Supervisors Honor Members Of Youth Advisory Council
The Prince William Board of County Supervisors earlier this month honored the 1989-90 Youth Advisory Council members for outstanding participation. The members were commended for leadership qualities personifying the highest standards of citizen volunteer participation and for their help in assessing youth needs in the county. The council members honored were Michele Ackerman, Phil Caramanica, Kristen Chang, Talitha Green, Michele Hayman, Nathan Hissong, Shauna Hotop, Demetria Howard, David Johnson, Kathleen Kalin, John Loveland, Heather Maples, Sherry Mattson, J.R. McMillan, Michael Neal, Amy Ripton, Bill Scott, Melissa Sorensen, Thomas Story, Dana Strack, Scott Warner and Aaron Yeatts.
Real Estate Award
Ed Horan won the 1990 Real Estate Educators Association Award for the best single education program at the association's annual conference, held in Nashville last month. Horan, who lives in Haymarket, was honored for a three-hour seminar he originated, called "Tax Advantages of Residential Real Estate." The program informs current and would-be homeowners of tax rulings that could affect the sale of residential property. Since 1982, Horan has trained more than 10,000 real estate agents throughout the Washington metropolitan area. He is an associate broker and member of the Northern Virginia Association of Realtors.
NVCC Teacher Honored
Madonna Domenichetti has received an Excellence in Teaching Award from Northern Virginia Community College. Domenichetti, a professor of psychology at the Woodbridge campus and one of three people to receive the award this year, was honored for her work with handicapped children and young adults in residential treatment settings. As part of the award, Domenichetti received $1,000. The other honorees are Gerald Bone, a psychology professor at the Loudoun campus, and Patricia Gary, a mathematics instructor at the Alexandria campus.
Manassas Teachers Commended
Sandra Fox and Jeffrey Abt have been named 1989-90 Teachers of the Year in Manassas.
Fox, a math teacher at Osbourn High School, was commended for her lively style of teaching and her interest in helping students with personal as well as academic problems. She also cosponsors Osbourn's "It's Academic" team.
Abt is a physical education teacher at George C. Round Elementary School, where he has taught since 1986. According to a school press release, Abt stresses good sportsmanship and is regarded as a role model for students.
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