Heads Above The Crowd

Posted: April 04, 1993

The Rev. Ron Hamaday of Malvern Prep was honored last month at a mass after he announced he would be stepping down as director of the school's senior retreat program, "Malvernians Encounter Christ and Others."

Father Hamaday was director of the M.E.C.O. program for 11 years. The senior weekend retreat originally began in 1976 as a weekend designed for Catholic adults. When Father Hamaday took over as director, he redesigned the program, making it more teen-oriented. The program attempts to make participants more aware of how God works in their lives. Father Hamaday was honored at a mass held in the Our Mother of Good Counsel Chapel on Malvern's campus followed by a reception with alumni, students, faculty and staff at the close of his final M.E.C.O. weekend.

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Westtown School sophomore Brook L. Eaton, of West Chester, has been selected for the All-State Orchestra Festival, which will be held April 15-18 in Wilkes-Barre.

Eaton, one of four first violinists chosen through auditions, was picked

from a field of 32 who participated in the Region-State VI Festival. Students were selected for the Region-State VI Orchestra from musicians who successfully auditioned for seats in the District 11 & 12 Orchestra Festivals, made up of school districts in Chester, Delaware, Bucks, Montgomery and Philadelphia Counties.

The festivals are sponsored by the Pennsylvania Music Educators' Association and serve to challenge and honor young musicians in Pennsylvania's secondary schools.

Roz Abrahams of ReMax Action Associates in Exton has achieved ReMax International's 100% Club Status for 1992. The distinction places Abrahams in the top 20 percent of realtors in the ReMax southeastern region and means she has accomplished sales production more than twice the average of the National Association of Realtors for a full-time realtor in 1992. Abrahams is a resident of West Chester.

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