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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday l/ine 4  June 10, 24 - 125 Steven Billups photos Del Tech holds 2004 commencement Delaware Technical & Community College held its 36th an- nual commencement May 18. Seven hundred and eight aca- demic awards were presented to the Class of 2004. The com- mencement speaker, Kathleen M. Roberts, above, is vice pres- ident of Discover Financial Service and president and CEO of Discover Bank in New Castle and Greenwood. Roberts spoke of her goal as a child to become president if the United States. Her father told her "we will have to work on that." She shared many small encouraging pieces of advice, such as "You are the only person in the world that is responsible for living your life." Shown below are Dr. Orlando J. George Jr., president of Delaware Technical and Community College, and Jennifer Lynn Sarik of Lewes. Sarik received her associate degree in Civil Engineering Technology with a 4.0 grade point average and graduated Summa Cum Laude. David Lee Collins from Milton received his associates de- gree in Criminal Justice Technology. Shown are Clifford Cub- bage, left, department chairman of Criminal Justice Techno !- ogy, and Collins. Eagles Nest announces Math Olympiad winners Twenty-two students from Ea- gles Nest Christian School partici- pated in the Math Olympiad pro- gram this year, coached by fifth grade teacher Nancy Cirelli. More than 500,000 students worldwide participated in this series of five monthly contests. Team members included Mar- gaux Lopez, Jake Jones, Kyle Kokjohn, Anthony Alverez, Eliza- beth Bivens, Ryan Moore, Ian Eckrote, Margaret Egeln, Sarah Samaha, Colleen Folke, Josh Wal- stead, Sarah Overman, Justin Fr- ketic, Alex Peterson, Samantha Fellner, Brandan Magathan, Jake Mills, Shane Smith, Remington Rice, Stephanie Greenly, Helen Catts and Shane Ghigliotti. Lopez received an award for scoring in the top 10 percent of all paFtic- pants. Jones, Kokjohn, Alverez, Bivens and Moore also received awards for placing in the top 50 percent of all participants. Prettyman honored by School Boards Assoc. The Delaware School Boards Association recently recognized recipients of Boardsmanship Cer- tificates for the 2003-04 school year. Submitted photo Post 5 supports Cape JROTC In support of Cape Henlopen High School's JROTC pro- gram, American Legion Post 5 commander Bill Smith recent- ly presented Senior Army Instructor Lt. Col. Ron Erale with a check for $500. First vice commander Don Mastracco joined the presentation. During the Cape Henlopen JROTC awards ceremony, cadets received awards for various achievements during the 2003-04 school year. Smith, left, and Mastracco, are shown with three of this year's recipients (l-r) Cadets Sara Hudson, Michael Guerrueri and Lara Hudson. The certifi- cate program is designed to recognize the time and com- mitment given by local school board mem- bers in their own profes- PRETITMAN sional develop- ment, maintaining their under- standing of board work and cur- rent educational issues. Noble Prettyman, a member of the Cape Henlopen School Board, was named as the Cape recipient. Prettyman was honored for his willingness to commit additional tine in leadership activities and to prepare himself to make educated leadership choices for the children of the district. CR's class of 1984 to hold reunion Aug. 7 Members of Caesar Rodney High School's class of 1984 will hold their 20-year reunion Aug. 7 at the Sheraton Inn, Dover. For more information, call Brenda Dill at 934-5447 or Kathy Fansler at 302-659-0188. DELAWARE SHORE FIELD HOCKEY the 7th annual INSTRUCTIONAL FIELD HOCKEY for Girls in Second through Sixth grades Grades 2-4 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Grades 5-6 4:40 p.m. to 5:40 p.m. At the Cape Henlopen HS Gym Dates are: > \\;. September 19 October 24 / t ? I September 26 October 3 October 31. /// October 10 November 7- tryouts v  ] ,, October 17 , for U12 team o 2 " Instruction includes both skills development and games. Come and enjoy the fun! Register your daughter now for $60 Registration includes USFHA membership, Delaware Shore Field Hockey Association membership and shirt. Additional equipment if needed: Stick ($21), Stick Bag ($20), Shinguards ($20), Ball ($4), Mouthguard ($1) ***'This must be ordered and included in fee when registering! Instruction will be provided by Nationally Certified Field Hockey Coaches and Delaware Shore FHA National Hockey Festival Team Members. Go to http://www.dsfha.org for all registration materials. Register by completing the downloaded forms from www.dsfha.org and mail ALL FORMS WITH YOUR CHECK payable to DSFHA to: Mike Eisenhour, DSFHA 34394 Retz Lane Lewes, DE 19958 Phone 302-645-2680 Registration deadline