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Board of trustees to meet Tuesday

The board of trustees of Harford Community College will meet in open session at 6 p.m. Tuesday in the Chesapeake Center Board Room.

The public may address the board at a specified time. Anyone wishing to speak must complete a request form and return it to Marketing and Public Relations before the meeting.

Speakers are limited to three minutes, unless the presiding officer allows more time. Topics must relate to college concerns.

To request disability-related assistance, call 410-836-4402 or 410-836-4199 TTY, or e-mail

Information: 410-836-4408.

Student recognized for academic team

Harford Community College student Bryan Angelilli was recently awarded a certificate for representing the college as a member of the 2006 All-Maryland Academic Team.

He was nominated by HCC for the 2006 All-USA Academic Team for Community Colleges, a competition sponsored by USA Today, Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society and the American Association of Community Colleges.

Nominations for the team are based on academic performance and service to the college and community.

Angelilli also received HCC's Outstanding Student Leadership Award and gave the student address at the college's 48th annual commencement.

While attending Harford, he was treasurer of the Future Educators of America, a member of the Harford Community College History Club, a HCC Certified Leader, member of the Rho Beta Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, and recipient of the HCC Presidential Grant, Blair Memorial Scholarship and the Disability Support Service Appreciation Award.

HCC program wins award for farm survey

The Harford County Historic Preservation Committee recently presented a 2006 Preservation Project Award to Harford Community College's Building Preservation and Restoration Program for its Barn and Outbuilding Survey.

The survey addresses and supports the Farm Security Act of 2001, signed into law May 13, 2002, which contains the Historic Barn Preservation Program designed to preserve and restore America's unique and rapidly disappearing historical agricultural buildings.

The college project, which began in 2004, has grown to include more than 34 completed surveys and 100 windshield surveys. Program director Rhonda Deeg said HCC implemented a countywide Barn and Outbuilding Survey to record Harford County's dwindling agricultural rural properties.

Twenty-seven students, 4 student interns, volunteers and an instructor have photographed, measured, drawn and researched the county's historic structures.

Two lacrosse players on Mid-Atlantic team

Fallston High School juniors Erika Braerman and Jessica Dunn were chosen as members of the Mid-Atlantic National Lacrosse Team.

They competed in the National Tournament May 26, 27, and 28 at Lehigh University, in Bethlehem, Pa.

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