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48 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, March 27 - April 2, 1998 Cape-Delmar Texaco academic matchup on radio March 29 Cape Henlopen High School took on Delmar High School in a Texaco Academic Challenge and the program will air on WDOV radio (1410 AM) on Sunday, March 29, at I0:30 a.m. The award-winning program, Kristen Foery, Chris Goering, now in its 10th year, pits four-per- Beth Redden, Mark Redden, son teams from Delaware high Bryan Ruddy and Matthew schools in fast-paced academic Wilcox. competition. They are coached by Sam Grif- Cape's team was composed of fin. Shields Book Fair a success Shields Elementary School hosted its annual Book Fair in the school library recently. The Book Fair provides children the opportunity to buy books and related items for their home collections and to help fundraising efforts by the PTA. Greta Howk was among the children shopping at this year's fair. She is shown here paying volunteer Cathy Berl for the posters and other items she purchased. Community parenting program offered in Lewes on March 30 Building responsibility and im- proving relationships between parents and young teens will be the focus of a series of discussion sessions beginning Monday, March 30, at Lewes Middle School. The discussions will be based on Systematic Training for Effective Parenting of Teens (STEP/Teen), which was devel- oped by American guidance Ser- vices of Minnesota. STEP/Teen is a sequel to Systematic Training for Effective Parenting (STEP), the most widely used parent edu- cation program in the country. STEP/Teen encourages mutual respect between parents and teens. It leads to increased cooperation, more effective communication, and a more responsible, self-re- liant attitude among youth. The sessions will explore the very unique issues faced by middle school students who are only be-" ginning to face the challenges of adolescence; A series of four sessions will be held at 6:30 p.m. in the Lewes Middle School Library. The ses- sions will be held by Heidi Quillen, L.C.S.W., who is a Cape District school social worker. To register, please contact Ms. Quillen at 645-7748 and indicate whether you need child care in or- der to attend. Wilmington College society accepted into chapter The nursing honor society of Wilmington College will be ac- cepted as the Omicron Gamma chapter of Sigma Theta Tau In- ternational honor society of nurs- ing, in a chartering ceremony at 2 p.m. on Sunday, March 29, at the Wilmington Manor Lions Club. The society is composed of chap- ter honor societies that are located at more than 4,000 college and university campuses. ()PEN HOUSE Saturday, March 28 11:00 a.m.- 1:00 p.m. Spring Lake Highway One across from BayMart Shopping Center Rehoboth Beach 2 bedroom, 2 bath units Unit #501 - Your Host: Derrick Lingo Unit #435 - Your Hostess: Betty Anderson LMS Early Explorers Lewes Middle School stu- dents Jamarr Tabron and Alieia Miller pose after their presentation of a multimedia research report on Early Ex- plorers." Dr. Marvin Morris' fifth-grade students learned the program HyperStudio as part of the Multiple Intelli- gences and Talents Program, instructed by their teacher, Anne Hilto