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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, January 3 - January 9, 1997.29 SCHOOL & EI00,UCATION Rosanne Pack photos Taking a breather before the half-time rush at the Slam Dunk concession stand are Cape Music Booster members, from left standing, Zena Tunnell, Tara Arensberg, Orville Mills, Jill Steele, Stephanie Harpster, Dustin Burns, Aretha Tunnell, Michael Williamson, Randy Redard, Sarah Arensberg, Gloria Mills and Eric Mills; kneeling, Tyon Christopher. Cape High School booster clubs score big at Slam Dunk to the Beach By Rosanne Pack It's not just the players who rack up the points at Slam Dunk to the Beach; Cape Henlopen High School clubs are on the score board with fundraisers for their organizations. The Cape Music Boosters kept the register ringing as they hawked hot dogs, popcorn, nachos, candy, sodas and other treats. The Cape Basketball Boost- ers took advantage of a natural as they set up a hoop shoot game for players to compete or go solo. Working three- and four-hour shifts during the four-day basket- ball marathon, students and parent volunteers came in early and stayed late to give the crowds snacks and entertainment. For the Basketball Boosters, their game is an obvious fundraiser and the club had its place in the action guaran- teed. However, the Music Boost- ers had to wait in line to get the concession that now fills a large portion of the high school lobby. Another non-profit was originally in the slot, but the Boosters made it known that they wanted in on the action. Booster advisor Ronald Kahn felt it is important to have concessions that keep the income in the area. "Last year, we asked Bobby Jacohs (Slam Dunk execu- tive director) if we could have a concession," Kahn said. "He promised us the first opening, and when a concessionaire dropped out, we jumped on it!" Approximately 250 students and parents staff the food and drink stand over the course of Slam Dunk to the Beach. The size and involvement of the organization makes it a likely one to take on the large concession. In the course of a year, volunteers log 11,000 hours in Music Booster projects. At the Slam Dunk concession, while one volunteer dresses a hot dog, another draws a soda for a customer and someone else driz- zles cheese over nacho chips for another customer. Parent volun- teers work side-by-side with the students, preparing sodas, bagging popcorn and making change. Kahn said the Music Boosters benefits all music programs at Cape Henlopen High School, including choir, jazz band, flags and band front and marching band. One of the major projects this year is sending the band to the Toronto Music Festival in Canada. The group has traveled to Walt Disney World and other states for festivals, parades and competi- tions. This year's trip has them playing at a Toronto Blue Jays' baseball game as well as partici- pating in the festival. Kahn said it will cost $350 per student, and they need all the funds that they can raise. In addi- tion to helping fund trips, the Music Boosters raises money for scholarships. The Basketball Boosters also uses money raised with fundrais- ers to help pay for team trips for both boys' and girls' teams. While most of the boys were occupied with playing in the tour- nament this weekend, the girls ran the Hoop Shoot game. When the need arose, they helped young- sters aim and shoot. When it was obvious that the shooter neither needed or wanted pointers, they took the money and stood back. Cape School District menus Moving into action, Music Boosters, from left, Dustin Burns, Tara Arensberg, Eric Mills and Michael Williamson prepare to serve customers at Slam Dunk to the Beach. The concession stand is a major fundraiser for the organization. Six-year-old Isaac Fairley of Lewes gets some hoop shoot- ing pointers from Cape Bas- ketball Booster members Vicky Hazzard, left, and Ada Hazzard. The hoop shoot dur- ing Slam Dunk to the Beach is the boosters' biggest