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72 - CAPE GAZETTE - Friday, April 11 - Monday, April 14, 2008 At right, Milton Elementary School" fifth- grader Mia Azato, winner of a John Kenneth Derrickson Memorial Scholarship for her multimedia work "Undersea-Atlantic," is excit- ed about the Rehoboth Art League classes she plans to take this year. At left, Rehoboth Art League Education and inter- im Executive Director Lee Mills stands by as Julie Skerrett, RAL education/out- reach coordinator, presents David Luna, a Sussex Central High School junior, with the Village Improvement Association Award for his fantasy animation, "Cooking With Frank." Austin Kitchen, a student at Beacon Middle School, shares a laugh with his sister Louvis, as he shows friends his landscape selected for inclusion in the Young at Art 2008 show. Young at Art features the works of local students By Georgia Leonhart Cape Gazette staff People young, old and every- one in between were delighted and inspired at the opening recep- tion of the Rehoboth Art League's 11th Annual Young at Art show featuring artworks by 268 stu- dents from 26 Sussex County schools. "One of the great pleasures of this exhibit is watching how strongly the students respond to having their artwork selected and exhibited, and our excitement in knowing that many of the young artists will be back for classes in the summer," said interim art league Executive Director Lee Mills during the Saturday, April 5 reception. "Their artwork is a source of pliide, joy and accomplishment. This reinforces the need for qual- ity art education in our schools," Continued on page 77 Eagle's Nest student Jake Salisbary explains how he creat- ed his artwork, "Rainbow Trout," using paint, markers and colored pencils. Anything from A to Z Large or Small "If you get bids, make sure one is ours" Commercial- Residential 945-2627 " 945-8207 DICK ENNIS Welcome Back Re.opening April 18th with all your favorites: Lobster Rolls, Bison Burflers. Sl  I)rauflhts durin B Happy Hour "Your Neithborhood Bar at the BeaeM" Georgia Leonhart photos