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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, April 25- May 1, 1997 - 39 Mending families topic of Del Tech Conference April-25 Healthy families are an inherent part of a healthy society and pro- vide a solid foundation for the next generation. Aware of the ele- ments that besiege families every day, the Families in Crisis Confer- ence ,ill focus on "Mending Families" at the 15th annual event on Friday, April 25 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Delaware Technical & Community College, Owens Campus. An unusual highlight of the con- ference will be the keynote pre- sentation by Seven Quilts for Sev- en Sisters and their performance "A Stitch in Time." Originally from New Jersey, the Williams sisters combine their knowledge of African American slave history and the practical craft of quilting to educate and entertain simulta- neously. The joys of sisterhood and the trials of slave life are depicted through a mixture of history, au- thentic period costumes, heart- warming tales and spiritual har- monies. Enhancing the program is a beautiful display of picturesque quilts. Designed to bring together indi- viduals who are concerned with improving the quality of social services delivery on Delmarva, the conference includes 10 profes- sionally presented workshops on topics including: managing feel- ings, attention deficit disorder, a nursing perspective on families in crisis, building bridges within the family, humor and laughter, art therapy, multicultural counseling for service workers, fathers and children, and understanding man- aged care. The lunehtime presentation will mation for the Seaf0rd School ning of this conference. The be "Motivation in the Family Set- District. There are 21 organiza- keynote presentation is sponsored ring," given by John Hollis, direc- tions/agencies throughout the by the Soroptimist International of tor of personnel and public infer- state which assisted in the plan- Seaford. Mature driving classes offered at Delaware Tech this spring AARP's Mdture Driving Course is being offered this spring on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from I to 4:45 p.m. on the follow- ing date; April 2-0 i May 1- Rocket Continued from page 38 May 10. Dr. Stephanie Wright, director of aerospace education for the Delaware Teacher Center, said the program is designed to emphasize the importance of technology, dis- covery and science, as well as pro- 14; May 20-21; May 27-28; June 10-11 and June 24-25. Sponsored by the Adult Plus+ program, these classes arc available to adults age O and 91,'T The cours? i ;8T mote aerospace education as an interdisciplinary framework for teaching technology, science and math. Other objectives include in- forming and motivating students, teachers and the general public, developing working relationships with affiliated aerospace organi- zations in the state and providing a statewide educational impact through the internet sites. Wright became the director of Successful completion qualifies participants for a 10 percent dis- count on the liability/personal in- jury portion of their car insurance. For inf?rmation, call 856-5618. aerospace education in conjunc- tion with the Delaware Teacher Center in 1989. Currently, all 19 school districts are or have been involved in various aerospace pro. grams with some private school participation. For more information, contact Wright at 302-454-2432, or check this site nch/index.html. Helpto Give a Homeless Pet a Home Four Paws The Pet Problem Solver Natural CaT and Upholstery Shampooing Biological Pest ontra Natural Cleaners Dry luaing Also Available Toll Free SS8.73#.1020 Serving All Of Sussex County for B years Sponsor this great page! Call Marlann 645-7700 Seaford, Delaware 19973 Phone: (302) 629-7297 @@ My name is "MidnighL" I love kids. I am a Lab 3 years old. I have # my shots! My family's home was burned down, so now I need a new home. I am a 1 1/2 y6ars old female DSH , orange tiger. I am yen/loveble. My name is Hadey. I'm a shed mix, 2 years old, female, neutered and housebroken. I love kids. I have all my shots. Dog & cat food, dog biscuits & treats, dog & cat toys, old towels, newspapers, etc. Homer Symbols from Advanced Nutrition Cycle, dog food bags, cans & biscuits. They mean cash to us! Call Mary * 302'856-7380 or come to DELAWARE SPCA 326 S. DuPont Hwy. * Georgetown, Delaware 19947 Remember to clean up When working on your car- some fluids are dangerous to pets. FINS 'N 33 Midway Shopping Center