fundraiser of the year. Cape District Honor Rolls for fall semester The following students have achieved the First Honor Roll at Cape Henlopen High School. To make the first honor roll a student must maintain a scholastic aver- age of 93 with no grade below an 85. An asterisk indicates a mem- ber of the Honor Society. Grade 12 Abby Alderman, Ashley Ander- son*, Katherine Bandekow*, Angela Bell, Jennifer Best*, Kristy Best*, Lauren Burk*, Mari- an Campo*, Kay Cofranceso*, Angie Davis*, Shirese Dunning, Beth Eisenhour, Robert Farren, Heather Gibson*, Jermaine Grif- fin, Zoe Groft, Wendy Herbert*, Meghan Jefferson*, Lesley Kroon*, Abram Lambertson*, Lisa Leuntz, Carrie Lingo*, George Lynch*, Karlin Maull*, Cheryl McDaniel*, Dawn Med- ing*, Karen Miller, Ben Oakes, Robert Payton, III, Wesley Piper, Jennifer Reihm*, Allison Rhue*, Desandra Satchell, Christina Schwartz, Elizabeth Starr*, Heather Stevenson*, Richard Stokes*, Kimberly Stratton, Sher- ry Swartzel*, Tonia Virginski, Stephanie Warrington, Sara Wolak*, Nathan Zimmerman. Grade 11 Tara Arensberg*, Sarah Baisch, Shelly Beauchamp*, Dawn Cin- tavey*, Dierdre Clem, Paige Dein- er, Daniel Foery*, Alison Gaffney*, Christopher Goering, Amanda Hadder, Crystal Hast- ings*, Daniel Heacock*, Frank Hitchens*, Alicia Hollenbeck, Marco Kaye*, Michelle Man- ship*, Laura Masarik, Sarah McCarron*, Kelly Meding*, Brad Neske, Toan Nguyen, Sarah Pis- cane, Tara Pride*, Amy Rear- don*, Mark Redden*, Bryan Reed, Kristine Vavala*, Erica Waples*, Jaclyn Warrington, Gary Wells, Matthew Wilcox. Grade 10 Christina Abramowicz, Dimple Aildasani, Carleigh Bell, Emily Bishoff, Sigita Cahoon, Edward Chalabala, Christina Conlon, Eric Croce, Ryan Dey, Casey Ewart, Holly Gordon, Brian Keuski, Lindsay King, Richard Kroon, Carrie Litke, John Lynch, Tara McCredie, Marguerite McDonald, Maureen McFee, Melody Mcll- vain, Katie Owens, Lawrence Schultz, Maggie Stevenson, Ben- jamin Tang, Brett Williams, Michael Wright. Grade 9 Andrew Best, Douglas Brown, Ronald Bull, Patricia Capiro, Robert Croce, Nicholas DelCam- po III, Elizabeth Devilbiss, Stafanie Doyle, Carol Dulin, Justin Fehrenbach, Allison Fissel, D'anna Fluharty, Kristen Foery, Avni Gohel, Jessica Hart, Zina Hense, Jessica Hertzog, Jennifer Hicks, Kanchan Kurani, Mark Moore, Julie Pareghian, Jamie Pratt, David Redard, Edward Savarese, Matthew Savini, Briant Sentman, Lucy Short, Jessica Witherspoon, Robert Wolfgang. The following students have attained the Second Honor Roll, with an academic average of 85 and no grade below 75: Grade 12 Crystal Alexander, Lori Appel, Joseph Arsenault, Angela Artson, David Barlow, Tamara Barnes, Erie Beamon, Luke Benson, Lisa Bevilacqua, Matthew Brennan, Judith Brittingham, Stephen Bunting II, Laurence Burke, Angela Cahill*, Keith Carlton, Tyon Christopher, Robert Cleve- land, Brian Cosgrove, John Cun- ningham, Jillian Daisey, Kathryn DelCampo, Tracey Duffy, John Duffy, Jr., Scott Friedenreich, Jason Fruchtman, Jeremiah Fruchtman, Lee Gardoski, Richard Garey, Billy Gibbons, Matthew Gibson, Kelly Glenn, Robert God- win, Jessica Hamilton, Yeneesei Heras, Levitticus Hinton, Nicholas Imperial, Jeanette Johnson, Natasha Jones*, Isiah Justice, III, Seth Kahn, Robert Leggins, Jr., Jeremy Maull, Janell McCarthy, Erin McClure, Scott McNemar, William Messick, Keith Metcalf, Whitney Millman, Kimberly Mitchell, Erica Moulinier, Garrett Murawski, Charles Parker IV, Jesse Passwaters, Jennifer Peer, Lazarus Perry, Daniel Rasa, Car- los Raymond, Julie Savini, Ryan Short, Micah Sklut, Michael Tigue, Karen Vogel, Timothy Wall, Summer West, Maggie Widdoes, Brendon Williamson. Grade 11. Kathleen Allen, Jaime Ander- son, Jennifer Austin, Elizabeth Baker, Ronson Burton, Sarah Bur- ton*, Shawn Campbell, Chia-chun Cheng*, Susan Clark*, Michael Cunningham, Shaye Dentine, James Derrick, Beonica Duffy, Tara Dunsmore, Lee Fitzgerald, Continued on page 29 Cape District menus were not available for the week of Jan. 6-10. The menus will return next week.