Linda Jo McCormac, 17, of Brandywine is the Prince George's Miss Teen for 1986. Twenty-five young women competed in the contest. All contestants were required to have at least a B average in school and to have given a minimum of 12 hours to a volunteer service. McCormac received a $500 scholarship and will compete in the Maryland state finals in Ocean City in April. Oxford Fellowship Granted

David Deakin of Bethesda, a senior at Williams College in Williamstown, Mass., is the winner of the college's Carroll A. Wilson Fellowship, which enables him to study for two years at Worcester College, Oxford University, in England. Deakin, a 1982 graduate of Walt Whitman High School, will be working toward a master of philosophy degree. Optometrist Is Honored

Dr. Harold S. Glazier, a Silver Spring resident, has been named the 1985 "Optometrist of the Year" by the Maryland Optometric Association. The award was given "in recognition of his devoted and outstanding service to the profession and to the citizens of Maryland." Glazier serves on the Maryland Board of Examiners in Optometry. College Staff Lauded

Seven members of the Prince George's Community College staff were recognized at a ceremony honoring them for 15 years of service to the college. The recipients are: Carlton L. Rogers, John Hawkins, Jane Brink, Danny Jones, Carole Winfield, Carrie Reeder and Marilyn McDonald. -- Ann Dixon

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