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Thorne, Quidort named students of the month SOUTHWEST--Mount Airy * Woodbine * Taylorsville * Winfield

THE BALTIMORE SUN

Seniors Jennifer Thorne and Aaron Quidort have recently been selected as students of the month at South Carroll High School. They were selected by a student recognition committee from nominations submitted by members of the faculty and staff.

Jennifer, the daughter of John and Jane Thorne of Mount Airy, is a recent recipient of the Girl Scout Gold Award. Her Gold Award project was to develop a plan to educate her community about German culture. Her Girl Scout activities have included being an aide to a U.S. senator, acting as an usher at a presidential inaugural ball and serving 150 hours of community service.

At South Carroll, Jennifer is a three-year member of the National Honor Society and the 12th-grade representative of the Key Club board of directors. She also is a member of the Band Front and an office aide. She was selected, too, for an honorable mention as a Maryland Distinguished Scholar. After graduation, she would like to pursue a career as an environmental engineer.

Aaron is the son of Vaughn and Kathleen Quidort of Sykesville and is a Maryland Distinguished Scholar. He was chosen as outstanding senior artist.

He has earned six varsity letters in cross country and track and is co-captain of the men's track team.

Aaron plans to attend the College of William and Mary, in Williamsburg, Va., in the fall.

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