Zandra H. Cheng of Odenton has received a one-year Interdisciplinary Breast Fellowship from Anne Arundel Medical Center. Cheng, the second doctor to participate in this program, will train in Anne Arundel Medical Center's Breast Center to learn the latest in breast cancer surgery, diagnosis and research.
Cheng received a bachelor's degree in biology and foreign languages and literature from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a medical degree from the University of California at San Diego. Cheng's fellowship is sponsored by the Anne Arundel Medical Center Foundation.
Annapolis artist Kathryn Leonard was chosen to create the logo for the Hospice Cup boat race on Sept. 11. The logo will be used on Hospice Cup XXIII T-shirts, posters and programs to promote the charitable event, which raises money for six participating hospices, including the Annapolis-based Hospice of the Chesapeake.
Leonard, who majored in studio art at Randolph-Macon College in Ashland, Va., used acrylics, oils, watercolors and fusion fabrics to create a sailboat collage for the Hospice Cup.
Jamon E. Bocage of Glen Burnie recently participated in the Presidential Classroom's Law and Justice in Democracy program, held from June 26 to July 3 in Washington.
Bocage, a senior at Severn School, was one of 400 students nationwide chosen to participate in the week-long program, which included seminars, visits with congressional aides and a mock trial in which students were asked to argue a case before eight panelists.
-- Compiled by EILEEN RIVERS
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