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Local students perform with chamber orchestra

Accomplished high school musicians from the Baltimore area will perform with the Baltimore Chamber Orchestra on Wednesday, Feb. 27, at Goucher College in Towson.

The performance at 8 p.m. in Kraushaar Auditorium is a chance for members of the student All State Orchestra to perform on stage with professional musicians with the Baltimore Chamber Orchestra based in Timonium.

Scheduled to play are students from Towson and Dulaney high schools, Friends School and The Baltimore School for the Arts.

General admission tickets are $24. Students and seniors 60 years and older are $19 and children 18 and under are $8.

For tickets, call the Baltimore Chamber Orchestra at 410-308-0402.

University students are Golden Key inductees

The following Johns Hopkins University students have been inducted into the Golden Key International Honor Society at The Johns Hopkins University. Golden Key recognizes the top 15 percent of juniors and seniors at select universities worldwide.

>Timothy Lee Allgire of Baldwin, son of Robert and Anne Allgire. Allgire attended Dulaney High School. Majoring in business and management, he will graduate in May 2004.

>Mark William Hodgins of Phoenix, son of Tom and Cheryl Hodgins. Hodgins attended Dulaney High School. Majoring in general engineering, he will graduate in May 2003.

>Samar Rula Malek of Cockeysville, daughter of Leyla and Shawki Malek. Malek attended Dulaney High School. Majoring in general engineering, she will graduate in May, 2002.

Collegiate honors

>Adam Trent Melchor, son of Dennis and Stephanie Melchor of Baldwin, has been named to the President's List for the fall semester at Elon University in Elon, N.C.

>Emily Beckstrom has been named to the Distinguished Dean's List of Outstanding Students, as one of the few students acquiring a 4.0 grade point average for the fall semester at the University of Maryland College of Behavioral and Social Sciences. Beckstrom, the daughter of Jim and Ellen Beckstrom and a 2000 graduate of Notre Dame Preparatory School, is pursuing a double major in math and economics.

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