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Cape Gazette SCHOOL & EDUCATION FRIDAY, MARCH 27 - MONDAY, MARCH 30, 2015 99 BLACK HISTORY PROGRAM HONORS THE PAST IN MILTON DENY HOWETH PHOTOS HOB ELEMENTARY SCHOOl. celebrated Black History Month with a program March 13. Children an~ l:larent~ watched the program from a packed a~Jclitori- urn, This year the Rev. John Moore shared in the message of Today, Honoring the Past While Celebrating in the Present. The Rev. John Moore performs an interpretation of The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.'s I Have a Dream speech. " .... Briefly )) Family Science Night set March 30 The Delaware Biotechnology Institute and the Sussex County Science Fair invite families to attend a fun-t-filed family science night from 6 to 8 p.m., Monday, March 30, at Beacon Middle School. Through hands-on ac- tivities, participants will learn how science uses small changes to create big effects on food, the environment and health. Pizza will be provided. All ages are welcome. Registration can be completed at http://www.dbi. udel.edu/programs/education- al-programs/science-night. For more information call 302-831- 6173. Scholarship applications due April 1 App!ications for the 2015 Del- marv~/Poultry Industry Inc. College Scholarship Program must be received at the DPI of- fice by' April 1. Undergraduate applicants must be students in good standing at any accredited, degree-granting institution in the United; States. The program is also open to high school seniors who have been accepted to an accredited, degree-granting in- stitution. Individuals must have an aca(]emic major in a subject area relevant to any segment of Delmarva's poultry industry ,and be plgmning a career in this lndustry. An official transcript must accompany each applica- tion. GriadlJate student applicants ~ . . must meet the above criteria, and individuals must be engaged in research that directly benefits Delmarva's poultry industry. Application forms and addition- al scholarship information are available on the DPI website at www.dpichicken.org under DPI College Scholarship Program or by contacting the DPI office at 800-878-2449 or dpi@dpich- icken.com. Rianna White of Lewes makes RIT dean's list Rianna White of Lewes made the dean's list for the fall 2014-15 semester at Rochester Institute of Technology. White is a third- year student in the business technology program in RIT's National Technical Institute for the Deaf. Students make dean's list Salisbury University an- nounced its dean's list for the fall 2014 semester. Georgetown-area residents include Katelyn Barcus, Karen WalIs and Bridget Wilgus. Lewes-area residents include Jacob Latta-Morissette, Nicholas, Marsh, John Merz and Rachel Smith. Millsboro-area residents include Emily Hall, Taylor Rog- ers and Lukas Saylor. Milton-area residents include Dustin Gooch, Rhett Malone and Kimberly So- boczenski, and Lincoln resident Shannon Hollingsworth also made the list. Lewes man awarded degree Boston University awarded academic degrees to 1,664 stu- dents in January 2015. Among the graduates was Lewes man Marcelle S. Schiff, who received a doctor of musical arts in music education. Mallorie Parsons named to dean's list Mallorie L. Parsons of Mills- boro has been named to the fall semester dean's list at Radford University, Radford, Va. Parsons is a senior recreation, parks and tourism major. To be named to the dean's list, a student must have taken 15 or more credit hours and have a grade point average of 3A or above with no grade below a C. aET YOIIll 10BE CLEAN TOBA! ' A ilde v, A old & Soil Ruin Homes (% FREE ESTIMATES *. Seniors 10% Discount , Decks" Windows. Driveways. Docks. Gutters J The Wash BUggy 3O2-752-856O 410~749~537 Visit Washbuggy.com Serving Locals Since 1990 - Licensed and Insured Call the company that locals have been using for 22 years! African-American jazz musicians are portrayed by Jayden Mifflin, left, and Chris Brown, accompanied on drums off stage by Exavier Cephas. Beverline Holloman vogues with dancers at the opening of the pro- gram. GUTTER CLEANING SEAMLESS GUTTERS The Dover High School Funky Bunch Band, under the direction of Lenny Knight, plays music to a full house of elementary students. Andre Bullock, right, sings "Sister Rosa" with great feeling, backed up by Daniel Saez on the left. Seamless Gutters 5", 6" 25 Gutter Colors Free Estimates G PGaPd'" Gutter protection, system, never clean No Deposits Required Satisfaction memmmme your gutters again Guaranteed Gutter Cleaning & Repairs ....................................................... W' h GutterGard" Installation 100 Lineal Feet. Mus'r PltngT COUPON AT 11E 11kE Of ISTIMAll. NOT VAUD ~ ANY OTHER OFFER. Expires 6/30/15