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28 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 2 - June 8, 1995 School & Educ 00tion Briefl00 i i Kflsten Seal photo Milton Middle School inducts National Junior Honor Society members Milton Middle School held its 28th annual National Junior Ronald Bull Christian HoIlingsworth and James Artis; (front Honor Society induction ceremony on Wednesday, May 24 in row) Patrick Massey, Douglas Brown, Robert Baker, Avni the MMS auditorium. The 15 new inductees are seen here Gohel, Brian Sentman and Jason Massey. The MMS Honor (back row, L to r.) Matthew Savini, David Redard, Shannon Society advisors are Ronald Webster and Laurie Chetelat. Joyee, Kristen Foery, Shannon McLean, Robert Wolfgang, SDALL hc,n,)rs its volunteer t eachers A luncheon was held on Wednesday, May 17 at the Lewes Yacht Club by the members of the Southern Delaware Academy of Lifelong Learning to recognize the contributions of the group's vol- unteer teachers. The Academy has just conclud- ed its spring semester and approx- imately 100 members gathered to recognize and show appreciation to their teachers, all of whom vol- unteer their services. Those honored at the luncheon were: J. Norman Bennett of Rehoboth, James Beuter of Rehoboth, Theresa Branson of Lewes, Vivian Callahan of Lewes, Edward Day of Rehoboth, Robert Duncan of Dewey, Barbara Hatch of Lewes, Jeannette Isaacs of Lin- coln, Allene Martinez of Dags- boro, Pat McCormick of Lewes, Raymond M. McInturff of Rehoboth, Simon Mein of Lewes, Mabes Morrill of Lewes, Edith Mroz of Dover, John O'Meara of Ocean View, Amelie Sloan of Harbeson, Edward Soboczenski of Lewes, Gerard Spellman of Rehoboth, Norman Weston of Lewes, Ann Wohlgemuth of Lewes and George Young of Dover. SDALL's newly-elected council and officers were introduced at the luncheon as well. Elected to the management council were Gerard Spellman, Iatten final photo Twenty-one Southern Delaware Academy of Lifelong Learning volunteer toaehers were rec- ognized at a luncheon at the Lewes Yacht Club on Wedneelay, May 17. Seen here, from left to right, are: Pat McCormick, Ed Day, Theresa Brammn, Edward Soboexenldki, John O'Meara, Edith Mroz, Robert Dmaean, Gerard Spellman, J. Norman Bennett, Raymond McInturff, Jean- netto Ia__e Arlene Martinez, Ed Patehell, Ann Wohlgemuth, Mabes Morrill, AmeH'e Sloan, Ray. Simon Meln, Jame Beutor, Shirley Herndon and Barbara Hatch. Raymond Mclnturff and Barbara Hatch. Spellman was also elected chairman and Barbara Vaughan was elected vice-chairman. Hatch was appointed organizational sec- retary. SDALL is a continuing educa- tion program of the University of Delaware and offers people 50 years and older an opportunity for creative and intellectual explo- ' ration in a convivial social envi- ronment. Most classes are held at the Uni- versity's Virden Center in Lewes, where a broad curriculum is offered through fall, mid-winter and spring. The Fall "95 semester will begin Sept. 19, with course catalogs available in mid-Aug. For more information, call 645- 4111. Day graduates cum laude from law school Nicholas Day, son of Ed and Helen Day of Rehoboth Beach, on May 19 grad- uated cure laude from Villanova University Law School. He was the recipient of the Scribe Award for Excellence in legal writing DAY and editing as managing editor of the Villanova Law Review. Day, who graduated in 1987 from Cape Henlopen High School, went to Duke University and received his degree there in 1991. He will be an associate of Saul, Ewing, Remick and Saul, a law firm located in Philadelphia, Pa. Moore elected to top leadership post /ames Blake "J.B." Moore, the son of Robert and Dee Moore of Rehoboth Beach, was elected to the highest stu- dent leader- ship organiza- tion at Epis- copal High School in Alexandria, Va. Moore, a junior, will MOORE serve as a stu- dent monitor for the 1995-96 school year. The 400-member student body and faculty elected 38 rising seniors to serve as stu- dent monitors. "Students elected to serve as monitors are vital members of the school community and have earned the respect of faculty and peers alike," said Lee Alnslie Jr., headmaster. Monitors are the school's most prominent student leaders. They supervise student dormitories and act as informal peer counselors to younger students. Moore is also a school tour guide, a member of the Environ- mental Club and the school's Youth in Philanthropy program. As an athlete, he has participated in cross country, varsity track and junior varsity lacrosse. Episcopal High School, located in Alexandria, V, is a coeduca- tional boarding school that pre- pares students in grades nine through 12 for college. Founded in 1839, the school offers strong academic and athlet- ic programs that are enhanced by an equally strong extracurricular program.