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g - '0O! , saul,. 0g v.M ,zabt ,3TT$[kO [q_AD 24 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, May 30 - June 5, 1997 JULIE ANN MIRELLI GEORGIANA STALEY JENNIFER D. DILLEY Miss Delaware Continued from page 22 She will perform a lyrical ballet en pointe, and her platform is Hear My Voice: Protecting Our Nation's Children. Alison Catherine White, Miss Millsboro, will attend the Univer- sity of Hartford, Hart School of Music. She will perform a classi- cal vocal and her platform is Artistry of Volunteerism. Erin L. Cooper, Miss Milford, will attend the University of Delaware as an animal science major with a concentration in vet- erinary medicine. She will per- form a Broadway jazz dance and Promotion of Dairy Products Among Children is her platform. Theresa Marie Lear, Miss Hockessin, is a nutrition and di- etetics major at the University of Delaware. She will perform a jazz vocal and her platform is Nutri- tion and Fitness for a Healthy Lifestyle. Ebony Tamar Brown, Miss Goldey-Beacom College, is a marketing management major at Goldey Beacom. She will perform a dramatic monologue, and Pre- venting High School Drop Outs is STACEY DAWSON her platform. Jillian Leigh Daisey, Miss Cape Henlopen, will study pre- medicine at Mt. St. Mary's Col- lege. She will perform a pop vocal and her platform is Adolescent Health. Julie Ann Mirelli, Miss First State, is a graduate of the Univer- sity of Delaware with a degree in finance/accounting. She will per- form a tap/jazz dance and her plat- form is HOSTS (Help One Stu- dent To Succeed) Mentor Pro- gram. Georgiana M. Staley, Miss Kent County, is a theater major at the University of Delaware. She will perform a standard vocal and her platform is RPM - Reform Prevention Motivation. Maria Teresa Martinez, Miss Newark, an economics and inter- national business major at the University of Delaware, will per- form a classical piano piece, and her platform is Foreign Language Education in Early Childhood. Jennifer Dearing Dilley, Miss Brandywine, is a psychology ma- jor at the University of Delaware who will perform a classical vocal and her platform is Supporting the Arts in Education and Therapy. Stacey Dawson, Miss Dia- Scouts to participate in jamboree Boy Scouts from Georgetown, Harbeson, Lewes, Ocean View and Rehoboth Beach will be among the 144 scouts from 43 dif- ferent troops across the Delmarva Peninsula traveling to Fort A.P. Hill on July 28. They will be there representing all of the scouts from the Delmarva Council, Boy Scouts of America and be accom- panied by 16 adult leaders. The theme of the 1997 Jamboree is "Be Prepared for the 21st Centu- ry." There will be a pre-jamboree campout at Rodney Scout Reser- vation from June 20-22, with the main goal of campers being to get to know their buddies better. While at the Jamboree the scouts will focus on activities of Boy Scouting - physical fitness, conservation, ecology and univer- sal spirit of brotherhood. The scouts will participate as individu- als, in patrols and as a troop. The various activities will stimulate teamwork, thereby molding citi- zens of tomorrow. The Jamboree will become a city of more than 30,000 on July 28 and the program will feature the skills of scouting, the nation's heritage, physical fitness, conser- vation and the spirit of brother- hood. Daily activities will offer fun and challenge. Religious ser- vices will provide a time for re- flection and a cavalcade of events will depict the rich heritage of scouting. MARIE T. MARTINEZ ANGELA CAMPO mond State, will study nursing at Brigham Young University. She will perform a lyrical ballet and Strengthening the Family Unit will be her platform. Angela Campo, Miss Re- hoboth Beach, is an arts manage- ment-voice major at Shenandoah University. She will perform a Broadway vocal and her platform is Animals and Neglect. 00I:00a00DiREHOB00Hi0000I Classic Kitchens VISIT OUR SHOWROOM I "We specialize in custom kitchen work, counters, cabinets, flooring. When I leave the job, it's done right." Ron Connor, proprietor Classic Kitchens- 1111 Five Pointe Plaza Next to Westem Auto 645-5810 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday beginning May I RAIN OR SHINE SUNDAY June ath, 1:00 PM #737 Huckleberry Lane POT-NETS PARK LONG NECK, DELAWARE 2 Bedrooms Large Deck 1 Full Bath Central Air DIRECTIONS: Enter main gate of original Pot Nets Park, make 1st right, then right to Huckleberry Lane, turn left on Huckleberry to 737. TERMS: a 10% deposit to be required on day of sale with the balance due and payable in cash or certified check at final settlement in 30 days. FOR INSPECTION AND DETAILS CALL EM M ERT00AUCTION ASSOCIATES "We Bring Buyer & Seller Together" (302) 227-2714 Night ,, (302) 227-1433 Day ,' (302) 227-3946 Fax