Notables, April 2

March 31, 2014 

• Reid Wilson, PhD, of Chapel Hill, was recently presented the Jerilyn Ross Clinician Advocate award. The award is the highest award given in the field of anxiety disorders. Reid has worked since he was 16 to better the lives of those experiencing such disorders. His contributions include serving as chair of ADAA’s National Conference on Anxiety Disorders in 1988, 1990 and 1991, and creating www.Anxieties.com, the largest free self-help site for anxiety on the Internet.

• Lucas Middle School recently won The Quill statewide writing competition with 87.3 points. In The Quill, teams of middle school students create on-demand compositions of varying styles. The team consisted of Hanna Fogel, Mary Margaret Johnson and Miranda Straubel.

•  Carrington Middle School recently won first place in its region in the middle school division of the William Pearce University N.C. Show Choir Competition. Carrington will advance to the state finals April 5 in Winston-Salem.

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