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46 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 19 - June 25, 1998 College of Marine Studies offers Brown Bag Series The University of Delaware's nounced. Graduate College of Marine Stud- Wednesday, July 22 - David ies will present a series of weekly Ruppel, graduate student, noontime Brown Bag Seminars. Oceanography Program; "Rust The seminars are in the Cannon and Gee: Corrosion in the Marine Laboratory, Room 203, Pilottown Environment." Road, Lewes. They will be pry- Wednesday, July 29 - Dr. Nan- sented by faculty, staff and gradu- cy Targett, Marine Biology/Bio- ate students of the college with chemistry faculty; Topic to be an- occasional seminars by visiting nounced. specialists. Wednesday, Aug. 5 - Dr. Wednesday, June 24 - Dr. Matthew Cottrell - post doctoral David Hutchins, Oceanography researcher, Marine Biology/Bio- Program faculty; "What Limits chemistry; "Bacteria and Carbon Phytoplankton in the Ocean?" Cycling." Wednesday, July 1 - Dr. Amy Milton Middle site of Beetown Market "*"." P'" ."*'*" Witter, post doctoral researcher, Oceanography Program; "Trace On a big day in H.O. "Beetown," shoppers came from far and Metal Speciation in Seawater: It's wide to buy goods and services from the young entrepreneurs All Too Complexed for Me." of the elementary school. The going currency was "Bee" men- Wednesday, July 8 - Matthew ey and everyone had to exchange their U.S. currency for the appropriate yellow bucks. Above, Irene Denhan is the main Schwartz, graduate student, money changer as John Stenger of Lewes trades in some Oceanography Program;"Ground- green for some yellow. All money raised goes to benefit H.O.B. water Interactions in the Coastal I PE,CJ"fO()I_ projects and students are recognized with special awards for Ocean." I success in their own shops. Shoppers had to come early to i  Thursday, July 16-Dr Patrick | ACCEPTING Beetown or risk this scene at Nick's Assortment of Toys at _r Gaffney, Marine Biology/Bio- right. Nick Lebert finds that small cars, Barman and other ac- chemistry faculty; Topic to be an- J APPLICATIONS tion figures are popular items, even when the cost is several Lint[ted Space Bee dollars. Nick and many other student business owners Bacher earns degree 3 & 4 Year Old Program sold out early, but shoppers could still find bargains almost until closing time June 2. There were other toy booths and fi'om Salisbury State 57 Sussex Street, many food shops selling baked goods, popcorn, candies and Heather Lyn Bacher, the daugh- Rehoboth Beach, DE drinks. Some shops sold handmade paper flowers and friend- ter of Michael and Jo-Ann Bacher ship jewelry and there was a go-fish game and even Ta Shun- of Lewes, received her bachelor of da's - n - Victoria's Nail Shop where patrons could have their nails decorated with an assortment of colors and designs, arts degree in communications from Salisbury State University on Saturday, May 23. Wilmington College lists Cape Region graduates She has accepted a position with Crestar Bank in the Washington, Wilmington College has an- er, human resources; Ronald W. and Nancy L. Edwards, master of D.C., metropolitan area and will nounced the names of its gradu- Hagan, master of human re- human resources management, be residing in Columbia, Md. ates for 1998. Congratulations to sources management; Russell D. the following Cape Region resi- Holleger, accounting; Gina Hun- dents who earned degrees: sicker, master of business admin- istration and health care adminis- Lewes: Betty J. Brittingham, tration; Melissa C. James, master 1>34 6E L5 b,q p MS in nursing; J. Keith Britting- of community counseling; Wayne . , ham, master of business adminis- G. Keller, human resources; An- tration; Jamie K. Engel, degree in gel A. Mcgee, master in educa- education; John C. Farquhar, mas- tion, school counseling; John H. ter of business administration; Nichols, master of education, NOW For Our Popular KimberlyFischer, master ofbusi- school administration; Deborah SUMMER CAMP ness administration; Patricia A. A. Pope, master of education, Friend, behavioral science; Susan school counseling; Michelle A. For School Age Children V. Hall, master of education, Ritzler, nursing; Linda J. Simp- school instruction; William D. son, master of education, school FeatWtY:'-'__ Harron, business management; counseling; Kelly J. Stanley, mas- WEEKLY FIELD TRIPS Glenn T. Heuring, master of edu- ter of community counseling; Pete "t cation, school instruction; Carrie G. Yocum, human resourocs. With A Different Weekly Theme! e ' " " E. Kenney, nursing; John H. We'll Go To: Kreizter, doctor of education; Di- Nassau: James M. Tingle, edu- aneL. Marshall, master of educa- cation.  NASA (Wallops Island,VA) 644 2570 tion, school instruction; Lisa _.#:,'> " " Michels, primary education, K-4; Rehoboth Bench: Sandee M. /,/'f-- [ DE State Police Museum Nicely M. Reynolds, master of ed- Carts, master of science in nurs- x. [ O ucation, school administration; ing; Kelley M. Dayton, master of over Air Force Base Museum Angela L Seiben, master of sci education, school counseli.g; ""-.L_ __I--V1' Killa ence, community counseling; John D. Edger, human resources; /,-_ n's Pond State Park WilliamH. Stevenson, masterof DavidM. Frederick, master of ( , [R,dethe Ferryto O MayZ public administration; Bonnie L scial education; Robert S Ful Ca.e O0 Truitt, master of education, ely- ton, master of education, school ape Henlopen State Park mentary education; Georgia L. administration; Janice C. Green, Tmitt, master of human resources doctor of education; Rose M. l[l[--AndaFunScavenger Hunt Around Lewes[ management; and Ann C. Wilkin- Imhof, nursing; Kevin B. Mum- son, master of education, school ford, master of education, school counseling, administration; Jane W. Myers,  i t,mE ,6Ets DAY CHAF. & LEHHNINb CLNItX master of education, school in- ,.:i) ( FI watts, aaoPalEl0a 411 NASSAU COMMONS tOts,at Milton: Maria D. Alvarado, ac- struction; Holly M. Reynolds, ac- '" l I ND L counting; Robert C. Clifton II, ac- counting; Kenneth M. Vincent, counting; Olivia K. Derrickson, master of special education; Edgar A Safe, Caring Learning Environment & Certified Staff. human resources; Thomas M. Dy- V. Adkins III, criminal justice;