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Cape JROTC cadets excel at annual competition Seven Cape Henlopen High School JROTC cadets earned Color Guard, Drill, Marksman- ship, Academic and individual awards while competing against 16 high school JROTC teams from Delaware, Maryland and New Jersey in the annual Sea- ford Fallen Heroes multi-team competition. Cadet Giuseppi Moreno won first place, and Cadet Enoch Ja- cobson-Hagan won a sixth-place medal in drill competition with over 250 other cadets. Cadet Davi Martins won the Commendation Medal for Team Drill; Cadets Da- vid Collord and Michael Burnett won first- and second-place med- als for Academic Knowledge. In addition, Cadet R.J. Gooner won a medal for Marksmanship, and Cadets Almita Ramirez, Enoch Jacobson-Haga, Andrea Lopez, and Matt DeLuca won medals for First Year Color Guard. Cadet Almita Ramirez was awarded a Commendation Medal for her outstanding lead- ership of the Color Guard. Exciting Field Trips Interactive Activities and group times Club Days include cooking, science (S.T.E.M.), Art Theater Camp Schedule June 19th thru September 1st June 19th-June 23rd..............Volcano Bay June 26th-June 30th..............Kings Dominion (Closed on July 4th) July 10th-July 14th..............Blizzard Beach July 17th-July 21st..............Enchanted Forest July 24th-July 28th...............Sea World July 31st- August 4th ..............Six Flags August 7th-August 11th...............Typhoon Lagoon August 14th-August 18th...............Frontier Town August 21st-August 25th..............Sea World August 28th-September 1st..............Hershey Park Space is LIMITED! For more information Call 644-1585 (Lewes Location) or 645-5010 (Rehoboth Location) Beach Buddies Summer Camp 302-752-8560 WINDOW CLEANING Wash Buggy 302-752-8560 410-749-9537 Visit Washbuggy.com Serving Locals Since 1990 ~ Licensed and Insured Call the company that locals have been using for 26 years! * FREE ESTIMATES * Seniors 10% Discount Decks • Windows • Driveways • Docks • Gutters COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL 106 FRIDAY, APRIL 28 - MONDAY, MAY 1, 2017 SCHOOL & EDUCATION Cape Gazette Community college scholarships to be awarded by local McDonald’s Local McDonald’s owner/op- erators will provide scholarships for nontraditional communi- ty college students pursuing postsecondary education. The McDonald’s Restaurants of East- ern Shore Community College Scholarship Program is open to nontraditional community college students who have dem- onstrated a commitment to furthering their education by ex- hibiting scholastic achievement and ongoing community service. These students are returning to college to complete a degree or are entering college for the first time, years after graduating high school. “Education lays the foundation for building a strong community and workforce,” said Mike Meoli, local McDonald’s owner/opera- tor and president of the Eastern Shore Co-op. This year’s select- ed community colleges include Delaware Technical Community College Jack F. Owens Campus. All students selected will receive $500 each toward their tuition and other school expenses. In- terested students should inquire about the program through their academic advisor or the office of the president at their respective college. SUBMITTED PHOTO SEVEN STUDENTS AT the Margaret H. Rollins School of Nursing received scholarships presented by the Irene P. Sorbara Charitable Foundation Trust. Sorbara established the trust to provide annual scholarships for residents of Sussex County who are pursuing postsecondary education in the fields of nursing or teaching. The first scholarship was awarded in fall 2010. Sorbara was born in Lewes in 1938 and died in 2007. She was an elementary school teacher in Rehoboth Beach for 30 years. This year's senior recipients are Bethany Campbell, Milford; Christopher Miller, Lincoln; and Megan Pusey, Frankford. First-year student recipients are Cara Melendez and Alexandra Myer, both of Millsboro; Hannah Pow- ers, Georgetown; and Michaela Trice, Seaford. Shown are (l-r) Nina Hazzard, program coordinator of Margaret H. Rollins School of Nursing; Christopher Mill- er; Megan Pusey; Bethany Campbell; Cara Melendez; Michaela Trice; and Alexandra Myers. Not pictured is Han- nah Powers. SORBARA FOUNDATION PRESENTS NURSING SCHOLARSHIPS SUBMITTED PHOTO SHOWN ARE IN back (l-r) cadets Raymond Spruill, Michael Burnett, Giusep- pi Moreno and David Collord. In front are cadets Enoch Jacobson-Haga, Matt DeLuca and Almita Ramirez. Not pictured are cadets Andrea Lopez and R.J. Gooner. Students join fight against childhood cancer with UDance UDance is the University of Delaware’s largest student-run philanthropy benefiting the Wilmington-based Andrew McDonough B+ Foundation. In March, the organization celebrat- ed a year’s worth of fundraising during its 11th annual 12-hour dance marathon. UDance is the fifth-largest college dance mara- thon in the nation, with over 2,000 student participants.  Throughout the academic year, students raised a total of more than $1.8 million. Funds provide financial assistance to families of children battling pediatric cancer and also fund cutting-edge, life- saving research studies.  Area students who partici- pated as dancers include Emma Trugman and Colleen Simpson, both of Lewes, and Alexa Wood- ruff of Dewey Beach. Briefly »