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34 - CAPE GAZETYE, Friday, April 5 - April 11, 1996 Krlsten Sealphoto Epworth Pre-school students learn about spring farming Epworth Pre-School students were visited by Roger Townsend, vice president of J.J. Townsend on Friday, March 22 as a part of their community helpers unit. Townsend spoke to the children about planting peas, growing peas and the equipment used in local farming. Seen here with a tractor that Townsend brought especially for the program, are Max Townsend and Jackson Monigle (l-r) on the steps of the tractor and on the ground (l-r) are Roger Townsend, Connor Jones, teacher Pam Mancuso, Tricia Conlon, Carly Trageser, Coleen Mahaffie, Emily Southmayd, Miriah Hearn, Jenni Pignataro, Courtney Brand, Elizabeth Bur- ton, Ashley Herrin and teacher Camp Barnes accepting applications now Applications are now available for the Camp Barnes and the D.A.R.E. Summer Challenge pro- gram. Camp Barnes is located near Bethany Beach on Millers Creek. Participants in the D.A.R.E. Summer Challenge must be 10-13 years old and will reside at the camp from Monday .through Friday of their session. Bus transportation is provided to and from the camp. Kathy Thompson. The summer program combines traditional camp recreational ac- tivities (swimming, canoeing, sports, games, etc.) with adven- ture-based, outdoor learning through the use of low-level ele- ments and initiatives. The result is the acquisition of skills, self- confidence, personal motivation and cooperative spirit that will en- able participants to effectively cope with personal and social changes. Applications are now available at Delaware State Police Troop 7 and in most middle schools. For more information, call the Com- munity Services Section at (302) 739-5961. April is Community College Month in state April has been declared "Com- munity College Month" in Delaware by Governor Thomas Carper. Carper signed the procla- mation at a ceremony held March 29 at Delaware Tech, Stanton Campus, with student leaders pre- sent. Students from the Owens and Terry campuses were also able to witness the signing cere- mony and participate via interac- tive video. In the proclamation, Carper acknowledged the contri- butions of Delaware Tech in its service to over 36,000 citizens each year, the work of the College in partnership with business and industry, and the numerous ser- vices and programs that are of- fered to meet the diverse and changing needs of Delawareans. Eli named Cape High Teacher of Year Cape Henlopen High School band director and music teacher Barry Eli received flowers and a congratulatory bal- loon Wednesday afternoon, March 27 in recognition of being named Teacher of the Year for the school for 1996. His nomi- nation puts him in the running for Cape Heniopen School Dis- trict Teacher of the Year competition. He is shown here (at left) with Cape High Principal Dr. Ron Burrows and Assistant Principal Dr. Sue Dutton. Eli received the award just hours before leaving with members of the Cape Henlopen High band and chorus for annual spring competition in Orlando, Florida. "We are the first Delaware band to be invited to march in the night time Spectro-Magic Light Parade," said Eli. "Our jazz band and chorus will also be competing in Florida." Eli is an 18 year teaching veteran having taught the past 11 years in his present position. In 1985, he was named Outstanding Band Director at the Norfolk Azalea Festival. CHHS PTSA fundraiser May 4 Mark your calendars now for our community high school May 4th PTSA fundraiser. The PTSA is having an outdoor family event with craft fair, flea market, auc- tion and refreshments to raise money for our student scholarship and activity fund. All monies will go towards our Cape Henlopen students. Donated items will be auctioned off at I 1 a.m. You may reserve your own table space for $15 and reap your own rewards. Crafters are needed to round out the festiv- ities, and spaces are again $15, first come, first serve. Free admission to the event at Cape Henlopen High School with refreshments available from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Rain date is May 5. to reserve a table space, or for more information, call (302) 645- 6703 or write to P.O. Box 387, Nassau, De 19969--attention: Cape Henlopen PTSA. Cape Region residents UD grads A number of Cape Region stu- dents were graduated from the University of Delaware at Winter Commencement ceremonies held Jan. 6 in Newark. They include: Rehoboth Beach - Jeffrey E. Burkhart, bachelor of arts; Brian Kirkpatrick, bachelor of science in human resources; Kelli Anne Benyak Caldwell, master of in- struction; Ellen Ann Grzyboski Purple, bachelor of science in nursing; Everett D. Rogers, bach- elor of arts; and Jacklyn Johnson Shockley, master of instruction. Millsboro - Michele C. Betts Baker, master of instruction; Leslie Allen Dick, bachelor of arts; and Carisa Ann Hall Pepper, master of instruction. Harbeson - John I. Gause, mas- ter of instruction; Joanna Lynne Wright, bachelor of science in hu- man resources; , Lewes - Heather A. Daisey, bachelor of science in business administration; Jeffrey H. Gibson, bachelor of science in business administration; Vinay R. Hos- mane, bachelor of arts; Christine Devilbiss King, master of arts; Carla C. Maranto-Arnold, master of public instruction; Donna M. Janes Marrin, master of instruc- tion; Deanne E. Boyden Mc- Credie, bachelor of science in ed- ucation; Jeffrey S. Sopa, bachelor of arts; Rachel L. Tarburton, bachelor of arts in liberal studies; Rebecca L. Trifillis, bachelor of arts; and Ami E. Wilbur, doctor of philosophy. LEWES PRINTING 645-0404 Fax 645-8046 for oil your business and sooial printing needs. 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