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42- CAPEAZETTE, Fdaay,Ma, o-:J-e5,To6 Student raises funds for KSI Courtney Woolridge, a 17-year-old junior at Mil- ford High School, is very involved with school activ- ities and community service. In addition to dedicat- ing time to various community projects, she recently decided to make a financial effect as well. Woolridge was motivated,through her involve- ment with Job's Daughters, to raise funds for an agency in her community that touches her heart. Kent-Sussex Industries Inc. is the organization Woolridge chose as the benefactor of her fundraising efforts. KSI is a comprehensive vocational rehabilitation organization service Kent and Sussex Counties by providing employment opportunities to Delawareans with disabilities. Woolridge was personally intro- duced to KSI when she attended its open house in 2001. Though she had some understanding of KSI's mis- sion, it was that tour that left a lasting impression. She saw first hand how KSI touches hundreds of lives in a positive manner, and she wanted to help too. "I am so impressed with the people at KSI," Wool- ridge said. "I wanted to do something to help. 1 saw that, whether they are mentally or physically chal- lenged, they are still people just like everyone else. I think KSl is unique and a really important agency because they are helping people to be employed and they do it with a great deal of respect for the individ- uality of each person. People with disabilities can do the same jobs other people do - they just need extra help. I think it's really cool that KSI is there to pro- vide the help they need and I'm really happy to be able to help in my own small way." KSI provides quality employment opportunities to individuals with disabilities by maximizing their abilities. Touring KSI is a perfect way to observe these abilities at work and how KSI impacts the community. For a tour of KSI, call Alicia Hollis at 422-4014, Ext. 3015. Discover awards funds to Rehoboth student Zana Kepuska of Rehoboth, a student at Cape Henlopen High School, was among the recipients of Discover Card scholarships awarded to high school juniors across the country. A total of nearly $1.5 million was awarded in Discover Card's Tribute Award Schol- KEPUSKA arship pro- gram, now in its twelfth year. Since its inception in 1991, the Discover Card Tribute Award pro- gram has awarded more than $9.9 million in scholarships to more than 4,500 students nationwide. Given in cooperation with the American Association of School Administrators (AASA), scholar- ships are awarded to high school juniors who have demonstrated excellence in many areas of their liv,,not just academics. This year, winners were select- ed from a pool of more than 8,000 students. While students must maintain a minimum 2.75 grade point average to qualify, they must also demonstrate accom- plishments in three of four areas: special talents, leadership, obsta- cles overcome and community service. Once the student gradu- ates from high school, the funds may be applied to various educa- tion or training programs such as any certification or licensing in a trade, a two-year technical or as- sociate's degree or a four-year de- gree in a college or university. The winners in each state go On to compete for nine national scholarships each worth $25,000. The national Tribute Award win- ners will be honored in June at a ceremony at Discover Financial PUBLIC AUCTION! FORMER GEORGETOWN CHARTER SCHOOL FAClUTY JUNE lOth 2:00PM RAIN OR SHINE! Located on DE Rt.9 between Laurel and Georgetown, Delaware. Existing 6530 sq.ft, building with Cafeteria, Hedia Center, Nurse's Office, Restrooms, and Administration. 10,382 sq.ft. Gymnasium, 14.8 Acres, EVA(;, 480 Volt/3 Phase Service. Stormwater Management, DelDOT Entrances with Large Parking Lot. New 9"Well and Water Conditioning System. DOE-Standard Septic for 720 Elementary/Middle School students. Drawings on file for review. buY@12U00000000m Services' headquarters in River- woods, I11. Milford chamber luncheonset June i0 The Chamber of Commerce of Greater Milford will hold its sec- ond quarter general membership luncheon from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., Tuesday, June 10, at Geyer's Restaurant, in Milford. Sen. Gary Simpson, R-Milford, will speak and there will be new member recognition. The buffet is $12 per person. For details and to RSVP, call 422-3344 by June 5. 11 years mortgage experience. Free consultation. Submitted photo Courtney Woolrldge, a junior at Milford High School, pres- ents a donation to Craig Crouch, KSI chief executive officer. Woolridge organized several fundraisers in her efforts to raise money for KSI. 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