Glen Burnie High School will add eight inductees to its Wall of Honor in October. The wall showcases the accomplishments of alumni to inspire current students. This year’s inductees are:Jacqueline Boone Allsup is a 1966 graduate. She earned Associate’s and Bachelor’s degrees in nursing, and later a Master of Science in nursing administration. Allsup worked in the nursing field for more than 30 years. . Allsup has served as vice president and president of the Anne Arundel County Branch of the NAACP.
Glen Burnie resident Mildred “Millie” Seth will celebrate her 100th birthday on Sept. 21. Seth was honored Sept. 6 at a Senior Fellowship luncheon at St. John Lutheran Church, where she is a long-time member. After the luncheon, guests enjoyed cupcakes made by Seth’s great-granddaughters as well as ice cream. Seth said it’s just a number. She is very proud she takes only five medications and doesn’t wear glasses or a hearing aid. Seth’s family members said she was the quintessential homemaker.
Glen Burnie High School junior Hunter Skinner was named Eagle Scout on May 9. Hunter has held the positions of quartermaster, scribe, patrol leader and senior patrol leader. He earned the Arrow of Light award in 2012 and has earned 32 merit badges. Hunter is a Brotherhood member of the Order of the Arrow, is part of the ceremony team and is a certified archery assistant. He spends one week per summer teaching Cub Scouts archery at the Four Rivers day camp in Crownsville.
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Selecting a term
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Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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Hashtags (e.g. #sxsw, #london2012)
Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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