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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 19 - June 25, 1998 - 45 George honored by international honor society Dr. Orlando J. George Jr., president of Delaware Technical &amp; Com- munity College, has been selected as President of the Year by Alpha Beta Gamma, an international business honor society for two-year col- leges. George was nominated for this honor by the Eta Delta chapter at Delaware Tech's Terry Campus for his outstanding contributions to ed- ucation and commitment to students. George has been president of Delaware Tech since 1995. He joined the college in 1969 as a math instructor and as served as de- partment chair, dean of instruction, assistant campus director, and vice president and campus director. George was presented with a plaque at the June 16 board of trustees meeting. Little Angels holds graduation exercises The Little Angels Daycare and Learning Center at Nassau Commons celebrated its fourth annual graduation ceremonies on Friday, May 29. The 36 graduates sang songs for an appre- ciative crowd of friends and relatives, who enjoyed the outdoors ceremony before each of the graduates received their diplomas. Here, Little Angels director Linda Walls discusses the school year with the parents as the children wait to begin their performances. Cape High student to attend le Marguerite McDonald of Re- hoboth Beach will participate in the 1998 National Youth Leader- ship Forum on Medicine, July 5 - July 15, in Boston. McDonald, a member of the class of 1999 at Cape Henlopen High School, will be among 350 outstanding high school juniors and seniors from across America who have attained the qualifications required to par- ticipate in the forum. McDonald was selected because of her out- standing academic achievements and her interest in the profession of medicine. For the July Forum on Medi- cine, McDonald will join her fel- low students in Boston for 11 days of discovery and mentorship at some of the nation's most promi- nent and technologically ad- vanced medical institutions. The students will visit such prestigious Marguerite McDonald of Rehobeth Beach will attend the 1998 National Youth Leadership Forum. medical establishments as Harvard Medical School; Brown Universi- ty School of Medicine; City Lab; Boston University School of Med- icine; Tufts University School of Medicine; Brockton Hospital; East Boston Neighborhood Health Cen- ter;, Beth Israel Deaconess Med- ical Center; the Veterans Adminis- tration Medical School in Provi- dence, R.I.; Winchester Hospital; and the University of Massachu- setts Medical School. Intensive day-long concentrations at these and other institutions will allow students to examine state-of-the- art diagnostic tools and future medical specialties in detail. Stu- dents will also have the opportuni- ty to study and learn from some of the nation's most distinguished medical leaders. Prominent lead- ers in the medical community from whom students are scheduled to hear include Dr. Kenneth C. Edelin, associate dean for students and minority affairs, Boston Uni- versity School of Medicine; and Dr. Susan Briggs, associate chief of trauma service, Massachusetts General Hospital. The National Youth Leadership is a nonprofit educational organi- zation that sponsors highly spe- cialized, career-oriented programs for outstanding high school stu- dents with demonstrated leader- ship potential. The National Youth Leadership Forum devel- ops and conducts annual forums on medicine, law and defense, in- a:l, ership forum telligence and diplomacy. Many students are nominated to participate in these forums by high school teachers and guidance coun- selors. Interested educators, parents and students are encouraged to contact the forum office of admis- sions at 202-628-6090 or by e-mail at <info@nylf.org>. The Web site is located at the following: <www.nationalyouth.org>. Phillips selected as St. Andrew's student president Mark Phillips of Rehoboth Beach will represent St. Andrew's School as president of the senior class and student body during the 1998-99 school year. Phillips, who is the first-seat trumpet player in the St. Andrew's jazz and concert bands, plays squash and baseball. He is among the highest academically ranked stu- dents in his class. In May, he earned the Dartmouth College Book Award for his accomplishments as a junior who is well rounded in academics and extracurricular ac- tivities. Phillips, a senior, is the son of Donna Phillips of Rehoboth Beach and Don Phillips of PHILLIPS Laurel. VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL JUNE 22-26 6:45-8:30 p.m. Registration begins at 6:30 p.m. Midway Assembly of God Rt. 1 & Postal Lane Your kids will dive into God's Word and the world He created for us as they learn about His wonderful creation...the sea! Classes for ages 4-14 or just finishing 9th grade. For more information call 645-9643 CAPE HENLOPEN HIGH SCHOOL m MUSIC PROGRAM'S TRIP TO $350,750 LONDON is2oo,,,ool "BOOT SALE" I FLEA MARKET WHEN? Every Sunday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. (28 June ti130 August) WHERE? Cape Henlopen High School, IParldn 9 Lot, Savannah Road (On the way to the Ferry and Cape Henlopen State Park) Pick up treasures. Support the Music Program Trip to London. Vendors. Call early to reserve your spot. Coordinator, John Gordon at 947-1789 $200,000 ONGOING RAFFLES Sponsored by Short's Marine, the Sea Doo personal watercraft valued at $4,950 Fall Rock F'shing Tdp on the charter boat "The Master" s p(sored by Rick & Debbie Simms valued at $400. Hand-made Angel Quilt sponsored by "Mare's Bears Quilt Shop." For tickets on any of the above raffles contact any Band or Chorus Member or Linda Beebe at 645-5260 $100,000 $20,000 THANKS TO THE FOLLOWIIG INDIVIDUALS AND ORGANIZATIONS FOR THEIR SUPPORT: Patricia McMillon Chris King John Lingo Realty Mr. & Mrs. Robert Nicbelson Dorathea Welk Susan Benner Parsell Funeral Homes The Cape Gazette If you would flko to mako s ont  if you n any aidditior,,-I I on any of the esents, p cJll Lynn Blurter at 14..2772.  ae,q m  monmd by Prod  Homes  e Cape Gazm. Please visit our Web Sile'J/www.geodl "" 792J