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48 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, April 21 -April 27, 2000 Craig Epifanio earns PhD in Atmospheric Sciences Craig Epifanio, a 1990 Cape Henlopen High School graduate, recent- ly earned his doctorate degree in Atmospheric Sciences from the Uni- versity of Washington in Seattle. Epifanio did his doctoral research on the fluid dynamics of atmos- pheric waves which are induced by mountains. He currently holds a postdoctoral fellowship in the Advanced Study Program at the National Center for Atmospheric Research in Boulder, Colorado. The son of Chuck and Carol Epifanio of Lewes, Craig is also a 1994 graduate of Williams College. Dan Cook photo Cape High holds Honor Society induction Cape Henlopen High School inducted new honorees into the National Honor Society April 10 in the school's Little Theatre. Shown (back row, l-r) Cape Principal Ronald Burrows, Kyle Inman, Tom Peet, Pat Woods, David Crosby, Craig Porter, Terry Upshur, advisor Charlene Nichols. In third row, Ashley Slacum, Beth Hitchens, Garolyn Schrank, Andrew Vaughn, William Wightman HI. Second row: Kate Lynch, Amanda Ruth, Will Albanese, Jenna Pavlik, Lauren Mazzotta, Teresa Mickel, Julia Morris. In front are Colleen Clark, Sara Sockriter, Shannon Prettyman, Carrie Daniel, Brittany Bailey and Laura Wright. Not shown is Kip Mar. shall. Autism Continued from page 46 in specific and proven ways to fa- cilitate learning. One of the tech- niques used is known as PECS (Picture Exchange Communica- tion System). Developed by Lori Frost and Andrew Bondy, this sys- tem provides children with an ef- fective and functional method of communication. Using picture symbols, children learn to make requests and to construct sen- tences. Many children learn to ask for what they need within a few days of the initiation training and are taught the value of com- municating their wants and needs to others. Use of the PECS Sys- tem often leads to functional lan- guage skills and improved social communication. Even though I have lived here most of my life, I found that I had much to learn about the Sussex Consortium. It is indeed a very special school, thanks to the dedi- cation of its teachers, aids, psy- chologists, speech pathologists, occupational therapists, social workers, nurses and all other of- rice and support personnel. When you see them on one of their com- munity outings, give them a smile and wave of encouragement and a thanks for a job well done. Scholarship application deadline is April 28 The application deadline for the Greater Millsboro Chamber of Commerce's $750 scholarship is Friday, April 28. Any high school senior residing in the 19966 ZIP code is eligible to apply for the scholarship. Ap- plications may be obtained from school guidance counselors or by calling the chamber at 934-6777. Applicants must certify that they will attend college as a full-time student for at least two years. Open Space Conservation: Sustainable Development for Sussex County I f you want your community to take control of its II destiny and ensure that new development creates more livable communities in the process, this seminar might beright for you. Communities across Delaware are realizing that they can conserve their special open spaces and natural resources at fhe same time they achieve their development objectives. The tools? Conservation zoning and conservation subdivision design. Evening Session Added to Meet Public Demand "PRESERVING LEWES' SMALL TowN QUALITY OF LIFE & OPEN SPACE" Free Public Discussion with Randall Arendt, Open Space Planner Monday, April 24 7:30 - 9:30 p.m. Lewes Public Library, Kings Highway, Lewes CALL TODAY TO REGISTER (302) 645-4346 Nationally recognized land-use planner and site designer, Randall Arendt is the principle speaker for the seminar which will focus on methods and techniques for designing residential developments in harmony with the natural landscape. Mr. Arendt has planned "conservation subdivisions" for clients in 16 states that have been viewed as win-win propositions, benefiting both the environment and the economy. He has written five books and numerous articles and reports on conservation planning and landscape design, including Designing Open Space Developments in Sussex County, Delaware: A Practical Handbook for Those Involved in Land Development published recently by the Sussex Conservation District. Randall Arendt, Pn Speaker