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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, May 23 - May 29, 1997 - 39 (Behind the Roadhouse Steak Joint) in the MIDWAY SHOPPING CENTER Good day at YMCA Giant Step thanks to BadHair Day? Drexel and Cindie Wright from "Bad Hair Day?" paid a visit to the YMCA Giant Step Preschool in Lewes recently. They gave the girls a manicure and the boys a whole new look! Shown (top) is Miss Regina's 4-year-olds class (l-r) Tim Voss, John Young, Brooke Wright, Drexel and Cindie Wright, Courtney Brand, Samantha Rentz, Jenna Spruill, Kate Porter. An- drew McMahon is in the center. CMS announces summer tour schedule in Lewes The University of Delaware Graduate College of Marine Stud- ies (CMS) and Sea Grant College Program will offer free public tours of the Hugh R. Sharp marine studies complex in Lewes at 10:30 a.m. each Friday during June, July and August. "Many visitors to Delaware's beaches become intrigued by our local marine life or other aspects of the ocean and wonder what it would be like to be a marine sci- entist," said Nancy Targett, asso- ciate dean of the college. "Through our public tour pro- gram, we try to provide some in- sight into how marine scientists do their jobs and what kind of re- search goes on here at the College of Marine Studies." Led by the CMS Docents, vol- unteer guides organized five years ago to help inform the public about the college's research and education activities, the tours con- sist of a 20-minute slide presenta- tion introducing the college's fac- ulty and their work, followed by a one-hour walking tour of Cannon and Smith laboratories. Since tour groups are limited in size, individ- uals who wish to join a Friday morning tour should call the Sea Grant Marine Advisory Service at 645-4346 no later than noon the preceding day to reserve a place. While families are invited to par- ticipate, the tours are not suitable for children under 10 years of age. In addition to the Friday morn- ing tours, the college will continue to offer prearranged tours for groups of five or more people, ju- nior-high age or older, Monday through Friday, between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. Such tours may be scheduled by calling the number listed above at least a week in ad- vance. Worcester students learn manners Resource parent Barbara McDonald assists Worcester County (Md.) Country School's Grade 2 classes with their Manners Instruction. McDonald, who with husband John owns and operates the Garden Gourmet Restaurant in Re. hoboth Beach, taught the children about dinner and restau- rant manners. Here, McDonald serves Grade 2 students Michael Olekszyk and Julia Robinson. YOU'RE INVITED... Grand Opening and Fashion Show SOUTI-II MOON UNDER 120 flehoboth Five.. Rehoboth Beach 302-227-3806