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20 school employees to be feted by board

Twenty Hernando County School employees will be honored during a special reception at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the School Board Room before the regular meeting. Those retiring includeMildred Borges, teacher, Deltona Elementary School; John Chisholm and Annie Lawson, teachers, Phyllis Sheilds, media aide, and Johneva Smith, media specialists, all at Mitchel L. Black Elementary School; Betty Franke, teacher, J.

D. Floyd Elementary School; Jean Garrett, teacher, Westside Elementary School; Robert L. Greim, shop foreman, and Nettie Stone, bus driver, Transportation; Stanley Johnson, (deceased), teacher, Arthur Muzar, custodian, and Martin Otruba, (deceased), lunchroom assistant, all of Springstead High School; Walter Marks, teacher, and Jean Matala, secretary, Central High School; Richard McCleery and David Papa, teachers, Hernando High School; Ruben Mobley, custodian, and Robert Wardlow, teacher, D.

S. Parrott Middle School; Janis Wardlow, teacher, Eastside Elementary School; and Edna Willis, lunchroom assistant, Brooksville Elementary School.

Widowed, Singles Club

installs officers

The St. Frances Cabrini Widowed & Singles Club recently held its installation dinner at the Holiday Inn, Weeki Wachee.

The Rev. David Banks inducted the following new officers: Frances Alfano, president; Clara V. Clauso, vice president; Josephine Letscher, assistant vice president; Rosemary Simmons, secretary; Josephine Rappa, treasurer.

Banks was presented with a check for the church building fund.

AMVETS post installs

officers for 1991-92

AMVETS Post 52 recently installed new officers for 1991-92.

Janice Martin, former post commander and the new judge advocate, installed the following officers: Stewart E. Hall, commander; Larry Laverty, first vice commander; Arlene Peragine, adjutant-finance officer; Vincent Peragine, chaplain-sergeant-at-arms; Clifford E. Tuttle, provost marshall.

Escorting the newly elected officers was Gerry S. Tuttle, past president.

Couple represents post

at state convention

Mary and Rodger Hinds recently represented American Legion Post 208 of Spring Hill at the 73rd annual state convention in Hollywood, Fla.

They accepted a first-place trophy for the Post Americanism programs, a second place trophy for the Post Community Service programs and a plaque for an Outstanding Children and Youth program for the year. Mrs. Hinds received a plaque in recognition of her Outstanding Public Relations programs.