In the Spotlight
February 1995

“In the Spotlight,” Ensign, Feb. 1995, 70

In the Spotlight

  • Recognized as one of the top memorial designers in the U.S., Jeffrey L. Anderson, bishop of the Austin Ward, Rochester Minnesota Stake, has been named president of the Monument Builders of North America.

  • A Latter-day Saint has been inducted into the International Horseshoeing Hall of Fame. Dennis C. Manning, second counselor in the Myton Second Ward, Roosevelt Utah Stake, was the world champion horseshoer at the 1985 Calgary Stampede.

  • In Syracuse, Italy, Giovanna Marino has been elected vice president of the Syracuse Women’s Town Council. A member of the Syracuse Branch, Sister Marino is a journalist and historian.

  • J. Wesley McKnight, a Scoutmaster in the Heritage Ward, Salt Lake Granger South Stake, has been elected international president of Delta Nu Alpha Transportation Education Association, the largest organization of its kind.

  • Shen Hua “Sheena” Song, a junior at BYU—Hawaii and member of the BYU—Hawaii Eighth Ward, BYU—Hawaii First Stake, won the Best of Balance award for volleyball from the National Association for Intercollegiate Athletics. The award is presented annually to an individual who exhibits excellence in academics as well as athletics.

  • The National Library of Poetry presented an Editor’s Chair Award to Elsie J. Staska, a member of the Fishers Landing Ward, Vancouver Washington Stake.