Jamie Sullins, Place 5, and John Hibbs, Place 4, have reapplied for their Arlington school board seats in the May 11 election, and so far the school trustees have no challengers.March 1 is the deadline for filing to run in the election.If no one challenges Sullins or Hibbs, the election could be called off and dropped from the May 11 ballot.Prospective candidates may apply at the school administration building, 1203 W. Pioneer Parkway, from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.UTA ceremonyOn Sunday, the 110th Maverick Battalion and the Cadet Corps Alumni Council will hold the 33rd Military Science Hall of Honor from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the E.H. Hereford University Student Center.The inductees into the 2013 Hall of Honor are Al Ellis and retired Col. Archie P. Davis III.Military Science has been an important part of UTA (and it’s previous names) since the university’s inception over 100 years ago. For over a quarter of a century, UTA’s Military Science Department and the Cadet Corps Alumni Council have held an annual Hall of Honor (HOH) induction ceremony. HOH members are selected from nominations by any number of sources, and a selection committee narrows the nominations down to two or three.The criteria for selection consist of military and civilian accomplishments, community service, and loyalty and involvement with the university.Included in the HOH are Arlington’s only Medal of Honor recipient, over 20 generals, an astronaut, an Olympic Gold Medal winner, a United States Ambassador, two former presidents of the university and successful business and civic leaders.This year’s Hall of Honor will also feature a display from February 17th to March 11th in Room 106 of the University Center. The display will feature a video about UTA’s military history and information about some members of the Hall of Honor as well as some military items.The Cadet Corps Alumni Council consists of members with two or more semesters in the UTA Cadet Corps, former cadre from the UTA Military Science Department, spouses of eligible UTA Cadet Corps members and former sweethearts of any elements of the Cadet Corps. Additional information is available on its website: www.cadetcorps.orgBurgin to be honoredDallas Baptist University will honor Tillie Burgin of Arlington during the seventh annual Tom Landry Leadership AwardDinner on Saturday, April 27, 2013. The dinner will be held at 6:00 p.m. on the DBU campus.Burgin is the founder and executive director of Mission Arlington, a non-profit organization that provides essentials for less fortunate members of the Arlington community through a Christian atmosphere.The honorary chair for the dinner is Alicia Landry, wife of former Dallas Cowboys coach, the late Tom Landry. Dr. Denny Dowd, DBU vice president for graduate and corporate affairs and senior associate provost, is serving as dinner chair.For more information on the dinner or to purchase tickets, please contact Dr. Adam Wright, DBU vice president for advancement, by phone at 214-333-5597, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.