An item in last week's People column incorrectly identified R.J. Roberts as a newly elected Prince William Symphony Orchestra board member. Roberts has been a board member since 1988; he is newly elected vice president. (Published 10/18/90)

The Prince William Symphony Orchestra has appointed seven new members to its Board of Directors. They include Tricia Davis, executive director of Historic Manassas; Jean Harrover, a civic leader in Manassas; Bob McCausland, executive vice president of Security Bank; Robert Noe, vice president of Anden Group; and Gary Swenson, of The Washington Post. Appointee Christopher Reddick, vice president and chief financial officer of Anden Group, was elected treasurer and appointee R.J. Roberts, of Vulcan Materials Co., was elected vice president.

Volunteer of the Month

Ray Williams was named Volunteer of the Month for September by the Prince William Extension Service. Williams has been a volunteer financial counselor since 1989 and has worked with eight clients teaching the basics of money management. He works at Personal Finance Clinics in Manassas and Woodbridge recording financial information for computer analysis. Williams also has trained counselors and teaches "Budgeting in the Client Context" and "Meeting the Client Where He Is At."

Officer Attends FBI Academy

Lt. Ralph Ahrens of the Prince William County Police Department recently graduated from the FBI Academy at Quantico. The 11-week program provides specialized management training to law enforcement officers. Ahrens has been with the county police department for 20 years and is deputy division commander of the administrative division. He is the 14th county police officer to graduate from the FBI Academy.

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