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Rehoboth art class builds birdhouses for feathered friends One of Edilu Nehrbas's (center, back) fourth grade art classes at Rehoboth Elementary School has been busy making bird houses as a special project. Thanks to Mike Neal (back row, left) of Delaware Cedar, who graciously donated the wood, and Pete Nehrbas (right), who was nice enough to cut the wood into pieces, the students have created very interesting and colorful houses for their feathered friends. Some of the students even decided to make their bird houses into treasure boxes to hold their special secrets and left the roofs detachable. CMS offers brown bag lunch seminars this summer The Graduate College of Ma- fine Studies of the University of Delaware will present a series of weekly noon brown bag seminars. The seminars will be held each Tuesday in the Cannon Laborato- ry, room 203, 700 Pilottown Road from noon to 1 p.m. (unless other- wise noted.) June 24 - The speaker is Tim Targett, a faculty member of the College of Marine Studies, and he will discuss "Status of Our Coastal Fishery Stocks: the Mix of (Over) Exploitation, Science and Management." July 1 - The speaker John Boy- er, also a member of the college, will present "Evolution, Natural Selection and Plant Life in the In- tertidal Zone." July 8 - Joseph Scudlark, a fac- ulty member, will present "Acid Rain: Just a Drop in the Ocean?" July 15 - David Kirchman, who teaches at the college, will explain "Microbes in Global Carbon Cy- cling." Thursday, July 17 - Douglas Hicks, President of Composite High Pressure Technologies, will present "Engineering Design and Material Selection Considerations for Marine Sampling Equipment." July 22 - Thomas Arnold, a graduate student at the college, will present "Seaweeds and the Benefits of Bad Taste." Thursday, July 31 - Lauren Barbour, Institute for Science and International Security, to speak about "Science and the Control of Nuclear Arms." August 5- Richard Garvine a faculty member will discuss "Es- tuary and Shelf Tidally Driven Circulation." August 12 - Joseph Farrell, Delaware Marine Advisory Agent, will present "The Inland Bays Citizen Monitoring Pro- gram: A University/Community Partnership." Milton Middle's Millman Bulls-Eye award winner Siggy Millman, food service manager at Milton Middle School, has been an- nounced as the regional winner in the "Target Your Market Bulls- Eye Awards," sponsored by the School Food Service Foundation. These MILLMAN awards iden- tify and honor those Target Your Market (TYM) alumni whose out- standing marketing resulted in in- creased participation in school meals. The Bull's Eye Award winner in each region will receive an all- expense paid trip (air fare, hotel and conference registration) to the ASFSA National Conference in Orlando, Fla. July 18-23, and a $1000 cash award designated for reinvestment in their food service program. The successful marketing plans of Millman and the other regional winners will be featured in a video at the School Food Service Foun- dation booth at the conference. Winners will be recognized dur- ing the Regional breakfasts on Monday, July 21 and at the gener- al session on July 22. CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 20 - June 26, 1997 - 45 Wilmington College summer registration June 23-27 Wilmington College will hold registration for Summer I from June 23 to June 27. The Georgetown site will be open Monday through Thurs- day from 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. and from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Fri- day. For more information, call Dana Abbott-Painter at 856-5780. Lewes resident graduates from Norwich University Cherilynn A. Tremarco of Lewes received a bachelor of science de- gree in communications from Norwich University in Vermont. Upon graduation, she was commissioned an ensign in the United States Navy. A graduate of Admiral Farragut Academy, Tremarco is the daughter of Anthony and Patricia Tremareo. Kids R People 2 Learning Center & Preschool 15 yrs. Experience Min. Age - 3 yrs. Brand New Facility NOW OPEN HOURS: 7 a.m. - 6 p.m. - LICENSED & CERTIFIED CARE - 645-1812 Breakfast, Lunch & Snacks Provided COASTAL DANCE ACADEMY Director: Terri Morris Located at Midway Fitness Center Rt. 1, Midway Shopping Center Rehoboth Beach, Delaware Please Call 2274 or 62235 REHOBOTH BAY SAILING ASSOCIATION *Now Accepting Applications For Sailing School* No Experience Necessary!!! We Offer Lessons With Experienced Instructors Beginner & Intermediate Classes Available Classes Held Monday-Friday FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CALL: (302) 227.9008 ***Private Lessons Are Available*** ***Memberships Are Available*** P.O. Box 483 Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971