Gigi Turgeon, a student at Paul VI High School in Fairfax, has been invited to perform in August at the Salzburg Music Festival.
Turgeon, a violinist who participates in Catholic University's special studies program for instrument and voice, spent part of the summer studying at the French National Conservatory.
She also plays with the Arlington Symphony Orchestra.
Hugh C. Miller of Springfield has been chosen as a fellow in the American Institute of Architects in recognition of his contributions to the profession.
Miller is chief historical architect for the National Park Service.
The Springfield Breakfast Rotary Club has awarded five $2,000 scholarships to graduating high school seniors from the community. The recipients, and the colleges they will attend, were Christine Butera (University of Virginia), Kimberly Hartsell (Davidson), Lynett Karpoff (Haverford), James Locher (Harvard) and Laura Vaughn (James Madison).
The scholarship money was raised with a 10K run.
Harry Mileham, 79, will represent Falls Church in the 1987 session of Virginia's Silver-Haired Legislature, which begins Monday in Richmond.
In its three days of meetings, the 149-member legislature -- all of whose members are 60 or older -- will debate and adopt legislation concerning the interests of senior citizens.
Mileham headed the Falls Church Senior Citizens Commission for seven years and was president of the local chapters of the National Association of Retired Federal Employees and the American Association of Retired Persons.