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70 FRIDAY, JANUARY 3- MONDAY, JANUARY 6, 2014 SCHOOL & EDUCATION cape eazette Cape cadets ring bell for Salvation Army For three days each week be- fore Christmas, Cape Henlopen Army Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps cadets assist- ed the Salvation Army with its Holiday Red Kettle fundrais- ing campaign at the Rehoboth Beach Walmart. The fundraising campaign entailed the efforts of 12 cadets under the leadership of Cadet Staff Sgt. Josh Steiner. Steiner led the Cape Henlopen effort last year that raised more than $3,000 during a similar three-week span and Steiner's goal was to exceed that amount. SUBMITTED PHOTOS CAPE HENLOPEN JROTC CADETS (I-r) Josh Betts, Alex Dominick and and Drew Stevens greet holiday shoppers at the Rehoboth Walmart. Sussex Academy completes Giving Tree project Students and staff at Sussex Aademy in Georgetown recent- ly completed their 14th Annual Giving Tree holiday service proj- ect. The Giving Tree was covered with leaves listing household items. Those who wanted to do- nate took leaves and purchased the items. The items were do- nated to adopted families in the hopes that money otherwise devoted to those needs could be used instead to provide a few wishes for the holidays. The adopted families consisted of members of the Sussex Acade- nfamily, either past or present, who were experiencing financial strain. This holiday program has brought unexpected joy for many families throughout the years. SUBMITTED PHOTO STUDENTS DISPLAY THEIR GIVING TREE LEAVES with donated items on shelves beside them. In back are (I-r) Max Kogler, Milton; Halley Sidibe, Mil- ton; and Alli Dayton, Seaford. In front are Jake Farrell, Georgetown; Kyle Beri- ni, Lewes; and Cami Smith, Lewes. Del Tech students donate to food bank for needy :Delaware Tech Owens Cam- pus students enrolled in the Adult Basic Education Program recently collected more than 250 canned and dry goods and do- nated them to the Food Bank of Delaware for the holidays. This program serves both ESL and GED preparation students. SUBMITTED PHOTO PICTURED ARE Martin Morales, ABE program aide, left, and Bridgette Wroten, ABE program manager. Manning the Sal- vation Army Red Kettle out- side the Rehoboth Walmart are Cape Henlopen JROTC Cadet Job Robert- son, left, and Ca- det Joshua Steiner. ATTENTION H.S. Seniors: The MDDC Press Foundation is looking for an outstanding senior staff member from a high school newspaper in Maryland, Delaware or D.C. Win a $1,500 CASH SCHOLARSHIP! Visit www.MDDCPress.eom for details. Application Deadline: January 31, 2o14 High School Journalist of the Year Let the Magic of Orthodontics begin for you this New Year! We wish you a Happy & Healthy 2014! Sussex Orthodontics Dr. Michael A. Poleck 1632 Savannah Rd., Suite 6 Lewes, DE Golf Only MEMBERSHIP Enjoy the Fantastic 18 hole Ed Ault Designed Championship Golf Course Golf Only Membership begins to be prorated based on month joined up to December 3I, 2013 NO initiation fees. minimums,