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106 - CAPE GAZETTE - Friday, Feb. 24 - Monday, Feb. 27, 2006 Submitted photo Beacon students named to County Band Junior County Band representatives from Beacon Middle School. are (1-1-) Emily Farrell, Sarah Thompson, Jeremie Wimbrow, Sam Jamgochian, and Eric Littlefield. Missing from the photo is Andrew Scrutchfield. Submitted photo Participants in the SAAS Drama Extravaganza from the Sussex Academy of Arts and Sciences included (back, l-r) Linda Killion, Jamin Adkins, Greg Manhard, Johanna Lukk, Shauna Kaufman, Kelsey Arnold, Danielle Brumbley, Kaitlyn Adkins, Bailey Tenerovich and Bridget Killion. In the middle are Chelsea McHugh, Dana Bard, Sarah Bryan, Sabree Burbage, Conor Small, Kacie Yacimowicz, Tanya Munikwa and Alexa August and in front are Jen Fonda, Michael McHugh, Courtney Liamiatty, Halie Parker, Aja Tenerovieh, Sarah Savage, Margaux Lopez, Ailie Coning, Khyrstyne Quigley, Kinzie Stanley Not shown are Jim Killion, Lueas Killion and Amit Vyas. Arts & Sciences students perform SAAS Extravaganza Students from the Sussex Academy of Arts and Sciences ,performed in the 2006 SAAS Drama Extravaganza Feb. 10 and 11 at Possum Point Players in Georgetown. They presented three separate selections, all of which were directed by Linda Killion. "School Zone" by R. Gregg Osterhout was a collection of monologues that delved into the minds of today's students, provid- ing insight into various situations from kindergarten to college. "Murder at Brantley Manor" by Susan Stepp was a classic murder mystery with a comic twist. "The Actors' Challenge" by Harry Bagdasian and Lisa Levin Itte was a story of two television viewers with an interactive remote control that allowed them to 'click' actors into different act- ing genres throughout the course of a story, from melodrama to spy film to X-Files. Entertainment preceding each play was provided by students performing musical numbers on keyboard. The enthusiasm of cast and crew was evident, and audi- ences enjoyed all three perform- ances. *Reed earns dean's list honors at law school Karen Reed, of a graduate of Milford High School and the University of Delaware, made the dean's list in her fourth term of study at Thomas M. Cooley Law School, Lansing, Mich. Reed, who lives in Ypsilanti, Mich is the daughter of Debbie and Edward Kee and is married to Nathan Reed. DART poster contest now open to students DART First State's sixth Annual Transit Poster Contest, open to students in Grades 6 through 12, 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 high- lighting why the use of public transit is the most cost effective way to commute due to the increase cost of gas. To be eligi- ble, students must be in the sixth to 12th grade and posters must be submitted by March 10 to DART First State Poster Contest; Marketing Dept.; 119 Lower Beech Street; Suite 100, Wilmington, DE 19805. Pencils, crayons, markers or paint can be used to create a poster on 8?"x 11" paper or poster board. On the reverse side of the poster students should include their name, address, age and grade level, school or organization 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 Virginia Avenue and Boardwalk Rehoboth Beach enter apart from their school may do so as long as they are in grades six through 12. For details and contest instruc- tions, call 302-576-6016, or visit ww.w.DartFirstState.com. have been named to the dean's list for the fall semester at Radford University, Radford, Va. Hitchens is a senior majoring in media studies; Deck is a senior fashion design major. Shields recognizes Karissa Lemaire Shields Elementary School stu- dent Karissa Lemaire, a fourth grader in Sydney Andrews' class, was honored recently for her many accomplishments. She was on the A honor roll for the second semester, participates in the J- CREW singing group at Bethel Methodist Church, runs for the Seashore Striders and qualified for the national championships and also participated in a running competition held in Rockhill, S,C. in December 2005, plays lacrosse for Atlantic Lacrosse and Ocean City Parks and Recreation and has placed in the top five Shields' stu- dents in the annual headstand competition for the past two years. Hitchens, Deck named to dean's list Elizabeth Hitchens of Lewes, and Christine Deck of Millsboro Learn professional bartending at Del Tech For those interested in a quick route to a new career or a sum- mertime job for extra cash, Delaware Technical & Community College, Owens cam- pus, can help them become a pro- fessional bartender. An eight-session course pro- vides instruction on all bar proce- dures including opening system, bar cash, requisitions, par sheets, setting up, and closing. Students will practice mixing and present- ing drinks as well as learning drink recipes, glassware identifi- cation, proper etiquette and appearance and professional han- dling of situations. Students must be age 21 or older. Classes meet from 7 to 10 p.m. Wednesdays from March 1 to May 3. The cost is $228 with a $15 materials fee payable to the instructor on the first night of class. Participants must complete Continued on page 107 A SHINING STAR ii From the 5th Floor Balcony it's possible to see. 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