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March 28, 1990 | DANICA KIRKA
Sue Cleland hates to talk about herself. Yes, she'll talk about her volunteer activities, such as her work with the Boy Scout Explorer program in Orange County. Or how she represented the United States at the 1988 Olympic Games in Seoul as a goodwill ambassador. And she'll talk about the gold Congressional Award, the accomplishment she added to her list Tuesday. But ask Cleland, 22, about the obstacles she has had to overcome to help others, and she adroitly changes the subject.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 28, 1990 | DANICA KIRKA
Sue Cleland hates to talk about herself. Yes, she'll talk about her volunteer activities, such as her work with the Boy Scout Explorer program in Orange County. Or how she represented the United States at the 1988 Olympic Games in Seoul as a goodwill ambassador. And she'll talk about the gold Congressional Award, the accomplishment she added to her list Tuesday. But ask Cleland, 22, about the obstacles she has had to overcome to help others, and she adroitly changes the subject.
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OPINION
February 23, 1992
Will we ever forget the frightened face of 15-year-old Adam Bischoff as he was swept along in the raging Los Angeles River? Will we ever forgive the television stations for searing that face in our memory, but more important, in the memory of Adam's family and friends? The insensitivity of the television stations in repeatedly showing Adam's fight for life is appalling. Once more we have seen the victimizing of the victims. SUE CLELAND Irvine
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 11, 1988 | MARIANN HANSEN, Times Staff Writer
While other young Americans are pole-vaulting, running or swimming as part of the U.S. Olympic Team in Seoul next week, four Explorer Scouts from Orange County will be working behind the scenes as youth ambassadors. The four college students were whisked to Los Angeles International Airport in a limousine Saturday, headed for a two-day stop in Portland to join the 20 other young Americans who will go to Seoul for the International Olympic Youth Camp.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 26, 1988 | Herbert J. Vida
As a third-grader, Jill Angel would run three miles before school alongside her father. She has continued that athletic conditioning throughout her life and recently parlayed it into a victory in the women's division of the Toughest Cop Alive state competition. Angel has been with the California Highway Patrol for five years. Before that, she was a high school physical education teacher, and also coached soccer and softball at Fullerton College.
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