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44 - CAPE GAZETI, Friday, June 26 - July 2, 1998 CMS offers summer tours of Lewes campus The University of Delaware Graduate College of Marine Stud- ies (CMS)offers free public tours of the Hugh R. Sharp marine stud- ies complex in Lewes at 10:30 a.m. every Friday in June, July and August, according to Bob Camahan. Carnahan has been heading the group of docents who lead the tours since 1992, when the tour :program began. The dQcelxtS are trained volunteers from the co inunity who introduce the puliid tO the research and teaching faci|i- :ties at CMS .... i., "Delaware's beaches and ma- rine life intrigue many visitors," amahan said. "It's natural that their curiosity would lead them to CMS to share in the excitement of marine research." Scientists at CMS have discov- ered the incredible ability of the deep-sea Pompeii worm to with- stand temperatures at 176 F near deep-sea thermal vents. Electrode probes have been developed at CMS that aid researchers in taking readings from marine environ- ments. Other CMS scientists are working to transform salt-marsh plants into food and forage crops. Still others are contributing data to help understand global climate changes or influencing national and international marine policy decisions. CMS houses a world of marine research. The Friday morning tours, con- yenient for weekend and summer visitors, consist of a 20-minute e Presentation introducing the tlege s faculty and their work, followed by-a one-hour walking tdur of Cannon and Smith labora- tories. Individuals who wish to join a Friday morning tour should call the Sea Grant Marine Advisory Seice at 645-4346 no later than noon the preceding day to reserve a place. Since tour groups are lim- ited in size, reservations are im- perative. Families are invited to participate, but the tours are un- suitable for small children. Prospective students of the col- iquick and, accurate ehemieaFdata --lege -are especially welcome. -  In addition to the Friday morn- ing tours, the college will continue to offerprearrange d tours for groups of five or more people, ju- nior-high-school age or older, be- tween 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., Monday through Friday. Such tours may be scheduled by calling at least a week in advance. The Hugh R. Sharp campus, located at 70(0 Pi- lottown Road in Lewes, is accessi- ble to visitors with disabilities. ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS /Jm/ted Space 3 & 4 Year Old Program 57 Sussex Street, R elbothBeach, DE 227-2242 Rotary honors Student of the Month :wes-Rehoboth ltary CiVice President Rich Collins ts the club's Student Month award to Cape Hen- High School junior Poig. Po-Wen was nomi- by teacher-advisor Barry Becl#ett for his leadership, rship and citizenship. Shown (I-r) are Barry Beckett, Wen Cheng, Rich Collins and Dr. Sue Dutton, assistant qlae'ipal. I00ates Continued from page 43 tife...but we put ourselves here." Another inmate put perspectwe on personal responsibility: "We h.ave to learn to separate what we need from what we want," he said. 'q-don't blame nobody. One of tlt.hings you got to learn is when you start making decisions, you have to take responsibility for k, tiat yo u produce. You have to 156' responsible for the results." Never is a bad decision worth a micromillisecond of gratification, e cautioned. "One of the things oia have to learn is why you're on ..planet, what is your purpose. n you look in the mzrror and u:re happy with the reflection, l!mt'g the most important thing." ! he next stop in the students' tier was Sussex Boot Camp, a short walk from the chapel. One young woman had a taste of what it means to be under watch of a ....... firm correctional :officer. As she whispered to another girl, a drill instructor stopped, in midsen- tence, and with raised voice and direct eye contact barked, "Why you talking while I'm talking, ma'am?" She blushed, bent her head. "You give me respect, I'll give you respect." As the students entered the camp, another warning ensued: 'TII shave your heads, ladies!" Moments later, the students saw that indeed, even women had crew cuts if they lived at Sussex Boot Camp. The Prison Insight for Kids pro- gram is available to schools, com- munity organizations and church- es. Not only are tours available; the officers also have programs they take out of prison walls. Since the program at SCI began in 1993, nearly 5,000 people - most- ly youths - have participated. For more information, call Sgt. Pur- nell, Sgt. Drummond at 856-5281. 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Meet Goalie for Eastern Shore Shades, July 20th , July 27-31 - Flag Football Camp ' Philadelphia Eagles Training Camp, July 30th. August 3-7 - Boys Lacrosse Camp with former All American Steve Coswell. Visit the Lacrosse Hall of Fame on August 6th. August 17-21 - Britannia Soccer Professional Soccer Training. L ASK FOR RYAN THOMA, CAMP DIRECTOR Sussex amily 00VMCA 105 Church Street, Rehoboth Beach, DE 302-227-8018