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-1- kTE ;plit Ien 35O BA, to Of nail Delmarva's classical music station will continue to broadcast By Andrew Keegan Classical music and regional news programs will continue broadcasting across Delmarva as Salisbury University (SU) elected not to sell WSCL-FM to a Balti- more-based radio station. The 33 member SU board of di- rectors voted unanimously, June 11, to retain the area's sole classi- cal music radio station. WSCL-FM was founded in 1987 on the campus of Salisbury University. The station is affiliat- ed with National Public Radio and Public Radio International. Com- munity support has always been strong, according to station man- ager Fred Marino. "More than 35,000 people tune in every week," said Marino. "Since the station began serving Delmarva almost 16 years ago, listeners have contributed more than $5 million." WSCL receives about $100,000 annually from the uni- versity. The remainder $700,000 of its yearly operating budget comes from donors. .While the stations financial sla- ms was not a contributing factor in considering the sale, recent uni- versity cutbacks led the board to consider the offer, according to Board Chairman Henry Hanna. The university eliminated 15 ad- ministrative positions this past fis- cal year. WSCL is estimated to be worth $1 million. The public board meeting, at- tended by approximately 125 indi- viduals, did offer solutions regard- ing the stations link to SU. Ac- cording to SU President Janet Dudley-Eshbach, a tighter bond must develop between the two en- titles. Although based on the uni- versity campus, the station cur- rently provides no internship op- portunities. Eshbach also suggest- ed cultural events at SU be fea- tured on WSCL. The board elected to form a panel of university officials, stu- dents and WSCL personnel to re- view and amend the stations 'for- mat. The effectiveness in serving the interests of the community and SU will be evaluated after one year. For more information visit their par t i n making your WE D D I N G extraordinary. And become an inseparable piece of the moment's magic. charle ......... , t. $ weddings . - .... part,es occasions Call to schedule an appointment. 1002 Kings Highway, Lewes DE 19958 302.644.8979 CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 13 - June 19, 2003 - 17 Dad will love gifts from the -- Rehoboth Outlets Treat your dad to an exceptional Father's Day gift when you visit Rehoboth Outlets. More than 140 tax free stores carry merchandise guar- anteed to put a smile on his face. Dad will love a two piece luggage set from Polo at Designer Fragrance & Cosmetic Company. Priced at a mere $12.50, you'll love it, tool Need more gift ideas for dad? Men's boxers are two for $18 in a variety of prints at Maidenform, while Samsonite features wheeled business cases at 40-60 percent discounts and golf bag covers for Will dad love $79.99. lft Remember dad on Father's Day and keep him punctual! Harley Davidlson of Rehoboth Beach features beautiful timepieces from Bulova. Terrific Toys has a wide selection of die-cast collector cars and trucks from $2.99 to $5.99. Pick one up for dad! Choose from the Ford woody wagon, a 1955 Thunderbird, '57 Chew pickup truck and more. Give dad the gift of comfort when you treat him to a new goose down The whole family will enjoy shopping at the Rehoboth Outlets. a gift from Rehoboth Outlets? See for your- pillow from Midwest Feather & Down. If your dad thinks "nothing is too hot" for him, stop by Peppers and get a fiery Father's Day gift. Choose from a blazing selection of super hot and award-winning hot sauces. The perfect Father's Day gift doesn't have to cost a fortune! NASCAR and sports merchandise is available at rea- sonable prices at the VF Factory Outlet. The Saucony Clearance Center fea= tures great shoes at great prices, rang- ing from $19.99 to $29.99. Visit Coach in Rehoboth Oudets Center 1 for great gift ideas, such as wallets, travel bags, briefcases and more. Choose from slightly imperfect, discontinued and first-quality, factory- exclusive products. Buy one pair of shoes for dad's gift at Vans and get a second pair for your- self for half offi Meanwhile, wouldn't dad love a styl- ish look from Aeropostale, where new summer fashions for dad are offered at great prices. Madras, chambray and poplin short- sleeved shirts in an array of plaids and solids are featured at Eddie Bauer, where you'll want to match them with twill pleated, cargo, beach and water shorts in a variety of summer colors. Want to show dad you really love him?, Treat him to a three-stone dia- mond ring or pendant from Gold Mine Jewelry. Enhance all your special occasions with purchases from the Rehoboth Outlets! For more information about the Rehoboth Outlets, call 302-226- 9223 or see