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Summer registration set at Wilmington College Wilmington College's Summer I registration will take place April 21 through April 25. The Col- lege's Georgetown site will be open Monday through Thursday, from 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. and on Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. For more information, call Dana Abbott-Painter at 856-5780. Cape grad attending culinary school David Vopalecky, son of Albert Vopalecky and Jeanne Vopalecky, both of Milton, has begun a two-year culinary arts program at the New England Culi- nary Institute. Vopalecky attended Cape Hen- lopen High School. After completing the two year program, Vopalecky will earn an Associate of Occupational Studies degree in Culinary Arts. Bombay Hook to offer environmental workshop The Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge will offer a two part (15 hour) Environmental Ed- ucation workshop for teachers, group leaders and refuge volun- teers. Jen EIIingsworth photo Angler's Motel donates to Shields drive Anglers Motel recently donated $500 to the Richard Shields Elementary School's computer drive. Shown donating the check are (l-r) Parent Teacher Technology committee mem- ber Diana Smith, treasurer Mary Buchness, Anglers Motel owner Scott deKuyper, Anglers Motel manager Dedde Watton and computer lab liaison John Crispin. SPRING SAVINGS 25% OFF SELECT SPRING MERCHANDISE APRIL 18-28, 1997 PROMPT DELP rERY TO ALL LOCAL OFFICES INFANT SIZES 3-24 MOS. GIRLS & BOYS SIZES 21"-16 Previous Sales Excluded - No Price Adjustments hartstrings childrenswear outlet REHOBOTH OUTLET CENTER * #202 HWY. 1 REHOBOTH BEACH, DE (302) 644-0666 SUN.-THU. 10-6 FRI.-SAT. 10-9 Part I will be on Saturday, April 12 and Part II will be Saturday, April 26. Both sessions will run from 9 a.m, to 5 p.m. The workshop will provide ex- amples of activities teachers and group leaders can use with their students on field trips to the refuge, on school grounds and in other outdoor settings. Participants should dress for outdoor activities, bring boots and a bag lunch. The sessions will be held at the Visitor Center. For more information, call (302) 653-6872. Cape senior awarded honors scholarship Angle C. Davis of Lewes, a se- nior at Cape Henlopen High School, is the recipient of an Hon- ors Scholarship at Barton College. The renewable scholarship will cover 20 percent of tuition for the freshman year. Davis is the daughter of Joan and Chip Davis of Lewes. She will enter Barton College this fall and plans to major in recording technology. Honor Scholarships are award- ed to incoming students who ei- ther rank in the top 10 percent of their high school graduating class or possess a grade point average of 3.2 and a score of at least 1000 on the SAT. A 3.0 GPA must be maintained in college to renew the scholarship. Davis is a member of the Honor CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, April 18- April 24, 1997 - 39 Society, Sussex County Band, Student Government Association, the Jazz Band, the Concert Band, Marching Band and Orchestra. She plays varsity softball and is co-captain of her team in the Am- ateur Softball Association. Shupard honored for school board work Cape Hen- lopen Board of Education member Sue Shupard was honored by the National School Boards Asso- ciation (NS- BA). SHUPARD This is the first year of NSBA's School Board Member Recognition pro- gram. Delaware School Board Association recommended Shu- pard for the honor because she met the criteria bf having demon- strated service :to school boards beyond the local level. She was commended for her leadership at the local, regional and national level. Car restoration class offered at Sussex Tech Those interested in building race cars and street rods, restoring classic cars or learning about home-built aircraft are invited to enroll in the Adult Education class now forming at Sussex Tech. Classes will be held on week- ends in May and June, and will be taught by master car fabricator Bob Jenkins. Topics will include design tech- niques, tubing fabrication, fixtur- ing techniques, sheet metal fabri- cation, flame cutting and welding. No prior experience is needed. Enrollment is limited to seven, so early registration is encour- aged. For more information, call Terri L. Corder at 856-9035. iiiiii'iii',i',i',i',i',iiiii',l -Wl /s ad tOeeeetee oeeet oeeee ee eeeee Located in the Quillen Center where Rehoboth Ave. & Rt. One meet. -- OPEN -- Mon. - Sat. 10-5 Sun. 1-5 Wed. 10-7 (302) 227-1614 APRIL 21-25 SAY "THANKS !" Silk & Sands offers a wide assortment of fresh and silk flowers and tons of other beautiful items to let special people know they're appreciated. Mugs. Balloons. Planters' Patio Pots. Bunches of Flowers SILK & SANDS FLORIST 1007 Kings Highway, Lewes 645-9891 SERVING YOU FOR 17 YEARS