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44 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 20 - June 26, 1997 Jen Ellingsworth photo D.A.R.E. holds graduation exercises at Milton Above, Long Neck Elementary School fifth grader Stephanie W] the winner of a drawing for a Dd.R.E. jacket during her schooZ graduation ceremonies. Long Neck Elementary's D.A.R.E. offi Theresa Drummond. and Rehoboth middle schools lliams was 's D.R.E. ver is Cpl. Rosanne Pack photo Above, Briana Rovinskie, left, and D.S.P. Sgt. William E. Rhoades present a culmination certificate to Priscilla Martinez at the Rehoboth Beach Elemen- tary School graduation program honoring fifthgraders who completed Drug Abuse Resistance Education. t from Frostburg Tyler Benton of Lewes re- ed a bachelor of science de- in Early Childhood/Elemen- Education from Frostburg University, Frostburg, Md. McClanahan recognized in college Who's Who Brion McClanahan, 21, the son of Robert and Rita McClanahan of Lewes, was recognized by the 1997 edition of Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. McClanahan, a 1993 graduate of Cape Henlopen High School, is a senior majoring in history at Sal- isbury State University. A Dean's List student, he is a member of Pi Gamma Mu international honor society and the Wicomico Repub- lican Club. He has served as a res- ident assistance, president of the SSU College Republicans and president and founder of the SSU Cigar Club. McClanahan also plays intra- mural softball and recently was a presenter at SSU's Fulton School of Liberal Arts annual research conference. Shown with her entry in the printmaking category, Carla Jennings is one of many Cape Henlopen High School artists who earned awards in the recent Sussex County Arts Council High School Arts ExhibiL Cape students draw art awards from Sussex County Arts Council Several Cape Henlopen High School art students were recog- nized for work that was included in the Sussex County Arts Council annual student exhibit. The exhib- it filled the arts council lobby gallery at Delaware Tech College Owens Campus from April through the end of May and was viewed by thousands of people• Cape students earned awards in almost every category of the an- num show. Zoe Groff placed first in the painting category with her impressions of "2nd Street, Lewes," and Jennifer Peer placed third with "David•" In the drawing category, Abram Lambertson was awarded a third place• In the broad category that in- cluded mixed media, print making and collage, Jeff Arsertault earned a third place, and honorable men- tion recognition went to Karla Jennings. and Chia Chun Cherg. The Sussex County Arts Coun- cil invites representatives from a " college or university to judge the annual show and to provide cri- tique sessions with the student artists• This year Donald Parks judged the show, and he and a re- cent Delaware State University art education graduate provided the critique sessions for all of the stu- dents• Parks has served as chair of the department of art and art educa- tion at DSU, and he is director of the Art Center Gallery at the uni- versity• His experience includes serving on community and profes- sional arts related boards, and he has been the presiding officer for Arts Educators of Delaware Inc. He has published in numerous arts and education publications, and his work has been exhibited in shows statewide, throughout the country and internationally. He al- so has work in many permanent private collections• The Cape Henlopen students joined young artists from Delmar, Milford, Laurel, Seaford and Sus- sex Central in exhibiting their work in the annual county arts council show. 3ON3 BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT JUNE 27th & 28th AT 6:30 PM Finals on June 29th $28 per team of four players Trophies for top winners. Bring your BEST men to battle! -- REGISTER EARLY--