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Social worker honored

Anita Antolchick, a clinical social worker at Bayfront Medical Center, has been named a Cooperman-Bogue Award winner. Named after two founders of the Juvenile Welfare Board, the quarterly award honors the county's outstanding social services workers. Antolchick has worked in the emergency department of the hospital for four years. For information on the award, call 547-5674.

College graduates

These students from Pinellas County recently received degrees.

Southern Methodist University (Dallas): Keith Michael Kreider, bachelor's degree in business administration with a major in general business; Stuart Alan Pauley, master's degree in business administration with a major in general business.

Stetson University (Deland): Quynh-Loan Thi Nguyen, Maria Cappelli and Dawn Marie Favero, bachelor's degrees in business administration; and psychology major Kevin Christopher Schuck Jr., bachelor of arts degree.

Harvard University (Cambridge, Mass.): E. Michael Serbanos, bachelor's degree in government. He graduated Magna Cum Laude.

University of Colorado (Boulder, Colo.): Molly (Mary M.) Slazas, master's degree in math. She has been accepted into the Ph.D. program in biochemistry there.

Local woman enters

Miss Florida pageant

Kimberly B. Andrews, daughter of John and Sue Andrews of St. Petersburg, will compete in the 46th Annual Miss Florida USA Pageant in July. Andrews, 26, graduated from the University of South Florida and is employed as an investment broker.

Summer break for

family doctors

St. Petersburg family physicians Horst Blumberg, Charles Crist, Robert Dawson, Thomas Esposito, Jennifer Fyfe, Jose Guethon and Roger Laughlin attended the Florida Academy of Family Physicians 1996 Summer Break Away at the Naples Registry Resort in June.

The Florida Academy of Family Physicians is a medical specialty organization of 3,100 practicing and retired physicians, residents and students working to enhance and strengthen the specialty of family practice.

Fraternal convention

Ray Howard, of St. Petersburg, and Donald "Bud" Hunt, of Madeira Beach, attended the 132nd National Convention of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks held in Las Vegas in July. Howard is the exalted ruler of St. Petersburg Lodge 1224 and Hunt is the exalted ruler of Holiday Isles Lodge 1912. Both men were commended for their Lodges' dedication to the organization's philanthropic endeavors.

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