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Cumberland News (Newspaper) - May 15, 1986, Cumberland, Maryland Cumberland Timet news Cumberland md., thursday my 15,1986_5 we will save your paper every Day in a times news vacation and deliver them to you on the Date you return. Board of visitors a the Board of visitors of the University of Maryland a appalachian environmental Laboratory at Frostburg state College celebrated its first year of operation recently with a special program commemorating the formation of the Board in Gunter Hall on the Csc Campus. Left to right Are Board of visitors members Sally Reynolds Frederick Hill John Hollis Don Emerson George Schoenadel or. Wayne Spiggle Donald Goldbloom Helen Mcguire or. Douglas Cook or. Ronald Broadwater Delegate Timothy Finan Andrea Bowden Joseph Winters Walter Finster or. Torrey Brown William Richmond and Thomas Thayer or. Professor Emerson former head of the Csc biology department was honoured As founder of the appalachian environmental Laboratory. Lab Board Marks anniversary going on vacation done to Stop your paper or let them stack up on your door step Call 722-4608 and ask about the. Arthritis foundation promotes awareness Many people who experience the warning signs of arthritis ignore them for several years before seeking a doctors advice reports the arthritis foundation. A May is arthritis month and we Are intensifying our efforts. To educate the Public about arthritis a said Norine Walker of the foundations Maryland chapter. A we want people to be aware of the Early warning signs of this serious sometimes crippling condition. One million americans already have warning signs Are swelling in one or More joints Early morning stiffness recurring pain or tenderness in any joint inability to move a joint normally obvious redness and warmth in a joint unexplained weight loss fever or weakness combined with joint pain and symptoms like these persisting for More than two weeks. The arthritis foundation suggests that if you think you have arthritis see your doctor and have your condition diagnosed. Your doctor can prescribe a treatment program which will involve a combination of rest medication and exercise. For More information Contact the foundation at 301 759-9411. Health Competition winners a members of the health occupations students of America Hosa from the Allegany county vocational technical Center Cresaptown recently competed in the ninth annual conference in Cambridge and received numerous awards. Theme of the conference was a Success Only comes to those who dare to left to right Are Rose Puderbaugh Keri Cross a Minnick mrs. Linda Snyder advisor Sherry Bloss Melissa Reed Wenda Cannon and Krista Mckenzie. Absent from picture were Lloyd Lepley Michele Bridges and Trina Whitacre. Whitacre will serve As president of Hosa and Sherry Bloss will be new state reporter for the group. Health students earn awards on april 25 and 26, members of the health occupations students of America from the Allegany county vocational technical Center and their advisor Linda Snyder competed in the ninth annual conference of Hosa in Cambridge. Theme of the conference was a Success Only comes to those who dare to Challenge. A winners from the Allegany county to tech Center were Keri Cross and Trina Whitacre who placed first in the Community awareness Competition. Sherry Bloss Lloyd Lepley Rose Puderbaugh and Melissa Reed were first place winners in the Hosa bowl. Lepley and Minnick received first place awards in the first Aid and car category. Winners in prepared speeches category were Michele Bridges first place and Puderbaugh second. In medical terminology Puderbaugh also received third place and Bridges won fourth. Wenda Cannon was a third place Winner and Brenda Kline a fourth place Winner in the medical spelling Competition. A first place award in the nursing assisting Field was won by Bridges and Whitacre captured fourth place ranking in this category. In the extemporaneous health Field Krista Mckenzie placed second. Members of Hosa who placed first second and third in the competitions will compete in National competitions in Philadelphia pa., july 1-4. Lepley was chosen to be the Flag bearer and Mckenzie part of the Courtesy corps. Also Whitacre will act As a voting Delegate. In addition to the numerous honors that were won by members of Allegany county so tech chapter of Hosa two of the new state officers were chosen from the group. Whitacre will serve As the state president of Hosa and Bloss is the new state reporter. The theme a each endeavouring All achieving a the to techs Hosa members developed was chosen As Maryland sentry for the National theme for 1986-87. The Board of visitors of the University of Maryland a appalachian environmental Laboratory at Frostburg state College celebrated its first year of operation last month. The Board of visitors is composed of individuals throughout the appalachian area who lend their time and Energy to help the lab achieve the goals which were envisioned for it by its founders. Each of the members was awarded a certificate of recognition for service to the University in helping the Laboratory raise its visibility throughout the Region and to acquire More Grants and contracts in support of the areas research needs. The Board was recognized for its efforts in establishing a political support base for the lab and in its establishment of educational programs concerned with Western Maryland. Or. Torrey Brown a member of the Board and Secretary of the Maryland department of natural resources outlined the difficulty his organization has in balancing the Public a interests with private concerns. Or. Wayne Spiggle chairman of the Board of visitors hosted the evening events which included talks by or. Ian Norris director of the University Scenter for environmental and estuarine studies William outhouse associate director and Kent Fuller head of the appalachian environmental Laboratory. Or. Ronald Broadwater member of the Board and owner of Hunt Valley medical Center discussed his fund raising activities in the Baltimore metropolitan area. Professor Don Emerson former head of the Frostburg biology department was honoured As the founder of the appalachian environmental Laboratory. Emerson along with area legislators was responsible for bringing the lab to Western Maryland in 1961. The Board of visitors and spouses who attended the event were or. And mrs. Wayne Spiggle is. Andrea Bowden or. Douglas Cook professor and mrs. Don Emerson Delegate and mrs. Timothy Finan Walter Finster mrs. Harry Gilbert Donald Goldbloom Frederick Hill John Hollis mrs. Helen Mcguire is. Sally Reynolds or. And mrs. William Richmond or. And mrs. George Schoenadel Thomas Thayer or. And Joseph Winters. Appalachian environmental Laboratory faculty and staff who attended the event were or. Edward Gates or. Dan Harman or. Ray Morgan or. Ken Mckaye mrs. Sunday Fellows and mrs. Ann Allen

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