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GARRISON TO REPRESENT EDEN BPW IN YOUNG CAREERIST COMPETITION
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GARRISON TO REPRESENT EDEN BPW IN YOUNG CAREERIST COMPETITION

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Dorothy E. Garrison of Charlotte has been chosen as the 1990 Eden Business and Professional Women's Young Careerist.

She will represent the Eden organization at the District V competition to be held April 21 in Eden. Garrison will face candidates from Burlington, Greensboro and Siler City for the district title.Garrison, an Autotrust customer service representative for SunGard Trust Systems, is a graduate of Villanova University in Pennsylvania where she received a bachelor of science degree in accounting. Her career has taken her from Pennsylvania to Chicago, Eden and Charlotte. She now splits her time between the cities of Eden and Charlotte.

Garrison competed for the Eden BPW Young Careerist title against three other candidates: Wendy Sexton Covington of Martinsville, Va., manager of forecast and analysis for Fieldcrest Cannon Inc.; Tina L. Price of Eden, general accounting manager for Morehead Memorial Hospital; and Karen Roland Wrangham of Eden, payroll accountant for Fieldcrest Cannon Inc.

The Young Careerist program recognizes the accomplishments of successful young career women while introducing them to the ideals and standards of the National Federation of BPW of the United States of America. The Young Careerist program is open to any working woman between the ages of 21 and 35 who works or lives in Rockingham County.

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