Anela M. Collazo of Hyattsville, Tristan A. Horrom of Laurel and Alexander Tsikerdanos of Laurel were inducted into the Omicron Delta Kappa honor society at St. Mary's College of Maryland. The society recognizes junior and senior students who rank in the top 35 percent of their school and display leadership on their campus.
The Associated Builders and Contractors of Metro Washington, which represents contractors, subcontractors and suppliers, presented its Chapter Safety Award to the Fireguard Corp. of Capitol Heights, Hess Mechanical/Comfort Systems USA of Upper Marlboro and Millston Corp./Millstone Enterprises of Upper Marlboro for excellence in their safety programs.
Daryle Bobb, president of Hot Laundry Systems in Beltsville, has received the Abe Pollin Humanitarian Award for his work with his nonprofit organization, Most Valuable Kids. Bobb and his wife, Beth, founded the organization to collect tickets for sporting events to give to disadvantaged children. When season ticket holders cannot attend a game, they can donate their tickets. Most Valuable Kids operates in other cities, including Cincinnati and Omaha.
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