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Charles T. Oddleifson of Morse High School is among 560 national semifinalists in the running to be named a U.S. Presidential Scholar.
Two students are selected from each state by the Commission on Presidential Scholars. Recipients will be invited to Washington, D.C. for several days this summer to receive the U.S. Presidential Scholars medallion at a recognition ceremony and to participate in various activities and events held in their honor.
BRUNSWICK — The planning committee for the Brunswick High School Class of 1971 is planning its 40th reunion this summer.
Reunion events include a cash bar cocktail party at the Captain Daniel Stone Inn on Friday, July 22, for $10 per person. A dinner-dance will be held at the Taste of Maine Restaurant in Woolwich on Saturday, July 23, for $60 per person.
For more information or to register for events, please contact Michael Baribeau, c/o Century 21 Baribeau Agency, 51 Pleasant St., Brunswick, ME 04011, 729-3333, firstname.lastname@example.org; Sharon (Hinckley) Costedio, 19 Golfview Road, Rotonda West, FL 33947, (941) 662-0432, email@example.com; or Roxanne (Smith) Jones, P.O. Box 124, Harpswell, ME 04079, 729-6209, Roxanne@hurleycomm.com.
Five local high school students were selected to receive the Daughters of the American Revolution Good Citizen Award by the Topsham-Brunswick chapter of DAR. The students were presented the award at a recent reception in their honor at Thornton Oaks in Brunswick. Pictured here, from left, are Nancy Randall Clark, Charles Oddleifson of Morse High School, Benjamin Nickerson of Yarmouth High School, Brittany Cost of Brunswick High School, David Thomas of Mt. Ararat High School and Allyson Fuerhrer of Freeport High School. The Topsham-Brunswick chapter named Nickerson Good Citizen of the Year.