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- c,m, tAZ'ZTTE,-eam:tay, q'fn- 'f ."rl,2,e,,'tl Del Tech offers Summer computer classes How can you keep up with the :l.atest in c0mputr knowledge? (k out the convenient summer aon-credit classes: available hrogtr Delaware Teefis Owens Campu. If you're new to computers, try ia complimentary seminar to learn ',thebasics of word,processing, communicatiohs, spreadsheets, .and database ystems. Free ses- sions meet on Saturday,June 2 or July 7. l0 a.m.-noon. In other classes, you can im- prove your keyboarding/mouse skills, become familiar with Win- dows applications, and learn how to access the Internet and the World Wide Web. A special series of classes teaches how to use Quickbooks Pro accounting soft- ware. Irom setting up accounts and organizing paperwork to pay- ing bills and tracking inventory and payroll. Classes are offered throughout the summer semester. Class sizes are limited, so remember to regis- ter early. For details on course times and fees. or to find out about other offerings, contact Corporate & Community Programs at 302- 854-6966. Worcester Preparatory announces academic list The following Cape Region stu- dents were named to the headmas- ter's academic list at Worcester Preparatory St2hool, Berlin, Md. Melissa Choy, Rehoboth Beach, and Julia Robinson, Lewes. grade six; Kelsey Harris and Jaclyn LaPenta. both Rehoboth Beach, grade seven: Katie McDavid and Sara Neff. Rehoboth Beach. and Jessica Robinson and Carly Roessler. Lewes. grade eight; Tay- lor Lowe and Dana Mark. both of Rehoboth Beach, grade nine: and Preston Dyer. Rehoboth Beach, grade 10. The following students were named to the honorable mention list: Avery Bayard, Lewes. and Gre- gory Mark and John Connor Mc- Donald, both of Rehoboth Beach,:: grade six: Peyton Killeen and Payton Kulina, Lewes. and Christopher Thompson, Rehoboth Beach, grade seven; Jordan Bryan, John Chaski, and Brennan Killeen, all of Lewes, grade eight; David Thompson, Rehoboth Beach and Colin McGiuness. Lewes, grade nine; Lacey Ken- worthy, Rehoboth Beach, grade 11; and Meredith Feist. Rehoboth Beach, grade 12. Anderson earns academic honors Ashley Anderson, a senior at Washington and Lee University, has earned honor roll status for the recently ended winter term. Stu- dents named to the honor roll must have a term grade average of at least a4.0scale. - Andel da!!gh!er  te hoboth Beach/( Anagnostakos is essay winner atWorcester Rose Broils of the DelMarVa Republican/Women announced that Me[$.Sa nostakos, a grade dent at Worcester Preparatory School in Bertin. Md., wrote one of the top essays in the orgam- zation's Women's His- ANAGNOSTAKOS tory Month competition. Melissa lives in Rehoboth Beach. Mentors needed at Long Neck Elementary Long Neck Elementary School is currently in need of volunteers to work with a child for approxi- mately 30 to 45 minutes once a week. The summer program be- gins June 25 and ends Aug. 2. Vol- unteers are also being .sought for the 2001-0 school year. For more information, call Rosemary Horsey at 945-6200. CPA contug education at Del Tech Certified professional account- ants (CPAs) can earn required continuing education credits by attending classes at Delaware Technical & Community College, Owens campus. Courses are ap- proved by the Board of Accoun- tancy. Upcoming daylong classes cov- er federal estate and gift tax return forms, June 12: income tax returns for estates and trusts, June 13; and post mortem estate planning, June 14. Manuals and materials includ- ed in the course fees are designed to help students gain hands-on ex- perience with a variety of forms. For more information on these and other approved continuing ed- ucation courses, call 854-6966. Cosby to offer keynote /tdess at Delaware State Dr. William "Bill" Cosby will deliver the commencement ad- dress at Delaware State University at 10 a.m., Sunday, May 20 at the DSU Alumni Stadium. Cosby, a comedian, and star of television and film, is well known for his commitment to education. Long after he achieved much of his suc- cess, he returned to school and ob- tained a doctor of education de- gree. St. Thomas More spring production May 24-25 The St. Thomas More Academy drama club will stage its spring production, "The Money in Uncle George's Suitcase," at 8 p.m., Thursday and Friday, May 24 and " "' . ,- . "::- .... dim Crimson photo Milton Middle School Students s 11 links for Rel = Milton Middle School honor students helped their teachers and staff raise cancer,research money for the May 11 Relay for Life at Holly Lake Campgrounds. The students, coordinated by teachers Kathy Cofrancesco and Carla Brandenberger, raised $1,350 through selling large