Springfield Student Honored
Suzanne S. Skelding, the daughter of Robert and Pat Skelding of Springfield, has won the Outstanding Senior Award for the 1986 graduating class in Therapeutic Recreation at Western Carolina University, Cullowhee, N.C. Skelding received the award based on her grades, service at the university and interest in the profession. 11th Graders Win Service Awards
The following eleventh grade students were recognized for their service and leadership by the Beta Nu Bole of The Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity at its Leadership Awards Ceremony:
T.C. Williams High School -- Marsha Denise Banks, Rebecca Grant, Anthony LeMonte Hogan, Nikita Bradley, Kevin Harris and John H. Smith IV.
Hayfield Secondary School -- Marvin Miles, Samuel Rogers and David Tyler.
Wakefield High School -- Gay Briggs, Donda Efimba and Anthony Hicks.
Washington-Lee High School -- Karen Byrd, Katrina Clark and Marvin Somers
Yorktown High School -- Raquel Goffney, Luevella Wright and Dionne Adams.
South Lakes High School -- Johna Dhaye Stanton and Gregory L. Jefferson.
Falls Church High School -- Shannon Prime and John Lea.
Mount Vernon High School -- David Price, Michael Wilson, Brook Palmer, Kevin Pritchett and Harold Henson.
Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity is the oldest black Americans' Greek society. Originally a social organization, the fraternity has broadened its scope by devoting time and resources to the growth and development of black youth and the disadvantaged. 4 Get Prizes at Science Fair
Four Fairfax County Public Schools students received awards at the 37th International Science and Engineering Fair held in Fort Worth last month.
The winners and their projects are: Matthew J. McIrvin, Jefferson High School for Science and Technology, whose project was "Toward a More Efficient Model of Cloud Formation"; Joseph J. Shay, Marshall High School, whose project was "Effects of N-6 Benzyladenine on Beans and Differential Grasshoppers"; Jeffrey M. Skerker, Jefferson High School for Science and Technology, whose project was "Kinetics of Sucrose Hydrolysis and Invertase Thermoinactivation"; and Julie N. Brooks, Mount Vernon High School, whose project was "Mass Extinction of the Paleozoic Era." Youth Wins Scholarship
Bryan Bloomer, the son of Jerry H. and Peggy J. Bloomer of Springfield and a student at Northern Virginia Community College's Annandale Campus, received the Mobil Scholarship. Bloomer's selection was based on an essay on the advancement of technology and how it applies to humanity. Applicants for the scholarship must be full-time students enrolled in one honors course. Hospital Names Employe of Year
Kathleen Harold of Annandale has been selected the 1986 Employe of the Year at Arlington Hospital. Harold has worked for the hospital's Alcoholic Treatment Program since 1976 as head nurse. She now supervises nursing management of the Adult and Adolescent Alcoholic Treatment Programs. She is working on a master's degree in social work from Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond.