Ray Lawrence was named Volunteer of the Month by the Prince William Extension Service. Lawrence, a member of the Georgetown South 4-H Program, helped start up the Midnight Basketball Program for young people in his community.
The sports program, created by the extension office and Christians Involved Together with Youth, is designed to offer children and young adults an alternative to drugs and other illegal activities. Lawrence is the chairman of the Christian group's sports committee.
Two Students Recognized
Shannon Raymond and Joe Majewski have been selected as the Outstanding Young Woman and Man of 1990 by the Pope John Paul I Council of the Knights of Columbus of Dale City.
Raymond is a senior at Gar-Field High School and is active in teen counseling, the concert choir and drama. At Holy Family Catholic Church, she is active in confirmation retreats. She has served as youth group sports coordinator at Holy Family.
Majewski, a senior at Woodbridge High School, is a member of the National Honor Society. For the last two years, he has been president of the Holy Family youth group and is active in confirmation retreats and sports activities.
Realtor of the Year Chosen
W.H. "Toni" Truschel, president of The Taft Corp. in Manassas, was named 1990 Realtor of the Year by the Virginia Association of Realtors. Taft specializes in the sale of land, commercial and industrial properties.
Truschel has taught various phases of real estate for the National Institute of Real Estate since 1976. He has served on several committees of the Prince William Association of Realtors and recently was inducted into the association's Hall of Fame.
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