paper chain links at 10 cents each. Shown on stage in the school gym decorated with paper links, assistant principal and relay walker Mike Dmiterchik chats with the students. l 25, in the school's gymnasium. The comedy revolves around an eccentric, lonely and forgetful old man who invites his family for a weekend in his decrepit cabin to share with them the specifics of his last will and testament. General admission is $4 and all seats are unreserved. For more information or direc- tions to the school, call 302-697- 8100. Del Tech Alumni Assoc. seeks board members The Owens Campus Alumni Association of Delaware Techni- cal & Community College in Georgetown is accepting applica- tions for membership on its Board of Directors. To be eligible to serve on the volunteer board, an individual must have been award- ed a degree, diploma or certificate from the Owens Campus or the Delaware Tech/University of Delaware Parallel Program. Terms of service on the board are for three years, and the Alumni Association meets eight times a year on Saturday morning at the Owens Campus. Nominations must be made by May 15 in order to be placed on the ballot; mail nominations to the Office of Alumni Affairs, Delaware Tech, P.O. Box 610, Georgetown, DE 19947. The election will take place at the an- nual meeting on June 9. For information or to request a copy of the policy for board par- ticipation, contact Rhonda Tu- man, Alumni Coordinator, at 302- 855-5951. Football Hall of Famer to address Milford High Pro football Hall of Famer Lenny Moore will deliver the keynote address to the graduating class of Milford High School at a baccalaureate service set for Thursday, May 31. Moore is a member of the Arizona-based Pro For more information, call Athletes Christian Outreach and Chris King or Corey Groll at 645- travels extensively to share his 7275. woi'ds with people around the DEC to sponsor trip country.., After graduating from Penfi :-tO Washington D.C. State in 1956, Moore was drafted Delaware Electric Cooperative by the Baltimore Colts and was named the NFL's Rookie of the Year. After a stellar 1 l-year career, and seven Pro-Bowls, the Colts retired his number, and in 1975, hewas enshrined in the Hall of F .. ,r.. me.  :,  Free ticketo this event will be available to Milford graduating seniors and their families, based on four tickets per student. UD's Milford program :announces dean's fist Five students enrolled in the University of Delaware*S new co- -operative program with the Mil- ford School District have quali- fied for the dean's list. The students are all working to- ward a bachelor's degree in edu- cation and earned a grade point average of 3.33 or higher. They are: Tara Marie Elizabeth Buemi of Harbeson; Jennifer Marie Davis of Bridgeville; Marie Ann Dean of Frankford; Tenesha Renear Duffy of Rehoboth Beach; and Wendy Ann Sammons of Seaford. Cape Henlopen High seeks thespian alumni The Cape Henlopen High School Thespians are looking for alumni who participated in thespi- an musicals from 1987-2000. A fundraiser is being planned which would include short performances of repertoire from the musicals shown at Cape during those years. Tentatively planned for Saturday, June 16, proceeds will be used to help establish a permanent en- dowment for an annual scholar- ship to a graduating senior. will sponsor an all'expense paid trip for two high school juniors to Washington, D.C. June 17-21. Students will have the opportu- nity to learn about federal and state government, attend educa- tional seminars, visit with their U.S. House and Senate members; Eligible students must be-a high school junior who h.as dpn- 'gtrated leadership abflity and whose parents or guardians re- ceive electric service from the Delaware Electric Cooperative. Those who feel they f'rt e c fir teria should ask their schoof:';  ance counselor for an applicati form. For more information, vigt:t www.delelect.com. Educational Pursuits offers homebound teaching EducatiOnal Pursuits, located at the Red Mill Center, 467 Highway One, Lewes has been granted a nonpublic school registration code. For parents in between jobs, Educational Pursuits offers temporary home schooling in- struction. Creative lesson plans are also available to home school- ing groups in the area. For more information, call Maryann Wilcox at 644-4525. Meding named to dean's list at Eastern College Dawn Meding of Lewes has achieved dean's list honors at Eastern College in St. David's, Pa. Students named to the dean's list must have a grade point average of 3.5 or better. Meding, a senior psychology major, is the treasurer of Psi Chi. She is a graduate of Cape Henlopen High School and a member of Midway Assembly of God in Lewes.