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By Bonita Formwalt and Bonita Formwalt,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 14, 1997
GLEN BURNIE Senior High's Class of 1997 honored its brightest and best at an awards assembly last week.Principal David Hill joined with administrators and faculty to present awards to these graduating seniors:Richard Marlowe -- Bausch & Lomb Honorary Science Award and President's Award For Educational Excellence.Hubert Kowalewski -- American Citizenship Award from the National Association of Secondary School Principals, the Glendale PTA Distinguished Student Award, a Maryland senatorial scholarship and an It's Academic Award.
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August 16, 2006
Eberhardt wins Arc President's Award Tracey Eberhardt, a past president and longtime advocate for the Arc of Howard County, has been selected by Arc President of the Board Cole Schnorf as winner of this year's President's Award. She was cited for her fundraising, fiscal management, strategic planning and lobbying efforts on behalf of children and adults with cognitive and developmental disabilities. County Executive James N. Robey was named Individual of the Year; Bill Kutchins, Good Neighbor of the Year; Cherise Petty, Volunteer of the Year; Knights of Columbus, District 27 was named Outstanding Organization; and Christine Towne, an administrative assistant at the Arc and student at Howard Community College, was named Self Advocate of the Year.
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By Amy P. Ingram and Amy P. Ingram,Contributing Writer | November 3, 1992
No doubt it was equal parts Nina Hendrix's business know-how, community charisma and Mississippi charm that got her the West County Chamber of Commerce's most prestigious award.Mrs. Hendrix, who lives in Severn, was one of two volunteers presented with the Unsung Heroes President's Award at the chamber's Volunteer Appreciation Reception Oct. 14. The award was made to honor the many hours of voluntary service she has given the chamber in the seven years she has been a member."I love people," she said, "and I love interacting with people.
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By Christina Bittner and Christina Bittner,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 23, 2002
OUTSTANDING pupils received recognition last week at graduation ceremonies throughout the country, including in Brooklyn Park. Honored at Belle Grove Elementary were Jaime Cory for Excellence in Art; Bradley Anarino and Steven Zogg for Outstanding Achievement in Music; and Jaime Cory and Matt Price for Excellence in Math. Matthew Price, Amanda Feik, Ashley Kessler and Bryan Lindung received the Citizenship Award. Jaime Cory, Terrell McManus and Steven Zogg earned the Presidential Academic Excellence Award.
NEWS
January 24, 2001
Barbara McWilliams and Sandy Hartzell, owners of a Glen Burnie-based company specializing in gift baskets and balloon decor, have been named Citizens of the Year by the Northern County Chamber of Commerce in recognition of their participation in community affairs. The award was among the business and civic honors announced Saturday at a chamber event at La Fontaine Bleu. In addition to serving on the chamber's board and executive committee, McWilliams and Hartzell, owners of Magic Moment Creations, were recognized for their roles in Arundel Habitat for Humanity, as sponsors of charitable causes and for helping to organize the annual Linthicum Community Fair.
BUSINESS
November 4, 2001
Nancy Hubble, an associate broker and vice president of O'Conor, Piper & Flynn ERA, has been honored by the Maryland Association of Realtors with its President's Award. Hubble was noted by the association for her 40 years in the real estate industry, her political activity and her volunteer work. The award is given to a Realtor who "gives of their time and talents [and who] are the heart and soul of our organization," said Adam D. Cockey Jr., departing MAR president and vice president of NRT Mid-Atlantic Ancillary Services.
NEWS
August 16, 2006
Eberhardt wins Arc President's Award Tracey Eberhardt, a past president and longtime advocate for the Arc of Howard County, has been selected by Arc President of the Board Cole Schnorf as winner of this year's President's Award. She was cited for her fundraising, fiscal management, strategic planning and lobbying efforts on behalf of children and adults with cognitive and developmental disabilities. County Executive James N. Robey was named Individual of the Year; Bill Kutchins, Good Neighbor of the Year; Cherise Petty, Volunteer of the Year; Knights of Columbus, District 27 was named Outstanding Organization; and Christine Towne, an administrative assistant at the Arc and student at Howard Community College, was named Self Advocate of the Year.
NEWS
May 27, 1998
Carroll Community College will graduate 260 students at commencement exercises at 7: 30 tonight in the Physical Education Learning Center at Western Maryland College.The commencement speaker will be Freeman A. Hrabowski III, president of the University of Maryland, Baltimore County since 1992. He is active in scientific and educational organizations around the state and country.His book, "Beating the Odds," which focuses on how to be aparent and high-achieving African-American males in science, recently was published.
NEWS
May 24, 1999
Carroll Community College will graduate 247 students during commencement exercises at 7: 30 p.m. Wednesday in the physical education learning center at Western Maryland College.Robert R. Furman, a civil engineer and owner of Furman Builders Inc., will be the keynote speaker. He has a bachelor's degree in civil engineering from Princeton University.Furman was his company's president from 1946 to 1986. He was executive officer for the construction of the Pentagon and staff officer for the Manhattan District, the organization in charge of developing the atomic bomb in World War II.Ralph Vaughn, president of the Student Government Organization, will give the student greeting.
NEWS
August 6, 2001
Arc of Howard Co. honors 3 for assisting disabled people B. James Greenfield, president of Columbia Builders, has received the Arc of Howard County's Outstanding Individual Award. He provided professional assistance and temporary office space and is a major financial contributor to the Arc, a nonprofit group offering vocational and residential support and services, respite care, advocacy and other programs for the developmentally disabled. Dr. Diane Stabler was named Professional of the Year for providing quality mental health services to people with special needs.
