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CAPE GAZETrE, Friday, May 1 - May 7, 1998 - 31 1 0000svanic youth to be honored May 9 On Saturday, May 9, the Latin American Community Center (LACC), the Governor's Council on Hispanic Affairs, and the First State Health Services will host the 13th annual Outstanding Hispanic Youth Recognition Awards Cere- mony. Established in 1985 in commemoration of the "Interna- tional Year of the Child," the aim of this event is to recognize and honor the achievements of Delaware's Hispanic students. The ceremony will be held in the gymnasium of the Latin American Community Center. More than 300 students and their families are expected to attend; special invitees include Sen. Robert Marshall (D-Wilmington), the LACC board of directors, community leaders; public offi- cials; Delaware educators; city, county and state police officers; as well as other distinguished guests. A total of 10 students will receive special recognition as the 1998 Outstanding Hispanic Youth Award recipients in the following categories: academics, arts, mu- sic, sports and community/school service. The Honorable Aida Wasserstein, Family Court judge, will provide the keynote address. For more information, call the LACC at 302-655-7338. Angle Moon photo Lewes Convalescent Center honors volunteers Volunteers from the Lewes Convalescent Center were honored with lunch at the Rusty Rud- der on Friday, April 17, during National Volunteer Recognition Week. Among those gathered were (l-r) Fran Stevenson, Norma Bame, Patricia Macintire, Marian Barr and Eleanor Wallin, all of Lewes. Cape Senior Center lists May events The Cape Henlopen Senior Center, located at 11 Christian St. in Rehoboth Beach, has an- nounced its schedule of activities and events for the month of May. For more information, call the center at 227-2055. Friday, May 1 - Patrolman J. Pearson of the Rehoboth Beach Police Department will visit the center at 11 a.m., and will offer suggestions for seniors to improve their protection against crime. The seminar is free. Saturday, May 2 - The center will host an "Arts Gala," from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The event, which will be held in the parking lot, of- fers artists an opportunity to dis- play and sell their works. Thursday, May 7 - Dan San- zone of U.S. Health Care will be at the center at 11 a.m. to host a question and answer session about HMO through Medicare. The seminar is free. Monday, May 11 - Cynthia Tunney, C.A., will offer an aro- matherapy workshop beginning at 11 a.m. Aromatherapy is the prac- tice of using naturally distilled oils of plants to promote health and well-being of the body, mind and emotions. The workshop will feature a fun, new way to experi- ence products that benefit person- al environment; how to indulge the senses with aromas; how to enhance wellness; how to hold back the aging process; and more. Tunney is the owner of the Penny- royal in Lewes. The workshop is free. Monday and Tuesday, May 11 and 12 - "55 Alive" safe driving course will be offered from noon to 3:30 p.m., both days. Any li- censed driver over 50 is welcome to attend. A 10 percent liability discount is available to those who earn certificates of completion. Attendance both days is mandato- ry in order to receive a certificate. The cost is $8 per person. Wednesday, May 20 - May is Older Americans Month and Cape Henlopen Senior Center will sponsor its annual two-mile walk Camera club to meet May 13 in State Park The newly established f-Stop Camera Club will meet at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, May 13, at the fishing pier at Cape Henlopen State Park. Members and others interested in attending should bring camera equip- ment for a sunset shoot. In case of inclement weather, the meeting will be held in the McCann Building, 37 The Circle, Georgetown. Local photography enthusiasts are encouraged to come and share ideas and in- formation. Obituaries Continued from page 30 of Hockessin, died Friday, April 17, 1998, of heart failure in Beebe Medical Center. Mrs. Cline,,a 1950 graduate of Ciaymont High School, was a homemaker. She was a member of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Hockessin Fire Co. and of the Ladies Club of An- gola By The Bay. She is survived by her husband of 47 years, Edward L. Sr.; a son, Edward Jr. of Middletown; four daughters, Deborah Sarley of Lewes, Lois Lawson of Smyrna, Cynthia Dobson of Port Deposit, Md., and Iva Soja of Hartly; a sis- ter, Marjorie Taggert of Ocean View; 11 grandchildren; and one great-granddaughter. Services were held at Watson Funeral Home, Millsboro, with burial in Chester-Bethel Ceme- tery, Claymont. Contributions are suggested to the Delaware Heart Association, 600 N. Du Pont Highway, Georgetown, DE 19947. on the Rehoboth Beach Board- walk at 9 a.m. To participate in the walk, call the center. Wednesday, May 27 - All- You-Can-Eat Spaghetti dinner. The cost $7. All proceeds from dinner will go to programs for se- niors at the center. To purchase tickets, call the center. Friday, May 29 - Enzo Pas- tore, Grassroots Regional Coordi- nator with the National Commit- tee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare, will be at Cape Henlopen Senior Center at 9:15 a.m. Pastore will discuss and an- swer questions on legislative is- sues, including the privatization of Social Security, the Balanced Budget Act of 1997 and the im- pact of other proposals for seniors. The session is free. 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The reunion will be held at the Ruddertowne Convention Complex in Dewey Beach, on October 17, 1998. Details about the reunion will be sent to all graduates and former students on or about April 1, 1998, provided the Association has recent mailing address. The Association has the mail- ing addresses of graduates who attended the 1988 reunion at Rudder- towne, but if any addresses have changed since 1988, please contact a member of the reunion committee with your new address. The reunion committee is also requesting information on graduates and former stu- dents who no longer live in this area. If you know the addresses of any of your former classmates who no longer live in this area, please contact a member of the reunion committee, Pat and Don Heam, Bob and Syd Maull, Nancy Dee, Marilyn Marsh, and Jay Young.