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Polish group honors Pinellas Park man

Wallace M. West of Pinellas Park, in recognition of his humanitarian and cultural services to the Polish community in Florida, has been awarded the Order of Merit of Republic of Poland IV Class.

The award was presented by the Republic of Poland during ceremonies at the American Institute of Polish Culture dinner/dance at the Treasure Island auditorium.

West, who is one of the founders and a former president of the American Institute of Polish Culture, worked as a cost estimating engineer for Sperry Rand Corp. in New York before becoming the director of the Queens Council for the Arts and assuming the executive directorship of the Hall of Science of the city of New York.

Scholarships awarded

Jacqueline White Sulek, daughter of June Smith of Largo, has been awarded the Ambassador's Scholarship and the Business and Professional Scholarship at Piedmont College in North Carolina.

She also was registered on the National Dean's List and Honor Society and recognized as the school's Outstanding Paralegal Student.

Ms. Sulek, who attended Largo High School, is a former assistant purchasing manager for the city of Clearwater.

Sorority installs officers

Beta Pi, the Clearwater area chapter of Phi Beta Psi Sorority, installed officers for the 1992-93 club year.

Arlene Mather was installed as president; Marilyn Winter, first vice president; Janet Rhodes, second vice president; Pat Roberts, secretary; and Linda Reining, treasurer.

Phi Beta Psi, a non-profit, non-academic sorority, has donated more than $6,000 to cancer research in 1992.

New officers for Rotary

The Rotary Club of Dunedin North has installed officers for the 1992-93 club year.

Marjorie Maddock was installed as president; Alex Ayscue, first vice president; Jim Stearns, president-elect; Josiah Waller, secretary; and Harry Mellett, treasurer.

The club meets at 7:30 a.m. Wednesdays at the Dunedin Country Club, 1050 Palm Blvd., Dunedin.

Lioness Club installation

Evelyn Fisher has been elected president for the 1992-93 club year of the Largo Lioness Club.

Irma Wigley has been elected vice president; Donna Foster, recording secretary; Kittie Stewart, treasurer; Aida Munoz and Ruth Fernholz, directors; and Mary Benge, Lioness tamer and tail twister.

Meetings are at 6 p.m. the second Monday of each month at Shoney's Restaurant on Missouri Avenue and the fourth Monday of each month at 7:30 p.m. at the Largo Library.

Couple marks their 50th

Lillian and Herb Snapp of Palm Harbor celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary as the guests of their family for a week at a condominium on Redington Shores and at a dinner at the Wine Cellar Restaurant in North Redington Beach.

The Snapps were married Sept. 19, 1942, in Bridgeport, Ohio. They came to Palm Harbor in 1985 from Archbold, Ohio. Before retiring, Snapp was director of distribution for LaChoy Foods in Archbold.

They have two children and two grandchildren.

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