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48 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Cape District offers computer courses The Cape Henlopen School Dis- trict's Office of Technology has announced a series of summer computer courses that will be of- fered to Cape Henlopen School District residents. Courses include How to Buy A Computer, June 29; Troubleshoot- ing Your Computer, July 1; Intro- duction to Windows 95, July 6; Advanced Windows 95, July 8; Introduction to the Internet and World Wide Web, July 13 and 15; Web Page Creation, July 22; In- troduction to Microsoft Word 97, July 28; and Intermediate Word 97, Aug. 4. All courses, to be held at the Cape Henlopen High School Businesses Lab, will meet from 7 to 9:30 p.m. The instructor for this series will be Dean Dey or Lori Roe. The fee for each class for $10. For more information, call Cape Henlopen School District school offices, the public libraries or by calling Roe at 645-6686. Teed earns honors at Emory graduation Blythe C. Teed, a 1994 graduate of Cape Hen- Iopen High School, grad: uated from Emory Uni- versity in At- lanta in May. Teed, a premed stu- dent with a B.S. in hu- TEED man biology and anthropology, earned a place in the National Honor Society of Lambda Alpha for academic ex- cellence. Over the last few years, she has consistently remained on the June 19 - June 25, 1998 dean's list at Emory. Teed is one of two students chosen to travel to Europe for a six-week internship with Emory's anthropology de- partment. She is residing there now, and will return to Lewes in August; Teed plans to continue her stud- ies for medical school in the fall. She is the daughter of Deborah Dow Fenimore of Lewes and Les Burton of Florida. Del Tech Alumni annual meeting June 20 The Alumni Association of Delaware Technical & Communi- ty College, Owens campus, cele: brates 30 years as Delaware's community college at its annual meeting on Saturday, June 20. The meeting was rescheduled from its original June 6 date. The meeting, open to the public as well as members of the Alumni Association, begins at 9 a.m. and includes opportunities for net- working, brunch and special guest speaker: Tim Kavel, vice presi- dent and campus director of the Owens campus, will discuss the importance of alumni to Delaware Tech. The cost for the program is $15; proceeds benefit Delaware Tech's Excellence Through Technology campaign. To register, call Lynn Wadja at 856-5400, Ext. 353. Brown scholarship winners announced Erica Waples, a 1998 Cape Henlopen graduate, and Jennifer Lynn Sapp, a 1998 graduate of Milford High School, have been named as recipients of the 45th annual H. Fletcher Brown Schol- arship, administered by PNC Bank. Waples, of Milton, will receive $6,000 to attend Yale University, where she will major in premed- ical studies. Sapp, of Milford, will also re- ceive $6,000. She will attend the University of Delaware and will major in engineering. The H. Fletcher Brown Scholar- ship is awarded to students who will pursue careers in the field of engineering, chemistry, medicine, dentistry and law. Applicants must have been born in Delaware and must demon- strate financial need. The scholarship was established under the will of Florence Brown in honor of her husband, H. Fletcher Brown. Both were noted Wilmington philanthropists. Quinn graduates from Lutheran High School Ronisha D. Quinn, the daughter of Celeste Ball, and grand- daughter of Mrs. and Mrs. William Bali Jr. of Lewes, graduated "from Luther- an High QUINN School in East Cleveland, Ohio. Quinn graduated with honors in English and was inducted into the National Honor Society on June 4, marking the fourth straight year she earned academic honors. She was also awarded a Bright Schol- ar's Award. Quinn will attend Cleveland State University in the fall, where she will major in public relations and child welfare. BRUCE W. CHILCOAT Account Executive, Investments Certified Financial Planner Call for "The Case For Equities" (302) 226-5100 (800) 258-3131 Fax (302) 226-5200 I Subscribe to the Cape Gazette. Call 645-7700 Michael Short photo RES students take tour on trolley Rehoboth Elementary School students were given a tour of the town on board the Jolly Trolley on Friday, June 5. The trolley owners offered the tour to several groups of firs- graders, including (l-r) Judd Kyle, Devon Zeigler and Nick Polichett/.