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34 - CAPE GAZETYE, Friday, April 14 - April 20, 1995 Portraits Kristen Seal photo M.I.T. program moves to H.O. Brittingham Derek Wells and Mary McManaman display their experi- ment entitled "Surface Tension  at the M.I.T. Program (Multi- ple Intelligences and Talents) project and performance day at ILO. Brittingham Elementary School on Tuesday, March 28 The M.LT. Program, under the direction of Anne Hilton and Jane Ellan Golde, will complete their tour of Cape District schools at Milton Middle School in May. Kerry KeLer photo Local veterans honor Cape student Isiah Justice of the Cape Heniopen High School Junior ROTC program was honored at the board of education meet- ing on Thursday, March 23 for his outstanding performance in the JROTC program. Justice has performed exceptionally in both JROTC as well as co-curricular activities. Shown from (L to r.) is CoL Ron Erale and Justice, as Veteran of Foreign Wars Post 7447 Commander Butch Imperial presents a certifi- cate and medaL Cape High County Band participants... The'following Cape Henlopen High School students were chosen to participate in the All Sussex County Jr. and Sr. High Honors Band: back row (1. to r.) Karen Miller, Wesley Piper, Corey GrolL and Carolyn Gorgy. Fifth row (1. to r.) Jamie Hill, and Abram Lambertson. Fourth row (1. to r.) Jimmy Baker, Cheryl McDaniel and Angie Davis. Third row (L to r.) Rachel Bone, Rob Brandt and Kim Friedenreich. Second row (1. to r.) Robin Dorman, Wrix McIlvane and Sheely Beauchamp. Front row (L to r.) Courtney Gregerson, Lusha Saums, Dawn Cintavey, Adrienne Beideman, Mike Parke and Brad Travis. ... and All.State Band participants Cape Henlopen High School freshman Courtney Gregerson and junior Rob Brandt were both selected to perform in the Delaware All- State Band recital on Friday, March 17. Kston Seal photo0 Kflst Seal photo Cape High students win poster contest Cape Heniopen High School students junior Rabort Savage and senior Vanessa Cordrey placed first and second respec- tive]ly in the Governor's Committee on Employment of People With Disabilities pester contest. The statewide contest al- lowed five entries from each school. Savage placed first in the state, receiving a $400 check and Cordrey placed second, receiving a $300 check. Winners will tentatively meet with Gov. Carper in his oITice on April 27 to receive their awards. Kdsten Seal photo Cape High holds Multi-cultural Awareness Day Faculty and students at Cape Heniopen High School celebrate Multi-cultural Awareness Day on Friday, March 31. Seen here, from left to right, are Fred Harvey, Spanish teacher Gra- cie Gibbs-Tablet, Cecilia Jones, Natasha Jones, Fatima Muhammed and Donnika Custls. The awareness day was sponsored by Cape's Positive Self Image group (PSI). Harvey, PSI co- chair, states, %his is a day to celebrate cultural awareness where anybody can represent a culture, not necessarily their own, through music, food, artifacts and traditional garb.