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98 FRIDAY APRIL6 MONDAY. APRIL9.2012 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT Cape Gazette Division announces 2012 Junior Duck Stamp winners More than 30 artistic entries terpretation to K through 12 createdby students in kinder- students," said Dawn Webb, garten through grade 12 from coordinator of the Delaware over the state were judged Junior Duck Stampprogram. March 24 in the 2012 Junior Dorothy McCormick, age 8, Duck Stamp Contest. Winners the winner of this year's K-3 are on display at the Bombay grade division, said she stud- Hook National Wildlife Refuge led ducks in the pond near her Visitor Center near Smyrna through Saturday, April 7. Maria Ji, a 16 year-old from Wilmington and first-place winner for grades t0 through 12 won the Best of Show Award for the third consecu- tive year. Her acrylic painting . depicts a spectacled eider on the water. Second runner-up was Tony Monaco, age 11, of Seaford, for his oil painting of a Canada goose. Third runner-up was Millsbore home and in bird books to create her watercolor of an American wigeon. "When you start, you think it's about the art," said her mother, Shawna McCormick. "But you really need to understand the ducks and their environment." "The opportunity to com- pete in something is always an asset for kids' learning,!' said judge Rick Bern a member of Delaware's Advisory Council on Wildlife and Freshwater Hannah Doyle, age 12, ofFish and of Ducks Unlimited. Seaford, for herwatercolor of a "It gives kids the chance to green-winged teal. learn about-habitat around Maria's winning Duck them, to learn about wildlife Stamp entry will be judged along with other state winr ers Friday, April 20, in the Federal Junior Duck Stamp Design Contest sponsored by the U.S. >Fish and TCildlife S Jvice's Of- rice of the Interior and slated to be held this year at -the Patuxent Research Refuge in Laurel, Md., near Washington, around them." The judges also included Delaware Division of Fish and Wildlife Director David Saveikis; retired wildlife biolo- gist Bill Whitman, who found- ed the DeIaware Junior Duck Stamp Contest in 1994; well- known wildlife artist and Fed- era/Duck Stamp Competition D.C. The Best of Show Award winner Richard Clifton Of Mil- winner of the federalcompeti- ford; and Dan Stotts, biologist, tion will have his or her art- U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. work made into the 2012-13 Ju- Judges based their decisions nior Duck Stamp and will also on anatomical accuracy of the receive a $5,000 scholarship, waterfowl depicted, how well "The Junior Duck Stamp the work illustrates the species program is unique because it and its habitat, and which art- teaches biology and habitat work would translate best into conservation through scientif- a stamp. ic observation and artistic in- Continued on page 100 NorthEast to ho t cooking class April 18 NorthEast Seafood Kitchen, owned by Matt Haley of SoDel Concepts, and Head Chef Ron Burkte concludes the cooking workshop series with Good Earth Market at 6 p.m., Wednes- day, April 18. This month's presentation will highlight fresh, available spring and summer produce grown throughout the local and sur- rounding regions. Guest speaker Sue Ryan, owner of Good Earth Market in Clarksville, will also focus on some of her favorite products. As a result of demand and limited seating, NorthEast will take reservations for this event. To reserve, call the restau- rant directly or email manager Colby Pusey at colby@sodelcon- cepts.com or Burkle at ronnie@sodelconcepts.com. This will be the final demonstra- tion of NorthEast's free cooking workshop series in preparation for the summer season - come early to enjoy a cocktail wine. Drinks begin at 5:15 p.m. and will be served throughout the night. Begins at noon Prime rib. Honey Lamb Shank. Fresh & All Your Steakhouse Sundays - $17.99 Starts at Noon 316 Rehoboth Ave, Rehoboth Beach 227.1873 www.Finbarspub.com waterfowl. To date, more than Duck stamp $2.5 million has been raised. Duck Stamps go on sale July 1 for Continued from page 97 $9 and are required when hunt- ing migratory waterfowl in .Y te University. Museum hours Delaware. are 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday The division began requiring through Saturday. For more in- trout stamps in the 1950s. Trout formation about the museum, stamp art was first used in 1977. call 302-734-1618. The fees paid for Trout Stamps The 2013 Duck Stamp judges are used to purchase rainbow were Delaware Ducks Unlimited and brown trout from commer- % hairman Clif Bakhsh, artist cial hatcheries. The purchased Paul Shertz, collect6r Dan She- trout are stocked in two down- vock, art professional William state ponds and selected streams .Veasey and biologist Charlii in northern New Castle County Miller. for Delaware's spring trout sea- The 2013 Trout Stamp judges son. were collector Dan ShevocK bi- Duck and Trout Stamps are *01ogist Charlii Miller, art profes- available at the Division-of Fish sional Don Wujtewicz, Trout and Wildlife offices in the Unlimited member Bill O'Con- Richardson and Robbins Build- o aor, and angler/collector/biolo- ing at 89 Kings Highway in gist Roy Miller. Dover, at license agents through- DNREC's Division of Fish and out the state or at Wildlife, in partnership with www.fw.delaware.gov, which al- ucks Unlimited, began the so includes a list of license Delaware Duck Stamp and print agents. program in 1980 to raise funds Collector stamps and prints 'r6r waterfo wl conservation, in- are sold only at the division's ad- cluding acquiring and improving ministrative offices. the wetland habitats that are vi- For more information, call for the survival of migratory 302-739-9911. w/Too Much Fun All Talent Welcome 8:30-12:30pm Happy Hour 12-8 w/Too Much Fun All Talent Welcome APA Pool League "$3.50 Drink Specials APA Pool League $3.50 Happy.Hour~ Bar Singo 4:30 ~ Happy Hour11-8 ~"( ]~ BarBingo Live Music 8:30pm I~ ~ ve Music 9pm 8-ball Tour. 8pm JA[~ ~,;[S::;~i,~t+ ~ . .~:~,~,4 !;q!.! 4:30pm Karaeke Contest Live Music 9pm w/Tim "The Tune Man' w/Divine Proportion [! r- $3.50 9-ball Tour. 8pm $1,000 In Cash Prize,, Free Food ~ ,~ ink Specials ,l,~,~ k~-d~w, Wii TournamentStarts 9pm 7:30-10:30pm ~ ........ 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