Bailey White Jewelers Awards Hawk Athletes
PRINCESS ANNE, MD – Christopher Craig Havrilla of Frederick, a recent graduate of the University of Maryland Eastern Shore, is a recipient of the 2007 Bailey White Jewelers Sportsmanship Award.
The Honorable Frank and Mrs. Melissa White are loyal friends of the university and have gifted its administration, faculty and students with their time, talent and assets. The Bailey White Jewelers Sportsmanship Award was established in 2005 for the purpose of recognizing and rewarding sportsmanlike behavior in Hawk athletes on and off the playing field.
“We are part of the community, we have a business in Princess Anne and we are a neighbor to UMES,” said Princess Anne Town Commissioner White. “We want to always support the university, which is a big part of the community, and we encourage other businesses to take part in advancing the student’s education. They will get to meet great people when they become involved.”
Havrilla is a 2003 graduate of Frederick High School. At UMES, he successfully matriculated through the UMES/UMB (University of Maryland, Baltimore) Honors Program, graduating summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Science degree in biology education. He is known and was recognized for having shown devotion on the track as well as in his academics.
Suzanne Waters Street, director, UMES Office of Public Relations, 410-621-2355,firstname.lastname@example.org
Photo Caption: (LtoR) Melissa White; Frank White, president, Princess Anne Town Commissioners; Christopher Havrilla, award recipient; Keith Davidson, athletic director, UMES.