Fairfax Teen on Radio With Soviet Youths

Lisa Bryant, a junior at Robinson Secondary School in Fairfax, was one of five American teen-agers who were featured with five Soviet youths on a radio show Sunday. The broadcast, called "Kids to Kids," was aired locally on WAVA, and in other major U.S. cities with an audience believed to number 70 million. The show also was broadcast in the Soviet Union. The youths discussed the differences and similarities between their lives.

McLean Resident to Join Air Force Board

The White House has announced that McLean resident Nancy Schulze will be named a member of the Board of Visitors to the U.S. Air Force Academy for a three-year term.

Mary Washington Student Gets Leadership Award

Michael Dale Teaster, a former student government president at North Stafford High School, has received Mary Washington College's first Mary Siegrist Hinz Leadership Award. The award, which consists of a full tuition and fees scholarship, was established last fall in memory of the Mary Washington graduate who died after a bicycling accident in 1984. Teaster is a senior majoring in marketing and studio art.

Assistant Principal Named at Loudoun Valley

The Loudoun County School Board has appointed William E. Oblas assistant principal of Loudoun Valley High School. Oblas, dean of Broad Run High School since 1986, began his career with Loudoun public schools in 1973 as a math and science teacher at the old Leesburg Middle School.

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