Falls Church Nominee

President Reagan has announced that he will nominate L. Francis Bouchey of Falls Church to the board of directors of the Inter-American Foundation for a six-year term. Bouchey has been president of the Council for Inter-American Security since 1983. He received his bachelor's degree from the University of Dallas in 1966 and his master's from Georgetown University in 1972.

Fairfax City Workers Honored

The City of Fairfax recently honored nine city employees for their service in 1987. Recognized for outstanding job performance were: Oscar Carmichael, a refuse collection worker; Keith Cunningham, a Fire Department sergeant; William Fourqurean, a computer operations supervisor; James Gilbertson, a police officer; Richard Miller, a firefighter; Alex Swain, a firefighter; Monica Steele, a license and permit clerk in the building inspections division; Richard White, a sign and signal technician in the public works department; and Mark Winegardner, information specialist.

Planning Commissioner Certified

Vienna resident Theodore R. Thomas, member of the Vienna Planning Commission, recently completed the Virginia Certified Planning Commissioners program. He is the first planning commissioner in Vienna to be certified in the program, which is sponsored by the Virginia Department of Housing and Community Service, Virginia Tech's Cooperative Extension Service and the Virginia Citizens Planning Association. The 10-week course is equivalent to two years of college study.

Fairfax Teachers Recognized

Two Fairfax County public school teachers were honored by the Virginia Art Education Association recently. Diane Connelly of Fairfax received an award for her outstanding contributions in the performing and fine arts, and Martha Wagner of Fairfax was named elementary art teacher of the year. Connelly is an Area IV elementary school art teacher, and Wagner is an Area I elementary school art teacher.

Falls Church Woman Elected

Dr. Marjorie Deutsch of Falls Church has been elected northern regional vice president of the Virginia Association of Marriage and Family Therapists. Deutsch is a therapist at the Family Relations Institute, and an adjunct professor at George Mason University and Virginia Tech.

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