Queens Chapel Civic Association president Robert A. Johnson received a trophy from PEPC0 at an awards celebration at the Capitol Hilton last week for being the outstanding senior citizen delegate to the D.C. Federation of Civic Associations.

Johnson, who lives on Michigan Avenue NE, was commended for his diligent work in maintaining the desirability of the neighborhood and for his work with the Fifth District police station and with various other civic organizations.

Other award winners included Brian Moore, Southwest Neighborhood Assembly, Washington Gas Light award for outstanding male delegate to the federation; Reba Diggs, Brightwood Community Association, C&P Telephone Co. award for outstanding female delegate to the federation; Bettie J. McCauley, Central Northwest Citizens Association, NAACP award; Erica McKinney, Trinidad Youth Civic Association, Industrial Bank of Washington award for outstanding junior civic association, and Addie Cook, Fort Stanton Civic Association, D.C. Federation of Civic Associations award for outstanding senior civic association. Coolidge's Cadets

Two Coolidge Senior High School graduates, Kaaba G. Jones and Kenneth Edward Flanagan, are spending their first two college years getting a taste of spit-shined military life as freshman cadets, or "plebes," at Georgia Military College in Milledgeville, Ga.

Jones, 17, and Flanagan, 18, who had ROTC training in high school, were accepted recently to GMC, one of the country's oldest military colleges.

Jones is the son of Maurice and Janice Jones of Sheridan Street NW. Flanagan is the son of Edward and Glynda Flanagan of Georgia Avenue NW.