Craig S. Leavitt and Renee P. Leavitt, the son and daughter of David and Benece Leavitt of Falls Church, have both been elected officers at their colleges. Craig Leavitt has been elected vice president of Phi Beta Lambda, a business fraternity at James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Va. Craig will be a junior in September and is majoring in computer information systems.
Renee Leavitt has been elected chairman of academic affairs at Bucknell University, Lewisburg, Pa., where she will be a sophomore in September majoring in business management. Two More Million Milers
Michael Kosloski and Clyde D. Lovelace of Arlington and Willie E. Roberts of Vienna have recently joined the ranks of the Metrobus million milers, bus operators who have driven more than a million consecutive miles without a preventable accident. A total of 16 Metrobus operators have become million milers this year, and each received a million mile pin and a shoulder patch. Girl Scout Honorees
Alexis and Jessica Hammond, daughters of David and Catherine Hammond of Fairfax, have both been selected to attend special scouting events this summer. Alexis has been selected by the Girl Scouts of America to attend "Ho West We Go" at the Girl Scout National Center West, a 14,000-acre site bordered by the Big Horn National Forest near Ten Sleep, Wyo. Forty girls between the ages of 12 and 18 were selected from applicants throughout the United States to attend. Alexis has been a Girl Scout for five years and just finished the sixth grade at Greenbriar East School.
Jessica has been selected by the Black Hawk Council of Girl Scouts in Madison, Wis., to take part in their Wider Opportunity this summer. She is one of 63 scouts from all over the world to participate. The scouts will stay in private homes, dormitories at the University of Wisconsin and at a dairy farm, and will camp and canoe on the Wisconsin River. Jessica has been a girl scout for five years and just finished the seventh grade at Rocky Run Intermediate School in Chantilly. Four Volunteers Honored
Jennie T. Davis and Linn O'Donnell of Arlington and Norman Beckett and Dan Moreland of Fairfax County were recently named as winners of the 1986 Metropolitan Volunteer Activist Award, sponsored by the Volunteer Clearinghouses of the Washington metropolitan area. More than 400 nominations were considered with 20 individuals and groups chosen as winners. Davis won her award for founding the Arlington Housing Corp., a private, nonprofit developer of low income housing and neighborhood conservation programs. O'Donnell was cited for her efforts in teaching English to older Southeast Asians and for being a community spokesperson. Beckett won for volunteering with the American Association of Retired Persons income tax assistance programs. Moreland won for organizing transportation for people's basic needs. Jaguars Sweep Band Events
The Falls Church High School Marching Band was named grand champion at the recent Fiesta-Val band competition in Virginia Beach. The Jaguars brought home 12 trophies.
Susan Hawkins won best drum major overall in both parade and field competition. The color guard and drum line also won first place trophies in both events. The Jaguar Band is directed by Charles Hiebert. Drum line captains are Allan Porter and Jeff Kirkpatrick. Flag captain is Dana Lee; rifle captain, Vickie Clark.
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