne Arundel County Academic-Athletic Team last year, Broadneck's Rachel Lenzi played three sports (field hockey, indoor track and softball) while maintaining a 3.6 grade-point average.Lenzi hasn't changed much as a freshman at Chatham College in Pittsburgh, except that she is playing her fourth varsity sport at the Division III school.In the fall, Lenzi played soccer and volleyball at Chatham, a college of 600 women. She just finished basketball and is into softball now, while maintaining a 3.6 GPA and working as a sportswriter for the school newspaper, The Communique.
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By Gerald Eskenazi and Gerald Eskenazi,New York Times | July 30, 1992
BARCELONA, Spain -- Six years after he disappointed his parents by telling them he was giving up wrestling to be a diver like Greg Louganis, Mark Lenzi emulated his idol by winning the Olympic gold medal yesterday in 3-meter springboard diving.Lenzi got the gold, and proved there is life for American divers after Louganis, by avoiding the mistakes that foiled his chief rivals on the seventh of 11 dives at the Mountjuic pool. And when he could have relaxed and nursed a lead, on the final dive, he cleanly executed his most difficult plunge of the competition.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,Staff Writer | June 11, 1993
ROCKVILLE -- Finishing first in the HTH Classic just isn't a priority for Olympic gold medalist Mark Lenzi."I don't expect to win any time this year," Lenzi said. "The year after the Olympics is the least important year. I've paid my dues, it's time to take a break and get caught up on my sleep."The 24-year-old springboard diver is competing in the HTH Classic after two weeks of competitions in China and Germany.Lenzi plans to enter three more competitions this summer and take off from diving for a month.
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By Bill Glauber and Bill Glauber,Staff Writer | July 24, 1992
BARCELONA, Spain -- He used to make weight. Now, he makes splashes.Mark Lenzi is a wrestler-turned-diver. He is the best 3-meter springboard performer in America. Maybe the best in the world.He brings an attitude and a spin to his sport. As the heir to Greg Louganis' Olympic throne, he has come to Barcelona talking of winning a gold and starting a dynasty."It may be the post-Louganis era," he said. "But it's the pre-Lenzi era."At 24, with just six years of experience, Lenzi has transformed himself from a stocky, muscular mat rat into a diving cannonball.
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By Laura Loh and Laura Loh,SUN STAFF | November 26, 2003
Diane Lenzi, an Anne Arundel County principal who retired yesterday after 33 years of watching children grow up, would not describe herself as a "huggy" person. But when she said goodbye to the 400 pupils of Park Elementary in Brooklyn Park on Friday -- the last day of school for county students before the Thanksgiving holiday -- the career educator held some of them to her chest and cried like a baby. Lenzi, 54, had reasons to shed tears. She had established deep roots during her 12-plus years leading the school, located in a community just south of Baltimore targeted by police for crime reduction.
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By Christina Bittner and Christina Bittner,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 25, 2001
IN NOVEMBER, Park Elementary Principal Diane Lenzi spent 18 days in Japan on a Fulbright Memorial Fund scholarship to study the Japanese school system. So it was only appropriate that when a delegation of Japanese educators expressed interest in learning about American schools, Lenzi invited them to Park. Last week, the Japanese group visited Lenzi's school and Brooklyn Park Middle. Lenzi was the third county educator in as many years to be selected for the Fulbright honor. She was chosen for a proposal based on Park's continuing study of international cultures.
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By Christina Bittner and Christina Bittner,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | December 5, 1999
ANNE ARUNDEL educators are among the most dedicated in the world. Take, for example, Park Elementary School Principal Diane Lenzi.On Dec. 6, she will don an old-fashioned bathing suit and sit in an inflatable swimming pool filled with Jell-O.Lenzi is one of 10 finalists from Maryland, Virginia, New Jersey and the District of Columbia who are hoping to win a Giant Food contest, "What Would Your Principal Do for $1 Million in Receipts?" To enter, principals had to pledge to perform an outrageous act for their school.
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By Connsella A. Lee and Connsella A. Lee,SUN STAFF | November 14, 1995
Melting snow on the Park Elementary School roof caused minor damage yesterday when water leaked through and caused some ceiling tiles to collapse, said Principal Diane L. Lenzi.The snow, left from the Saturday night storm, soaked the lobby ceiling tiles, which fell about 7:30 a.m.Staff members used garbage cans to catch the water, and mopped puddles. By 8:20 a.m., everything was clean, Mrs. Lenzi said.The roof, which has caused problems before, is expected to require only minor repairs to keep it intact until the students and staff can move into the new Park Elementary School next year, she said.
