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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, April 14 - April 20, 1995 - 35 Portraits Yattmm Seal DA.R.E. program essay winners Lewes Middle School fifth grade D.A.R.E. essay contest win- ners were given the opportunity to work side by side with adults whose careers are of interest to the students. On Tues- day, April 4, future teachers (L to r.) Beth Hitchens, Tara Shorthose and Joanna Woody spent the day in the classroom helping LMS teachers Nancy Battagllni, Mayola Clark and Cindy Dean. CpL Brendan Warner (middle) is the D.A.R.E. advisor who organized the career day. The DE. program students were asked to write essays explaining their future career choices and 10 students were chosen to experience first hand what their chosen jobs require. Other career pos- sibllities chosen by contest winners include a doctor, veteri- narian, photographer, dance instructor and astronaut. Kerry Kester photo Skateworld donates to Rehoboth computer drive Students from Rehoboth Elementary School are doing their part for the computer fund dri- ve. Skateworld offered the students a night of skating for half price, then donated all of the proceeds for computers. It donated $300 from the Monday, April 10 admission sales. The school now has 26 of its goal of 30 computer stations. In back from (1. to r.) are Shariff Spane, Robert Blizzard of Slmteworld, Patrick Hood and Casey Cooper. In front are Brandy Toomey, Curtis Roinhart, P.J. Moore, Colby Cooper and Margo Mitchell Kristen Seal photos Aviation art contest winners Two Cape Henlopen High School students, freshman John Floyd and freshman Chia Chun Cheng are second and first place winners in the 1995 International Aviation Art Contest, category III ages 13 through 16, in the state of Delaware. Working within the theme of "My Own Flying Machine" the students drew fantasy flying machines as entries for the con- test. First place winner, Cheng, will receive a $100 savings bend and second place winner, Floyd, will receive a $75 sav- ings bend. Judging of the artwork on the national level is the next step and then the best piece in the nation will be judged in Paris, France for the international first place winner. At left, Milton Middle School fifth grader Andrew Hopkins placed third in the 1995 International Aviation Art Contest, category II ages 9 through 12 in Delaware. He will receive a $50 savings bond for his winning entry. Judging for the contest was held on Friday, Feb. 24 and the presentation of awards will be held on Friday, April 28 at Wilmington College. The contest was sponsored by the Delaware Aeronautics Administration and the Delaware Aerospace Educa- tion Foundation. Delaware Tech nursing students pledge commitment The 24th annual Capping Ceremony for first year nursing students at Delaware Tech South- ern Campus, Georgetown, was held March 20, representing the individual's commitment to service. Judy Mazzini, MSN, RN, CNAA and director of nursing at Milford Memorial Hospital, was the featured speaker, with Scott Camac and James Mears, class co-chairs, also addressing stu- dents and invited guests. The following students participated: Rebecca Beard, Deidre Jones, Pamela Lane and Dar- lene Santee, all of Bridgeville; James Shaffer of Blades; Scott Camac of Camden; Carrie Resick of Clarksville; Amy Lee Tyndall of Delmar; Barbara Ann Beebe of Dover;, Irene Millican of EI- lendale; Amy Ronee Burton, Jessica Griffith and Aretha Mitchell, all of Frankford; Laura Bell. Burkett of Frederica; Lisa Brittingham, Sherri Buckley, Carla Cannon, Charlene Duncan, Lisa Kendorski, Holly Marvel and Margaret Walker, all of Georgetown; Kim Ksebe of Harbe- son; Rose Conway, Lori DiBiase, Phyllis Layton, Naomi Marine, MaryAnne Roberton, Chris- tine Speight and Natasha Ward, all of Laurel; Lauren MacArthur, Sue Ann Warrington and Amy Zullo, all of Lewes; Velma Crudgington, Darlene DeChicchis, Stephanie Prebula and Rhonda Ward, all of Milford; Irene Berchock, Marlene Coursey and Beth Haldeman, all of Millsboro; Jim Mears of Millville; Linda Graybeal Callaway and Dawn Stewart, both of Milton; Cynthia Richardson of Ocean View; Sharon DeLaurier of Rehoboth Beach; Nancy Farley, Kim Mears, S. Michelle Obermire, Mary Ellen Phillips, Doris Ridinger and Carolyn Stevenson, all of Seaford; Rita Gentile and Debra Richardson, beth of Selbyville, and Tabitha Mills.Masten of SmyrnL