Recreation Center Employees Honored

The Prince William County Board of Supervisors, the Dale City Sanitary District Advisory Committee and employees of the Dale City Recreation Center recently honored the center's Employee and Supervisor of the Year.

John Harper Jr. was named Boss of the Year, and Bonnie Adams was named Supervisor of the Year. Harper and Adams, who are administrators, were commended for their dedication to the center.

Other nominees for Supervisor of the Year were Mary Pope, supervisor of sports and leagues, and Bruce Dietz, of the Maintenance Division.

Ron Funk was selected as Employee of the Year for his exemplary work with the maintenance staff.

Marty Magone, of the Fitness Department, and Tarita Royal, of Cash Operations, were finalists for Employee of the Year, and Karol Lurch, Laura Chavez, Janell Bennett, Cathy Pastore and Ede Braun were nominees as well.

Counties Group Has Election

Supervisor Kathleen K. Seefeldt (D-Occoquan) was elected to a one-year term as president-elect of the Virginia Association of Counties, which represents Virginia's county governments.

Seefeldt will be responsible for internal communication, communication with other organizations and conference planning.

Seefeldt currently serves on the Local Government Advisory Council to the Governor and is vice chairman of the Association of Counties' legislative committee.

She is a member of the Virginia Municipal League's Transportation Policy Committee, the National Association of Counties' Transportation Steering Committee and the Metropolitan Council of Governments' Board of Directors.

Coles Student Wins Contest

Joseph Van Riper was the winner of the 1990 Anti-Shoplifting Campaign Poster Contest.

Joseph, a second-grade student at Coles Elementary School, chose the theme "Shoplifting Does Have a Price" for his poster, which resembled a game board similar to that from Monopoly.

The campaign is conducted by the Greater Washington Board of Trade to fight shoplifting, and $200 is awarded to the winner.

Joseph's poster was chosen over nine other finalists from the Washington area.

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