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Submitted photo Local sorority member honored Barbara Catts of Lewes, a member of Xi Sigma chapter of Beta Sigma Phi, was recently honored by her chapter with the presentation of the Order of the Rose. The award is pre- sented to a member who has been active in the organization for 15 years and possesses the qualities of an ideal Beta Sigma Phi member. Catts has served in various capacities as officer and committee chairperson,and has been an outstanding member in every way. She is married to Dan Catts, is the mother of Jeff Catts, and is employed by the Lewes Board of Public Works. Catts, center, was presented with a pin and certificate in honor of her achievement by sororityVice Pres- ident Carolyn McClelland, and President Greta Ludwig. AGJa The Delaware Law Related Ed- ucation Center has presented its 2004 Outstanding Service Award to Attorney General M. Jane Brady. The award was pre- sented at the Delaware Council on the social studies awards dinner, held March 4, in conjunction with the Mid- dle States BRADY Council on the Social Studies Conference at the Dover Shera- ton. Brady, who serves as the president of the board of trustees of the Law Related EducatiGn Center, was commended foi: [aer work in advancing the cause of law-related education in Delaware. "The presentation of the Out- standing Service Award to Attor- ney General Brady highlights the d significant rote that elected offi- cials, particularly attorneys gener- al, can have in supporting civic education," said Patricia Quann, executive director of the Law Re- lated Education Center. Former award winners include educators and members of the legal profes- sion. The Delaware Law Related Ed- ucation Center Inc.. a nonprofit organization, has provided servic- es to Delaware's schools and the community for nearly a decade. Its most widely known programs are the Delaware High School Mock Trial competition and the We the People competition. The mission of the center is to provide resources to enhance the presence of law-related education initiatives in Delaware. It seeks to promote active learning experiences and skills de- velopment for students who need to function in a society based on the rule of law. GUTTER CLEANING SEAMLESS GUTTERS 1--800--GUTTER--1 Seamless Gutters 5", 6" & 7" . Gutter protection 25 Gutter Colors Free Estimates GutterGard system, never clean No Deposits Required Satisfaction rnomInnonn0wpvlmF your gutters again. Guaranteed Gutter Cleaning & Repairs, Guaranteed. *S0 OFF Gul-rm Plmllcn Srsllm SmO taw Foot Mm. 114oqr 'vo N  W/AN'V *S** OFF ",,' 'SlS OFF |1 QJUl ,", ImTum I ! I ! ! I CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, March 19 - March 25, 2004 - 67 A new Storytellers Guild is taking shape in Kent and Sussex counties, the result of three recent work- shops. Several of the storytellers who are members of the guild have already begun sharing-the, ir talents with area communities. Any organization wishing to host a program of stories is encouraged to call a guild member. Frances Johnson, known as Granny Franny, has been entertaining at the Kent County library for some time and is available to clubs or organizations, especially those geared toward younger children. She is a graduate of the Kent County workshop and has long been involved with READ-Aloud Delaware and local libraries. She can be reached at 284-3929. Johnson, a Viola resident, has puppets and will trav- el. Another workshop graduate is Dorothy Taylor of Seaford. Taylor specializes in reminiscent tales for adults and for children. She has a knack for deliver- ing a "down home" feeling as she relates her tales. She can be reached at 629-4079 and is also available to coordinate programs for organizations. For more information on how to become a story- teller or to arrange for a program, call Ted Ressler, known in storytelling Circles as Grandpa Ted, at 302- 697-1271 or by email at starting at 12noon Every Wednesday in March #:,i i:! : ...... i , : ! 8 gma00 o, 0," K.. I:i: Victoria's is Offering a 3 Course [: Lunch at a Special Prnce for i:  :.,'::: , ,.,." ,  .S' :::: .......... 2" % ... ::{ :.::::: ::::