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Sussex Tech recognized nationally for sportsmanship Stuart Kingston PRESIDENT'S DAY SALE The Institute for International Sport, administrators of National Sportsmanship Day, have named 12 schools, including Sussex Technical High School in Georgetown, as 2007-08 All- American Sportsmanship Schools and one conference as 2007-08 All-American Sportsmanship Conference. The selection process involves the Institute receiving nomina- tions as part of its administration of National Sportsmanship Day, which is celelrated annually on the first Tuesday of March. Following each National Sportsmanship Day, an Institute selection committee screens the nominees and makes selections based on the clear and strong commitment to a culture of sportsmanship in each of the hon- ored schools. "We look for schools whose administration fosters a strong atmosphere of sportsmanship among its coaching staff and stu- dent athletes," said Chris Shea, coordinator of the 2008 National Sportsmanship Day program. The 2007-08 honored All- American Sportsmanship Schools will all play an active role in the 2008 National Sportsmanship Day, which will be celebrated Tuesday, March 4. Activities will include partici- pation in the institute's Team Sportsmanship which involves high school and college student athletes and coaches visiting local elementary and middle schools on National Sportsmanship Day to lead discussions about the impor- tance of sportsmanship. "The 2007-08 honorees are made up of a group of schools - .ranging from elementary school to university - that have all clearly demonstrated a well-thought-out sportsmanship program in their respective schools, which has resulted in an admirable commit- ment to and practice of sports- manship," said Shea. DART Transit to host poster contest; deadline set March 31 FEBRUARY 15TH, 16TH, 17TH & 18TH It's Easy Being Green While Riding DART is the theme for DART First State's eighth annual Transit Poster Contest. Open to students in grades six through 12, the contest is designed to encour- age students to learn more about public transportation and its bene- fits, as well as the chance to see their artwork featured by DART First State in various advertise- ments, promotions or displays. This year's theme asks students to create an artistic poster iUus- trating how public transit adds to a greener Delaware. To be eligi- ble, students must be in the sixth, seventh, eighth, ninth, 10th, llth or 12th grade and posters must be submitted by Monday, March 31, to DART First State Poster Contest, Marketing Dept., 119 Lower Beech St., Wilmington, DE 19805. Pencils, crayons, markers or paint can be used to create a poster on 8-1/2-by-l 1-inch paper or poster board. On the reverse side of the poster students should include their name, address, age and grade level, school or organi- zation name and address and teacher/advisor name and phone number. Prizes and certificates will be provided by DART First State and its business partners. Interested schools are being asked to conduct the contest with- in the appropriate grade levels at the school, and forward the entries to DART First State for judging. Individuals who wish to enter apart from their school may do so as iong as they are in grades six through 12. For details, call 302- 576-6016. Located at the north end of the Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk next to the Henlopen Hotei Sale hours: Friday 9-5 Saturday 9-6 Sunday 12-4 o Monday 10-5 Call (302)227-2524 7 &All CAPE GAZETI - Friday, February 8 - Monday, February 11, 2008 - 109 Tol STEIN In Reverence of our Shall Place our Entire Inventory on Sale! Oriental Rugs and Carpets take up to 50% off the ticket price Paintings take 50% off the ticket.price Giftware take 50% off the ticket price Painted Furniture take 50% off the ticket price All remaining Home Furnishings, take 50% off the ticket price. Take up to 1/3 off all Jewelry Selected Antiques, take up to 50% off the ticket price Use these Stuart Kingston dollars for add.v!ional savings!! ................... --z'z';;7-. ;..'v:v.: .-;z .: ...................  ........ .................... G__-,., i-7:': ...................... $10 OFF / \\; $10 OFF   , SZOOFF .01 Ill raCE o P.,CE oF Sf00 Itl ll- OR OR,ORE "'.JIB r sl FF  lfllllllr-'lzmuumwtmmmllllllll   IllTI,   ORMOR ............ ANY oFSALE $2,500 7"" .:-7,..,.. PRICE   "i;* ;; *-;-; I .... dl; !;'  ,t  ' ANY OF $100 OFF; OR MOR! SALE $2,500 .......... ............ PRICE  "!!ll i ii ..... -,