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CAPE GAZEW, Friday, June 2 - June 8, 1995 - 29 New SDALL scholarship established Charm Kirilla, a member of the Southern Delaware Acade- my of Lifelong Learning (SDALL), has established the George Kirilla Jr. Memorial Scholarship fund in memory of her husband. The fund will underwrite full or partial tu- ition for needy current or prospective SDALL partici- pants. SDALL, located in Lewes, provides opportunities for in- tellectual and cultural explo- ration for men and women 50 years of age or older. A pro- gram of the University of Delaware's Division of Con- tinuing Education, the acade- my functions as a cooperative community in which members are not only students, but in- structors, planners and com- mittee members as well. After the death of her hus- band in late 1993, Kirilla, who calls herself a "constant learn- er", became engaged in many SDALL activities and subse- quently developed the fund to encourage others to seek the same mental, emotional and social stimulation she has en- joyed in the SDALL setting. Her advice to seniors? "Don't sit at home feeling sor- ry for yourself or wondering what to do with the rest of your life," she said. "Go out and meet people, get involved and keep on growing. Not only will you feel better about your- self, but your friends and fam- ily will feel better about you, too." Those interested in taking Kirilla's advice may call the SDALL at 645-4111. Scholar- ships are based strictly on fi- nancial need and applications may be obtained by contacting SDALL. ,Need Money or eollege? Private Sector SCHOLARSHIPS Available Call for details. TARGET SCHOLARSHIP SEARCH Gary Shrawder 800-353-0090 Del Tech honors Cape region students The Fifteenth Annual Stu- dent Awards Banquet was held at Delaware Tech South- ern Campus, Georgetown, on Friday, May 5. MeHssa Dehn, right, instructor at Little An- gels Day Care and Lemming Center, Lewes, received the Outstanding Student award in Early Childhood Educa- tion Technology. The Out- standing Student Award for tam Analog Electronics Stud- ies Diploma went to Marvin Rader (above) of Lewes, who receives the award from Richard Stevens, department chairman. LID Wall of Fame includes Sussex judge Five University of Delaware alumni, including one from Sussex County, were inducted into the University's Alumni Wall of Fame on April 21 at the Newark campus. The Wall of Fame is a photographic exhibit recognizing the professional achievements of outstanding alum- ni in diverse fields. The five alumni honored at the event include vice chancellor of the Delaware Court of Chancery William B. Chandler III of Dagsboro; Donald F. Crossan of Newark; Jack L. Messman of Fort Worth, Texas; Lorraine Waxman Pearce of Washington, D.C. and Jane G. Pepper from Media, Pa. Chandler was in'st appointed to a 12-year term on Superior Court of Sussex County in 1985, and was later named resident judge. In 1989, he was named vice chancellor, only the third chancellor from Sussex County in Delaware's history. The H0n00 hpr0vement L0an F0r Pe0ple Wh0 D0dt Eqm00InThekH0me00 No equity?. No problem. Apply for a Key Federal Home Improvement Loan. There are no fees or dosing costs, and it has a low, fixed 10.75% annual percentage rate. And the interest can even be tax- deductible.* Apply for a Key Federal Home Improvement Loan today. Call the number below. KEY FEDERAL SAVINGS BANK Rehoboth Beach Ames Plaza Highway One 227-5882 I1 Certain restrictions apply. Lobby Hours: Mon-Thurs 9-3, Fri 9-6, Sat 9-12 mare coo.ct, t .dvi., Dfivt-in Houm Mon-Ffi 9-6, Sat 9-12 Mem FDIC for details. Kdsten Seal photo MIT program makes last stop in Milton The Multiple Intelligences and Talents Program (M.I.T.) wrapped up its district-wide program on Thursday, May 18 at Milton Middle School Seen here are (1. to r.) Stacey White and Christin Clark, exhibiting their project qmagination Ra- forest" for the fifth grade 'Environments" theme. Teachers Anne Hilton and Jane Ellan Golde have conducted six week programs with all Cape district elementary and middle schools since January. Meant to reinforce that learning can be fun and can take place under any different circumstances, the MJ.T. Program allows all students interested to create vi- mud, oral, written or performance projects under certain themes. GRLR NEFIT for St. Joseph's Regional Catholic High School 4 to 8 p.m. Sunday, June 11 at BayCenter, Ruddertowne Dewey Beach Live Entertainment. Silent Auction Buffet. Cash Bar Everyone's Invited! Tickets '15 per person Call 227-2367 or 539-1611 Tickets also available at the door Donations being accepted. Send to: St. Joseph's Catholic School PO Box 1205, Ocean View, DE 19970 / Pmm /Support Cntholi Education /t Warks!