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-..ii),d;(;, Aprfl26-;i; , t996 Kristen Seal photo Bad Hair Day hosts RES students Bad Hair Day, at 419 Rehoboth Avenue, hosted approxi- mately 15 students on Wednesday, April 17 from Marion Moore's special education class at Rehoboth Elementary School. Bad Hair Day owner Drexel Davison spoke to the youngsters about hygiene and making oneseIf look and feel good as well as styled, shampooed and even trimmed some students' hair with his fellow employees. Employee Alicia Gleason (right) is seen here with RES student Shanice Gibbs (left). Bad Hair Day can be reached by calling 227-1407. Cape Treasures set May 4 at CHHS Cape Treasures, an outside flea market craft and auction show, will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday, May 4 in front of the high school, Kings Highway, Lewes, sponsored by the Cape Henlopen High School Parent Teacher Student Association. (Rain date is May 5.) The cost of a rental space is $15, with the person providing tables and power. Free space will be provided to any Cape Henlopen High School organization or club with an assigned adult supervisor. There will be a boat for sale and a variety of craft items. The auc- tion begins at noon and those wishing to contribute may call 645-6703 or 644-0432. e - ROTC, 00y!!Club plan Walk to Cure Cystic Fibrosis on May 17 The Cape Henlopen High School JROTC and Key Club are sponsoring a 10k Walk to Cure Cystic Fibrosis during school hours on Friday, May 17 as part of class game competitions. A minimum of $20 in sponsored contributions are required to par- ticipate, with $50 in sponsor con- tributions earning a free T-shirt the day of the walk if advance reg- istration is received by May 1. All others will be mailed. Registration forms may be picked up at the nurse's office, main office and OD2. All Cape High students par- ticipating must have their money Parent workshops offered at Del Tech The Alliance for Adolescent pregnancy Prevention (AAPP) will host parent education work- shops on three consecutive Mon- day evenings at Delaware Techni- cal & Community College, begin- ning April 29. The workshop cur- riculum, "Virgin, Teach Your Child It's Not A Dirty Word" was designed especially for AAPP by turned in on or before May 1, while all others must turn in their money by 10:30 a.m., on May 17, behind the high school. Registration forms and money may be turned in prior to the walk to Gloria Hardesty, Sue Comorat, Col. Ron Erale or Sgt. Mike Con- Ion with checks payable to Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. All Cape students must also have a permis- sion slip from their parents or guardians. Prizes range from a 13-inch re- mote control color "IV with VCR for raising $500 or more, to cal- culators, clock radios and sweat- CHILD, Inc. and will be taught by CHILD, Inc. Parent Educator Tina Lykens. The workshop teaches a hands-on approach to communi- cating about sexuality with 10- to 14-year-olds. The workshops are free and open to all. They will be held April 29, May 6 and May 13 from 7 to 9 p.m. To register (800) 499-WAIT. Cape High graduate receives scholarship 1995 Cape Henlopen High School graduate Rebecca Ann Steuer was recently awarded The Wescoat Memorial Scholarship shirts for those raising $100 to $149. Cystic Fibrosis affects approxi- mately 20,000 people in the Unit- ed States. A child must inherit two CF genes, one from each par- ent, to have the disease. Twelve million Americans are symptom- less carriers of the defective CF gene. CF researchers are current- ly conducting landmark gene ther- apy studies involving people with CF. Preliminary reports indicate that the defective cells appear to be corrected. For more informa- tion contact Michelle Bland at 645-7624 or 645-7711. Fund. Rebecca is currently a freshman at Delaware Valley Col- lege. The scholarship is open to mem- bers of the Cape Hen- lopen High School gradu- ating class as well as former graduates who wish to be considered for STEUER financial aid. This is the 22nd year of the scholarship which ben- efits college-bound students from Caoe Henlooen High School. FE4TURING FOOD, FUN 6 EWTERTAI#MEk"i" UVf MUSIC mY THE dRT CURt, EY ?RIO? $tlOPPING? $tlOPPING? $tlOPPING?