February 28, 1993
Penny Olson, a nursing student at Villa Julie College, has been selected to attend an International Student Nurses Conference in Madrid, Spain, with all expenses paid. The award from the Helene Fuld Health Trust is given for academic and extracurricular achievement.*Jennifer Rene Bernstein of Towson has been awarded the Hunt Manor Women's Club Scholarship at Essex Community College.*Cherilyn Turpin of Briarclift Road was among the 350 outstanding high school students from across the nation to attend the National Young Leaders Conference in Washington last month.
January 24, 1993
The Baltimore County Medical Association presented its second annual Physician's Community Service Award to Dr. Theodore C. Patterson.*Yael Lehman and Ann-Elizabeth Simanis have been elected to the Phi Beta Kappa chapter at Goucher College.Clare Siegel, pediatric HIV project coordinator for Baltimore City Head Start Program, received an Administrator's Citation from the Health Care Financing Administration (HCFA) in Washington.Kelly Cavallio, a senior at Notre Dame Preparatory School, has been accepted into the Student Page Program.
January 19, 1993
A sad race against time has prompted Maryland legislators t move with unaccustomed speed to assure that the name and memory of Loyola College President Joseph A. Sellinger remains before them for generations to come.This week, only the second of the 90-day session, the House of Delegates is expected to complete work on a bill sponsored by the governor that would name after Father Sellinger the formula used by the state to send financial aid to Loyola and other private colleges and universities.
November 9, 1992
MICHELE PATTON, 17, daughter of Carole and Ronald Patton of Sykesville.School: Senior at South Carroll High School.Honored for: Working hard to recover from a knee injury and reconstructive surgery last year. After sitting out last season, she was captain of the Varsity soccer team this year. She also has helped her father, a Baltimore County police officer, with safety-awareness programs for the elderly.Goals: To major in business at Villa Julie College or Western Maryland College.Comments: "I had to reteach my leg to do everything.
October 6, 1991
Jodi Rehmert, a senior at Seton-Keough High School, has been recognized by the Maryland Higher Education Commission Distinguished Scholar Program for her artistic talent. She received an annual $3,000 scholarship to any college or university in Maryland.*Geri Gentile, secretary to the acting commissioner of health, was named Baltimore City Health Department Employee of the Month for September.*Theldon Myers, professor of music at Towson State University and a resident of Idlewylde, has been awarded a 1991-'92 American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers Award.
June 27, 1991
Villa Julie College's child-care center, Child's World, will have new operating hours in the fall.Parents can choose one of two programs for their children: One is held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; the other is from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Under the old schedule, the program operated only from 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.Because the new hours are shorter, the prices have been adusted. For information, call 486-7002.
June 9, 1991
Tina Emory of Woodholme Elementary School has won first place in Center Stage's Young Playwrights Festival Competition for a play entitled "A Doggone Dream." The script was selected from among 160 statewide entries.*James Joseph Fabiszak of Baltimore recently received an appointment to the Naval Academy. He was nominated by Representative Helen D. Bentley, R-2nd.*Sean Alisea, Marion Beck, Melissa George, Kristie Gisiner, Amy Hellen, Jennifer Lantz, Donald Lee, Kim Sanders and Melissa Weber of Baltimore are the recipients of the Key Scholarships at Villa Julie College, which provide full tuition at the college for the academic year 1991-1992.
April 28, 1991
E. Barry Rice, a professor of accounting at Loyola College since 1975, is the recipient of the 1991 Distinguished Teacher of the Year Award, which he received during the college's Annual Maryland Day Convocation.*Aaron Wheeler, a graduate of Calvert Hall, was awarded the Lindsey Ostenasek Volunteer Scholarship for his involvement with the Special Friends Program. The scholarship was also awarded to Sheila Tyszko, a freshman at Villa Julie College, for her volunteer participation in the Spiritual Development Program Gallagher Center.
February 3, 1991
Jack Marck, president of Marck Time Travel agency, Bel Air, has beennamed Member of the Year, 1990 by the Harford County Chamber of Commerce.Marck is editor of the chamber's "Spokesman" newsletter and has been a vice president for the past three years.He is involved in promoting membership in the chamber and on several committees.He is active in community affairs, presenting travel programs at senior centers, nursing homes, schools and service clubs.Marck is treasurer of Discover Harford County and a member of the Kiwanis Club of Harford County.
December 30, 1990
George D. Edwards 2nd was named to the Maryland Historical Society's board of trustees.*Dr. Kathryn Hildebran, professor emerita of modern languages at Western Maryland College, was honored recently for her 50th anniversary on the school's faculty.*Villa Julie College students Lauren Franzoni, Gina Dipeppe and Joanna Hobbs were instrumental in the production of an educational videotape for the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, which won first place and an award of excellence from the International Television Association.