Photographer Burroughs honored
A South County resident and former Associated Press photographer has won the Kodak-White House News Photographers' Association Achievement Award.
Henry "Hank" Burroughs was a Washington Post and AP photographer for 40 years, covering the Nuremburg trials, the Berlin Airlift and the White House. He documented the terms of seven presidents, from Franklin D. Roosevelt to Gerald R. Ford.
Now retired, Mr. Burroughs lives with his wife, Peg, on the West River where he sails, plays tennis and lectures at camera clubs and colleges.
His photographs have been on display in recent years at the Press Club in Washington and at Quiet Waters Park in Annapolis.
Fors named director of YWCA development
Deborah Fliss Fors has been appointed director of financial development for the YWCA of Annapolis and Anne Arundel County.
Her responsibilities are expanding fund-raising, membership and special event efforts for the human services organization and supervising the final phase of the YWCA's Capital Campaign.
Previously, Ms. Fors was capital campaign director for the Greater Minneapolis Girl Scout Council in Minneapolis and centennial campaign manager for the Village Family Service Center in Fargo, N.D.
* Annapolis: Vandals spray-painted obscenities on the sidewalk in front of and the outside walls of Annapolis Senior High School Friday morning. Police have made no arrests.