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Reisterstown resident Marvin W. Barrash, author of the book, "U.S.S. Cyclops," about the disappearance of the fuel ship, the U.S.S. Cyclops in the area that is known as the Bermuda Triangle during World War I, was filmed July 24 as an expert on the subject for a National Geographic documentary.

Margaret Kazmierski, of Perry Hall, a spinal cord injury coordinator and a social worker, and Lisa M. Mitchell, of Owings Mills, a nurse case manager, both working in the Multiple Sclerosis Center of Excellence – East at the VA Maryland Health Care System, have won the 2012 Education Poster Award from The Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers at its annual meeting in San Diego. The pair won in the Patient and Family Education category for their poster about nursing and social work collaborations as a way to pioneer patient-centered cared for Veterans with MS.

 

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