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Long &amp; Foster offers scholarship program Long & Foster Real Estate, with 135 real estate offices throughout the five-state Mid-Atlantic region, has announced the Long & Foster $60,000 scholarship program-for well-rounded graduating high school seniors entering an accred- ited four-year college or universi- ty. The Long & Foster scholarship program will award $1,000 each to 60 worthy recipients for the 2000-01 academic year. The scholarhsip will be made payable directly to the college or university in the student's name. The deadline to apply is March 1; the scholarships will be awarded in May. Applications may be obtained from any Long & Foster office. In the Cape Region, the office is lo- cated at 720 Rehoboth Ave., Suite 5, Rehoboth Beach. Applications may also be obtained at the guid- ance offices at Cape Henlopen High School, or via the Long & Foster Web site at <www.lon- gandfoster.com/scholarship>. Greenwood music boosters to host dinner The Greenwood Mennonite School and its music boosters will hold an all-you-can-eat spaghetti dinner from 5:30 to 8 p.m.,Satur- day, March 4, at the school. Dinners for adults are $6; chil- dren ages 4-12 pay $4; and chil- dren under three eat for flee. Take outs are available. For more information, call 302- 349-4131 or 302-349-9191. Teaching career fair is March 25 at UD More than 200 school district personnel from many different states and Delaware will visit the University of Delaware March 20- 22 for Project Search, a career fair for those interested in teaching. The event is free and open to the public, but preregistration is re- quired by Friday, Feb. 25. Those planning to attend should register by calling Kathy Suiter at the UD Career Services Center at 302-831-8570. Those interested in finding jobs in Delaware are urged to register for a special preview event sched- uled from 4 to 6 p.m., Monday, March 20, at the Trabant Univer- sity Center, Main Street and South College Avenue, Newark. Area students named to academic list at Worcester Barry Tull, headmaster of Worcester Preparatory School, has announced the students named to the headmaster's aca- demic list for the second school term. The following Cape Region stu- dents were named to the list: Grade 7: Jessica A. Robinson and Carly Roessler, both of Lewes. Grade 8: Taylor Lowe and Dana Mark, both of Rehoboth Beach. Grade 9: Preston L. Dyer, Rehoboth Beach. Grade 12: Alek- sandra Strauss, Rehoboth Beach. The following students quali- fied for honorable mention: Grade 7: John M. Chaski, Lewes, and Katie McDavid, Re- hoboth Beach. Grade 8: Courtney Bateman and D. Brent Thompson, both of Rehoboth Beach; Colin McG. Wilson, Lewes. Grade 9: Bridgette Gibbs and Laine E. Tunnell, both of Lewes. Grade 10: Lacey Kenworthy and Tosh Try- on, both of Rehoboth Beach. Grade 11: Meredith Feist, Re- hoboth Beach. Grade 12: Ashlee Reed, Rehoboth Beach. Del Tech alumni group offers new hours, benefits Expanded office hours and a discount on the use of the Fitness Center have just been made avail- able to members of the Delaware Technical & Community College, Owens campus Alumni Associa- tion. Rhonda Tuman, alumni coordi- nator, will be in the Office of Alumni Affairs from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Mondays, and from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Tuesdays through Fridays. She will be available after 6 p.m. by appointment; call 855-5951 for more information. Alumni Association members are now eligible to use the col- lege's Fitness Center, located in the Jason Technology Center. Equipment includes stationary bikes, treadmills, weight ma- chines and free weights. Individ- ual and group fitness plans can al- so be developed. The cost is $50 per semester. Participants must register through the division of Corporate and Community Programs by calling 855-1617. Cape district unch menus The menu for the Cape Henlopen School District's middle and ele- mentary schools for the week of March 1 to March 3 is as follows: Wednesday, March 3: Pizza, Italian dunkers with meat sauce, yo- gurt or sandwich choice; choice of two sides including seasoned green beans, chilled fruit mix, juice or milk. Thursday, March 4: Baked crispy chicken, eggroll, yogurt or sand- wich choice; choice of two sides including steamed rice with gravy, fa- vorite veggie, fruit choice, juice or milk. Friday, March 5: Taco shell/wrap, burrito, yogurt or sandwich choice; choice of two sides including Spanish rice, lettuce/tomato cup, churro, peaches, juice or milk. CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, February257Iarcla 2000 - 39. Michael Short photo Cape district crowns spelling bee champs The Cape Henlopen School District crowned new spelling bee champs after a spelling bee Feb. 14. Students shown during the spelling bee with Cape Henlopen Supervisor of Personnel and Information Services Esthelda Selby are (l-r) Amanda Armstrong, Brooke Reemsnyder, William Hopkins and Jalisa Bonville. The following is a list of winners from Lewes Middle School, Milton Middle School and Re- hoboth Elementary School, including overall district winners: fourth-grader Katelyn Vin- cent, fifth-grader Brooke Reemsnyder, sixth-grader Jalisa Bonville, seventh-grader Dustin Stroup and eighth-grader Josh Heck. Lewes Middle School: fourth-grader Madeline McCann, fifth-grader Brooke Reemsnyder, sixth-grader Pierce Lopez, seventh-grader Dustin Stroup and alternate Chuck Conquest, eighth-grader Josh Heck. Milton Middle School: fourth-grader Amanda Armstrong and alternate Nicole Sharp, fifth- grader Kelly Marvel and alternate Erica Hazzard, sixth-grader William Hopkins and alter- nate Zackery Webb. Rehoboth Elementary School: fourth-grader Katelyn Vincent and alternate Brittany Wil- son, fifth-grader Labrea Jenkins and alternate Sadie McGuire, sixth-grader Jalisa Bonville and alternate Ashley Harris. Milton Continued from page 38 parents were reporting good atti- tudes and responsible behavior at home. Several of the boys /tcknowl- edged that improving their grades was one incentive to join the club. Boys To Be Men is not just about grades, wearing a necktie and community service. Harvey has field trips planned and par- ents are already volunteering to help out with the group's ex- tracurricular activities. A trip to Philadelphia to see the Harlem Globetrotters is on the calendar in March.  To make sure each boy got enough attention and guidance, he kept the number small to start with. However, the shirts and ties and air of confidence that is growing with the boys has attracted the at- tention of others who think they would like to join. Harvey said he is considering expanding the group by a few, but each day is still one of exploring and experi- menting, so he is taking things slowly. He welcomes ideas and input and offers to volunteer to help with tutoring or special programs for the group. The boys who are active in Boys To Be Men are Bryan Austin, Russel Ayres, Boyd, Can- non, Chad Clendaniel, Ray Gray, Jennings, Lawson, Nobles and Webb. Harvey can be reached at Mil- ton Middle School, 684-8516. Rosanne Pack photo Milton resident Bernice Collins watches with appreciation as Boys To Be Men Club member Buddy Jennings loads her groceries. Club members spent the afternoon on Senior Citi- zens Day at the IGA, helping out where ever they could. BRUCE W. CHILCOAT Associate Vice President Financial Advisor Certified Financial Planner I (302) 226-5100 (800) 258-3131 Fax (302) 226-5200 Call for Financial Planning Consu ltation MORGAN STANLEY DEAN 14qTTER 4421 Rt. One Rcll}both Beach, DE 19971