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26 - CAPE GAZETTE - Tuesday, Feb. 21 - Thursday, Feb. 23, 2006 Submitted photos Sunshine Preschool has openings Sunshine Preschool of Goshen United Methodist Church in Milton has a class for four-year-olds that meets from 9 to 11:30 a.m Monday, Wednesday and Friday and a class for three- year-olds that meets Tuesday and Thursdays. For information about enrollment, call 228-8502. Shown above (left side of the table beginning at the front) are members of the four-year-old class enjoying an art proj- ect, including Carissa Roy, Jonah Pahel, Brendon Millman, Tabitha Harris and Andrew Weaver. At the front of the table again going down the right side are: Parker Brown, Colin Lawson, Erin Cannon, Logan Scott and Finn Davis. Below, catching their shadows on Groundhog Day are (l-r) three-year-olds Seth Shaffer, Cole Palmer, Chloie Millman, Allison Benton, Lenny Williams, Jarod Millman, Kale Showers, Sadie Davis and Austin Holding. Submitted photo The Jefferson School Students honored The Jefferson School students were honored in a Feb. 13 ceremony at the Georgetown Fire Hall with awards from the fire department for outstanding fire prevention essays and draw' ings. Shown in back is Jessie Howard. In the center (l-r) are Megan O'Donnell, Melaney Heald, Megan Costanzo, Kyle Joseph and Aidan Gause. In front is Goss Ferneyhough. Not shown are Kimberly Herrera, Arleen Hearn, Dani Del Negro, Lee-elle Aboutbol and Katie Beitzel l' Volunteers needed to Quest International, a nonprofit student exchange program, is seeking volunteers to host English- speaking foreign exchange students who want to experience American culture and attend the upcom- ing 10-month school year or five-month semester at an American high school. Students are ages 15 to 18 and are from Thailand, France, Denmark, Germany, Mexico, Sweden, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Brazil, China, Ecuador, Slovakia, Italy, Russia and South Korea. Students have their own spending money and health insurance. Anyone is invited to apply, whether they are single parents, empty nesters, married couples, retirees, etc as long as they can provide a loving home and room and board. :: For more information, call toll-free at. 4029 or Celebrate a memorable event with friends & family. : Pos[-,:a n announcement for you and your loved one on for four weeks. After we email you the web address, you can forward the link to everyone you know and share the joy. You'll even receive a laminated copy to display proudly in your home - all for only $35. For more information. visit or call 645-7700.