DAR Honors Student Founder of Safe Conduct Council

The Daughters of the American Revolution of Laguna Beach selected Scott Kitcher as the DAR Good Citizen for 1985. Kitcher, of Emerald Bay, is the founder and president of the Safe Conduct Council, a student-operated service for drunk drivers. Recipients must exemplify the qualities of leadership, dependability, service and patriotism in school, home and community.

Art and Barbara Smith were awarded the Educare Award by Capistrano Unified School District's Board of Trustees for their continued dedication and support. The Smiths have been the primary source for maintaining the Booster Club Bingo fund-raising activity at Dana Hills High School since 1978. Together they have raised about $160,000 and have donated more than 5,700 hours of their time.

Lynn A. Davenport of Anaheim was one of 569 winners in the 1985 National Achievement Scholarship Program for Outstanding Negro Students. The program, conducted by National Merit Scholarship Corp., was established in 1964. Davenport, a senior at Katella High School, was awarded the California Physicians Achievement Scholarship and hopes to pursue a career in the field of medicine. The fund is supported in part by the California Medical Education and Research Foundation, a nonprofit corporation of the California Medical Assn.

Golden West College has named Fay L. Hendry public relations director. She is responsible for the coordination of publicity for college programs. Previously Hendry worked as executive director of the R.E. Olds Museum in Lansing, Mich. She is a magna cum laude graduate of Michigan State University and holds a master's degree in Art History.

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