Court Honors Registrar's Office

The City of Fairfax's Officeof the General Registrar has received a certificate for outstanding service from the Fairfax County Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court. Phylis A. Salak of Fairfax City is the general registrar for the City of Fairfax. The assistant registrars, all of Fairfax City, are: Nancy E. Berga, Dorothy P. Willard and Gwen L. Remick.

Adults and juveniles convicted of minor offenses who have been assigned community service hours supply the office with clerical assistance, and the office provides employment opportunities and clerical supervision. Realty Board Elects President

William H. (Kip) Laughlin of McLean has been elected the 1986 president of the Northern Virginia Board of Realtors (NVBR). A formal induction ceremony will take place in early December. Laughlin has served on a number of NVBR committees. He also was chairman of the Property Management Committee for the Virginia Association of Realtors. The University of Virginia graduate is the owner and managing broker of Laughlin Inc. Realtor in McLean. Fairfax County Schools News

The Fairfax County School Board has approved the appointment of McLean High School principal Murriel Price of Fairfax as Area III superintendent effective Nov. 1.

Superintendent Robert R. Spillane of Oakton and members of the school board will be among the regular participants on "SchoolScene," a weekly news program from Fairfax County Public Schools which premiered on Red Apple 21, the school system's public affairs cable television channel, the first week in November. The program will air daily at 3:30, 8 and 10:30 p.m. after the Red Apple 21 weekly special feature.

Spillane plans to discuss current issues and ideas pertaining to the Fairfax County Public Schools. Board members will address board actions and concerns. "SchoolScene" will also feature staff reports, discussions of school administration and general news.

Awards by Commission for Disabled

The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors honored Stephen Hall of Fairfax, son of Daniel and Anne Hall; Judith Rosen of Mt. Vernon, and Tysons Westpark Hotel with the Fairfax County Commission for the Disabled 1985 Special Achievement Awards.

Hall is the recipient of the Outstanding Student Award. The College of William and Mary senior, who is disabled, has won numerous academic awards and spent last summer working as a missionary in Melbourne. Rosen, recipient of the Special Achievement Award for Outstanding Individual, is the founder of the Hartwood Foundation Inc., a nonprofit organization that funds recreational activities for disabled persons and assists students pursuing careers in residential services for disabled persons.

Tysons Westpark Hotel, recipient of the Outstanding Employer Award, has become a center of activities for disabled persons and was recognized for bringing them into the mainstream of the community.