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The following Inverness Primary School pupils have been named safety patrols for the 1994-95 year: Chrissie Berry, Alex Deutschman, John Ferro, Michael Fitzpatrick, Courtney Harvey, Jessica Hatten, Chris Himmel, Alyse Johnson, Amanda Johnson, Trevor Jones, Greg Kostis, Ryan McBride, Jennifer McLaughlin, Brett Norton, Duke Ramsey, Judy Robison,Cassie Roxby, Jackie Salozzo, Charles Edward Staten, Clark Stillwell and Betina Whaley. These fifth-graders maintain a safe and orderly atmosphere at IPS and will be raising funds for their trip to Washington, D.C., next summer. In November, they will have a turkey raffle and craft vendor show.

The following Citrus High School students were inducted in the National Honor Society last Monday: Maura Algeo, Lisa Allegretta, Jason Anderkin, Rhett Aultman, Maya Balakrishnan, Kim Banks, Deborah Burch, Michele Cauffman, Christy Conrath, Suzanne Coolbeth, Dawn Dietz, Luther Elliott, Steve Feeser, Richard Garrett, Kim Gates, JoJamie Hahr, Ryan Herndon, William Henderson, Jenny Holderbaugh, Samantha Hunter, Jessica Jacobs, Joseph LoCascio, Danielle Manos, Cherie Marcus, Michelle Marcus, Robert Mastascusa, Paul Matharoo, Lillian Mitchell, Stephen Mogg, Robert Morris, Faith Powers, Lorrie Ramirez, Carl Randall, Erin Rogers, Ryan Slattery, Mark Smythe, Mathew Spooner, Mary Elizabeth Staten, Clint Stokes, Melissa Stringer, Tabitha Todd, Leticia Trespalacios, Scott Turner, Vince Venero, Mark Waybright and Carrie Whaley.

Sarah Kimbrell, a junior at Crystal River High School, has been selected to attend the National Young Leaders Conference Nov. 15 to 20 in Washington, D.C. The conference is for high school students who have demonstrated leadership potential and scholastic merit. During the six-day conference, some 350 students will meet with government leaders, the media and diplomatic corps.

The following Floral City Elementary School pupils have been named September Citizens of the Month: pre-kindergarteners, Albert Vanbennekom and Felicia Stabler; kindergarteners, Christine Rouse, Samuel Rains, Sammy Justin, Kenny Carley, Jeffrey Nolen, Melissa Tompkins, Joshua Groom and Shanice Harris; first-graders, Robert Vega, Melissa Wainwright, Amanda Saad, Justin Bass, Tiffany McBride and Jackie Johnson; second-graders, Jodi Moores,Nicholas Lefkow, Hugo Fiore, Cori Montag, Timmy Wilson and John Hughes; third-graders, Shaina Isenhour, Mike Lebeau, Trisha Adair, Lee Carey, Jesse Sandvick, Kansas Alexander and Kayla Iglesias; fourth-graders, Angela Wade, Carl Clark, Steven Johns, Tina Burnett, Ross Keesling and Jennifer Borst; fifth-graders, Adrian Helton, Crystal Heath, Nate Hine, Cinthya Chin, Jaime Warner and Milton Lyons.

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