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OohPlg, liday,.March.l& -,Mm_rb 19,..- 88 Miss Delaware National Teenager Pageant set for Rehoboth The 1998 Miss Delaware Na- tional Teenager Scholarship Pageant will be held on March 14 and 15 at'the Rehoboth Beach Convention Center. Teenage girls from around the state, ages 13 to 18, will compete for scholarships, gifts and the chance to represent The First State at the National Teenager Pageant to be held at Opryland, USA in Ju- ly. America's National Teenager Scholarship program was formed 00larriage Licenses Denver L. Tull and Pamela A. Benson, both of Bridgeville. Charles L. Marine and Susan T. Wilkins, both of Laurel. Bruce W. Donovan and Karen L. Caragliano, both of Bethany Beach. Bryant P. Tifft and Linda K. Sanders, both of Seaford. Scott S. Bradley and DeAnna C. Bartell, both of Seaford. Carlton E. Brown, Mardela Springs, Md., and Willie Mac Burbage, Fruitland, Md. Jerry Michael Wilcox and Shan- non L. Patchett, both of Rehoboth Beach. Samuel M. Bramble III and Dawn J. Grover, both of George- town. Robert L. White and Susan E. White, both of Lewes. Robin L. Ruark and Shannon V. Mitchell, both of Seaford. Ricky L. Paquette, Lewes, and Kelli S. Reefer, Dover. Raymond H. Trice and Bernice L. Lawless, both of Seaford. Kendor D. Taylor and Nicole M. Pressley, both of Rehoboth Beach. William J. Timmons and Susan O'Connell, both of Fenwick Is- land. James W. Harris Jr., Millsboro and Lisa J. Walls, Milford. in 1971 for the purpose of recogniz- ing young women of in- tellect and leadership. The pro- gram is re- sponsible for awarding FUNDS more than $100 million in tuition, grants and scholarships. Scholarships are Donald J. McCorry and Dawn Ellingsworth, both of George- town. Francis E. Hoesch, Ocean View, and Sandra R. Matthews, Bethany Beach. Eugene R. Cox and Betty Jo McCabe, both of SelbyviUe. Lorenzo Predeoux and Lakia T. Drummond, both of Frankford. Alfred C. Bunting IV, Sel- byville, and Karen A. Layton, Berlin, Md. Ronald W. Hall and Kimberley I. Snead, both of Millsboro. Richard L. Wilkerson and Lisa L. Wingate, both of Laurel. Cyrus L. Knowles and Denise M. Smith, both of Seaford. J. Bryan Quillen II and Amy R. Willey, both of Selbyville. Charles W. Melson Jr. and Tammy J. Johnson, both of Del- mar. Ruben S. Trader and Jacqueline Mills, both of Delmar. David A. Floyd and Michelle R. Spangler, both of Millsboro. Peter M. Johnson, Selbyville, and Altoria S. Turnage, Millsboro. Richard M. Appleby III and Dorothy E. Hughes, both of Re- hoboth Beach. John E. Dunn Jr. and Joy A. Bradford, both of Seaford. Joshua D. Whaley and Nancy L. King, both of Seaford. Samuel R. Ogden II and Evelyn B. Todd, both of Bakertown, W.Va. Jaime and Cynthia Carrillo, Births Georgetown, March 4, son. Donnie and Karen Webster, Lewes, March 4, son. Bruce and Melissa Collins, Sel- Beebe Medical Center, byville, March 3, daughter. Lewes, Delaware Levin Clark Jr. and Keni-Joy Chad and Jill Elliott, George- Waiters, Selbyville, March 5, town, Feb. 27, son. daughter. Adrian Serman, Frankford, Jeff and Wendy.Ward, George- March 3, daughter, town, March 5, daughter. Calentine honored for children's services work Raggatha Calentine, Sussex County coordinator for Child, Inc., has been chosen as one of the three winners of the 1998 Delaware Tomor- row Awards, sponsored by the Family & Workplace Connection. The award recognizes those who have made outstanding contributions to the well-being of Delaware's children. The other wirmers were Delaware Gov. Tom Carper and Zeneca Inc. The awards were presented as part of the Family & Workplace Connection's benefit, A Toast To Tomorrow, held March 12 at the Bowman Conference Center in Newark. Calentine is being honored for her dedication to enriching the lives of parents and children through her roles as a parent educator, community volunteer and storyteller. In her position with Child, Inc., Calentine sets up and teaches parenting programs throughout Sussex County. As a Na- tive American storyteller, she captivates audiences with stories that car- ry strong messages of self-esteem, diversity and substance abuse pre- vention. In addition, Calentine volunteers with The Village Crier and th e-en6-'pr,  ntvm FCrgrag, ....................... based on scholastic achievement, leadership, community involve- ment and individuality. A mini- mum of more than $100,000 intu- ition scholarship will be awarded in the Delaware competition. There are separate talent and es- say competitions that have no bearing on who wins the state ti- tle. Two age divisions will be judged: 13 to 15.and 16 to 18 and two winners will be crowned. Local contestants are Allison Funds from Rehoboth Beach, Abi- gail Porter from Lincoln, Ashley Schlitter from Milton and Erin Williams from Lincoln. Entertain- ment will be provided by Laura Ludwig Moss, Miss Delaware 1988; Susan Ludwig, Miss Delaware National Teenager 1990; Nikki Gouker, Miss Mary- land National Teenager'1997; Aimee Parker, Miss Delaware Ju- nior National Teenager 1997; and Triwania Deshields, Miss Delaware National Teenager 1997. Preliminary talent, essay and evening gown competitions will be held on Saturday, March 14, at 6:30 p.m. This event is free. The pageant finals will take place on Sunday, March 15, at 4 p.m. Tick- ets are $8 for adults, $5 for chil- dren 12 and under. r  SHOP-IN-HOME SERVICE Unique Selections Opholstery . Wallcovefings Call Now! Tickets will be available at the door. For more information, con- tact state director Susanne Lud- wig, 302-456-3447. ESCAPE WHll AMTRAK" GREAT 61XWAY FARES. 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