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t J CAPE GAZETTE - Friday, Feb. 24 - Monday, Feb. 27, 2006 - 107 Continued from page 106 five out of eight sessions to receive a certificate. For complete information, or to register, contact Corporate and Community Programs at 854-6966. Kotarba named to dean's list at High Point Amanda Kotarba of Lewes was named to the dean's list for the fall 2005 semester at High Point University, High Point, N.C. Students must have a grade point average of 3.5 or better to qualify for the dean's list. St. Thomas More sets annual auction Feb. 25 St. Thomas More High School in Magnolia will hold its seventh annual Silent Auction and Dance from 6:30 to 11 p.m Saturday, Feb. 25, with entertainment pro- vided by The Funsters. Attendees will have the oppor- tunity to bid on a variety of unique items, including dinner, spa and golf packages, jewelry, artwork, sports memorabilia and much more. Tickets are $50 perperson and $100 per couple. A gourmet buf- fet catered by La Rosa Negra and a cash bar will be available. Proceeds benefit the school's scholarship fund. To reserve tick- ets, call St. Thomas More at 302- 697-8100 or email Linda at ldar- ling @ saintmore.org. Most Blessed Sacrament to host annual Fun Day Most Blessed Sacrament Catholic School, located on Route 589 in Berlin, Md will hold its third annual Mardi Gras Fun Day from noon to 4 p.m Sunday, Feb. 26, on school grounds. Live entertainment and festivi- ties featuring a local DJ, face painting, games for all ages, crafts, Chinese auctions featuring family and children's baskets, retail booths selling crafts, books, jewelry, beauty productg and much more will be available to participants Food will be available for pur- chase, including children's lunch- es of hot dogs and nachos, and the school's own Chef Justin Venasco will provide his homemade Italian sausages and peppers, red beans and rice and meatball subs. Bake sale items will be available all day. Admission is free and open to the public. For more information, contact Committee Chair Andrea Hodak at 302-541-8366. For more information on retail space, contact Beth Riley at 443- 880-0511. "Chester"- Beagle-lyr- Male - tri-colored "Lucky" - Akita/Lab x-7m- Male-Neutered-Housebroken yellow tiger "Cheech" - Lab x-lyr- Male-Black and white "Veleo" - DLH-7m-Male- good w/children and animals "Sophie"- DSH-lyr- Female-grey tiger w/white Members Get: FREE Aerobics FREE Racquetball FREE Fiineu Evaluations NOW AVAILABLE- CARDIO THEATRE on all Machines t rts,v m,i kin, T~ Most Comq~m HEALTH CWa AT T~ BEACh RT. 1 MIDWAY SHOPPING CENTER, RI~tOBOTH BEACH, DE (302) 645-0407 WWW.MIDWA~IaTNI~.COM CALL JOANNE KANE 302,226,20 p0 Plre Crlr, ifia la~da~dal ~,asml~ - amd~ ~ea~', IneCiCul~ Commlt;t, ed 1;o I:)edkat, ad ,9ervl~ wl';h S,~ ymre Ex~ For Information on n~ rail or em ll me at; your r, onvenienr, e. Ch~k out n~ web, e4ta for ~1~ of I.~. THANKSlll Your' ad could be her,e. Call the advertising department today for information. 645-7700 OUT.qlOE PETg NEED FREgN (NOT FROZEN) WARM 6EODIN8 8 PLENTY TO EAT. Rehoboth Day Care has openings The Rehoboth Daycare Center has openings in the three- and four-year old programs. For more information, call Tish . Lewis at 227.-2651 De]laware Monday.Friday lO:OOam to 5:00pm and Saturdays lO:OOam to 3:00pm we stop adopting animals at 4:30 on weekdays and 2:30 on Saturday. 326 S. Dupont Hwy Georgetown, DE . . . . . f " " " I "~ ttt t|'Ltttt ttl ''t t Lit t t tttlt ttLt tk