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32 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 7 - June 13, 1996 Scholarship Continued from page 31 Paul Sponaugle - Scholastic and Athlet- ic Award; Blessed Virgin Mary Sodality St. Edmond's and St. Jude's Parish Award ($500); The H. Walton Jones Award #oven in memory of James Brian Nowakowski for the best all around male chorus mem- ber ($100); Honors Progtmn Recognition for completion of all requirements of the Cape Henlopon High School Honors Pro- gram; President's Education Award for Outstanding Academic Achievement. Mike Starr - Certificate of Recognition for Creativity and Problem Solving in Computer Science. Nicole Staff - Scholastic and Athletic Award; Senior Varsity Award Certificate. Darnell Strand - Male Outstanding Ath- lete Class of 1996; Senior Varsity Award Certificate. - Tanika Thompson - Foundations High School Scholarship Greenwood Trust Company ($5,000); Certificate of Recog- nition for E0tcellence in A.P. Biology Stu- dent Aide; Principal's Award for Service; Henlopen Ruritan Scholarship Harbeson Club ($I00); Beta Sigma Phi Sorority Scholarship ($250); Junior League of Hon- or Certificate Chapel of Four Chaplains. Brandi Townsend - Certificate of Recognition for Conscientious Scholarship in British Literature; Certificate of Recog- nition for Exemplary Performance in Hon- ors in Contemporary Issues; Principal's Award for Leadership. Jay Wagamon - Senior Varsity Award Certificate. Takeanya Waples - Walmart Scholar- ship Finalist ($25); Certificate of Recogni- tion for Outstanding Work in Computer Applications; Certificate in Recognition of Interest and Participation in the Delaware Secondary Mathematics League; Upward Bo.und Program. Recognition for Participa- tion; University Academic Award Univer- sity of Delaware ($9,206 renewable); For- tune 2000 Program University of Delaware ($3,500); Urban Bankers of Delaware Scholarship ($1,000); Wescoat Scholar- ship St. Peter's Episcopal Church ($500); Honors of Miss Haramhee 1996 Sussex County Alumnae Chapter Delta Sigma Theta Sorority ($1,200); George E. Gordy Family Educational Trust Fund ($3,000). Tamara Waples - Alpha Kappa Alpha Debutante Award ($219); National School Choral Award; Cape Henlopen Education Association ($200). Ossie Warrington - Certificate of Recognition for Service to the high school office; Senior Varsity Award Certificate. Candy Watson - Mellon Bank Award for Continuing Education ($50 bond); 1996 Young Achiever Award WHYY-TV 12 and Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Delaware; Village Improvement Associa- tion Good Citizenship Award ($100 Bond). Emily Weer - Female Outstanding Ath- lete Class of i996; Scholastic and Athletic Award; Field Hockey Scholarship Ap- palachian State University ($1,000);.Se- nior Varsity Award Certificate. Lindsay Weldin - Certificate of Recog- nition for Outstanding Service to the high school office; Salisbury State'University School of Science and Technology Twelfth Annual High School Math Contest Certificate of P .articipation; President's Education Award for Outstanding Acade- mic Achievement; Presidential Scholar- ship High Point University ($4,500 renew- able). Guy Wesson - Senior Varsity Award Certificate. April West - Certificate of Recognition for Assistance in the Library. George White - Senior Varsity Award Certificate. Christopher Williams - Scholastic and Athletic Award; Army National Guard Award; Department of the Army Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps Senior Army Instructor Leadership Award; Cer- tificate of Recognition for Outstanding Achievement in Physical Education; Se- nior Varsity Award Certificate; Western Maryland College Academic Scholarship ($4,000). Heather Williams - Certificate of Recognition for Outstanding Academic Achievement in Introduction to Business. Stephen Wilson - Honors Program Recognition for completion of all require- ments for the Cape Henlopen High School Honors Program; Milton Chamber of Conunerce Scholarship ($750); Certificate of Recognition for being most creative in Honors Contemporary Issues; President's Education Award for Outstanding Achievement; Letter of Commendation