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Magazine Recognizes Ewu For Quality Education

Tue., Oct. 24, 1995, midnight

Eastern Washington University has been acknowledged by “Money Magazine” for providing a quality education at a reasonable cost.

The publication’s 1996 edition of Money Guide: Your Best College Buys Now ranks EWU as 15th among the colleges and universities in the Western states in the category, Best Buys in Your Area.

Schools are identified as those which deliver the highest-quality education for the tuition and fees they charge.

Other universities included on the same list with Eastern are Stanford Santa Clara, Washington State and the University of Washington.

Robert Douthitt, a principal in the offices of Lukins & Annis, P.S., was recently named co-chairman of the University of Washington Law and Business Forum.

Douthitt is the outgoing chairman of the Washington State Bar Association Business Law Section.

He is a business specialist focusing on mergers and acquisitions, tax work for individuals and businesses and estate planning and transactions.

Claudia Kehoe, a Spokane Realtor, was installed as the 1996 vice president of information systems during the Washington Association of Realtors Fall Assembly.

Kehoe, an associate broker with Tomlinson Black, South, will be responsible for committee operations relating to the information and communications area of the state’s largest trade association.

James Carollo, a Spokane Realtor, was presented the Realtors’ EDDY Award by the Washington Association of Realtors; he was also installed as vice president of committee liaison during the recent fall assembly. His responsibilities will include providing assistance in the development and implementation of the W.A.R. Strategic Plan and enhancing communication among association leadership.

Mary Ann Wilson, a registered nurse and producer and host of Public Television’s gentle exercise program “Sit and Be Fit,” was awarded Specialty Recognition in Older Adult Fitness by the American Council on Exercise.

The following Gonzaga Preparatory School students have been named Scholars by the Advanced Placement Program, placing them in the top 12 percent of 504,000 students who took the AP Examinations last May.

The students are: Vanessa Erickson, Meredith Giesa, Erryn Leinbaugh, Mary-Frances Longshore, Andrew Maixner, Claudia Rubio, Paul Tedesco, Mimi Tran and Amber Waldref.

Sarah Stucky qualified as a Scholar with Honors, indicating she earned grades of 3 or more, out of a top score of 5, on four or more AP exams.

Barry Sams, Spokane, will attend the National Young Leaders Conference in Washington, D.C.

The conference is a unique leadership development program for high school students who have demonstrated leadership potential and scholastic merit. Sams is a junior at East Valley High School.

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To tell us about your achievements and good deeds, write to Achievements, The Spokesman-Review, P.O. Box 2160, Spokane, WA 99210, or 608 Northwest Blvd., Suite 200, Coeur d’Alene, ID 83814.



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