The Rev. Kathleen LaCamera, daughter of Frances and Frank LaCamera Jr. of St. Petersburg, is one of four Yale Divinity School alumni to receive a 2002 alumni award at the school's annual banquet. She was honored for her contributions in journalism and broadcasting.
An ordained United Methodist minister, LaCamera is a television and print journalist specializing in religion. Her short features and documentaries, which explore issues such as the conflict in Northern Ireland, the war in Bosnia and racism in the United States and England, have won international recognition including an Emmy nomination and a bronze medal at the Charleston International Film Festival. Her articles have been published in the St. Petersburg Times.
LaCamera, a 1975 graduate of Lakewood High School, lives near Manchester, England.
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The Seminole Campus of St. Petersburg College has inducted new members into the Beta Theta Omega chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, a national honor society. New inductees include Frank Burianek, Nicole Astromovich, Bambi Anderson-Ivers, Seth Francis and Christine Morten, all of Seminole; Jason Memmer, St. Petersburg; Laurin Tabachuk and James Dykes, both of Largo; Jeanne Thomas, Port Charlotte; Ronald Barry, Raiford; and Tracy Lefevre, Fairfield.
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Sharon Rose Enterline, daughter of Becky and Rick Enterline of St. Petersburg, is the first-place winner of the George and Stella Knight essay contest sponsored by the St. Petersburg chapter of Sons of the American Revolution. Her essay titled "John Henry: Fulfilled Ambition" was forwarded to the national SAR.
Rose, 19, lived in Japan for 10 years where her father was a missionary. She was homeschooled at the Westchester Christian School in Pennsylvania and is presently a freshman at Clearwater Christian College.
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