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,28 - CdPE G Firlda Jm.e,rrlSVS000 Pageant Continued from page 27 degree at the University of Delaware. She plans to be- come a proj- ect engineer. In the talent competition, she will per- form a con- temporary jazz dance. KUttNS Jolene L. Cross, of Laurel, is a student in the early childhood ed- ucation pro- gram at Delaware Technical &' Community College and hopes to works as a CROSS English as a second language teacher for Spanish-speaking elementary-age students. She will offer a vocal selection in the talent competition. Shannan Elaine Davis, of Millsboro, is a student in the criminal jus- tice program at Delaware Technical & Community College. She wants to work in the child protec- DAVIS tion services field. She will per- form a tap dance in the talent competition. Patricia Renee McCausland, of Newark, is majoring in political sci- ence/dietetics at the Univer- sity of Delaware and hopes to be- come a regis- tered dietitian, MCCAUSLAND She will offer a Broadway vocal selection in the talent competition. Erin Cooper, of Wyoming. is a business ad- ministration major at the University of Delaware. She hopes to be- come a CPA and own her own firm. She will perform a COOPER contemporary dance selection in the talent com- petition. Elise Danielle Eckerd, of Dagsboro, is a music major at Immaculata College. Her career goals are to be a per- former/con- ductor or to work in the fashion mar- keting indus- ECKERD try. She will perform a popular vo- cal selection. Junnie Young Cross, of Dover, is a Spanish/com- munications major at the University of Delaware, who would like to work as a Spanish teacher or per- CROSS former. She will offer a Broadway vo- cal selection. Julie Dee Robertson, of Lewes, is a student in the criminal jus- tice program and the Real- tor's license program at Delaware Technical & Community ROBERTSON College. She would like to become a commercial recording artist or a Realtor. She will perform a vocal musi- cal selection in the talent compe- tition. Nicole Rebecca Hoffman of Georgetown is an elementary ed- ucation major at Southern Virginia Col- lege. She hopes to be an ele- mentary school teacher/advo- cate. She will HOFFblAN offer a popu- lar vocal piece in the talent com- petition. Evangeline Riley Williams, of Wilming- ton, is a mu- sic therapy major at Montclair State Univer- sity. She would like to be- come a music WILLIAMS therapist. In the talent competition, she will perform a vocal selection. Nichole Augustine Hoskins, of West Bloomfield, Mich., is a law student at Widener Law School. She would like to pursue a career in en- tertainment HOSKINS law or as a family and public law volunteer. She will perform a jazz vocal. Lauren Michelle Metzner, of Dover, is studying fash- ion merchan- dising/busi- ness at Dover High School, from which she will grad: uate this year. She hopes to METZNER be a fashion designer/buyer. In the talent competition, she will play a classical piano selec- tion. Judges for the pageant include Lowell Hill, who has been active- ly involved in Miss America pre- liminary pageants for over 30 years; Kim Christiansen-Feith, Miss Colorado 1980 and a nonfi- nalist talent award winner at the Miss America Pageant; Sharon Steele, cohost of the WAFL-FM Eagle 97.7 morning show; Phil Kimmi, regional field director and production staff member of the Miss Missouri pageant; Mar- go Ewing Bane Woodacre, Miss Delaware 1969 and the first woman elected as prothonotary of New Castle County and former state senator; Kevin Fleming, Na- tional Geographic and book pho- tographer; and Billinda Borden, who serves on the executive board of the Miss Maryland pag- eant and is listed in Outstanding Young Women of America. NASA scientist to give presentation in Lewes June 19 Living in Space, a presentation by Befit Bland, a NASA scientist from Wallops Island Station, will be held at 12:30 p.m., Monday, June 19, at the Lewes Public Library in the upstairs meeting room. The event is open to all and will feature a discussion about living in space, demonstrate an astronaut's space suit, space food and equip- ment. For more information, call 645-2733. J000S END OF CENTURY SALE m m Joss is clearing 7S0 sq. ft. of valuable warehouse space. 8 having a great sale. When you see the prices of these RED DOT SALE ITEMS you will realize this is a SERIOUS SALE SALE WILL NOT END until Due to Quantity. there will be additional sale Items weeklyl 27 BALTIMORE AVENUE HOURS MON.- SAT. 10- 5 SUN. 12- 4 227-8330 LcoME TO WE ACH REH,E)BoTH BE _./ Look for the blue b white umbrellas for parking info, permits b change (M, or.,  ......... days Ffi-Mon.) ....... sferable .............. $50 - 5:00 p.m. Friday before al Day, May 26 through Labor Day, September 4. Change Machine at First St. b Rehoboth Ave. b traffic island across from Rehoboth Fire Hall ig meters range from 25-75 cents per hour ding upon location 10:00 a.m. to midnight. Enj.. F',.'a--Vkg Iginning p 20th oy your stay with us and hurry back! /