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t Briefly Dobrich among essay contest winners Chief Justice E. Norman Veasey will be honoring the winners of the Bar-Bench-Media Conference essay contest May 6 in the Supreme Court Chambers in Dover. For Sussex County, the winner was Samantha Dobrich of Sussex Central High School. The purpose of the Bar-Bench- Media Conference is to serve as a forum for the discussion of mat- ters of concern to media represen- tatives, the legal profession and the courts. The winning essays will be pub- lished in various local newspapers and will be posted on the website of the Conference at LID students, staff honored for contributions Students, faculty and staff at the University of Delaware Graduate College of Marine Studies in Lewes were recognized for their accomplishments at Honors Day. Honored for their teaching and research were John S. Boyer, E.I.duPont Professor of marine biochemistry/biophysics; Charles E. Epifanio, professor of marine biology/biochemistry; Nancy M. Targett, professor of marine biolo- gy/biocbemistry; Timothy E. Tar- gett, professor of marine biolo- gy/biochemistry; and Melbourne R. Carriker, professor emeritus. Dr. Ann K. Masse, safety, health and environmental manager of the DuPont Chambers Works, was the guest speaker. Delaware Tech offers pool operator's course Learn to properly maintain swimming pools by taking the Pool Operator course offered at Delaware Technical & Communi- ty College, Owens campus. The course covers pool maintenance, supervision, troubleshooting, safe- ty procedures, and chemical use and dosages. It meets the Division of Public Health requirements for the state of Delaware. For more information, call 854- 6966; to register, call 855-1617. Kunzig wins prestigious award Rob Kunzig, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kunzig of Lewes, has won a prize in the prestigious Co- lumbia Scholastic Press Associa- tion Gold Circle Awards. Kunzig, a junior at the Peddie School, won a third place award for his story, "Is George Bush Watching Too Many Westerns?" He competed among hundreds of entries from around the couniry. "The Peddie News," the month- ly student newspaper of The Ped- die School, won five awards over- all from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association. Cell phones will be allowed in schools The Cape Henlopen School Dis- trict's Safety Committee is draft- ing a new policy that would ban the use of electronic devises like cell phones. The current policy bans the possession of electronic devises on school property. The committee also hopes modify con- sequences for use of electronic de- vises so that administrators can not confiscate them. The board of education agrees with the direc- tion of the committee, said Super- intendent Dr. Andrew Branden- berger. Cape promises summer sports busses The Cape Henlopen Board of Education has made a commit- ment to provide transportation during summer training for fall athletes. "Some athletes can not participate because they can not make it to summer training," said Superintendent Dr. Andrew Bran- denberger. "Transportation super- visor Marge Peck will figure out which students need transporta- tion and we will Work out the lo- gistics." Epworth Christian to host spring festival May 3 Epworth Christian School in Laurel will present its sixth annual spring festival from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday, May 3. An auction takes center stage at 10 a.m., with a wide variety of goods and serv- ices offered. Children's activities include rock wall climbing, a police ca- nine demonstration and the state police helicopter, which flies in at 1 p.m. For more information, call 875- 4488. CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, May 2 - May 8, 9.008. 111 Submitted photo Keenote Kids in concert May 2 About 20 members of Keenote Kids and Concert Choir re- eently performed April 12 at the Lewes Physieal Therapy Walk/Run. The singers included Whitley Gillespie, Margaux Lopez, Morgan Kersey, Ashley Glanden and Lauren David of the Concert Choir. Alexis Grece, Meghan Kersey, Logan Rios, Holly Anderson, Joseph Anderson, Ryan Wolfe, Daniel Robin- son, Oriuna Pando, Robin Haeker-Cary, Savanna Strange, Cassie Herholdt, Sam Herholdt, Mackenzie Firth and Kierian Fireh represented the Keenote Kids of Keenote Music Studio. The students will present songs and dances from more than 25 countries in the Music Around the World performance at the fourth annual Outdoor Spring Concert set for 6:30 p.m., Friday, May 2. For more information, call 422-0222.