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FRIDAY, JANUARY 22- MONDAY, JANUARY 25, 2010 CAPE LIFE Cape Gazette - Say to the Cape Gazette's bridal supplement this February 2010. This valuable section will bring wedding vendors together with couples seeking necessary products and information for their wedding event. Weddings 2010 is filled with planning tips, honeymoon and reception ideas, both traditional and stylish wedding fashion features. Couples will appreciate the resource guides for getting announcements out and selecting the right vendors for related events. 12,500 copies of fills glossy covered supplement will be inserted into the February 12th edition of the Cape Gazette, in lime for Valentine's Day. Also an over run of 1,000 will be distributed at area Bridal Shows. There are plenty of opportunities for advertisers to point readers to their valuable services in this exciting wedding supplement. Make sure your business space v. for advertising 28, 2010. Cap00azette Banquet Continued from page 41 so we can measure apples to ap- ples," she said. SB 151 provides funds to be spread among five of the lowest- performing school districts in the state. Each $150,000 grant will be given to the districts es- tablishing the most efficient aca- demic achievement programs. House Bill 19 provides districts with more flexibility in spending state funds. Lowery said she is excited about the state's possibilities for obtaining federal Race to the Top funds. More than SU0 billion has been set aside by the Obama ad- ministration to reward states adopting certain criteria and set- ting up plans to meet the criteria. "My goal is that all high school graduates are career and college ready," she said. To reach that goal, she said, people in education must be willing to take risks and to accept disruption of their comfort zones. "Our children need us now. We all have to be coura- geous," she said. Markell appointed Lowery in 2009 as secretary of education. She is the former superintendent of Christina School District, a New Castle County school sys- tem with 17,000 students and 2,200 employees. Prior to com- ing to Delaware, she was assis- tant superintendent in Fairfax County public schools. She is al- so a former teacher in Alexan- dria and Fairfax, Va., and Gasto- nia, N.C. Amber Watson of WMDT-TV News served as mistress of cere- monies, and Lt. Gov. Matt Denn and the Rev. George Edwards Sr., president of the MLK celebra- tion organization, offered greet- ings. "We are here to celebrate something that is still unfin- ished" Derm said. "Dr. King did- n't see his vision become reality;, - we still have a long way to go" He said one of the ways to meet the challenge is to become a mentor. "Being a mentor one hour per week can help to change a kid's life," he said. The Rev. W. Ouemonde Brang- man of New Zion AME Church presented the invocation; the Rev. Pat Loughlin of Epworth United Methodist Church of- fered the table blessing; and the Rev. Carolyn Baker of Passion of Christ Ministries gave the clos- ing prayer. The Sunshine Circle Club started the banquet. This year's president is Bernice Edwards. Members of the Sussex County chapter of the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority presented Lowery, who is also a member of the sorority, with a gift. In attendance were U.S. Sen. Tom Carper; Sen. Joe Booth, R- Georgetown; lames Ford, mayor of Lewes; Edwin Lambden, may- or of Georgetown; Greg Fuller, county register of wills; and new Delaware State University Presi- dent Harry Williams. GOOD FEET ANNIVERSARY 20% OFF All Casual, Dress,Work & Shoes thrulan. 31 Dover 706 N. I)uPom Hwy. Rt. 13 ; N. State St. opposite Arby s (302) 736-3400 Good ]Ftc' SUNDEW PAINTING INC Established 1948 Member of BBB and ABC RIIIMll NIIl//lll4iUlllll4gil/Im OFFICE: FAX: SUNDEWPAINTING @COMCAST.NET 302-684-5858/Rehoboth Beach 302-994-7004/Wilm ington 302-684-5580 302-994-8969 Mention ad at time of estimate for 5% discount