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CAPE GAZEq[TE, Friday, March 27 - April 2, 1998 - 31 Sara Besche competes in Miss Delaware National Teen Pageant Sara Christina Besche, 15, the Central High School, where she daughter of Tom and Cathy Besche of Georgetown, recently won scholarships valued at more than $14,000 at the 1998. Miss Delaware National Teenage Scholarship Pageant. The event was held at the Re- hoboth Beach Convention Center on Saturday and Sunday, March 14 and 15. Sara was judged on scholastic achievement, leadership, commu- nity service, communication skills, appearance and poise. She also performed a gymnas- tics and dance routine as her tal- ent, which was judged separately. Sara is a freshman at Sussex has been an honor roll student, class secretary, class homecoming representative, member of the stu- dent council, Key Club and A.F.S. She is also on the Central field hockey and soccer teams. Sara likes to volunteer her time in the community and church, working with children in the His- panic Playschool Program, READ-ALOUD Delaware and as- sisting with Sunday school class- es. By taking part in the pageant, Sara was able to gain valuable public relations experience and meet many interesting people. She is looking forward to com- peting in scholastic pageants in the future. Pro Audio for Church Sara Christina Besche, the daughter of Tom and Cathy Besche of Georgetown, re- cently won scholarships in the Miss Delaware National Teenage Scholarship Pageant, held in Rehoboth Beach. Sussex Gardeners to restore Rehoboth's W'ddflower Park with help of Eagle Scout The Sussex Gardeners have an- nounced plans to restore the Wild- flower Park, located at Fifth and Kent streets in Rehoboth Beach. It will be a joint project with Joe Jaszemski, an Eagle Scout candi- date in Troop 85, sponsored by the Kiwanis Club. Jaszemski, 16, a sophomore at Sussex Central High School, has completed all of his scouting badges and is pursu- ing his Eagle Scout status. Maintenance of the city-owned park has been an ongoing project of the Sussex Gardeners since 1983. The "work is expected to be completed by Memorial Day and everyone is invited to stop by and watch the progress. Conference Making a joyful noise sound even better is the aim of the "Pro Audio for the Church" conference scheduled for March 28 at Delaware Technical & Communi- ty College, Owens Campus. Sponsored by Mid-South Audio of Georgetown and Delaware Tech, the all-day conference be- gins at 8:30 a.m. in the campus theatre; included are lectures, demonstrations, and hands-on workshops. Emphasis is placed on specific needs of various houses of wor- ship: use of microphones, speaker arrays, acoustic variations, wire- less microphones and systems for the hearing impaired. Nationally known audio pro- duction professionals will share their expertise and answer ques- tions about proper use of church set March 28 equipment, from small lecture systems to complex sound rein- forcement systems. Richard Chilvers, president of a professional audio manufacturing and distribution firm, will discuss "Preparation for Sound System Installation." George Cumbee, an audio consultant and owner of a Christian music recording studio, will offer tips on "Mixing Live Sound in the Church." The topic of "Left-Center-Right Technology for Houses of Worship" will be addressed by Joel Motel, national sales manager for a professional audio firm. Cost of the conference is $50 for one member of an organiza- tion, and $10 for each additional member. For more information, contact Corporate & Community Programs at 302-854-6966. Lions Club plans leader dog program March 30-31 Delaware's Lions Club will hold their annual leader dog pro- gram on Monday and Tuesday, March 30 and 31. Bill Haddon, from Lynchburg, Va., will speak about his experiences with a leader dog (a dog for the blind), and will bring with him his dog, Molly. On Monday, March 30, the pro- gram will be held at the Laurel American Legion Post at 6:30 p.m. The cost is $13 and checks can be made payable to the Laurel Lions Club and sent to William Hitch at 101 Lake Dr., Laurel, DE 19956. On Tuesday, the program will be held at the Delaware City Fire Hall at 6 p.m. The cost is $12 and checks can be made payable to Gl Li Cub. Eheek eat be sent to Deborah Thompson, 299 Shisler Court, Newark, DE 19702. Leader Dogs for the Blind was founded in 1939 and is the largest dog guide training school for the blind in the western hemisphere and the second largest in the world. Located in Rochester, Mich., Leader Dog has graduated more than 10,000 dogs. Leader Dogs for the Blind graduates more than 300 students annually from all over the world. For more information about these or other upcoming Lions programs, call Bill Hitch at 875- 2005 or Debbie Thompson at 302- 368-8544. For more information about Leader Dogs, call Kirby K_rams at M0-43g-3%2. Subscribe to the Cape Gazette. call 645-7700 PUT YOUR S INTO IT. t Here's a heart-warming event people of all ages can enjoy. Join Rehoboth Outlets and the American Heart Association on Saturday, March 28 for the Smart Hearts Outlet Walk. Everybody walks away a winner with $1,000 worth of prizes and special walker dis- counts at many outlet stores. To walk and win, register at Reebok in Center #1 from 10 AM - 11 AM. 888-SHOP333 302-226-9223 Over 140 tax-free outlets. Rt. I in Rehoboth Beach, DE. Merchant's Attic II! / TheState's (1) which will be donated to Habitat For Humanity. Admission "is ust one penny Sponsored by the Rehoboth Beach/Dewey Beach Chamber of Commerce 227-2233, ext. 11 Coffee and fresh-baked goods will be available Saturday, March 28th. 9:00 a.m. - 2 p.m. REHOBOTH BEACH CONVENflON HALL, REHOBOTH AVENq