N.Va. Hotline Board President Elected

Jill Neuville of Arlington was recently elected president of the board of directors of the Northern Virginia Hotline. She is an administrative officer with the Arlington County Mental Health Services and has served on the Northern Virginia Hotline board since 1984. In another election, Calvin Fox of Alexandria was chosen to serve on the board.

Community Colleges Staff Member Honored

Mary W. Krause of Annandale has been selected as an outstanding support staff person for the Virginia Community College System. Krause, who has worked in the payroll and personnel department at Northern Virginia Community College since 1973, is a senior personnel practices analyst. The annual award recognizes one support staff person, chosen by their peers and supervisors, at each college in the system.

Commission for Disabled Persons Presents 2 Awards

The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors presented the Fairfax County Commission for Disabled Persons 1987 Special Achievement Awards. Richard F. Harris and Shirley D. Costello were honored along with the Southland Corp. and the Best Western Springfield Inn.

Harris, a faculty member at Northern Virginia Community College, received the Special Achievement Award for a Disabled Citizen. Costello, director of the Mount Vernon Center for Community Mental Health, received an award for her work in mental health. Southland Corp. and Best Western received business and corporate awards in recognition of programs designed to promote employment opportunities for disabled persons in the area.

Prince William Parks Cite Employe of the Year

The Prince William County Park Authority recently named Woodbridge resident Jay Yingling employe of the year. Yingling, a 13-year employe of the park authority, was one of 12 employes nominated by the staff for their contributions to the organization and to the public. He is team leader of the maintenance crew in the Dale City/Lake Ridge area of the county.

Fairfax Resident Awarded Sorority Scholarship

Yvette Tarner of Fairfax has received a scholarship for 1987-88 from the Raleigh (N.C.) PanHellenic Council, a local chapter of an organization of national sororities. The scholarship is awarded to outstanding sorority women attending area schools.

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