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Rosanne Pack photo International Women's Day celebrated in Sussex Celebrating International Women's Day, the alumni association of Delaware Tech College Owens Campus recently sponsored a gala dinner at the Rehoboth Beach Country Club. Visit- ing before dinner and presentations of the evening are (l-r) Dr. Harriet Smith Windsor, state director of personnel and mistress of ceremonies for the dinner, Lois Studte, retired as in- strnctional director of the health cluster and chair of the nursing department at the Owens Campus; Sally Higgins, retired teacher and guidance counselor; Dr. Orlando George Jr., pres- ident of Delaware Tech College; and the Honorable Battle Robinson, associate judge for Delaware Family Court. Studte, Higgius and Robinson are the International Women's Day honorees for 1998. Studte remains active in college and community affairs and serves on the Delaware Health Care Commission and the board of directors of Bayhealth Inc. Higgins is one of the founders of Turnabout Counseling; she remains on the board of directors and she serves as a trustee for the tTniversity of Delaware. Robinson has served as a judge for more than 12 years and she was chosen "Woman of the Year  in 1979 by the Delaware Business & Professional Women. AmeriCorps returning to Cape Region The National Civilian Commu- nity Corps, a program of Ameri- corps, the national service pro- gram, is sending a team to the Lewes area to continue work on a variety of environmental projects. This will be the sixth NCCC team to participate in a Lewes environ- mental PIE (Protection, Improve- ment, Education), a program de- veloped and directed by Walt Rosen of Lewes. Participation in the National Civilian Community Corps (NCCC) is open to men and women, ages 18 to 24. Team members come from throughout the country and serve for one year. Previous teams participating in the program have performed a wide variety of environmental projects, including clearing and repairing trails in the state parks of southern Delaware, building amphitheatres at the Milton Mid- dle School and in Blockhouse Pond Park in Lewes, creating a nature trail at Lewes' Children's Beach House arid building a stair- way to the top of the Great Dune, the highest point in Cape Hen- lopen State Park. The team, arriving on March 18, will focus its efforts on continuing the cleanup of the Green Hill Range Light site at the edge of the Great Marsh near the Roosevelt Inlet. Cleanup of this historic site, which is scheduled to become a link in the Lewes Greenways Trail, was begun last fall by an- other NCCC team. The new team is also expected to do some work at the James Farm, on the north end of Cedar Neck Road in Bethany. This 150- acre property, which was donated to Sussex County, is expected to be used by the Delaware Center fog the Inland Bays for environ- mental education and demonstra- tion. The team will be staying in Dewey Beach in a facility made available by Charles Pollard, own- er of Wings to Go on Highway One. The team will remain in the area through late April. Groups or individuals interested in helping in the Green Hill cleanup should contact Rosen at 644-0437. Subscribe to the Cape Gazette Call 645-7000 today! CAPE , Friday, March 13 - March 19, 1998 - 31 EARLY CAMP SIGN-UP! Monday through Friday. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Session 1: June 22 - 26 Session 2: July 6 - 10 Session 3: August 3 - 7 $225 per week Bring a bag lunch, snack & extra drinks, towel & swimsuit. Call for more details! PRERE(I$TRATION REQUIRED Glass Crafters Studio i 1002 Kings Highway, Lewes, (Next to Morris Shoes) i:.ii!!!i Reho High School Reunion iii!i!iiiiiiiiiiiii!ii The Rehoboth High School Alumni Association will hold a reunion for all and former students. Former students include those class- mates who attended Rehoboth High School but did not graduate due to their family moving from the area or school being interrupted for mirary service or other reasons. If you know the addresses of any of your formerclassmates who no longer live in this area, #ease contact a member of the reunion committee, Pat and Don Heam, Bob and Syd Maull, Nancy Dee, Marilyn Marsh, and Jay Young. The reunion will be held at the Ruddertowne Convention Complex in Dewey Beach, on October 17, 1998. Details about the reunion will be sent j to all graduates and former students on or about Apdl 1, 1998, provided J the Association has recent mailing address. The Association has the mail- f iii ii ing addresses of graduates who attended the 1988 reunion at Rudder- !ii!i::!i::: towne, but if any addresses have changed since 1988, please contact a ili member of the reun on committee with your new address. The reunion r:!!;!iii; committee is also requesting information on graduates and former stu- dents who no longer live in this area .................... iiiiiiiiiiiilii : i:::;i DINING OUT? Consult Cape Cuisine for the best that the Cape Region has to offer )0 DAYS SAME AS CASH (O.A.C 6 MOS. SAME AS CASH.(O.A.C MINIMUM $400 PURCHASE HOME FURNISHINGS BRIDAL REGISTRY NOW AVAILABLE! ....................... ISND .................... iiii!iiiii,i,ili'i! 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