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Club Con Cow plan distr Apri opp with tries, Inl larly mee! infoi and dent lnU Inl ing clube spon club tinued from page 26 Ity clubs.Club members also to attend the Interact Clubs' ct conference Saturday, 28, where they will have 1unities to meet arid network students from other coun- eract members are also regu- invited to attend Rotary ings where members present marion about their careers answer questions from stu- 'act and Rotary eract clubs are self-support- and self-governing service , for people ages 14' to 18, ;ored and guided by Rotary Describing the clubs as a worldwide phenomenon, Rotary officials report there are now more than 8,600 clubs in more than 100 countries and geograph- " ic areas. Each year, Interact clubs must complete at least two community service projects, one of which promotes international under- standing and goodwill. Goals of Interact membership include hav- ing club members develop net- works of local and international friendships and leadership skills and recognize the value of com- mitment and effort to achieve worthwhile goals. More.information about Rotary and Interact clubs is available at www.rotary.org/aboutrotary/inde x.html. Contact Georgia Zeonhart at g. I. le onhart @ comcast, net- cAPE GAZETYE - Tuesday, April 17 - Thursday, April 19, 2007 - 27 WI (stm Joh] Ken Vice App AI: admi until To Jewe are c from awar, Henl Geor C A1 lcoming the new Interact Club at Cape Henlopen are Lding, l-r) Assistant Principal Dianne Mrazeck, Principal h Yore and faculty advisors Heather Hastings and Esther rash. Kneeling are Interact President Amanda Welch and President Will Makowski. lications for nursing scholarship due May 11 plications for the Fifth Avenue Jewelers Nursing Scholarship aistered by the Delaware Nurses Association will be accepted Friday, May 11. encourage growth of the nursing workforce, Fifth Avenue ters will offer three $1,000 scholarships to graduating seniors who )ntinuing their education with a baccalaureate degree in nursing an accredited four-year institution. One scholarship, will be ted to a student from each of the following high schools - Cape )pen High School, Lewes; Sussex Central High School, :etown; and Indian River High School, Dagsboro. tpe Henlopen School District THE CAPE HENLOPEN SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD OF EDUCATION CORDIALLY INVITES YOU TO ATTEND GROUNDBREAKING CEREMONIES FOR THE NEW CAPE HENLOPEN HIGH SCHOOL 1 P.M. THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 2007 THE CAPE HENLOPEN HIGH SCHOOL SITE NEAR BACK ENTRANCE OF THE SCHOOL Representatives of the local Rotary clubs who are sponsoring and supporting Cape's Interact Club are (l,r) Interact Club representative and co-advisor Don Wilkinson, Interact Chairman Frank Mrazeck, Lewes Evening Rotary Club President Thomas Byrne, District Interact representative Susan Giove, Rehoboth Sunrise Rotary Club President Gene Abbott, and Sunrise Club President-elect Curtiss Barrows. INDIAN RIVER SCHOOL DISTRICT ANNOUNCES PRESCHOOL SCREENING & KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION Who: Children who will be 4 years old by August 31 st and 5 years old by August 31st will be sreened or will be scheduled for screening for special services eligibility. Where: When - Children who will be 5 years old by August 31 "t can register for kindergarten. At your local elementary school. East Millsboro Elementary Frankford Elementary Georgetown Elementary Lord Baltimore Elementary Long Neck Elementary North Georgetown Elementary Phillip Showell Elementary 934-3222 732-3808 856-1940 945-6200 537-2700 855-2430 436-1040 April 23 rd April 24 th April 25 th April 26 th 12:00 - 3:00& 6:00 - 8:00 12:00 - 3:00 & 6:00 - 8:00 12: 00 - 3: 00 *Call to confirm individual 12:00 - 3:00 school schedules* PLEASE BRING THE FOLLOWING: CHILD'S BIRTH CERTIFICATE COPY OF CHILD'S SHOT RECORD CHILD'S SOCIAL SECURITY CARD PROOF OF RESIDENCY Children younger than 4 may qualify for other special services provided by the district or Child Development Watch in Milford. (302-424-7300) Darlene St. Peter, Supervisor Special Education (302-436-1000)