NEWS
February 4, 2002
Chamber celebrates start of new president's term The Northern Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce celebrated the start of Alison Tavek's term as president at its 30th Presidential Gala on Jan. 19. Outgoing president Mike Phennicie presented the President's Award for Excellence to Albert Barlinski and the President's Award for Leadership to Anne Arundel County Sheriff George Johnson IV. The chamber's business award recipients included Harbor Hospital...
BUSINESS
November 4, 2001
Nancy Hubble, an associate broker and vice president of O'Conor, Piper & Flynn ERA, has been honored by the Maryland Association of Realtors with its President's Award. Hubble was noted by the association for her 40 years in the real estate industry, her political activity and her volunteer work. The award is given to a Realtor who "gives of their time and talents [and who] are the heart and soul of our organization," said Adam D. Cockey Jr., departing MAR president and vice president of NRT Mid-Atlantic Ancillary Services.
NEWS
August 6, 2001
Arc of Howard Co. honors 3 for assisting disabled people B. James Greenfield, president of Columbia Builders, has received the Arc of Howard County's Outstanding Individual Award. He provided professional assistance and temporary office space and is a major financial contributor to the Arc, a nonprofit group offering vocational and residential support and services, respite care, advocacy and other programs for the developmentally disabled. Dr. Diane Stabler was named Professional of the Year for providing quality mental health services to people with special needs.
NEWS
By Christina Bittner and Christina Bittner,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 17, 2001
MEMBERS OF THE first graduating class of Brooklyn Park Middle School are now enjoying the summer break before moving up to North County High. During the June 6 graduation ceremony, Principal Brenda Hurbanis recognized pupils who distinguished themselves during their middle school years. Winners of the President's Award for Educational Excellence - with requirements of maintaining a minimum 3.5 grade point average and recommendations from each of their teachers and the administration - were Nicole Balzanna, Christopher Booth, Danielle Cowan, Lauren Hauhn, Kristine Karopchinsky, Courtney Kodek, Katie Kosack, Nicole Maxwell, Sarah Moore, Colleen Mueller, Terry Pham, Moriah Woods and Megan Smith.
NEWS
January 24, 2001
Barbara McWilliams and Sandy Hartzell, owners of a Glen Burnie-based company specializing in gift baskets and balloon decor, have been named Citizens of the Year by the Northern County Chamber of Commerce in recognition of their participation in community affairs. The award was among the business and civic honors announced Saturday at a chamber event at La Fontaine Bleu. In addition to serving on the chamber's board and executive committee, McWilliams and Hartzell, owners of Magic Moment Creations, were recognized for their roles in Arundel Habitat for Humanity, as sponsors of charitable causes and for helping to organize the annual Linthicum Community Fair.
NEWS
BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | November 3, 1999
County Executive Janet S. Owens will receive the President's Award at the Anne Arundel County NAACP's annual freedom fund banquet Nov. 12 for her efforts in appointing African-American members to her Cabinet and for fighting the Ku Klux Klan's attempt to join the Adopt-A-Road program.Owens is the first elected official in Anne Arundel County to receive the award.Chapter President Gerald G. Stansbury also noted her support of the Alex Haley statue at the City Dock in Annapolis and the renovation of Wiley H. Bates High School.
NEWS
February 4, 2002
Chamber celebrates start of new president's term The Northern Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce celebrated the start of Alison Tavek's term as president at its 30th Presidential Gala on Jan. 19. Outgoing president Mike Phennicie presented the President's Award for Excellence to Albert Barlinski and the President's Award for Leadership to Anne Arundel County Sheriff George Johnson IV. The chamber's business award recipients included Harbor Hospital...
NEWS
January 12, 1995
The Mount Airy Volunteer Fire Company recently had its 69th installation, awards banquet and dance at the Mount Airy American Legion Post 191.Awards were:* Rookie of the Year: Jerry Shaw for completing 240 hours of training and responding to 428 calls.* Firefighter of the year: C. J. Hamilton for responding to 667 calls, plus many fund-raising, training and work hours.* Line officer's award: Bob Dixon for outstanding work around the fire station.* EMS award: Tom Boro for completing paramedic training and answering 451 calls.
NEWS
May 24, 1999
Carroll Community College will graduate 247 students during commencement exercises at 7: 30 p.m. Wednesday in the physical education learning center at Western Maryland College.Robert R. Furman, a civil engineer and owner of Furman Builders Inc., will be the keynote speaker. He has a bachelor's degree in civil engineering from Princeton University.Furman was his company's president from 1946 to 1986. He was executive officer for the construction of the Pentagon and staff officer for the Manhattan District, the organization in charge of developing the atomic bomb in World War II.Ralph Vaughn, president of the Student Government Organization, will give the student greeting.
NEWS
May 27, 1998
Carroll Community College will graduate 260 students at commencement exercises at 7: 30 tonight in the Physical Education Learning Center at Western Maryland College.The commencement speaker will be Freeman A. Hrabowski III, president of the University of Maryland, Baltimore County since 1992. He is active in scientific and educational organizations around the state and country.His book, "Beating the Odds," which focuses on how to be aparent and high-achieving African-American males in science, recently was published.
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