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Christiane Hammond, Carolyn K. Phipps and Sarah R. Shelor received the Girl Scout Gold Award, the highest award in Girl Scouting, during a recent ceremony at the First Presbyterian Church.

The Girl Scouts are members of Troop 589, led by Becky Shelor. All three are seniors at Page High School.Hammond is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gene R. Hammond of Lafayette Avenue. She is treasurer of the Jr. Civitans and is a member of the swim and track teams, the Latin Committee, the Bone Marrow Committee, Students Against Drunk Driving. A member of St. Francis Episcopal Church, she participates in the church's Young Life program.

For her final Gold Award project, Hammond helped plan and implement the St. Francis confirmation class retreat. She has served her troop as patrol leader and assistant patrol leader. She has been a Girl Scout for 8 years and has earned 37 badges and the Girl Scout Silver Award.

Phipps is the daughter of Roy and Betty K. Phipps of Woodland Drive. She is a member of First Presbyterian Church and participates in the choir and youth fellowship. A copy editor for the school newspaper, ``Pages By Page,' she is also a member of the Page tennis and track teams, the O. Henry Jr. Service Club, the French club, Student / School Board Action Group.

She is a National Merit Scholarship finalist, is named in the Who's Who Among Greensboro Youth, attended 1989 Governor's School West, and earned the PTA's award for the highest grade point average for the first five semesters of high school.

To complete her Gold Award requirements, Hammond researched the general history of music, rhythm and instrumentation and used it to develop a musical program for underprivileged children. With the aid of clarinetist Jennifer Hooker, Hammond (playing her flute) presented a program of music to the children. A troop patrol leader, she has been a Girl Scout for 11 years and has earned 35 badges.

Shelor is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Paul D. Shelor of Huntington Road. A member of First Presbyterian Church, she participates in the Young Life and sports program. She is a member of the Page Junior Classical League, the Art Club, Art Honor Society, Chemistry Club and the Association of Political Science. She was nominated for Governor's School and was a delegate for the model United Nations.

To complete her Gold Award requirements, Shelor developed a plan to direct the flow of traffic out of a residential neighborhood and school district in Irving Park. She has served her troop as a patrol leader and assistant patrol leader. Shelor has been a Scout for 10 years and has earned 50 badges.

Two earn Eagles John Kenney Nall, 13, son of Danny and Jean Nall, 1311 Lexington Ave., will receive an Eagle Scout Award during the 11 a.m. worship service at Glenwood United Methodist Church April 22.

Nall is a member of Boy Scout Troop 326, sponsored by Glenwood United Methodist Church. He is an eighth-grader at Jackson Middle School.

He has served as an assistant patrol leader, patrol leader, assistant senior patrol leader, senior patrol leader, troop librarian and chaplain's aid. His Boy Scout awards include the God and Family Award and the God and Church Awards. He attended the 1989 National Jamboree and has received the World Conservation badge.

Stephen Russell Cobb Jr., 15, will receive his Eagle award at a Court of Honor at 6:30 p.m. May 21 at First Presbyterian Church.

Cobb, the son of Dr. and Mrs. Stephen R. Cobb of 303 Sunset Drive, is a freshman at Page High School.

He is a member of Troop 216, sponsored by Irving Park PTA. Cobb is a member of Leadership Corps and has served as patrol leader.

For his Eagle project, Cobb constructed three horse hitching posts and a watering trough for Tannenbaum Park.


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