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CAPE GAZE['E, Friday, May 2- May 8p 1997 - 39 SCHOOL & EDUCATION Rehoboth shares Arbor Day observance with students Ronne Pack photoe . kbove, city officials have the help of second graders at Rehoboth Beach Elementary School as they observe Arbor Day with a tree planting ceremony. Backing up the students are 0-r) Jane Wyatt and Priscilla Sm/th, parks and shade tree commission; Bitsy Cochran, city council; Ross Alexander, parks and shade tree commission; Rehoboth Beach Mayor Sam Cooper and Tract Kelley, second grade teacher. See accompanying story for student's names and names of those honoring loved ones with 1996 memorial trees in Rohoboth Beach. At left, in a performance for the mayor and guests, Sadye MacGu/re joins her class in reading a poem in honor of Arbor Day. By Rosanne Pack Under bright blue skies, city officials were aided by second graders earlier this week as they planted another living symbol of Arbor Day for Rehoboth Beach, a recognized Tree City U.S.A. Mayor Sam Cooper and mem- bers of theCity Parks and Shade Trees Commission were joined by the second graders from Tracy Kelley's math and language arts class at Rehoboth Elementary School in the tree planting cere- mony. Together, they placed a white cherry tree on the school grounds over-looking a tributary of Silver Lake. Before the tree roots were cov- ered by the mayor and the stu- dents, Priscilla Smith, chair of the parks and tree commission gave a brief history of Arbor Day. She reminded those present that Arbor Day was fwst observed 125 years ago when residents of Nebraska set aside a day to recognize the beauty and the necessity of trees. She said those first Arbor Day enthusiasts wanted everyone to realize Jhe role trees play in the balance of nature. "In proclaiming the first Arbor Day, they pointed out that the environmental benefits of healthy trees include their importance in conserving soil and water and the air filtering effect they provide. They are a renewable resource and they beautify our land," Smith said. Cooper proclaimed April 29 as Arbor Day in Rehoboth Beach, and he asked all citizens to join him in planting trees and support- ing urban forestry programs. Those who planted trees in Rehoboth in the memory of loved ones were recognized for planting more than 20 trees last year in the on-going memorial program. "The planting and upkeep of more than 200 trees in our memor- ial program has helped Rehoboth Beach earn the Tree City U.S.A. designation for the eighth year in a row," Smith said. The ceremony included Kel- ley's second graders performing a dramatic reading of a poem about a child's love of the adventures of tree climbing. Students in Kelley's class are Ronald Blizzard, Troy Cannatelli, Chelsea Charles, Ashley Gibbs, Daevon Harmon, Brielle Hay- ward, Bryan Hickman, Jonathan Kersey, Ashley Kraus, Samantha Lee, Andrew Logan, Sadye MacGuire, Steve Martinez, Zachary Mayfield, Tom McMa- hon, Brittany Shevock, Donald Swans, Shannon Sweeney, Jessica Tabron and Rudy Woodworth. Those planting trees along Rehoboth Beach streets in the memory of loved ones include Susan M. Morrison for Katherine Murch Morrison; Joan M. Moore for Joseph L. Moore Jr.; Brenda Abell for Jeanne M. Gilman; Joan M. Moore and sons for Rose Buck.son Moore and Joseph Lay- ton Moore; Michael and Audrey Wyatt for Jennie Horn; Lisa M. Katulis Toy for Malcolm D. Toy; Ioy V. Anderson for Daniel Vird- en Anderson; Kathleen Kramedas for Debra K. Kramedas; Celine Continued on page 40 Cape School District menus The Cape Henlopen School District Menu for the week of May 5-9 includes: Shields, Rehoboth, ILO. Britflngham and Sussex Consortium Monday, May 5 - Baked chicken nuggets, egg roll or sandwich choice; stir fry veggie, pineapple, dressing, rice, juice, milk. Tuesday, May 6 - Beef and cheese taeo or sandwich choice; corn, let- tuce and tomato, orange smiles, juice, milk. Wednesday, May 7 - Wafered steak on bun or sandwich choice; green beans, fruit bar, chicken rice soup, juice, milk. Thursday, May 8 - Hot ham and cheese sandwich, sloppy joe on bun or sandwich choice; corn, steamed cabbage, apple cobbler, juice, milk. Friday, May 9 - Chicken fajijta pita with biscuit topping or sandwich choice; salad, green beans, pineapple chunks, vanilla pudding, juice, milk. Cape Elks honor Drug Awareness Poster Contest winners Drug Awareness Poster Contest Winners were honored at a luncheon and awards program by members of the Cape Henlopen Elks Lodge No. 2540 on April 26. Students from four Cape Region schools, MiIton Middle, H.O. Brittingham, Lewes Middle and Rehoboth Elementary, participated in the annual Elks contest. Shown are (back row, l-r) Don Schneck, chairman of the Elks Drug Awareness Committee; Heather Marie Seward and Stacey Lee, both of Milton Middle; and Jack Deeds, ass/stant chairman; (middle row) Elizabeth Connor, Adam, Beuregard and Ky Hacker, all of Lewes Middle; and (front row) Laeey Hanwell of Rehoboth Elementary; Johanna Whiteford, H.O. Brittingham; and Laura Mcllvaine and Amanda Thomas, both Rehoboth ]!ementary. Winners unable to attend were Jacob Sch/rmer, H.O. Brittingham; Lee Warrington, Lewes Middle; and Gorge Ramirez, Milton Middle. Ramirez was the overall winner and his pester was entered in the district contest. Lewes Middle, Milton Middle Monday, May $ - Chicken nuggets, egg roll or sandwich/sub choice; tater tots, peas, fruit, steamed rice, juice, milk. Tuesday, May 6 - Hot dog on roll, ribs on roll or sandwich/sub choice; glazed carrots, sauerkraut, fruit cocktail, baked beans, fruit juice, milk. Wednesday, May 7 Hot ham and cheese, pizza or sandwich/sub choice; steamed cabbage, green beans, pineapple chunks, fruit, juice, milk. Thursday, May 8 - Fish on bun or sandwich/sub choice; French fries, stewed tomatoes, broccoli, chilled pears, macaroni and cheese, fruit juice, milk. Friday, May 9 - Chicken salad in pita, pizza or sandwich/sub choice; candied sweetpotatoes, coleslaw, pasta salad, fresh fruit, milk.