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44- CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 19 , June 25, 1998 Lighthouse Christian School sets informational meeting June 22 Lighthouse Christian School, opening in September 1998 with classes for toddlers, preschoolers ages 2 to 4 and kindergartners will hold an informational meeting on Monday, June 22. The meeting will take place at 7 p.m., Monday, June 22, at the New Covenant Presbyterian Church, located in the lower level of the Casapulla's South building at Lighthouse Plaza on Route 1, just north of Kmart. All interested parents are invit- ed to meet Director Paula Wright, formerly of Epworth Preschool in Rehoboth, and her associate, Mis- sy Tate, owner and administrator of Weems Creek Nursery School and Kindergarten in Annapolis, Md., as well as teachers Sue Mohr, Michelle Goodrich, Pam Mancuso, Kathy Thompson, Heather Collins and Windy Phillips. The preschool and kindergarten will offer a curriculum that is both academically and developmental- ly appropriate for each age group. Language arts, math and science will be taught and practiced through learning centers set up for active, hands-on participation by small groups of children. History and traditions will be taught through thematic units involving arts and crafts, stories, music, games and cooking activities. Concepts of Christian character, virtues and an understanding of God will also be taught at the age- appropriate level. All classes will meet from 9 a.m. to noon. An op- tional lunch hour program and af- ternoon enrichment sessions are also being planned. Applications for enrollment are being accepted at this time for all age levels. Call Paula Wright at 645-0480 or 645- 0260 for further information. Head Start Continued from page 43 imaginations and pique curiosity about the unknown. Some of the books, such as "Hats Hats Hats" and "Bread Bread Bread" enter- tain while giving the readers a glimpse of other cultures, what they wear and what hey eat. Dorothy Cannon,tteacher, and Sherri Parsons, aide, said that the children all love the new books, and are eager to sit qetly while adults read to them. One young- ster reinforced the importance of idea that came to Mary and Mike Rawl as all those Beanie Babies rang up the register at Auntie M's Emporium. As he tried to decide which is his favorite of the new books, he remarked that he did not have any books at home. Anyone interested in learning more about Lewes Head Start can call 645-9165. ENGLISH IMPROVEMENT SERIES (NO. 10) Whois a subject.  Whom, an object, It originates action, receives action. s v o s v o Who telephoned Bob? Bob telephoned whom? S V 0 S V 0 WhO elected the president? The president defeated whom? f l Whom, not who, also serves as object of [ a preposition: I P 0 ? Example By whdm was he recommended. [ P 0 9 0 For whom did she ask. ith whom are they traveling? I d In dependent clauses, who and whom do the same jobs as in sentences, either as subjects or objects. Ktmmple The man (who came yesterday) has returned. The man (whom we saw yesterday) has returnecl Lawrence, (who intredtwed us), has arrive Lawrence, (whom we had not seen for years), called. Try the test. Check the correct box. Sample: Tt mdmmm dw Q whom fy0u liho is he 1. With who [I whom Q do you want to go? 2. The carpenter who O whom Q you called is ilL 3. Who Q Whom Q could have stolen the bike? 4. Who Q Whom Q will ever know the answer? 5. For who 1 whom Q have you voted? Anmmm: 1--whom;  3--who; 4-who; 5--who Sussex amily 00VMCA 105 Church Street, Rehoboth Beach, DE 302-227-8018 HENLOPER Cape High ROTC presents awards; Jackson first female commander Cape Heniopen High School's Junior ROTC program held its annual awards program in the Little theatre of Cape Henlopen High School on Wednesday, May 27. The program, for the 1997- 98 school year, included 172 students, many of whom received awards during the evening. The Cape Heniopen unit, in its first year of eligibility, received the Department of the Army's "Hon- or Unit With Distinction" designation. "We're very pleased with the award," said Battalion Commander Bryan Callaway. "This is our fourth year of existence and we're the only unit in Delaware to receive the honor this year." Another first for the Cape Heniopen unit wagthe in- stallation of Julie Jackson as the unit's first battalion commander. Jackson, who will be a se- nior next year, was appointed to the position to succeed Callaway, who is graduating this year. Among the awards presented this year were the "Superior Cadet" awards, which reccognizes the highest achieving members of each class in the high school's ROTC program. Shown here, with Col. Ron Erale, unit advisor (at far left), are this year's recipients. They are (l-r) Laura Masarik for grade 12; Jordan Moore for grade nine; Zachary Palmer for grade 10; Julie Jackson for grade 11 and Kristin Sing, also for grade nine Dena Fisher, grade 10; Jessica Hertzog, grade 10, and Danny Prettyman, grade 11, were also presented Superior Cadet awards but were not on hand when this photo was taken. Staff officers for the 1998-99 school year, in addition to Battalion Cmdr. Jackson, include Dan Prettyman, executive officer;, Erin Wertz, sergeant ma- jor; Jamie Dayton, personnel officer;, Kathy Lecates, security officer;, Autumn Vickers, opera- tions officer;, Florence White, supply officer and Alicia Perkins, public information officer. Special recognition during the ceremony went to Callaway, who received the Army ROTC col- lege scholarship; Laura Masarik, who received the VFW Post 7447 scholarship and the Univer- sity of Delaware Parallel Program Scholarship; and Alexia Waples, who received the VFW Post 7447 scholarship and Tuskegee Airman's scholarship. grams NEW PROGRAM BEGINS JUNE 22nd (8 week session) I00egister Now! Adult Fitness Youth Sports Swimming Lessons Spinning, Summer Camp Summer Memberships