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Trlsh Vernon photo Rehoboth Elementary holds DARE graduation Reh0both Elementary School held its Fifth Grade Culmination ceremonies for the Drug Abuse Resistance Education (DARE) program on April 12, when students performed a skit, "Eight Ways to Say No!  and students in Mrs. Layton's, Mrs. Carnaevale's, Mrs. BoHck's and Miss Ross's classes received their certificates Rehoboth Police Cpl. Benjamin Mitchell HI (left) led the ceremonies, while Dewey Police Chief Raymond Morrison hands out certificates to the students. Also handing out certificates are (1. to r.) Dewey Beach Mayor Bob Frederick, Capt. Jay Lewis and CpL Mike Whaley, both of the Delaware State Police Know the facts about personal credit "Personal Credit: The Ins and Outs" will be offered Thursday, April 2"/, from 7-9 p.m. at Delaware Technical and Commu- nity College in Georgetown. Cost is $5 per person. Representatives from credit agencies will be avail- able to answer questions. For more information and to register, call 856-5400, ext. 226. i IP REHOBOTH COOPERATIVE PRESCHOOL I Now Accepting Applications al IP for the 1995-96 School Year. al ) Children 3 or 4 yem old by August 31, 1995 are eligible to attend, t '] CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, April 21 - April 27, 1995 - 27 Adult Plus+ programs slated to begin April 24 in Georgetown If you are age 50 and older, put a little zip into your spring plans by joining the Adult Plus+ pro- gram at Delaware Tech Southern Campus, Georgetown. Upcoming classes include: Positive Thinking, a three-ses- sion discussion on making your lifestyle the best it can be, under- standing life stages; sessions are Mondays, beginning April 24, 1-3 p.m. The cost is $10. Now Hear This! will enlighten you about everyday household noises that affect your hearing no matter what your age. Be in- formed about hearing and heating aids. The session will be conduct- ed from 10 to 11:30 a.m., Mon- day, April 24 for $2, with another session slated June 19. Dining Out Tips and Lun- cheon will feature ideas for healthy dining from a registered dietitian. Cooking tips, recipes, a demonstration from the chef and a luncheon at the Sea Horse Restau- rant in Rehoboth are included. Seating is limited for this session, slated for Tuesday, April 25 from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. The cost is $15. Needlework Art for Fashion and Faith will offer a wealth of in- formation about design, mixing techniques, adapting designs to patterns and creating new needle- work forms. After lunch, Nancy Lukoski of the Washington Cathe- dral will explore the background of religious symbolism as a design source. The presentation and lun- cheon will be held Thursday, April 27 from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. for $20. To register or for more information call 856-5618. Technologies n00o00es accessing files simple. This system allows you to keep all your records in a database that will, with minimal effort recall a file and so much more. CALL TODAY FOR FREE DEMO!! phone 410.658.2235 fax 410.658.2227 COMMUNITY SERVICE ENGLISH IMPROVEMENT SERIES (NO. 8) Simply repeat the above sentence to yourself; then go on and complete the thought. "She plays better than he plays." You would not say "...better than him plays," would you? "He  is correct. "They like Jin better than me? / I?" Go ahead and complete the thought: "They like Jim better (than they) like I? Obviously not. ...they like me"is correct. You can apply the same correction technique in se- lecting the pronoun to follow the word "as" when it is used in comparing one thing with another. Donna could not type as well as she? / her? Finish the thought: (...type as well as her could type? Hardly.) Use "she.  Now get out your pencil Check the correct pronoun. Sample: She can read faster than me Il 14. 1. I can predict the vote as well as he  him l. 2. The French are more circumspect than us Q we Q. 3. She likes Joe better than I Q me Q. 4. They don't enjoy Eva as much as her Q she 1. 5. We can read music faster than them 1 they n. Answers: 1 - he; 2 - we; 3 - me; 4 - her;. 5 - they Your Job, Your Life Prepared by Ward Holm Tanzer Associates. Presented courtesy of the Cape Gazette. .. April 29, 1995 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. presented by DELAWARE TECH'00 CAdult 00Plu00+ DELAWARE TECHNICAL & COMMUNITY COLLEGE Higher Education Building Southern Campus Route 9 Georgetown For more information call WSSR 856-0900 or Adult Plus 856-5618.