is Aug. 15th, 2004. No walk-in registration. CAPE GAZETTE, Friday l/ine 4  June 10, 24 - 125 Steven Billups photos Del Tech holds 2004 commencement Delaware Technical & Community College held its 36th an- nual commencement May 18. Seven hundred and eight aca- demic awards were presented to the Class of 2004. The com- mencement speaker, Kathleen M. Roberts, above, is vice pres- ident of Discover Financial Service and president and CEO of Discover Bank in New Castle and Greenwood. Roberts spoke of her goal as a child to become president if the United States. Her father told her "we will have to work on that." She shared many small encouraging pieces of advice, such as "You are the only person in the world that is responsible for living your life." Shown below are Dr. Orlando J. George Jr., president of Delaware Technical and Community College, and Jennifer Lynn Sarik of Lewes. Sarik received her associate degree in Civil Engineering Technology with a 4.0 grade point average and graduated Summa Cum Laude. David Lee Collins from Milton received his associates de- gree in Criminal Justice Technology. Shown are Clifford Cub- bage, left, department chairman of Criminal Justice Techno !- ogy, and Collins. Eagles Nest announces Math Olympiad winners Twenty-two students from Ea- gles Nest Christian School partici- pated in the Math Olympiad pro- gram this year, coached by fifth grade teacher Nancy Cirelli. More than 500,000 students worldwide participated in this series of five monthly contests. Team members included Mar- gaux Lopez, Jake Jones, Kyle Kokjohn, Anthony Alverez, Eliza- beth Bivens, Ryan Moore, Ian Eckrote, Margaret Egeln, Sarah Samaha, Colleen Folke, Josh Wal- stead, Sarah Overman, Justin Fr- ketic, Alex Peterson, Samantha Fellner, Brandan Magathan, Jake Mills, Shane Smith, Remington Rice, Stephanie Greenly, Helen Catts and Shane Ghigliotti. Lopez received an award for scoring in the top 10 percent of all paFtic- pants. Jones, Kokjohn, Alverez, Bivens and Moore also received awards for placing in the top 50 percent of all participants. Prettyman honored by School Boards Assoc. The Delaware School Boards Association recently recognized recipients of Boardsmanship Cer- tificates for the 2003-04 school year. Submitted photo Post 5 supports Cape JROTC In support of Cape Henlopen High School's JROTC pro- gram, American Legion Post 5 commander Bill Smith recent- ly presented Senior Army Instructor Lt. Col. Ron Erale with a check for $500. First vice commander Don Mastracco joined the presentation. During the Cape Henlopen JROTC awards ceremony, cadets received awards for various achievements during the 2003-04 school year. Smith, left, and Mastracco, are shown with three of this year's recipients (l-r) Cadets Sara Hudson, Michael Guerrueri and Lara Hudson. The certifi- cate program is designed to recognize the time and com- mitment given by local school board mem- bers in their own profes- PRETITMAN sional develop- ment, maintaining their under- standing of board work and cur- rent educational issues. Noble Prettyman, a member of the Cape Henlopen School Board, was named as the Cape recipient. Prettyman was honored for his willingness to commit additional tine in leadership activities and to prepare himself to make educated leadership choices for the children of the district. CR's class of 1984 to hold reunion Aug. 7 Members of Caesar Rodney High School's class of 1984 will hold their 20-year reunion Aug. 7 at the Sheraton Inn, Dover. For more information, call Brenda Dill at 934-5447 or Kathy Fansler at 302-659-0188. DELAWARE SHORE FIELD HOCKEY the 7th annual INSTRUCTIONAL FIELD HOCKEY for Girls in Second through Sixth grades Grades 2-4 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Grades 5-6 4:40 p.m. to 5:40 p.m. At the Cape Henlopen HS Gym Dates are: > \\;. September 19 October 24 / t ? I September 26 October 3 October 31. /// October 10 November 7- tryouts v  ] ,, October 17 , for U12 team o 2 " Instruction includes both skills development and games. Come and enjoy the fun! Register your daughter now for $60 Registration includes USFHA membership, Delaware Shore Field Hockey Association membership and shirt. Additional equipment if needed: Stick ($21), Stick Bag ($20), Shinguards ($20), Ball ($4), Mouthguard ($1) ***'This must be ordered and included in fee when registering! Instruction will be provided by Nationally Certified Field Hockey Coaches and Delaware Shore FHA National Hockey Festival Team Members. Go to http://www.dsfha.org for all registration materials. Register by completing the downloaded forms from www.dsfha.org and mail ALL FORMS WITH YOUR CHECK payable to DSFHA to: Mike Eisenhour, DSFHA 34394 Retz Lane Lewes, DE 19958 Phone 302-645-2680 Registration deadline is Aug. 15th, 2004. No walk-in registration.