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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, July 3 - July 9, 1998 - 57 I ' i ,,For School Age Children \\;   _Y A ) 7 , .. WEEKLY FIELD TRIPS \\;%,-J ,,.,v./ _ :  I " k With A Different Weekly Theme/ %ivG  fir . " / Sussex Tech adult division grads honored "-. a We'll Go To: Sussex Tech Adult Education division recently graduated   g NASA (Wallops Island,VA) 644-2570 15 students from the school's Retail Certificate Training pro- gram. The graduates received 322 hours of training in the dy- (f:"  DE State Police Museum namics of the retail industry, focusing on customer service, store operations, selling floor and service policies, advanced \\;  Dover Air Force Base Museum selling skills, visual merchandising and product presenta- tion, loss prevention and management skills. Students also   Killen's Pond State Park learned about communication skills, interpersonal skills and workplace ethics. All classes were held in Rehoboth. The l(. --3t [g Ride the Fern/to Cape May Zoo course is designed to prepare students for positions as entry- level retail managers, professional sales associates, customer k >  Cape Henl0pen State Park services associates or sales support associates. Graduates shown in the back row are (l-r) Run Nye, Lewes; l/,[-Anlq#ilnlQ Gina Mifflin, Lewes; David Dickerson, Lincoln. Not shown is venger Hunt Around Lewes/ Stacey Ware, Lewes. In the third row are Karla Isler, Mills. bore; Deborah Wilkerson; Millsboro, Avonda Furman, Frank-  ford. Inthe second row are Donna Adkins, Vagsbore;Chris- ',  LITTLE ANGELS DAY CARE & LEARNING CENTER tine Wharton, Millsboro; Karen Orta, Milford; and Katherine .\\; t%. )ll  L-'IN ................ Millsboro; Malsam, Brown, Lincoln. Ocean Elizabeth View; In front are Carol Bada, instrnctor;, Jamie Smack, AmandaMillsboro; Collick, Delmar;, and Wayne AliCeMeluney, Warren, k)[ DA WALLS, PROPRIETOR * 48 NASSAU COMMONS LEWES,DE director of Adult Education. A Safe, Caring Learning Environment 8 Certified Staff. 'MS student receives national coastal hero award Dosoo Jang, a Ph.D. student in marine policy at the University of Delaware College of Marine Stud- ies, likes to literally immerse him- self in his favorite subject: the ocean. An avid scuba diver, he of- ten leads diving groups on under- water expeditions in the Florida Keys. Recently, Jang's love for and knowledge of the ocean was rec- ognized nationally when he re- ceived the Walter B. Jones Memo- rial and NOAA Excellence Award for Coastal and Ocean Resource Management from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Admin- istration (NOAA) in the U.S. De- partment of Commerce. Named after the late congressman Walter B. Jones. former chairman of the House Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries, this award is conferred annually to "coastal heroes" in l0 categories, ranging from excellence in marine sanctu- ary management to volunteer of the year..lang was one of 18 win- ners chosen from nearly 100 nom- inees by an independent panel of judges. "Estuarine and coastal wetlands are decreasing nationwide by an average of 31-square miles per year," said Jeffrey Benoit, director of NOAA's Office of Ocean and Coastal Resource Management. "Marine habitats are disappearing at an alarming rate, underscoring the fact that the nation's ocean and coastal resources are at seri- the quality of our oceans and coasts." Recognized by the judges as "an outstanding student who has made exemplary contributions in re- search and public service activi- ties," Jang was one of four stu- dents to receive the award for ex- cellence in coastal and marine graduate study. Specifically, Jang's doctoral research at the University of Delaware Center for the Study of Marine Policy, where he is chief research assistant, fo- cuses on the emerging field of in- tegrated coastal management. This management approach, now at the forefront of marine policy, encourages the incorporation of science into the policy-making process and views the marine en- vironment as a whole, rather than as a series of separate and unrelat- ed parts - from wetlands to fish- eries. "Traditionally, coastal manage- ment has been very fragmented, viewing problems on an issue-by- issue or resource-by-resource ba- sis," Jang explained. "But coastal ecosystems are interconnected and interdependent and we rely on them for multiple uses, from tourism to commercial fishing. In- tegrated coastal management en- courages us to examine these dy- namic systems in a comprehen- sive way, collecting and synthe- sizing data over a broad scale in order to develop truly workable solutions to coastal problems," he THANKS TO THE FOLLOWING INDIVIDUALS AND ORGANIZATIONS FOR THEIR SUPPORT: ous risk. " said. "It's a new approach that i :The award recipients are. the Should benefit the oceans and I folks who are-helping to change-, .coasts we all t0y.-'%/' " ,  , . : ' i'i , ....... " . ': .... :'  .::::: ::: .:::.:: :: ::% i:.. CAPE HENLOPEN HIGH SCHOOL MUSIC PROGRAM'S TRIP TO LONDON UPCOMING EVENTS FmOAY, JY 3 Ing tot. ATTN CRAFTERS. contact Jotm Got M 4Z.IZ9 to your spot. Car Wash - Ctlpe I.kmlolxm High Btm Gwage. Ever,/Smlday in eojunclJo witk the Boot Sale. Wmmso,', JuLy 8 Check out the Sea 13oo at Bay Sporls from 10-7. ,, ,,, , , ,, [$300,000 I I I $200,000 Shorebirds - Saturday, August 22 at 7 p.m. watch the Shorebirds stomp the Charleston Alley Cats. We have reserved a large section of seating for Music Program padicipants, friends & fans. lckets are available for $6.50. Contact Unda Beebe at 645-5260. Yard Work - Students needed for yard work projects, contact Mrs. Clark at 945-1555. Remember, money that is generated goes directly into student account. Anyone in the community who yard work to be completed should also contact Mrs. Clark. ONGOING RAFFLES Sponsored by Short's Marine, the Sea 13oo personal watercraft valued at $4,950 Fall Rock Fishing Trip on the charter boat "The Master" sponsored by Rick & Oebbie Simms valued at $400. Hand-made Angel Quilt sponsored by "Mare's Bears Quilt Shop." For tickets on any of the above raffles contact any Band or Chorus Member or Linda Beebe at 645-5260 $100,000 $20,000 50,750 Eugene Bookhammer Mr. & M Calvin Eli Jr: Grace S. Price Mr. & Mrs. Bernard E. Tribull Silk & Sands Florist Boines Beach Homes, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Bruce Carmine Joeseph E. Morgan, D.D.S. Blair A. Jones, D.M.D. Parse, Funeral Homes The Cape Gazette If you would like to make a contribution or if you need any additional information on any of the events, please call Lynn Misener at 644-2772. This advertising space = sponsored by Pa Funeral Homes and The Cape Gazette. Please vi,t our Web SiteY/www.gsodfies.comlHearttand/PrairJeJ8792/hndex.html Subscribe to the Cape Gazette - call 645-7700