National Merit Scholarship Program. Sasha Woertz - Scholastic and Athletic Award; Senior Varsity Award Certificate; Emie Ratledge Scholarship Lewes Lions Club ($1,000); Wescoat Scholarship St. Peter's Epispal Church ($500). Michael Wright - Wescoat Scholahip St. Peter's Episcopal Church ($500); Zwaanendael Club of Lewes Scholastic Award to a resident of Lewes and based on need ($400 sent to college); Rehoboth Beach Lions Club Scholarship ($1,000). Paul Wright - Tandy Technology Schol- ar Champion in Classroom Certificate; Certificate of Recognition for Maintaining highest overall average in Advanced Biol- ogy; Graduating Senior Scholarship Feder- ation of American Consumers and Travel- ers ($10,000); Honors Program for com- pletion of all requirements of the Cape Henlopon High School Honors Program; Diamond State Scholar State of Delaware Merit Scholarship Higher Education Com- mission ($1,000 renewable); President's Education Award for Outstanding Acade- mic Achievement; American Legion Post 5 Scholarship ($1,200); Delaware Coast Press Award for Leadership ($250). John Yilmaz - Certificate of Recogni- tion Assistant Nurse's Office. Tim York - Louis Armstrong Jazz Award; Certificate of Recognition for Ser- vice to the High School Office. Katie Young - Senior Varsity Award Certificate. Casey Zolpor - Senior Varsity Award Certificate. Steele graduates from Bridgton Academy Spencer Steele, the son of Suenell and Darrell Steele of Lewes, was a member of the graduating class of 1996 at Bridgton Academy's 188th commencement exercises on May 11. Steele, who graduated with high honors, received the Holt Award in Computer Science. He served as a Admission Ambassador and was a member of the academy's cross country and lacrosse teams. He will attend Fairfield University. I New Construction. 166 Henlopen Ave. ~ In Town Rehoboth. Charm, detail, paddle fan, windowseat, oak floors, great room, cathedral ceilings, fireplace, maintenance free, custom kitchen & baths, privacy, large yard, plenty of parlng ... $237,500 Developer: Thomas D. Kling O'Conor, Piper & Flyrm Builder: Grant T. Dockety 323A Rehoboth Avenue REALTOR@ : Doug Davis 227-6111 or 800-999-6115 A w,w,.dou00davis.oom MMS students compete in world Odyssey Milton Middle School students competed in the Internation- al Odyssey of the Mind Competition held in Ames, Iowa last week, headed by teacher Diane Albanese. With the category Balsa Wood ages 15 and under, "they did really well, solving five problems called 'Crunch", ALbanese said. In the state competition they managed to hold up 240 pounds with balsa wood, but modifications were specified in the internationals which kept them at 120 pounds. "In the spontaneous competition, which is a hands on problem, they were doing very well but ran out of time s she added. "Most of all it's an international festival of friendship and cooperation,  Albanese noted, adding that they stayed in the dorms and traded pins from all over the world. Above, are all team members and coaches (back row) Dave Baker (middle row, l-r) Sandy Baker, coach; Rob Baker, David Redard and Christian Hollingsworth; (front row) William AI. banes,v, Andrew McManaman, Dan Redard, Joey Baker and Diane Albanese, coach. SDALL honors volunteer teachers The Southern Delaware Acade- my of Lifelong Learning members recently gathered for the annual spring luncheon to honor contri- butions of volunteer teachers. The Academy just concluded the most successful spring semes- ter which included courses that ranged from music appreciation to basics of the golf swing. SDALL's newly elected council members were introduced. They are Peggy Tappan and Howard Maxwell of Rehoboth Beach, Wes Rumble of Milford and Norman Weston of Lewes. Most classes are at the Virden Center during the school year. The fall semester begins Sept. 24; and the course catalogue will be available in mid- August. SDALL is a continuing education program for those 50 years and older, and it offers an opportunity for creative and ex- ploration of many subjects. For in- formation, call 645-4111. Don't Miss Our Exciting Upcoming Events! Saturday, June 15th "Lewes Festival Of .Gardens" Friday, June 21st "96 Senior Prom"