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Eagle-bulletin. ([Fayetteville, N.Y.]) 1979-current, July 10, 1985, Image 11

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- Jo Ann Sandburg Honored JoAnn Sandberg, a senior at Fayetteviile-Manlius High School, was rtc^ffily honored by the Council of Service Clubs of Syracuse at a Youth Leadership. Awards dinner Seventeen stu- >TQ Study In Sweden Siubhan McCabe of 209 Juneway Dr . (\hitienango. daughter of Christiana and Michael McCabe. will Uve and studv in Sweden during the next vear through the American Scandinavian Student Ex change program Shr TST the granddaughter of Eleanor Emerson. 209 Falls Blvd and Robert McCabe of Manlius and the late Mrs McCabe M«s» McCabe is in the Na­ tional Honor Society and re­ ceived the Paul Taylor Ail- Around Student Award in her freshman year as well as the Dean Dymond Award for Out­ standing Service in her sopho­ more year She has been active in the skt. tennis and golf programs and in 4-H for several years. _ She will leave on July 31 to make her home with-tho Bo and Maibritt VVikberg family of Participate M Seminar Robert Jennings, second from left, and Susan Nicholson, third from left, ar-e the recipients of this year's Fayetteviile-Manlius Rotary Club's Service Above Sett Award, which Is presented annually to a- Fayetteville-Manlius High School senior boy and girt. The awards were presented by George Egger, far left, who is ciub chairman of the award, and William Wall, far right, club president Mr. Jennings, son of Mr, and Mrs. Robert Jennings, 8379 Cazonovla RdV Local high school students were among Ofe participants of seminars at the American Man­ agement Association in Hamil­ ton. Among those attending were Todd Bristol. Vince Hemmer, Kim Jastremsfci and Edward Wtsmewski of Fayetteviile- Manlius; Otessia Butenko. Richard Engle. John GarbinskT. Uavtd Heller, Mary Anne\ McNeill and Chip Stratakos from JamesvillerDeWLtt. and James Giacobbi from Christian Brothers Academy. The Citizens Fqundatisn, Inc. was the sponsor of the event, which was designed to provide insight into the free enterprise system. management techniques and leadership skills. Speakers at the program were members of the Syracuse busi­ ness community and memberaof the American Management c << p a* <0 CD Ut m B- «D 9 to c dents in the greater Syrac£§*^ Falun. Sweden north of Stoc- area were presented with trophies in 16 categories. She is the daughter of Joan and Gysbert Sandberg. Cahill Rd . Manlius. and plans to at­ tend the University of Pennsyl­ vania as an international man­ agement major In addition to her musical ac­ tivities, which include member­ ship in the FM orchestra and concert band. Miss Sandberg ir» proficient in eight languages, has raised a guiding eye.dog and iFn a member of the National Honnr <Znric4y Rh*> alsn wnrfe<t a library aide and is stage man­ ager for the Syracuse Symphony Youth Orchestra. Accepted At Dickinson Guy R. Kellogg. 304 Mott Rd, Fayetteville, has been accepted at Dickinson College inCarlisle. Penn. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. David S. Kellogg. kholm Upon her return, she will complete her senior year of high school with the goal of a career in aerospace engineering Manlius, plans to attend SUNY-CoblesWII. Miss Nicholson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Nichol­ son, 203 Byron Rd., Fayetteville, plans to attend St. Bonaventure University. The award is presented In recognition of votunteer service on behalf of the community, and recipients are selected by high school faculty members. Assn. stock in America. Introducing Specializing in . . . • Odorless Sculptured Natte & Tips • Manicures • Pedicures » Handcrafted Jewelry & Gifts Prompt Courteous Service by Nancy. Sylvia and Undo 104 Wesley St.-Manlius 682-6991 Mon-Sat 9-5 Thurs. 9-8 T Sizzling Stammer 11-14 Thurs.-Sun. Be There For The Hotest Bargains In Town! July * SALE ITEMS * COLOR ANALYSIS DEMONSTRATIONS - Thurs. & Frt. 2 p.m, Saturday, 11a.m. & 2p.m. Register to Win' Free Personal Color Analysis * FREEDANCE DEMONSTRATION - Thursday, 7 & 8 p.m * FREE TfcAIL USE - AEROBIC CYCLE & NAUTILUS ABDOMINAL MACHINE - Friday & Saturday. — Register to Win! 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