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00iss Del. National Teenager Pageant April 21-22 The 2001 Miss Delaware Na-. based on scholastic achievement, Junior Teenager 2001. Andrews tional Teenager Scholarship leadership, community involve- won third place in the junior talent ment and individuality. In the Delaware competition, $ 100,000 in tuition scholarships will be awarded. There are separate talent and essay competitions that have no bearing on who will win the state title. Two age divisions will be judged: 12 to 15 and 16-18 and two winners will be crowned. Entertainment will be provided by Susanne Ludwig Rainville, Miss Delaware National Teenager 1990, Laura Ludwig Moss, Miss Delaware Teenager 1988, Aimee Parker, Miss Delaware National Teenager 2001, and Stephanie An- drews, Miss Delaware National competition at the Miss National Teenager Pageant, winning a $1,500 scholarship. This year, the pageant celebrates its 30th an- niversary and will pay tribute to former pageant winners. Preliminary talent, essay and evening gown competitions will be held at 7 p.m., Saturday, April 21. Tickets for Saturday's show are $5. The pageant finals frill take place at 4:30 p.m., Sunday, April 22. Tickets are $10 and will be available at the door. For more information, call 302- 762-6704 or visit www.home- town.aoi.com/deteenager/pag- Pageant will be held. April 21-22 at the Rehoboth Beach Conven- tion Center. Sixteen teenage girls ages 12 to 18 from around the state will compete scholarships, gifts and the chance to represent the First State at the Miss National Teenager Pageant to be held at Opryland USA in July. America's National Teenager Scholarship Program was formed in 1971 for the purpose of recog- nizing young women of intellect and leadership. The program is re- sponsible for awarding over $100 million in tuition, grants and scholarships. Scholarships are 00,.z,00imal communication workshop set April 28 shop, Wilson will be available for private one-on-one consultation, either as an animal communicator or a psychic, on Saturday evening or on Sunday, April 29. Wilson is a professional social worker who teaches basic coun- seling skills and who specializes in working with the adolescent and geriatric populations. She also specializes in areas of grief and loss, sexual abuse, addictions and relationships. Her animal communication workshop is geared to helping people open up telepathically to their animal companions and promises that each participant will receive a message from their ani- mal friend. Animal communication is not new. In the early 1950s, J. Allen Gena Wilson LCSW, an animal communicator from Greenbelt, Md., will conduct a New Realities experiential workshop on how to communicate with animal com- panions. The workshop will be held from 2 to 4 p.m., Saturday, April 28, at 33 Radcliffe Drive in Rehoboth. People who want to practice communication with a pet, or other animals should bring a picture of the pet to the work- shop. Interspecies communication is becoming more well known in the 21st century, due in part to the pioneering work of Penelope Smith in California. This workshop can help partici- pants get information about their animal's health, behavior issues, favorite foods, playtime activities and more. Following the work- A 4-week course is being offered to assist individuals in setting financial and investment goals. This class will alsobprovide a summary of the most common investments used by individuals in reaching their objectives. Classes meet one evening per week. Dales: April 25 - May 16 (Wednesdays) Time: 6 - 8 p.m. Location: Bethel United Methodist Chui'ch 129 W. 4th Street, Lewes Call 645-7710 to reserve a seat. Seating is limited and will be handled on a first-come, first-served basis. Boone wrote the classic "Kinship with All Life." In that work, he spoke about a silent universal lan- guage and a "mysterious bond which holds all created things in inseparable and harmonious kin- ship." Following Wilson's workshop, there will be a beach meditation on behalf of animal friends at 4:30 at North Shores. For more information on the workshop, or to schedule a private consultation with Gena Wilson, call 644-3570. The workshop fee is $20, payable at the door. "Serving Our 21 CAPE GAZETTE, Fric For May Lo in Bloom Available April 7! Our store is proud to be Ornament of the Month occasions the whole y( design each mont Also stop by to see all home decor arriving dai] E Cbriat00 161 Reh Reho 302 qD 2(301 Christopher Radko for Starad, inc. Eastern Shore lay, April 13 - April 19, 2001 - 29 a member of Christopher Radko's program, in celebration of special ar through! 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