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The annual AAUW Harford Resnik luncheon once again honored outstanding high school girls for their achievements in science and math. They and their families were guests of the branch at the lovely luncheon. Each girl’s activities and dreams were described in detail before she came up to pick up a packet of proclamations and certificates from the American Association of University Women Harford Branch, the County Executive, Barry Glassman and many other governmental officials validating her successes.
The girls honored, who are pictured below, include Jordan Althoff, Harford Technical High School; Allison Frick, Havre de Grace High School; Kacey LeBrun, Joppatown High School; Brooke Rickey, North Harford High School; Catherine Lewis, Patterson Mill High School; Natalie Majerik, John Carroll High School; Adelina Minter, Aberdeen High School; Emmy Smith, Science and Math Academy; Jenna Signorelli, Bel Air High School; Lydia Thompson, C Milton Wright High School; Naomi Karmel, Edgewood High School; Julianna Stevens, Fallston High School.
The speaker, Dr. Jennie Hart, pictured below second to right is second row, is daughter of AAUW member Eva Hart and her husband Bill. Dr. Hart gave a vivid, interesting, and sometimes moving description of her progress to her career and the reason for her choice to be a pediatric oncologist. Every one felt the joy she described as she read a thank you presented as a painting with words from one of her young patients.
Maryland, My Maryland Food Fight 2017
There is always so much excitement in the air at Food Fight! Watch four local chefs open their box of secret ingredients and prepare an appetizer and main course in just 60 minutes. To be held again at the lovely Vandiver Inn in Havre de Grace on Monday, May 15 at 6:30 PM, the very popular Judges’ tickets (limited to just 36) are on sale NOW! In keeping with the theme, folks are invited to dress in a Preakness type hat for the affair, if hats are your thing!
Scheduled to compete are: Chef Bryan Bossel of One Eleven Main, Chef Travis Szerensits of Uncle’s Hawaiian Grindz, Chef Jacob Nelson of Black Eyed Suzie’s and Chef Stephen Seth of Silks Restaurant at Bulle Rock.
We are pleased to announce that Amrein Foods will sponsor the pantry. Aimee O’Neill of O’Neill Enterprises is a Gold Sponsor and Shaffer, McLauchlin & Stover, LLC have come on as an early Silver Sponsor.
Judges’ tickets are $50 and Spectators’ tickets (unlimited number available) are $10. The Vandiver will also have food and drinks available for purchase.
All money will be donated for scholarships for women. Go to firstname.lastname@example.org to purchase tickets.
Join AAUW Harford, many friends, guests, and chefs to select the best Food Fight chef for 2017.
AAUW will celebrate “Women’s History Month” and the African-American History of Harford County at their monthly meeting on Monday, March 20 at 7:00 PM. The meeting will be held in Room 204 of Fallston Hall on the HCC campus. The presenters, Terry Roxann Redd-Wallace and Margaret Ferguson, will speak about their weekly on-line pamphlet “Bringing Communities Together by Sharing History” which records the lives of local residents of color. The authors, copy editors and reviewers have been putting this pamphlet out for a year. Those wishing to join the ever-increasing list of subscribers may do so at email@example.com.
Jill Walters, daughter of esteemed member Sharon Walters, presented a compelling description of her work with drug-addicted pregnant women serving prison terms. She described human and helpful program she directs in Delaware.