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Pasco Eye Institute notes students' academic gains

The Pasco Eye Institute has initiated a program to recognize students for academic achievement at Gulf High School. The program is designed to single out students who achieve in individual subjects rather than in overall academics.

Dr. Frederick A. Hauber of the Pasco Eye Institute said the program recognizes a student who may not be an overall honor roll student but has good academic achievement in an individual subject.

Fifty students received recognition at the first awards ceremony under the program at Gulf High School.

NCNB contributes

to cooperative

NEW PORT RICHEY _ Randy Swift, vice president of NCNB National Bank, presented a check for $2,500 to the New Port Richey Community Cooperative for the organization's operating fund.

The contribution was made through the local branch. A contribution of this kind can be given to charitable organizations only. The Community Cooperative met that criterion.

Kuczkowski named

Eagle Scout

NEW PORT RICHEY _ James Joseph Kuczkowski Jr., has been awarded the rank of Eagle Scout.

Kuczkowski, a 1989 honors graduate of Ridgewood High School is now attending the University of South Florida in Tampa.

He began scouting in 1978 when he entered Cub Scout Pack 506 in Hamburg, N.Y., where he achieved the rank of Bear before moving to Port Richey. In 1981 he joined Boy Scout Troop 86 and remained with the troop for eight years. He served in many leadership positions. He recently transferred to Troop 79 in Hudson as assistant scoutmaster.

Do you have good news to share? Write to Carolyn Hopkins, Pasco Times, 11321 U.S. 19 N, Port Richey 34668.

Do you have good news to share? Contact Carolyn Hopkins, Pasco Times, 11321 U.S. 19, Port Richey 34668. For information in most of West Pasco, call (813) 869-6231. From Holiday, call (813) 842-9465. Elsewhere, call (800) 333-7505.

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