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Thomas ``Chip' Butler Jr. of Liberty received awards from the Academy for Operative Dentistry and the Pierre Fauchard Academy shortly before his graduation from the West Virginia School of Dentistry May 16.

He also received the American Student Dental Association Award of Excellence and the Dental Honorary Society's clinical Dental Sciences award, and he was recognized by the Southeastern Academy of Prosthodontics and Omicron Kappa Upsilon.Butler, the son of Dr. and Mrs. T.E. Butler of Liberty, received a doctor of dental surgery degree. He plans to work as an associate with his father in general dental practice in Liberty.

Internship with Coble

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Donald Davis of Greensboro, a rising sophomore at N.C. State, recently completed an internship in the Washington office of U.S. Rep. Howard Coble (R-N.C.)

Davis, a 1998 graduate of Page High, is the son of James and Beverly Davis.

Science Enrichment Program

Ursula Harper of Greensboro has completed the Science Enrichment Program at UNC-Chapel Hill.

Harper, a junior at Salem College in Winston-Salem, was among 21 undergraduate students who participated in the program for minority or educationally or economically disadvantaged students who plan to pursue health-science careers. The eight-week program is conducted by the N.C. Health Careers Access Program, which is based at UNC-Chapel Hill.

Students spent June and July strengthening their basic science knowledge through courses such on human anatomy, organic chemistry, physics, quantitative skills and biostatistics, reading comprehension and admission test preparation.

Students also took part in health-profession seminars and toured area health facilities.

For information about the program, write the N.C. Health Careers Access Program, UNC-CH, 301 Pittsboro St., Suite 351, Chapel Hill, N.C. 27599-8010; call (919) 966-2264; or visit the Web site at

Salem-Teikyo University

David Berryhill of Greensboro was honored as a Bond Scholar at Salem-Teikyo University in Salem, W.Va.

Bond Scholars have grade point averages of 3.5 to 3.89 for at least 24 credit hours.


Roger Williams University: Bonnie Rossi of Greensboro, juris doctor

Mary Baldwin College: Mary Baynes and Sarah Nelson of Greensboro.

Randolph Community College

Associate degrees

From Archdale: Tanya Hurley, Rita Lewis and Andrea Riddick.

From Climax: Karen Moore and Jason Waddell.

From Colfax: Brooke O'Brien.

From Greensboro: Giselle Mantura, Michael Pendleton, Jaime BerryAnn, Lauren Murdick, Gary Sparks, Carmen Biggers, Jeri Miles, Joey Richardson, Kristin Scheurer, Kimberly Walker and Kristen Thomas.

From High Point: Jamie Vestal and Patricia Washam.

From Jamestown: Wendy Gumpert.

From Kernersville: Wendy Sechrest.

From Liberty: Emily Gardner, Christy Johnson and Mark Lineberry.

From Trinity: Amy Crotts, Sharon Dye, James Blakenship, Carol Jollay and Brandi Brown.


From Archdale: Brooks Maynard.

From High Point: Deidra Elliott.


From Greensboro: Michael Bryant and Kimberly Dickerson.

From Liberty: Anna Pickard.

From Trinity: Joel Coe and Toney Summey.

Adult High School Diploma

From Archdale: Jack Coltrane and Dori McDonald.

From Greensboro: Brittany Lewis.

From High Point: Joshua Ferris, Patrick Johnson and David Mayberry.

From Kernersville: Kylie Leonard.

From Liberty: Elizabeth Norris and Stephen Pritchard.

From Pleasant Garden: Monique Croom.

From Trinity: Jason Anderson, Patrick Chipley, Cynthia Edwards, Mindy Kennedy, Michael Mosley, Kevin Nunn and Maricia Skeen.

GED Certificates

From Archdale: David Baird, Douglas Bartenfeld, Katie Billings, Patricia Byerly, Rita Cartrette, Elizabeth Cranford, Joseph Custer, Penny Custer, Susie Davis, Geraldine Etchison, Jennifer Grant, Anthony Hensley, Dara McMahan, Susan Morrison, Nuby Robinson, Brian Taylor, Shavone Todd, Robert Williams and Rachael Zito.

From Climax: William Grace Jr. and Jason Scott.

From Greensboro: Lucille Johnson and Kevin Phillips.

From High Point: Joshua King, Enoch McKinney, Kelly Nelson and Denise Warrick.

From Julian: Thomas Brown and Donna Collins.

From Liberty: Jody Kennedy, Stacey Letterlough, Christy Moore and Richard Stevens.

From Pleasant Garden: Brenda Hawks.

From Trinity: Dalena Blue, Sabrina Buie, Emily Collins, Lisa Gauze, Pamela Haywood, Bradley King, Joshua Lineback, Kelly Long, Andrena McDowell, Melissa Mote, Sunny Overby, Misty Owens, Isola Phillips, Jean Smith, Stephanie Todd, Angie Williams and Amanda Younger.

From Whitsett: Ronald Moore.

Dean's list

Mary Baldwin College: Sarah Nelson and Emily Stewart of Greensboro.

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