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Angle Moon photo "Standing Up for Life" in Cape Region St. Edmond's Respect Life Committee organized its annual Good Friday prayer vigil known as "Stand Up for Life  outside of St. Jude's Catholic Church north of Lewes. Above, Kevin M. Waller, age 19, of Rehoboth Beach, a student at Howard T. Ennis School in Georgetown, shares his love and whimsey during the peaceful abortion protest. Kevin, who has cerebral palsy CAPE GAZETYE, Friday, April 4- April 10, 1997 - 23 Casa San.Francisco benefit luncheon silent auction slated for April 26 A luncheon and silent auction to benefit programs at Casa San Francisco will be held Saturday, April 26 at Crabbers Cove, Rud- dertowne, Dewey Beach, begin- ning at 11:30 a.m. Over 150 items will be auctioned, and a raffle and door prizes will be available. Casa San Francisco is a full ser- vice outreach center located in Milton, and has been serving thousands of needy persons in Sussex County 'since 1981. Ser- vices include emergency shelter for the homeless, adult education, after school children's program, a food co-op, financial crisis allevi- ation and emergency food assis- tance. The proceeds from the auc- tion will help support the emer- gency shelter and the after school children's program. To make a reservation, call Casa at 684-8708. C00lttma On the Avenue Rehoboth Beach and austistic tendencies, was adopted at the age of one year. audiences. She said that the arts Dean Continued from page 22 reach theatre program that draws students to the Dlaware Tech College campus in Georgetown. She said, "When we bring chil- dren into the theatre here, they are getting a quality experience in an intimate theatre. They are close to the stage, they are seeing profes- sional actors, and they are seeing productions thaf are selected for relevancy to their particular cur- riculum. "And the children are, without exception, wonderfully prepared, their etiquette is good, they are knowledgeable about what they are going to see." Dean said that the SCAC has continually sought theatre compa- nies that provide study guides and follow-up discussion guidelines and evaluations for their young council also initiated meetings with teachers to help in the selec- tion process so that productions can reflect areas of study included in school curriculum. Dean said that the arts council is becoming increasingly active in scheduling workshops with edu- cators and in helping to train teachers to see teaching a variety of subjects from a theatre and dra- ma point of view. She pointed out that all educators have to be think- ing about building toward a grad- uation credit in the arts. "If they don't get some help and guidance here, they will have tO seek it somewhere since this is a new concept for many," she said. 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"I've appreciated the different personalities that I have dealt with as we selected and exhibited our artists," she said. "But I think, contrary to opinion, artists are not that different from the rest of the population. I can honestly say that almost all of the mists that I have dealt with have been interesting. "And of course, it is exciting to Continued on page 24 Fri. & Sat. 10-9 Sun. 11-5 Mon.-Thurs. 10-5:30 i Ion I[ss |HAN ll'ouJ DIIEANEIB Possunt[! Chapel Green...3 Bedroom Homes Starting from $129,900 The private Chapel Green community offers custom-designed. single-family homes at an affordable price. Open floor plans, ,all with 3 bdrms/2 full baths, and lots of standard features that other builders call options. Roomy two car garages, a concrete drive, brick to grade trim anti a brick front porch. Kitchens with ,all modern alpliances, hardwood floors, central air and more. On I/2 acre lots with a commt,nity water/sewer system. 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