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Ilil il! | I:1 IEill|llgll l milimeeuumm: m lle II ,!1, 34 FRIDAY, JUNE 19 - MONDAY, JUNE 22, 2009 NEWS Cape Gazette Letters )) Challenge Day organizers say thanks to all Dana Orton and I would like to thank all of o donors as well as facilitators for supporting our event, Challenge Day, to help eliminate bullying at Cape district schools. We are pleased to report that almost 300 middle and high school students participated in "Challenge Day" activities, April 22-24. The newspaper articles that have been printed on Chal- lenge Day capture only a small part of the emotion and enthusi- asm of these days. For these students, Challenge Day was a life-changing experi- ence. As our superintendent, Dr. George Stone said, "Kids who have been bullying others will never bully again." And those who were victimized left the day with new feelings of self-confi- dence and hope. The teachers and students who participated in Challenge Day have reflected on the day, and the students, in their own words, described how Chal- lenge Day can have an effect on their lives in the future as well as the newfound compassion for oth- ers that they are trying to bring to all aspects of their lives. The impact of Challenge Day was so powerful that we intend to repeat it every year at both middle schools and at Cape Henlopen High School. Since it would be beneficial to move this program to the fall, to reach students earlier in the school year, our next Chal- lenge Days will take place later in 2009. We would like to extend many thanks to those who con- tributed financially to Challenge Day. Without their support Cape Challenge Day would not have been possible. We would also like to thank all who attended each of our fundraising events. Again, without your help, our students would not have been able to go through this life-changing experi- ence. Donors include Barbara Orton; Russell Palmer; Gall Mack; Cape Henlopen Education Foundation; Cape Heulopen High School; Wayrme Paskins ( Delta Sigma Theta); Adam and Heather Kind]; Scot and Kim Husbands; C.T. Sports - Greg Skoglund; Cape Heulopen School District Food and Nutrition- ]udy Mitchell; Mariner Middle School Honor So- ciety; Dr. Bahtiarian; Hampton Inn - Rehoboth; Wawa- Michelle Hysock; Friendly's; Big Fish Grill - Mr. Sugrue; Grottos Grand Slam - Alison MacKenzie; Giant - Re- hoboth; Movies at Midway;, Ice .-Brake; County Bank- Karen Mum- ford- Rehoboth. The following is a list of all of the wonderful Challenge Day fa- cilitators who participated in Challenge Day at Mariner Middle Kitche n 00tle 00nter School. We are truly grateful to them for all of their help and sup- port throughout this amazing journey. Thank you. We would like to thank all who came out to support our efforts to better our school and community, espeeiaUy those facilitators who participated in both days at Mariner Middle School. Thanks to all community members who took time out of their schedules to Invest in our youth! They include Tricia Collins, Dana Orton, Margaret Colvin, Kim Husbands, Kathleen Fisher, Katie DelCampo, Shannon Fowler, Carrie Frederick, Mindy Price, Fred Best, Janet Andrelczyk, Mike Dominguez, Bob Meade, Heather Kindl, Joe Brake, Mila Wells, Tarra Kennedy, Patricia Ar- nett, Terry Suess, Linda Rapchak, Rodney Reynolds, Shadette Brit- tingham, Bee Linzey, Amy Linzey, Mary Beth Evans, Sharon Fisher, Linda Walls, Dr. George Stone, Regina Jones-Brake, Jo Stevenson Seals, Mary Malthes, Debbie Hilligoss, Brian Donahue, Nicole Levy, Nicole Scott, Christina Maull, Sara Wilkinson, Mary Ellen Kotz, Tanya Humes, Deb Gouert, Harry Davies, Bill Brooks, Leeaylme Stewart, Elaine Kindl, Denise Frazier, Dashina Cannon, Joe Milani, Martha Pfeiffer, Susan Yore, Michelle Hysock, Erin Coughlan, Bob MauU, Tanja Park- er, Reen McCaffery, and Nicole Best. We deeply appreciate your assistance and hope that you will continue your support of this vital program. You have helped change the lives of dozens of young students, for which we are deeply grateful! Thank you so much for helping us Be the Change! Tricia Collins and Dana 0rton Mariner Middle School .From" $1 No Hypes or Gimmicks: ' Just plain American true value for your Hard Earned Money. ! to This home  ffect for wang to downsizei Ist time: homebuyers, or a vacation getaway. All homes sites are 1/2 with rent!!!(Fee Sple). For Primary_ Homebuvers: USDA 102% FinanCing!! 0 down payment. To position yourself and your family to first choice lot locations a $1,000 good faith refundable deposit is required. Mortgage payments of P starting at $825 per month. Conveniently located on Route 9 between Lewes and Georgetown 26836 Lewes/Georgetown Hwy., Harbeson, DE 19951 302.684'5691 www'bathkitchenandtile'cm