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38 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, April 18- April 24, 1997 Rolanne Pack photo Milton Middle School students to perform in Honor Band Milton Middle School will be represented by several musicians in the Sussex County Sixth Grade Honor Band. Chosen by teacher recommendations of Ronna Ebeling are back row, (l-r) Candy Wise, trumpet; Andy Olenderski, snare drum; David Burton, trumpet; middle row - Michael Keller, saxophone; Desiree Hazzard, clarinet; Nikki Beckett, clarinet; and front row - Neeru Peri, clarinet; MeHssa Gregg, flute and Mandy Manship, flute. Not pictured is Viva Waite, oboe. The Sussex County Sixth Grade Honor Band will meet in SelbyviIle, Thursday, April 24 for an all-day rehearsal, and they will present a public concert that night at 7:30 pal Gordon attends leadership conference Holly Gordon, a sophomore at Cape Henlopen High School, attended the Hugh O'Brien Youth Foundation (HOBY) Leadership Seminar held in the Rehoboth and Dewey area the weekend of April 11-13. Only one student per high school in Delaware was chosen to attend the event, which included a variety of panel discussions led by area business- people on such topics as education and the environ- ment. "I was amazed at how many interesting fields there are to explore when chosing my ca- reer," Gordon said following the conference. "One thing we all agreed upon was how we bonded dur- GORDON ing the weekend." Actor and founder of the.organi- zation Hugh O'Brien paid a surprise visit to the group during their breakfast at the Henlopen Hotel on April 12. Write, For00 Yo00! Writing Services For busy folks, seniors, brides-to-be, and for all who are visually impaired, physically challenged, or in need of help with written English. Letters of all kinds Invitations, announcements Thank-you notes Free initial consultation Convenient, affordable Experienced staff Fax service Visa, MasterCard accepted CALL 226-1971 Wilmington College.offers superintendent certificate This summer, Wilmington Col- June 26 at the College's site in the lege's Georgetown site will offer Higher Education Building of the Personnel Administration Delaware Tech in Georgetown. course which is one of seven Class hours are 5:304o 10:30p.m. courses required by the State De- and the instructor is Kevin Car- partment of Public Instruction for son, assistant superintendent at certification as a Delaware school Sussex Tech. Enrollment is open superintendent. Of the seven to anyone with a bachelor s de- courses, this is the only one not gree from an accredited institu- currently offered as a part of the tion. Persons completing the College's Master of Education program, although all seven courses are offered as a part of its Doctorate in Education. Classes will run on eight consecutive Thursdays from May 8 through course will receive three graduate credits. Anyone wishing informa- tion or to enroll should call or stop by the Georgetown office. The number is 856-5780. Registration will take place April 21 to 25. Worcester students star on stage Here 0-r) the Cowardly Lion (Bradley Martelo, Grade 8, of Berlin, MI)), the Tin Man (Rick Gunter, Grade 8, Crisfield, MD) and the Scarecrow (Sarah-Jane Berl, Grade 7, Lewes) rest after Worcester County's Grades 7 and 8 production of "The Wizard of Oz. n English teacher Megan Williams directed the play and music teacher Dan Freed did the music. Dorothy was played by Regan Greco of Salisbury, MD, the Wizard by John Paul Maczko of Berlin; and the witches by Keemia Khazeh of Salisbury and Alexis Gilbert of Whaleysville, MD. GIANT00STEP t PRESCHOOL REGISTRATION FOR  h,  . 3&4YEAROLDS SATURDAY, APRIL 19th 10:00- 2:00 at all locations: Rehoboth, Lewes, Millsboro & ClarksviUe Visit the classrooms and meet the teachers Make & Take art project Snacks provided FREE T-Shirt with registration Sussex Family YMCA 105 Church Street, Rehoboth Beach 227-8018