The National Association of Watch and Clock Collectors named Betty Pearson of Walla Walla as a fellow of the National Association of Watch and Clock Collectors at a regional meeting of the Pacific Northwest chapters in Spokane.
The award recognizes her services at the national, regional and local levels of the NAWCC, sister Mary Drummond said.
Betty is one of only 400 Fellows in the association, which has an international membership of 20,000.
She has been associated with the NAWCC since 1973, serving on a national committee and researching historical clock makers' records.
She was membership chairwoman for a national convention in Portland, and co-chair for the regional convention in Spokane.
Her dedication and enthusiasm for the collectors' group fits in well with another hobby-travel.
She and her husband returned recentlyfrom the NAWCC national meeting in York, Pennsylvania.
For information on the NAWCC, call Larry Pearson at 509-529-8869.
Oregon State University in Corvallis listed several area students on its scholastic honor roll spring term have been announced by Oregon State University. Six-hundred three students earned straight-As and another 2,757 earned a B-plus/3.5 or better gpa to make the listing.
To be on the honor roll, students must carry at least 12 graded hours of course work.
Athena: 3.5 or better: Riley J. Allen, senior, business administration.
Dayton 3.5 or better: Amanda M. Peters, junior, psychology.
Milton-Freewater: straight-A average, Jordan N. Baker, junior, general science; 3.5 or better, Justin S. Hair, sophomore, general science; Joshua M. Paine, senior, radiation health physics.
Weston: 3.5 or better: Celie L. Faircloth, senior, human development and family science.
Walla Walla: straight-A average: Sheila J. Thurber, junior, biology; 3.5 or better: Karlee A. Strickland, senior, liberal studies; and Christy L. Turner, senior, applied visual arts.
Bart Wuest with Blazing Guitars boiled down a recent glimpse out a window into its haiku essence: golding wheat/still tinged with green/ harvest watching.
Walla Wallans Ryan P. Hawkins and Kayla M. Watson made the spring semester dean's list at Gonzaga University. They are among 784 students who earned at least a 3.5 to 3.69 GPA to be listed.
One of 28 Jesuit colleges and universities in the U.S., Gonzaga has a student enrollment of approximately 7,600 and offers 14 undergraduate degrees in 53 majors, 19 master's programs, a Ph.D. program in leadership studies and a juris doctorate.
through the School of Law.
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