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110 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 13 - June 19, 2003 The mighty mariners of Milton Middle School Dan Cook photo Honan earns memorial scholarship Catherine Honan of Lincoln received the 2003 Ethel M. Cook Memorial Scholarship during the 39th annual com- mencement of the dames H. Groves High School June 9. Ho- nan, who was away from school 28 years, returned to finish her diploma work 18 months ago and completed the require- ments this May. The scholarship, named for Ethel Cook, who graduated from Groves at the age of 79, is given each year in her memory by her son Daniel, a former teacher at Groves and currently a teacher at Cape Henlopen High School. Shown with Honan are Ethel Cook's grandsons James, left, and Franc. I I magna cum laude. She is a 1999 graduate of Cape Henlopen High School. Academic Pursuits extends registration Registration for summer work- shops being offered at Academic Pursuits, a nonprofit tutoring agency, will be extended to Satur- day, June 28. Elementary and high school classes will begin the week of July 14. Call 684-5041 or ac- cess Academic Pursuits' website at for more information on registration and instruction being offered. UD grads earn degrees in southern Delaware Fifty-five residents of southern Delaware earned diplomas from the University of Delaware this spring by taking classes exclu- sively in Kent and Sussex Coun- ties. Area graduates incld Duff, who earned a bachelor of science in education, David Fred- crick, who earned a master's de- gree in liberal studies, and June Turansky, who earned a doctorate in education, all of Lewes; Laura Masarik, bachelor of arts, Robert Orledge, bachelor of applied sci- ence and Karen Sposato, master of instruction, all of Milton; and from Rehoboth, Timothy Clausen, master of instruction, Christina Graviet, master of instruction, L. Michelle John, master of instruc- tion, Michael Kelley, doctor of in- struction, and Kathy Webb, master of instruction. - Conlon a graduate of  Lynchburg College Christina Conlon of Rehoboth, Conlon, recently graduated from Lynchburg College, a private col- lege in central Virginia. Conlon earned a bachelor's de- gree in psychology and graduated Condon named to dean's list at Wilson Tracey Condon, the daughter of Glenn and Marianne Condon, was named to the Wilson College spring semester dean's lisf. Condon, a member of the class of 2005, is majoring in equestrian studies and is a graduate of Cape Henlopen High School. Wilson College is located in Chambersburg, Pa. Abel graduates from Culinary Institute Leland John Abel of Milton, the son of James and Chris Abel, graduated May 9 from the Culi- nary Institute of America, Hyde Park, N.Y. Abel, a graduate of Cape Hen- lopen High School, plans to open his own restaurant in the future. Lingo graduates with high honors Elisabeth Lingo, the daughter of Ken and Carol Lingo, graCu- ated cum laude from St. An- drew's School, Middletown, on May 25. Lingo has committed to Connecticut College, where: LINGO she will plfly field hockey andl swim. She plans to major in envi-. ronmental studies. Wright earns dean's list honors at Wake Forest Michael Wrht of Lewes has been named to the dean's list for the fall semester at Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, N.C. Wright is a senior majoring at communications. Erik Sumption photos To celebrate the launching of the new Mariner Middle School in Milton, teachers and stu- dents participated in the first annual Mighty Mighty Mariner Technology Plywood Regatta June 6 at Milton Park. Above, trying to prevent their vessel "Sunkin Ship" from capsizing are 8th graders Nicole Burckius and Hannah Locken. Below, plywood boats follow orders in Milton Park by going slow and not creating any wake. The new Mariner Middle School which will open in the fall was given its name because of the shipbuilding history of the town. Technology teacher Scott Burd thought it would be a good idea to make mariners out of the students. Delaware Tech presents student awards The 23rd annual Student. Awards Program took place May 2 at the Owens campus of Delaware Tech- nicM & CofiamUniiy College. Awards were presented to one student in each diploma/degree curriculum. Selections for thc;se yearly awards are based on academic iexcellence, 'e- lationship with peers and staff, and other service contributions. In addition, the Andre Higgins Alumni Graduation Award was presented to a graduating student vho distinguished him/herself while pursuing an academ- ic career, and the Bernard Luterancik Engineering Award went to an outstanding student in the Archi- tectural Engineering Technology program. Two special presentations were made by the Phi Theta Kappa and Alpha Beta Gamma honor soci- eties, and the Owens campus members of the 2003 All-Delaware Academic Team were recognized for their achievements. Thv Y Outstanding Student Award recipients were: Business Technologies Degree Business Administration - Accounting - Allen David Meck, Lewes. Business Administration - Business/General - Richard Miller, Rehoboth Beach. Applied Agriculture - Horticulture - Donna Hamiltofl,Georgetown General Engineering Teclogy - Jonathan Harp, Rehob;Beach " Industrial Education Degree Automotive Technol- ogy - Andrew C. Ockels, Milton Commercial Transportation -Richard K. Brady, Milton Refrigeration, Heating & Air Conditioning - An- drew Needham, Rehoboth Beach Public Service Degree -Communications - Sandra Walls, Harbeson Criminal Justice - Ryan Lloyd, Georgetown H Services - Wanda Mixon, Milton Early:hildhEducation-Early Childhood De- veloenf - Shirley Davis, lisboro Special Awards Andre Higgins Alumni Graduati6n'Award -Lisa Marie Bales, Milton Special Presentation Awards  Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society- Lisa Marie Bales, Milton 2003 All-Delaware Academic Team - Lisa Marie Bales, Milton.