Heather Frank, a junior at the University of South Florida, has been elected president of Chi Omega sorority. She is a student in psychology and president of the University Psychology Association. She was recently inducted into the arts and science honor society, the Order of Omega Greek honor society, Psi Chi and the National Society of Collegiate Scholars. She has received the Fred L. and Helen M. Thorp endowed scholarship and Chi Omega scholars award. She is also a representative of the USF Stars, Golden Belles and director of the 2004 Homecoming committee. She is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Michael Frank of Clearwater.
Sarah Rust, a student at Clearwater High School, has been selected a finalist for Florida's 25th annual Homecoming Queen competition from April 23 to 24 in Tampa. Florida's 2005 Homecoming Queen qualifies for a cash scholarship and a trip to the national competition. Rust is the daughter of Randi and Earl Rust of Clearwater.
Palm Harbor Fire Rescue Auxiliary awarded a $500 scholarship to fire explorer Paul. A Roberson Jr. Roberson graduated from Palm Harbor University High School and currently attends Florida State University. This was the auxiliary's third scholarship to be awarded.
Musical event highlights
ability over disability
Paul B. Stephens Exceptional Center, 2935 County Road 193, Clearwater, hosts "A Very Special Musical Presentation," 7 p.m. Feb. 10.
The event, sponsored by Paul B. Stephens PTA, will show that what truly matters in life is ability, not disability.
The musical presentation will feature Chris Burke, the actor with Down's syndrome who starred as Corky on the TV series Life Goes On, and Joe and John DeMasi, professional musicians and identical twins. For information, call Kathy Brickley at 725-7982.