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112 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, May 2 - May 8, 2003 Cape JROTC pitches in to clean the beach At right, freshman McKen- zy Krout looks on intently as fellow freshman Robert Os- born rakes a pile of wood splinters under the Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk, Debris disposed of by JROTC students during the cleanup consisted of blan- kets, towels, wood, and paper washed under the boardwalk during winter storms that pounded the shore. Erik Sumptlon photos photos by Erik Sumptlon SDALL thanks instructors Barbara Vaughan of Lewes, above, was honored at the Southern Delaware Academy of Lifelong Learning's (SDALL) "Thanks to Instructors" luncheon Wednesday, April 16 at the BayCenter in Dewey Beach. She was presented with the Chairman's Award. Above left, all SDALL instructors are recognized with cer- tificates and recognized for their dedication to teaching classes ranging from art to history. Bill Sharkey took the podium to present the awards. MARYLAND-DELAWARE-DC Press Service For information call 410-721-5115 Reach nearly 3.7 million readers per week with the best network coverage anywhere! Space is Limited. Call to Reserve Yours Now! Left, junior Nichole Kurtz found some time to scare Brandy Baker with a dried up sea creature during the beach clean-up. Looking on are (l-r) William Webb, Chris- sy Raines and Tony Brisco. Below, Eric Boyd piles bags full of beach trash into a truck on the boardwalk in Rehoboth. JROTC students from the high school spent Wednesday, April 16, cleaning up the beach for the summer crowds. H4N The Great Florida needs teachers in most subject areas. Positions are available in urban and rural districts. The Teach-In provides a convenient, cost-effective forum for teachers seeking employment opportunities in Florida to meet with school district personnel. June 16-18, 2003 Hyatt Orlando For more information or to request an application: Call 800-TEACH-FL (800-832-2435) or e-mail your request to Visit our teacher recruitment website at Featuring Jill 5trick (ormer o( Robert Thomas 5alert Temporarily servicing clients at Izzy Plaza, Dewey Beach Look for coming next door to our location. Registration & Tryouts May 5, 15 & 19, 200:3 For More Details Call :302-8,75-05:3:3