Our Honor Roll grows and grows. Here are some of the groups that have contributed recently to our annual fund-raising campaign:
The employes of Remco Business Systems Inc. ($308, and the 24th year in a row we've heard from these folks).
Staffers at the Navy League of the United States ($303).
The student council at Alice Deal Junior High in Northwest ($661.65 via a penny drive).
Employes of the American Podiatric Medical Association ($344).
The Junior Civitan Club at Samuel Ogle Middle School ($40).
Gloria Murphy's fifth grade class at Hillcrest Heights Elementary School in Temple Hills ($165).
Cub Scout Pack 255 ($13.50).
The Welfare Fund Council at the National Guard Bureau ($300).
Students and staff at Beacon Heights Elementary School in Riverdale ($200).
The gang in the Training Support Division, Office of Training and Education, Central Intelligence Agency ($50).
Employes at Disabled American Veterans ($505).
Energy Ventures Analysis Inc. ($50).
Alan Beier and students in his chemistry classes at High Point High School in Beltsville ($86.39).
Teachers, students and parents at P.B. Smith Elementary School in Warrenton, Va. ($322.39).
D and R Millwork of Bladensburg ($50).
The Learning Resources Center staff at the National Emergency Training Center in Emmitsburg, Md. ($15).
The Woman's Club of the Somerset Subdivision in Fairfax ($33.50).
The HELP Club of Washington ($190).
Employes at the Social Security Administration offices on Pennsylvania Avenue SE ($57).
Employes in the Office of Municipal Pollution Control, Environmental Protection Agency ($205, this group's 12th consecutive donation).
And the employes of RAILINC Corp. (another 12-time donor -- $682 this year).
Fabulous, folks. A reminder to you other folks: the campaign ends on Jan. 18. That gives you eight days in which to take part.