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58 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, May 30- June 5,2003 Karl Chalabala photo Leslie Lee presents Kindermusik program Leslie Lee treated parents and children of Parents as Teachers at the Delaware Early Edu- cation Stay and Play Center in the Rehoboth Public Library to a presentation of her new pro- gram "Kindermusik," an interactive music and activity program that incorporates all new early childhood education research. "Kindermusik" is tailored to help with spatial aware- ness, sound and color recognition. Designed for children ages 3 months to 6 years, Kinder- musik classes will be held at Westminster Presbyterian Church in Rehoboth. For more infor- mation, call 227-2883. Shown standing are Lee, left, and Stay and Play Center director Peggy Kramedas in the back. Seated are Christine and Michael Cooper and Wendy and Anna Har- rington. In the foreground is Jessica Thompson. Girl Scouts visit Casa San Francisco Junior Girl Scout Troop 1009 of Milton recently visit- ed Casa San Francisco to do- nate 130 items, including food, soap, shampoo, tooth- paste and other toiletries. The girls partnered with neighbors, family and friends to coUect the donation. Shown (back row, l-r) are Theresa Brittingham, troop leader;, Clara Stevens, Casa employee; Lemeia Eley; Johneshsa Warren; April Eley; Meika Eley, troop eoleader. In the middle are Olivia Henning, Shawntasia Tripp, Jabri Brittingham, Lashawn Tripp and Shawniece Tripp. In front is Ommeni Richardson. Missing from photo are Hannah Rt24 Smith, Miranda Smith, Sa- Peders Village vannah Meher, Devon James and Kiondra Strand. 947-4852 www.nanasboutique.com Submitted photo Continued from page 52 des and played on the command football team," said Cooper. The Navy offers sailors many benefits and opportunities to ex- perience new things. 'Tbe biggest advantage of the Navy so far hs Fr00man partictpate00:0000 Front & Center in naval mission Navy Airman Jeremiah W. Fruchtman, son of Cheryl and Marc Fruchtman of Dewey Beach, recently completed exer- cise Tandem Thrust '03 aboard the amphibious assault ship USS Es- sex, homebased at Fleet Activi- tiesSasebo, Japan. been thdcollege money," Coo    .... \\; said. President Reagan sasone of more We wialways be preparedn 8,000 soldiers, sailors, air- we may always be free." Making true of his words and carrying on his legacy as an American presi- dent are-sailors like Cooper on board USS Ronald Reagan. Fol- lowing its commissioning in Nor- folk, Va. the carrier will be home- ported in San Diego, Calif. men and marines participating in one of the largest joint military ex- ercises in the Western Pacific Marianas Islands training area. Fruchtman is a 1997 graduate of Cape Henlopen High School and joined the Navy in November 2001. ! 00300