Medical Record Scholarships
Nina Phillips of Alexandria and Merle Channell of Falls Church received the 1986 Eleanor Becci Memorial Scholarships. This scholarship is awarded to students in Northern Virginia Community College's Annandale Campus program in medical record technology.
The annual award is named in memory of Eleanor Becci, a 1976 graduate of the program. Phillips and Channel are members of the 15th medical record technology graduating class. God and Country Awards
The following Fairfax County Tiger Cubs, Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, Explorer Scouts, and Varsity Scouts who received the God and Country Religious Emblem in 1985 were recognized at the third annual National Capital Area Council Scout Sunday observance. They are Jeff Cole, Jack Heckle, John Robert W. Wood, Dejean Harden, Alan M. Schwalb, Rob Cassedy, Jeremy Gray, David Livesay and Tim Schmidt of Burke; Steven Barrick, John Wasson Taylor, Robbie Hanak, Craig Taylor Watkins, Stephen E. Bouchard and Russell S. Groves of Fairfax; Andrew Hoopengardner and Davis Ransom of Vienna; Michael Andrew Smith of Centerville; Richard E. Chapman Jr., Chris Fleming and Mike Fleming of Manassas; Matthew Bowman, David Gaul, D. Russell Light, Leonard Pryor, Brian Thacker, Justin DeNormandie, Donald Paul Ludlam and Forrest B. Snyder III of Sterling; Raymond J. Decker III, Garrett Little, Mike Spencer, John Mitchell, Kashka Ashford, John Allen Hoyman, Peter Meyer and Christopher Nolf of Springfield; Mark Kunkel of Annandale; Jeffrey Broaddus of Herndon; Mathew Smith of Chantilly; Wallace Phillip Mitchell and James David Mitchell of King George; Curtis A. Craig of Woodbridge; Earl Bainbridge and Mark Smith of Stafford; Eric Reed Bartholow and Mark M. Shelton of Fredericksburg; Arthur Preston Goodman of Falls Church. Young Soloists' Winners
Todor Pelev of Arlington, Eric de Waardt of Vienna and Jennifer Hayghe of Springfield were among the winners in the National Symphony Orchestra's 1985 Young Soloists' Competition, sponsored by the McGraw-Hill Foundation Inc. Pelev, a violinist, won in the college division and is now a student at the Eastman School of Music. De Waardt, a violist, also won in the college division and is with the Columbus Symphony Orchestra. Hayghe, a pianist, won in the high school division and is a junior at Lake Braddock Secondary School.