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Good for you, postgraduates and an Eagle Scout

Elizabeth Woolner of St. Petersburg has earned her master's degree in social work from the University of South Florida. She is the daughter of Keith and Beth Benson and the wife of Calum Woolner, all of St. Petersburg. She is a 2000 graduate of Shorecrest Preparatory School. She is planning a move to Fort Lauderdale, where she will seek a position in social work.

Nina Phillips of Largo has earned her doctor of osteopathic medicine degree from Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, Georgia campus. She also earned a graduate degree in biomedical sciences from the same college. Phillips is the daughter of Helen Freid of Largo and the late Dr. Michael Phillips. She has accepted a pediatrics residency position at Miami Children's Hospital to begin her graduate medical education.

Sean P. Staszak of Largo has earned his Eagle Scout award from Boy Scouts of America, Troop 355. Staszak also received a certificate of recognition for outstanding achievement and exceptional leadership and citizenship from Sons of the American Revolution, Clearwater chapter.

Good for you, postgraduates and an Eagle Scout 06/07/11 [Last modified: Tuesday, June 7, 2011 1:54pm]
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