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44 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 2 - June 8, 1995 MISS GREENVILLE Pageant Continued from page 39 tend Beebe School of Nursing. She will sing "Cabaret" and will discuss "Placing Children First" for the Platform/Critical Issue portion of her competition. MISS HOCKESSIN Kyle Haberkost: Haberkost graduated from Alexis I. duPont High School and will attend Elon College where she plans to major in elementary education. She will perform the Adagio in B Flat on clarinet and will discuss "Habitat For Humanity" as her Platform/Critical Issue focus. MISS WILMINGTON Aishah S.U.S. Bradley II: Bradley is a graduate of Delaware State University and will attend Dickinson School of Law. She will perform a jazz dance to "Them There Eyes" and will dis- cuss "Community Motivation/Ex- cellence in Education" as her Plat- form/Critical Issue focus. MISS KENT COUNTY Wendy Lynn DeLeo: DeLeo is a graduate of Shenandoah Con- servatory where she received a B/F.A. in Musical Theater and is now attending Penn State Univer- sity where she is seeking a mas- ter's degree in speech pathology and arts medicine. She will sing a classical piece entitled "Una Voce Poco Fa" and will discuss "Suicide Prevention (15-24 years of age)" as her Plat- form/Critical Issue focus. MISS COLLEGIATE Tracy K. Friswelh Friswell is a graduate of University of Delaware where she majored in elementary and special education. She will perform a tap dance to "Tap Your Troubles Away" and will discuss "Encouraging The Acceptance Of Diversity" as her Platform/Critical Issue focus. MISS TRI-COUNTY Shawna Ward: Ward is at- tending Delaware State University where she is majoring in market- ing. She will perform a dramatic monologue: "Stand Up" and will focus on "Employment of Persons With Disabilities" for her Plat- form/Critical Issue. Jacqueline Padgett Pilla: Pilla graduated from the University of Delaware with a major in commu- nity and family service. She will dance to "This Is The Moment" and the focus of her Platform/Crit- ical Issue will be "Children First In The First State." MISS DOVER Angel Hardy: A graduate of Caesar Rodney High School, Hardy will attend University of Massachusetts where she will ma- jor in theater. She will perform a monologue "Get On Board" and will discuss "AIDS Awareness In The Heterosexual Community" as her Platform/Critical Issue focus. MISS BRANDYWINE MicheHe Harris: Harris gradu- ated from Duke University with a major in English/Afro American Studies and is now doing post graduate work toward an MBA at University of Delaware. She will sing "I Will Always Love You" and will focus on "Education Re- form For Learning Disabled Stu- dents" for the Platform]Critical Is- sue portion of the competition. MISS GOLDEY-BEACOM DanYelle C. Carter: Carter at- tends Goldey-Beacom College where she is majoring in market- ing. She will perform a dramatic skit: "Still I Rise" and will focus on 'Day Care In Colleges and/or Universities" for the Platform/Critical Issue portion of her competition. MISS DIAMOND STATE Maria Teresa Martinez: Mar- tinez is a graduate of Dover High School and will attend University of Delaware where she will major in business administration. She will play "Valse" on the piano and will discuss "Foreign Language Education" as the focus of her Platform/Critcal Issue portion. MISS PIKE CREEK Teresa C. Mullin: Mullin is at- tending University of Delaware where she is majoring in biotech- nology. She will perform "Or- nithology" on the saxophone and will discuss "The Rights Of Men- tally And Physically Disabled Children" as the focus of her Plat- form/Critical Issue portion. MISS STANTON Jennifer R. Learn: Learn graduated from the University of Delaware where she majored in nursing. She will sing "Orange Colored Sky" for her talent per- formance and will focus on "Have A Heart Health Education Re- source Training" for the Plat- form/Critical Issue portion of the competition. Miss Delaware 1995 will be crowned following the competi- tion Saturday night. Additional scholarships and awards will he given at the Awards Breakfast on Sunday, June 4 at the BayCenter. Boyce's Restaurant & Pub 1 & 31 Robinson Drive Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971 227-8600 Daily Bar Specials 4 - 7 Crab Barn Restaurants (Wednesday, June 7) A.Y.C.E. CRAB FEAST & COMEDY SHOW aONG $45.00 PER COUPL Show only $8 in Advance $ I0 at the Door Pickin' starts at 7:00 Grinnin' starts at 9:30 Ackerman to address Friends of Library Former Lewes resident and author of the recently published "Notes from the Shore", Jennifer Ackerman, will be the guest speaker at the an- nual meeting of the Friends of Lewes Public Library at 7:30 p.m., Fri- day, June 9 in the library Community Room. The meeting is open to the public. A writer for the National Geographic Society and three-year resident of Lewes Beach, Ackerman writes about her experiences discovering the natural life of the marsh, dune and bay areas around Lewes. Anyone interested in national history of the Cape region will enjoy "Notes from the Shore" and the personal insights and observations of its author. The public is encouraged to share with Ackerman her sense of where our re- lationship with nature is headed. At the meeting, the Friends will also elect officers for the coming year. Light refreshments will be served. Where Quality & Customer Meet MIDWAY SUPPLY PRINTING COPIES OFFICE SUPPUES AWrlST SUPPUES FAX & PHONE ORDERS PROMPT DEUVERY 1542 Highway One Lewes, Delaware 19958 (302) 645-2287 Fax: 302/645-0162 IT'S TZME TO REPLACE THAT OLD SWIMSUIT!! Come to For A Great Selection Of Swimsuits For Men & Women Car00 A Rehoboth Tradition 31 Rehoboth Avenue 227-7990 Open Daily 9:30 a.m. to 9 p.m.