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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 7 - June 13, 1996.29 "ScHoOL & EDtICATIO0000 Cape,.00Henlopen High School s00tlutes Class of 1996 Above, 1996 Cape Henlopen High School graduateFrederick Harvey H, class treasurer, holds godson D.J. Curtis and gives mom, Thelma Harvey, a big hug. At left, Catherine Cannon gives the high five to fellow grad- uate John Yilmaz after he receives his diploma. Above, left, Shelley Sentman (left) shares tears and hugs of joy with fellow address by Principal Ron Burrows and Superintendent Suellen Skeen. Tama- graduate Meg Clifton. At center, Tommy Engel blows a few farewell bubbles ra Waples and Holly Brock gave a musical selection and Class President Bran- as he prepares to leave the high school. James Brady (at right), former press di Townsend gave the student address. Student Government Association secretary for President Ronald Reagan and vice chairman for the National President Grace Krajewski introduced Brady, with more music by Meg Head Injury Foundation, speaks out on gun control to the Class of 1996. Brady Clifton, Lea Fritz and Leigh Ann Donovan. School Board President Butch has a vacation home in the Rehoboth Beach area. Archer conferred the diplomas and District Administrator Esthelda Sclby and Class Vice President Emily Weer gave the salute to the flag, followed by an Class Secretary Abby Steele presented the senior farewell Carolyn Cross (left) shares a few moments with friend Ash- ley Hackett of Lewes following the ceremony, when 196 stu- dents graduated to the tunes of the Concert Band. There are no Cape Henlopen School District menus for the month of June, as each school is making up its own menu. Angie Moon photos Takeanya Waples and James Wagamon Jr. reflect the excitement generated by the graduat- ing class during the June 4 commencement exercises, held in the Cape High School gym, which was filled to capacity.