Also in that edition, the names of two students who won second honors recently at Chelsea School in Silver Spring were omitted. They are Fred Rosenthal, son of Felix and Mildred Rosenthal of Annandale, and Rob Meisnere, son of Frank and Barbara Crowne of Bowie.
Eight students at Landon School in Bethesda were among 175 students from across the nation recognized as outstanding youth volunteers by President Reagan at a recent ceremony in the White House Rose Garden. Douglas Briskman, Matthew Holleran, William Johnston, Adams Miller, William Murray, Thomas Rowe, Robert Saum III and William Smith were honored for their continuing involvement as "bigger brothers" in the Friend-to-Friend program sponsored by the Washington Jewish Social Service Agency. Each week for at least two years, the students have visited their "little brothers," who are fatherless or handicapped boys.
In addition, Briskman is a soup kitchen volunteer; Holleran heads Landon School's community service program and visits an elderly man in an Iona House program; Johnston visits elderly people at Iona House and is a high school blood drive organizer, soup kitchen volunteer and a peer counselor; Miller has worked in a soup kitchen, in a sports program for retarded children and helped with projects for the National Heart Association and Cerebral Palsy Foundation.
Murray is a soup kitchen volunteer and has worked on high school blood drives; Rowe worked at a camp for mentally and physically handicapped children and teaches handicapped children to use computers; Saum has been involved in class projects to help handicapped children, and Smith has headed school blood drives, visits an elderly man, and works as a peer counselor in a "coping with alcohol" program.
Sara Clavez is the new executive director of the YWCA of Montgomery County.
A former VISTA volunteer in an abandoned mining community in Tennessee, Clavez has been a nursery school director, Head Start director, day-care director and an educational consultant. She is a former president of the Pennsylvania National Organization for Women.
Bonnie Hartstein of Rockville recently received the Girl Scouts' highest award, the Gold Award, for her coordination of a cleanup project along the Rock Creek bike path in Rockville. A member of Troop 1642, Hartstein, 16, is a junior at Rockville High School and an honor roll student. She is the daughter of Marleen and Arthur Hartstein.
Kenneth David Smith of Silver Spring, a senior in the School of Public and International Affairs at George Washington University, received a Distinguished Scholar Award at the school's recent honors convocation. Smith was one of five students who received the award.
A graduate of Georgetown Preparatory School, Smith has been named to the university dean's list every semester and has been elected to Phi Beta Kappa, the national academic honor society.
Vicky Metaksa, daughter of George and Tanya Metaksa, and Sue Davis, daughter of Edward and Peggie Davis, won first honors and were named to the third-quarter honor roll at a recent honors assembly at the Chelsea School in Silver Spring, a private high school for students with dyslexia and other learning disabilities.
Second honors were awarded to Susie Cameron, daughter of Annette Cameron and John Prewitt; Carmen Pabon, daughter of Pedro and Anita Pabon; Richard Wilson, son of John and Peggy Wilson; Fred Rosenthal, son of Frank and Barbara Crowne; Monique Van Wersch, daughter of Herman and Elisabeth van Wersch; Steven Elliott, son of John and Nancy Elliott, and Samantha Kyle, daughter of C.J. and Sandra Bain.
Harisha Bastiampillia of Wheaton High, Melissa Fuller of Woodward High; Neil Gorsuch of Georgetown Preparatory School and Shawn Hanna of Whitman High will represent the Maryland diocese at the National Catholic Forensics League tournament May 24-26 in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
Jane D. Greene and David S. Greene of Potomac have been appointed to head the B'nai B'rith Klutznick Museum and Art Committee in Washington. They succeed Sheldon Cohen of Bethesda, chairman since 1979.
The museum, endowed by Philip M. and Ethel Klutznick, was established in 1957 to exhibit documents and memorabilia from B'nai B'rith's archives. It has since acquired collections of Jewish ceremonial and folk art objects from around the world.
Jane Greene, a former director of the women's division of the United Jewish Appeal Federation of Greater Washington and a founding member of the Young Women's Coalition of the UJA Federation, serves on the board of directors of the women's division of the federation and the Jewish Council for the Aging. David Greene, a partner in the Rockville law firm of Shapiro, Meiselman & Greene, is a member of the board of directors of the UJA Federation and is chairman, cochairman or vice chairman of five of its committees. -- Frances Sauve
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