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MMS Chinese Auction scheduled for Feb. 2 The Milton Middle School's National Junior Honor Society will sponor its second annual Chinese Auction at 5:30 p.m., Friday, Feb. 2. Lots of great items will be up for grabs, incluing an iPod, a new bicycle, restaurant and area attraction gift certificates and much more. Tickets are 10 for $5; 25 for $10 and 50 for $20. Drawings for the winning numbers will be held at 7:30 p.m. Donations are still be accepted. Proceeds from this fundraisier will be sprit between the Gulfport seventh and eighth grade school in GulfporL Miss., with whom the honor society entered into a part- nership last year; and the American Heart Association. For more information, call 684- 8516, Ext. 4050 or 4060. Buy groceries and support MMS Area grocery stores are offering a fundraising partnership with area organizations, including schools such as Mariner Middle School. There is no cost involved; patrons merely have to register online at or Food Lion shoppers need to register their MVP card by enter- ing all the numbers on their card online. For SuperG, choose the A+ Bonus Bucks School Account and designate Mariner Middle School. Then enter the first three letters of your last name and all 12 numbers off the back of your bonus card. Abramowicz is on dean's list at Oklahoma Christina Abramowicz of Lewes was named to the dean's list for the fall semester at Oklahoma State University in Stillwater, Okla. Students .must have a grade point average of 3i5 or higher on a 4.0 scale and must have completed i 2 or more hours in the semester. Pierce earns dean's list honors at Bridgewater Meredith Pierce, of Millsboro, was named to the dean's list for . the fall semester at Bridgewater College, Bridgewater, Va. Pierce is a senior majoring in family and consumer sciences and business administration. Bridgewater College is a pri- vate, four-year liberal arts college with an enrollment of approxi- mately 1,500 students. Katherine Hazzard named to dean's list Katherine Hazzard, a 2005 graduate of Cape Henlopen High School, has been named to the dean's list for the fall semester at Delaware Valley College in Doylestown, Pa., where she is a sophomore majoring in biology. Hazzard is the daughter of Debbie Hazzard of Lewes. Course Fair set at Cape High Jan. 30 The staff and administration invites all parents, guardians and students to the first Course Fair information night from 6 to 8 p.m:, Tuesday, Jan. 30. This is an informal opportunity to circulate among the depart- ments and learn more about vari- ous courses offered at Cape Heulopen High School. A brief presentation begins at 6 p.m. in the cafeteria followed by the chance to visit department tables and walk through the halls to see various educational oppor- tunities. To address the upcoming ninth grade students and current eighth grade students, the staff will also offer a presentation in the media center/library to share informa- tion about the ninth grade process. Information will also be avail- able about the 11 AP courses offered. Yard Sate i-27-07 " Rain or Shine Lewes Fire Department Station 2 Rte. 1 & Nassau Bridge 7:00 to 11:00 AM CAPE GAZETTE - Friday, January 26, Monday, January 29, 2007 - 111 Steven BIIlups photo Rehoboth Beach VFW Post 7447 awards essay winners Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 7447 awarded the winners of the annual VFW national "Voice of Democracy" and "Patriots Pen" essay contest Wednesday, Jan. 10. Cash awards are given to all participants and the first place winner has a chance at a scholarship at the national level of the contest. The contest for seventh and eight graders in the Cape Henlopen School District consists of an oral essay for the "Voice of Democracy" and a written essay for the "Patriots Pen." Shown are Renah Scudlark, left, of Milton, third plac e winner in the "Voice of Democracy"; and Jillian Frederick of Rehoboth Beach, first place winner of the "Voice of Democracy." Not shown are Sarah May, second place in "Voice of Democracy" and the winners of the 'qPatriots Pen"; first place Danielle Pollard of Lewes; second place, Andrew Scrutchfield of Lewes; and third place, Ann Williamson of Lewes. Academic Programs Admissions I Connected Degrees/Transfer Financial Aid I Services for Students Thursday, February 8 5:30-7:30 pm Carter Partnership Center i ,ii i Room 540 i iDelaware Tech Owens Campus Free admission Food and ice cream In the event of inclement weather, please call (302) 856.5555. DELAWAREdL TECHP' Obtain information on college admissions, services for students, transfer and connected degree options. Talk with students, graduates, and instructors representing over 1 O0 degree, diploma and certificate programs. Get the latest information on applying for fi  aid and scholarships, including details SEED scholarship program that provides free tuition for eligible high school students.