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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON - Farmer's ADVOCATE - Thursday, May 18, 2000 5 )WN - Eight COunty residents were ely 100 Shep- students honored at 51st annual Student on Thursday, May Harpers Ferry, :pleat of the Associate Ursing Highest GPA is married to Frank 84 Blue Ridge Acres. a sophomore nursing a member of the Stu- s Association. Shenandoah !Was a recipient of the Fix Essay Contest place). She is a 1995 0f Discovery Academy, the daughter of Janie Philip Masemer and DeI,uca. She is a Charles Town, Plent of the Multicul- Award and the ard. She is a of" Jefferson High of Daniel ~Lulto, 115 MacBeth Leadership, and Shaw Leadership scholarships. Becky Eurice, Shepherdstown, was a recipient of the Outstanding Academic Career Award in Envi- ronmental Studies. She is a 1994 graduate of Westminster High School, Md and the daughter of Mike and Doris Eurice. She is a se- nior environmental science and bi- ology major, treasurer of the Shepherd Environmental Organi- zation, a Dean's List student, and a Burkhart Scholar. Heather Fauble, Charles Town, was a recipient of the Shepherd Education Student Association Award. She is a 1998 graduate of Jefferson High School and the daughter of Norman and Brenda Fauble, 106 Boxwood Lane. Fauble is a sophomore secondary educa- tion major (business and math), resident assistant, a Dean's List student, sophomore ~lass vice president, and a member of the Shepherd Education Student Asso- ciation, Circle K, and Kappa Delta Pi education honor society. Linda Shirley, Kearneysville, was a recipient of the Social Work Association Award. She is married to Richard L. Shirley and is the daughter of David and F. Jean Leight, Kearneysville. A senior so- cial work major, Shirley is a Dean's List student and a member of the Social Work Association, Alpha Kappa Delta sociology honor soci- ety, and the National Association of Social Work. Kathy Shall, Shepherdstown, was a recipient of the Outstanding Senior in Communications Award. She is married to Mike Shall, 207 Hidden Valley Circle, and has two children, Laura and Michael, who both attend Shepherd. Shall is a senior communications major, an intern with the C&O Canal Na- tional Historical Park, and secre- tary of Phi Alpha Theta history honors society. Pavel Yakovlev, Shepherd- stown, was a recipient of the Inter- national Student Union Award. He is a 1998 graduate of Martinsburg is a sophomore po- Lee major, sophomore and a member'of cultural Leadership ~rship ;onference Council, Committee. She also ,d the Burkhart, Leo Multicultural Claymont Court, Charles Town, WV Claymont Children's School is currently accepting applications for enrollment for Pre-School through Sixth Grade for the 2000-2001 school year. Cross.Cirricular. Academics. Art and Rural crafts. Science and Na!ure--1 studies Gardening Hands'on learning. Family oriented' Low TuitiOn ] Small Class sizes. Parent mvoivement. Anecdotal records rather thanI Report Card gradingsystem. Loving, nurturingenvironmen t ,For more info: (304) 725-8889 I Hoq ice fatie ,t Nick Sivievo a ,d hi " bride Lb, da their ,e44i% day, J,e ?A, j,rt before Nkk aiea. Nick uaepv a,a Livi,j Li&I. And Hospice of the helps make every minute count. in-home care to people living with incurable, progressive illnesses. Professional staff and visits, help for family and loved ones, 24 hour on-call support, medicines, equipment, supplies. care to hospice families and the community. Covered by Medicare, Medicaid, e, with help for the uninsured. 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