Kristin M. Rannala, daughter of Toni and Raymond Rannala of St. Petersburg, graduated from the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, N.Y., with a degree in culinary arts. She completed a four-month externship in Napa Valley, Calif.
A 2000 graduate of the Canterbury School, where she was a member of the National Honor Society and played tennis and soccer, Rannala plans to continue her education at the institute. She is working toward a career as an executive in the hospitality industry.
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Newly elected officers of the Resource Center for Women include Janice B. Hill, president; Doris Anderson, vice president; the Rev. Pat Palmer, secretary; and Bobbie Barmore, treasurer.
They join new board members Marilyn Hafling, Linda Johansen, Ruall Jordan-Arrington, Jane Mercer, Roxanne Sams, Solomon Stephens and Marie Stempinksi at the organization, which has helped Pinellas County women in transition since 1977.
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Rachel Mallory Korth, daughter of Susan and Kevin Korth of St. Petersburg, has accepted membership in the National Society of Collegiate Scholars at Auburn University. She will be honored during a campus ceremony at the university this fall.
The National Society of Collegiate Scholars is a selective national honors organization that recognizes first- and second-year undergraduate students who excel academically.
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Andrew B. Green, son of Pauline Green of Treasure Island and Brenda and Brian Green of Marietta, Ga., has joined Atlantic Podiatry Associates, Palm Coast.
Green attended Boca Ciega High School, St. Petersburg College, the University of Florida and Dr. Scholl's School of Podiatric Medicine in Chicago. He earned his degree at Barry University in Miami and interned at Plantation Hospital in Fort Lauderdale.
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