All Saints Principal
Sister Mary Anne Glaser was appointed principal at All Saints School in Manassas.
Glaser, who succeeds the late Sister Therese Dowgiallo as chief administrator, comes most recently from a six-year stint as principal of St. Agnes School in Arlington. She has 36 years of teaching experience ranging from first to eighth grade.
In addition to her duties at All Saints, she is a member of the Virginia Catholic Education Association accreditation committee, which reviews the accrediting process for schools in the Arlington and Richmond dioceses.
Glaser also serves on the Advisory Board for Manassas city schools in assessing long-term goals and community needs, specifically drug-free schools.
Library Board Head Honored
Joyce Phillips, chairman of the Prince William Public Library board, was selected to receive an outstanding trustee achievement award by the Virginia Library Association.
The award is given to persons who have provided a vital role in the library system and its community.
Phillips will receive the award at the Virginia Library Association's annual conference next month.
Red Cross Committee
The Prince William Chapter of the American Red Cross has announced its Health Services Committee members for fiscal year 1991.
The committee serves in implementing and directing programs and meeting needs of the chapter's health and safety classes in the county.
The members of the all-volunteer committee are: Beverly Delozier, chairman; Nancy Cozier, CPR chairman; Norman Frizzle, first-aid chairman; Suzie Siefke, nursing and health chairman; and Karol Lurch, water safety chairman.
Officers of the Month
Police Officers J.C. Virgil and R.S. White were chosen as officers of the month for September by the Prince William County Police Department for their exemplary work.
Virgil is credited for his keen sense of observation in apprehending burglary suspects in the Montclair area.
White was chosen for his role in arresting a suspect who made a statement about breaking into numerous vehicles in the Glendale area.
Both officers were commended for their actions and dedication to their profession and the community.
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