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36 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, January 17 - January 23, 1997 1-,-,, ytech Adult: .... Classes are now forming at Polytech Adult Education for those interested in race cars, street rods, restoring classic cars and home-built aircraft. Rosanne Pack photo Milton Middle School student Elizabeth Redden doesn't have to wonder where in the world as she prepares for the next step in the National Geographic Geography Bee. She is the Bee winner for her school. Redden wins Milton Middle Geographic Geography Bee Elizabeth Redden, an eighth grade student at Milton Middle School, won the school-level competition of the National Geog- raphy Bee on January 6, and with it, a chance at a $25,000 college scholarship. The school-level bee ai which students answer oral questions on geography, is the first round in the ninth annual Na- tional Geography Bee. The event is sponsored by the National Geo- graphic Society and Sylvan Learning Centers, which provide supplemental education services to students at all skill levels. School-level winners will next take a written test and up to 100 of the top scorers in each state will be eligible for the state bee to be held April 4. The National Geographic Soci- ety will provide an all-expense paid trip to Washington, D.C., for state champions and their teacher: escorts to participate in the Na- tional Geography Bee national championship on May 27 and 28. The event will be moderated by Alex Trebek, host of television's "Jeopardy!" The first place na- tional winner will receive a $25,000 scholarship. For the first time, a series of ge- ography contests will be offered on National Geographic Online's "kids site," to debut in early 1997 at The National Geographic Soci- ety developed the National Geog- raphy Bee in response to a grow- ing concern about the lack of geo- graphic knowledge among young people in the United States. A 10 country Gallup survey conducted for the Society in 1988 and 1989, found that people in the United States, ages 18-24, - the youngest group surveyed - knew less about geography than young people in any other country that participated in the survey. In addition to the Geography Bee, the National Geographic So- ciety also sponsors a number of other geography education initia- tives, including summer geogra- phy institutes for teachers, and the Geographic Alliance Network, which is currently working in every state, the District of Colum- bia, Puerto Rico and Canada. Sussex Family YMCA accepts pre-school enrollees; children's corner expands services The YMCA "Giant Step" preschool program is now accept- ing children for the January through May session. This pro- gram for three- and four-year-olds offers opportunity for children's social, emotional and physical de- velopment with an optional full day care component at some sites. Limited space is available at all Giant Step locations: Bethel Unit- ed Methodist Church in Lewes; the Grace Church in Millsboro, St. George's Church in Clarksville and at the YMCA in Rehoboth. Transportation is now available from the Lewes location for chil- dren continuing into afterraoon daycare at the YMCA. The YMCA Children's Comer full time daycare center has; just expanded its services. Full time weekly tuition now includes lgym- nastics (tumbling) class andt one swim lesson per week. In mddi- tion, children can participmte in the morning Giant Step preschool program at the YMCA car in Lewes. Services are provided for ages two through four with llimit- ed space available now. For more information, stop by and visfit the YMCA at 105 Church Street in Rehoboth or call 227-8018. Cape grad has . 0 6PA at UnJvetsi of IV. C, Karin Simms, a 1995 graduate of Cape Henlopen High School, re- ceived a first semester grade point average of 4.0 at the University of North Carolina, Greensboro, where she is an Information System and Office Operations Management major. Karin is the daughter of Debbie and Rick Simms of Lewes, and the granddaughter of Beatrice Simms and Bettylee and Terry Carmine. Topics to be covered will in- Ed clude design techniques, tubing fabrication, fixturing techniques, sheet metal fabrication, flame cutting and welding. Bob Jenkins, master car fabri- cator, will serve as guest instruc- tor. offers car restoration z00ass No prior experience is neces- sary, but enrollment is limited. Weekend classes will be of- fered in winter and spring. For more information, call Gus Derle at (302) 674-5015. ' Ages 2- 12 years  , Pre-School 'Ytl  Full Time Before & After School Nz ), //vc f. ta . 6:30 am - 5:30 pm Monday thru Friday 644-25'7() Providing a sa_df_g, can'ng environment with a certified, well-trained staff. WE EMPHASIZE: BUILDING A HIGH SELF-ESTEEM MUSIC IVlATH SCIENCE ARTS F_, CRAFTS Prepare for your child's future education! X\\;.  LITTLE ANGELS DAY CARE & LEARNING CENTER ] , \\;k. ' UNDA WAILS, PROPRIETOR- 40 NASSAU COMMONS- LEWES, DE YMCA GIANT STEP & PRESCHOOL Helping Little Feet Take a GIANT STEP! accepting  students Y Full Day Care now available for Lewes and Rehoboth programs. Transportation provided for Lewes location. Call for current information 227-8018. SUSSEX .FAMILY