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Marimne Wltmx photo Milton Middle students fly high Keith Sweeney, a student in Joanne Reihm's fifth grade class at Milton Middle School, prepares to launch his group's handmade plane Match 20 while learning the mechanics of marketing a product through the Junior Achievement busi- ness class being taught this year. CAPE GAZE['rE, Friday, March 28- April S, 1997 - 47 Sussex Tech announces honor rolls Grade 9: James Artis, Cherie Bailey, Chanel Beckwith, Stacey Bennington, Karla Betts, Angela Blanchett, Michael Boese, Marcy Bowden, Jessica Bunting, Thomas Bunting, Kashina Burton, Christi- na Bush, Sara Beth Caldwell, Laurie Cannon, Emily Cordrey, Lisa Coverdale, Howard Crew, April Custins, Valerie Dahling, Tameka Deshields, Kira DiSabati- no, Tamara Duffle, Tammy Eames, Nicole Farmer, Melissa Farren, Kirby Fitzgerald, Victoria Goslee, Jessica Griffith, Joseph Haughey, Jose Hood, LeCreda Houchens, Denis Huber, Janel Humpton, Dana Hutchison, Miguel Jarillo, Benjamin Jones, Jill Jones, Krystalyn Kirschner, Holly Laurenzi, Katrina Leiter, John Lewis, Devon Lofland, Melissa Lofland, Michael Mann, Antionette Miller, Cameron Mor- gan, Lindsay Morris, Thomas Neel, Brent Parsons, Abigail Porter, Megan Pyles, Nathan Sapp, Kate Schutte, Mary Spald- ing, Luke Styers, Heather Tallent' Daikri Villa, Robin Warrington, Dawn Wilkerson and John Williams. Grade 10: Elizabeth Adkins, Laurie Adkins, Jovan Banks, James Brittingham, Jeffrey Carey, Sherri Chalmers, Roger Clarke, Timothy Coleman, Ed- ward Cook, Henry Cornell, Michael Dennis, Eric Dutton, Ed- ward Dyer, Daniel Dypsky, Dean- gello Eley, Melissa Forbes, Michelle Fox, Katharine Fudge, Jamel Gibbs, Elisa Gill, Julie Gould, Karon Grady, Sara Hard- esty, Jennifer Hawley, Tina Hearn, Dianne Henry, Rebekah Henry, Barry Hill, Rebecca Hold- ing, Meghan Johnson, Shane Kiser, Stephanie Krause, Saman- tha Lachmann, Stephanie Lank- ford, Kenneth Lewis, Tracy Lil- lard, Larhonda Mallory, James Massey, Kimberly Massey, Ny- tasha McCaskill, Jackie Moore, Wendy Morris, Meryha Neate, Deidria Parker, Mark Phillips, Dana Pierce, David Rehkamp, Anthony Savini, Katie Schreffler, Karen Seal, Matthew Shaffer, Crystal Short, Johnna Smith, Lu- cas Snigier, Melissa Stevenson, Lauren Taylor, Jaime Toner, Kyle Truitt, Lisa Williams, Rondell Wise, Brianne Worrell, Brandi Wright, Carla Wright, and April Young. Grade U: Ashley Adams, Lisa Benton, Amy Bliss, Keith Brock, Svetlana De- myashkevich, Triwania Deshields, Zandra Dixon, Tynisha Downing, Marisa Erdman, Court- ney Jones, Melania Joseph, Katherine Kercher, William Krewina, Guerlande Lamy, Keri LongstreeL Alan Messick, Veron- ica Miller, Channell Moreland, Carla Morton, Randall O'Neal, Maria Phillips, Keith Rogers, Rene Schalch, Angie Steen, Jamie Stout, Jera Walker, Tyvette Ward and Sabrina Whaley. Grade 12: Kimberly Betts, Roy Carlson, J. Patrick Connor, Angela Culley, Amy Curtin, Robin Cutolo, April de Silva, Jamie Erdman, Whifley Forbes, David Fudge, Kristian Gillespie, John Graham, Kelly Hack, Amy Holloway, Kelly Kolbe, Misty Krewina, James Lankford, Brian Long, Stephanie Long, August Schutte, Sarah Smith, Holly Snigier, Dawn Tay- lor, Douglas Thomas. Townhouses Pontoons Can work magic on any_ budget! CALL 644-2209 Lynne Johnston Chichi i Shields students exhibit at ferry terminal Matt Hansen, a Shields Elementary School student artist, is one of several youngsters to contribute art to a display for the Cape May-Lewes Ferry Terminal Art teacher Bonnie Miller greets Matt as he gets a look at the exhibit, =Gadget Paint- ing.  The students who created work for the exhibit study with Mrs. Mahoney. The exhibits at the terminal are changed approximately every six weeks. Georgetown AAUW to meet; scholarship offered The American Association of University Women in Georgetown will meet April 17 to celebrate their 40th anniversary. The dinner meeting will be held at the Lamp Post Restaurant in Lewes. The cost is $15 in- chiding gratuity. The special guest will be Lt. Gov. Ruth Ann Minner as "Woman of the Year." The program will feature Allen Clarke, speaking on "Know Your Neighbor - Life of the Amish." Members should call Rose Snider at 539-7911 orPat Rockett at 645-6438 to make reserva- tions. Deadline for reservations is April 10. The American Association of University Women will give an $800 scholarship to a female high school senior. The applicant must have at least a 3.0 grade point average and major in math or science. The dead- line for an application is June 1. Call Rose Snider at 539-7911 or Lillian Dean at 227-2428 for an application. Every Kid deserves a week of Summer Camp Saturday April 5th l Oa.m.- 2p.m. 05 Church Street Rehoboth Beach Sussex arnily YlVlCA 227-8018