Jehan Sadat, widow of Egyptian President Anwar Sadat, will speak on "Youth -- Today's Hope for Future World Peace" at the 1986 McLean Rotary Youth Achievement Awards Program. Fifteen awards will be presented to young people from the McLean/Great Falls area.
The program recognizes young people between the ages of 13 and 19 who have distinguished themselves through community service. The program is also a fund raiser for the Falls Church-McLean Childrens Center, Alternative House, the Hospice of Northern Virginia and Make-a-Wish of Greater Washington.
Recipients of awards for community service will be Jacquelline Cobb, Laura A. Staubes, Jody Ballard, Nu-nu Luan, Cornelio Buu Hoan, Joseph C. Fletcher, Chris Glembocki and Matthew R. Flanagan. Recipients of awards for institutional service will be Daniel F. McFadyen, Kenneth T. Cuccinelli, Sara D. DeFerranti, Jae Cha and Heideh D. Kabir. The vocational service award recipient is to be Paul D. Gardner, and Elizabeth Gregg will receive an award for international service.
The awards will be presented at a dinner banquet emceed by Channel 7's David Schoumacher, executive producer and host of "Point to Point," to be held at the Sheraton International Center in Reston tonight at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are available for $15 per person from members of the McLean Rotary Club or Wes McGee at 471-0855.