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By PAT O'MALLEY | February 22, 1995
As a member of the 12th annual Baltimore Sun for Anne Arundel County Academic-Athletic Team last year, Broadneck's Rachel Lenzi played three sports (field hockey, indoor track and softball) while maintaining a 3.6 grade-point average.Lenzi hasn't changed much as a freshman at Chatham College in Pittsburgh, except that she is playing her fourth varsity sport at the Division III school.In the fall, Lenzi played soccer and volleyball at Chatham, a college of 600 women. She just finished basketball and is into softball now, while maintaining a 3.6 GPA and working as a sportswriter for the school newspaper, The Communique.
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By PAT O'MALLEY | May 18, 1994
Broadneck's Rachel Lenzi, one of the 10 girls named to The Baltimore Sun's 12th annual Anne Arundel All-County Academic-Athletic Team, has accepted a half-academic scholarship to Chatham College in Pittsburgh, Pa. "I'm excited that it's a 50 percent scholarship and that I will play softball there," said Lenzi, a 3.60 student who also played field hockey and ran indoor track at Broadneck. Mary Jo Mahoney of Severna Park and Todd Singleton of Old Mill, who were chosen as the top overall student-athletes on the 20-member team, have been selected as models for On Track magazine.
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By Consella A. Lee and Consella A. Lee,Sun Staff Writer | April 11, 1994
This is one time Park Elementary principal Diane Lenzi didn't have to beg, ask or demand to get something for her Brooklyn Park school. This time, Mrs. Lenzi said, parents led the way.The 51-year-old school is scheduled for replacement, but in the meantime students and faculty have been living with some inhospitable conditions: radiators without covers; threadbare carpet in one kindergarten class; a boys' bathroom in need of new urinals and floor tile.Donna...
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By Consella A. Lee and Consella A. Lee,Staff Writer | December 20, 1993
It's not easy posing for a statue when you're seven years old and 15 minutes seems like forever."It's hard when you have to stand still," said Brandi Vest, a model for Park Elementary School's sculpture, "Friendship," depicting a boy and girl holding hands. She and another girl, Sarah Schultz, share duty as models of the girl.But lest one should think it's all hard work, Brandi said, it isn't. "It's fun because you can do stuff. You can get to stand on the table," the second-grader said.Susan Luery, a Baltimore-born sculptor in the state's artist-in-residence program, is re-creating Brandi's likeness, along with fellow student Marty Jameson, in terra cotta clay at the Brooklyn Park school.
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By Connsella A. Lee and Connsella A. Lee,SUN STAFF | November 14, 1995
Melting snow on the Park Elementary School roof caused minor damage yesterday when water leaked through and caused some ceiling tiles to collapse, said Principal Diane L. Lenzi.The snow, left from the Saturday night storm, soaked the lobby ceiling tiles, which fell about 7:30 a.m.Staff members used garbage cans to catch the water, and mopped puddles. By 8:20 a.m., everything was clean, Mrs. Lenzi said.The roof, which has caused problems before, is expected to require only minor repairs to keep it intact until the students and staff can move into the new Park Elementary School next year, she said.
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By Christina Bittner and Christina Bittner,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | December 5, 1999
ANNE ARUNDEL educators are among the most dedicated in the world. Take, for example, Park Elementary School Principal Diane Lenzi.On Dec. 6, she will don an old-fashioned bathing suit and sit in an inflatable swimming pool filled with Jell-O.Lenzi is one of 10 finalists from Maryland, Virginia, New Jersey and the District of Columbia who are hoping to win a Giant Food contest, "What Would Your Principal Do for $1 Million in Receipts?" To enter, principals had to pledge to perform an outrageous act for their school.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Staff Writer | August 2, 1993
SAN ANTONIO -- The U.S. Olympic Festival '93 held its closing ceremonies last night, a fitting end for a city that was holding a coming-out party and for new American athletes looking to burst upon the national scene.It was a festival that had it all: some great newcomers, a few accomplished stars and athletes who were about to retire, but couldn't.One of the biggest winners, though, was San Antonio itself. Daily attendance averaged 40,000, and revenue was close to $2.5 million, Festival president Robert Marbut Jr. said yesterday.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,Staff Writer | June 12, 1993
ROCKVILLE -- The 3-meter springboard competition at the HTH Classic at the Montgomery Aquatic Center ended with two surprise winners.In a field that contained an Olympic medalist and a current NCAA champion, a recent high school graduate dominated the women's side, and a gold medalist, supposedly using the post-Olympic year as a rest, came back to capture the men's title.By scoring in the high 50s in three of her final four dives, Doris Glen Easterly easily defeated her closest competitor, NCAA 3-meter champion Eileen Richetelli of Stanford, by nearly 20 points.
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