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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, May 30 - June 5, 1997 - 25 Jen EIIIngsworth photo Kiwanis sponsor Terrific Kids at LNE Four lucky Long Neck Elementary School students were chosen as winners of bicycles in the Kiwanis Club of Greater Millsboro's "Terrific Kids" program. Shown (l-r) in back row are sponsors Kiwanis chair Mar- garet Haas, McDonald's manager Chip Stevenson, Gaff Tun- nell of the Tunnell Company and Long Neck Elementary School Principal Jan Timmons. Shown in middle row are first grade winners Danny Drew, Jr., and Kerry Lindsey. Shown in front are second grade winners Ashley Phulesar and Brandon Krauss. The program is the culmination of the efforts of the stu- dents and the sponsors, which include the Tunnell Corpora- tion, McDonald's, the Pump House Gym, the Sussex Fence Company and the Life Enrichment Center, Inc., of Millsboro. Unitarians host Conversation on Race The southern Delaware congre- gation of the Unitarian Universal- ist Church, representatives of the state Human Relations Commis- sion, the NAACP, the House of Pride in Dover and other groups and individuals will present "A Conversation on Race," Saturday, June 7 from 9:20 to 11:50 a.m. at the Wesley United Methodist Church, 209 South State Street, Dover. The workshop is aimed at rais- ing awareness and generating honest discussion among southern Delaware residents on the issues of race and ethnicity in Kent and Sussex counties. The Rev. Donald Robinson, president Of Beacon House Uni- tarian Universalist Community Ministry in Washington, D.C., will give a keynote address, fol- lowed by featured speakers Juana Fuentes, director of the Delaware Human Relations Commission; Marian Harris, director of the House of Pride and member of the Human Relations Commission; Drexel Ball, Delaware State Uni- in Lower Delaware versity's executive assistant to the president; and NAACP State Chapter President Keith Booker. Noted Delaware singer Marva Thomas will offer songs, and re- freshments will be donated by Catherine Moore, owner of C Moore's Place in Dover. Organizers seek to identify ways that southern Delaware indi- viduals and institutions can help improve communications and make new friends among people of diverse backgrounds in our fast-growing community. Featured speakers will offer personal insights, followed imme- diately by time for questions and community responses. Smaller group discussions will follow, with the goal of allowing people to mingleand learn, and to forge commitments to continue con- versing with at least one person from the group in the future. The public is welcome to at- tend. For more information, call (302) 698-9881. BEACH PLUM GARDENS & We have 12 Varieties of Hydrangeas and a Large Variety of Day Lilies! Blooming Azaleas Baled Pine Needles Shrubs Trees Mulch Top Soil Annuals Perennials Gift & Garden Accessories Have the Cape, Gazette delivered, to your door. Call 6tl, S-7700" ' to subscribe.' , '