Boy Scout Wins Eagle Awardtly received the Boy Scout's Eagle Award at a Court of Honor ceremony at the Springfield United Methodist Church.
Allen's Eagle project was to conduct a blood donor drive for the American Red Cross. He received a letter of commendation from the Red Cross for exceeding the donor goal.
Allen is vice president of the senior class at West Springfield High School and is a varsity member of the winter track and baseball teams. 6-Time Appalachian Trail Hiker Warren Doyle of Yates Ford Road, Clifton, has completed his sixth 2,100 mile hike along the full length of the Appalachian Trail, from Springer Mountain, Ga., to Katahdin, Maine. Doyle is the director of Hemlock Overlook Regional Park, a "living laboratory" for high school and college biology students run by George Mason University and the Virginia Regional Park Authority. Yates is also adjunct assistant professor of recreation at George Mason. Student Wins Optimist Prize
The Noonday Optimist Club of Fairfax honored Rebecca Turner of Providence Way, Fairfax City, during Youth Appreciation Week by presenting her with a plaque at their luncheon meeting. Turner, the daughter of George and Karen Turner, is the student representative on the Fairfax City School Board.
Optimist Clubs have sponsored Youth Appreciation Week since 1954 to recognize contributions made by youths. Scholarship for Accounting Major
Sean Bryan, son of Otis and Glenna Bryan, Kirkwood Drive, Fairfax, received the 1985-86 Stanley P. and Claudie Wilson Scholarship at Abilene Christian University, Abilene, Tex. Bryan, a junior accounting major at ACU, graduated from W.T. Woodson High School. He is president of the pre-law club and has been a member of Omega Rho Alpha.
The scholarship is given annually to individuals who are preparing for legal or literary careers and recognizes scholastic achievement and dedication.