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46 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, July 11 - July 17, 1997 The Beebe Schdol of Nursing in Lewes recently celebrated the graduation of the class of 1997 at Cape Henlopen High School. They are (back row, l-r): class advisor Terri Wyatt, Dana Crawford, Anne Cross, Brenda Cosme, Diane Zabielski, Denise Zabielski, faculty member Bonnie Austin and Connie Bushey, director; middle row, Bobble Redefer, faculty, class advisor; Claire Bradley, Jennine Gordon, Kristi Glenn, Theresa Crowson and Heather Fuller; front row, H. Noel Willey., Wendy Costa, Pamela Lymn, Michelle Dalgarn, Michael Maymi and Desiree Meding. Beebe School of Nursing holds graduation ceremony The Beebe School of Nursing in Lewes recently celebrated the graduation of the class of 1997 at Cape Henlopen High School. The graduates are Claire Bradley, Brenda Cosme, Wendy Costa, Dana Crawford, Anne Cross, Theresa Crowson, Michelle Dalgarn, Heather Fuller, Kristi Glenn, Jennine Gordon, Pamela Lymn, Micliael Maymi, Desiree Meding, H. Noel Willey, Denise Zabilski and Diane Za- bielski. Beebe School of Nursing. in- structor Bonnie Austin, R.N., was chosen by the class as its com- mencement speaker. Austin of- fered words of encouragement for the graduates entering their cho- sen profession. Class president Michael May- mi, offered reflections and pre- sented Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Spe- icher with a school pin, recogniz- ing their daughter, Joanna, a nurs- ing studetit who was killed last August. The pin honored Joanna as an honorary member of the class of 1997. The school faculty dedicated their award to the memory of Ali- son Trout, daughter,of faculty member Tina Trout. The recipi- ents, all active participants i n Spe- cial Olympics, encouraged and in- spired team members to reach out to the special needs of others. The Faculty Award recipients were Heather Fuller, Michael Maymi," and Denise Zabielski. Janie Miller of Delaware Special Olympics recognized the graduates, as well as Claire Bradley, for their assis- tance within the least three years to the "Sussex Determinators." Bayside Health Association ini-. tiated an award honoring the memory of Alison Trout. This year's recipient was Diane Zabiel- ski, honored for exemplifying qualities of Alison with her spirit of strength, determination of pur- pose and the smile of love. Graduate Anne Cross was hon- ored by the Beebe Medical Center Board of Directors for the highest academic achievement, and Edge- hill Pharmacies presented their award to Desiree Meding for the second highest academic achieve- ment. Awards were also given by the Beebe Nursing Management to Denise Zabielski for her leader- ship qualities; Michelle Dalgarn was honored with the Maternal- Child Award given by alumnae Eleanor Cordrey and Virginia Cottingham; and Holly Noel Wil- Icy was given the Alumni Award for medical-surgical clinical ex- cellence. The.Alfred Stango Award was presented to Michael Maymi for his special achie,ement, and the Dr. Davi, d Howard Award was given to Heather Fuller. The Beebe Medical Center Auxiliary honored each graduate with an an- gel pin and presented their award recognizing academic, clinical, school and community achieve to Denise Zabielski. Yellow roses were presented to each graduate by Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Speicher in memory of their daughter, Joanna. Rev. Randy Booth gave the in- vocation and benediction. Music for the program was pro- vided by school administrative - Secretary Rebecca Roberts. The school pin was presented by Connie Bushey, director, with class advisors Bobbie Redefer and Terri Wyatt assisting. Bhaskar Palekar, chairman of Beebe Medical Center board of directors, awarded the diplomas. A reception honoring the gradu= ates was held immediately follow- ing the ceremony in the cafeteria. t. The University of Delaware has announced its Dean's List for the spring semester. Region students make UD Dean's Lis The following area students have acheived grade point aver- ages of 3.33 or above, and have qualified for this academic honor: tpe Garey, Tracy L. Hirneisen, Megan M. Kelley, Brice J. McLane, Jr., Kelly A. Smith, John R. Subrick, Michael J. Toner, Brandi A. Townsend, Lori J. Wachter, and Daniel N. Wood; all of Rehoboth Beach; Susan S. Allen, Rebecca L. Bartell, Jason P. Beaman, Timo- thy D. Drake, Doiaald M. Dukes, Robert J. Eckhardt, Rebecca A. II, Raymond M. Foulk, IV, Jacy C. Ippolito, Katie L, Melson, Jef- frey L. Kinley, Jr., Abigail L. Miller, Alison Monroe, Patricia A. Moran; Julie A. Mullins, Nicole A. Reed, Katie R. Rickards, Jamie L. McCarty, Lisa M. Chambers, and Tara E. Faucett, all of Lewes; and Todd F. Lawson of Harbeson. Wright named to Dean's List at Univ. of Maryland Michael Shawn Wright of Lewes has been named to the Dean's List for the 1997 spring semester at the University of Maryland in Baltimore, Md. In or- de r to qualify for Dean's List recognition, a student must com- plete 12 semester hours and earn a 3.5 grade point average. Wright, a social work and psy- chology major, has achieved a grade point average of 3.75. UD hikes tuition for 1997-98 school year The" 1997-98 tuition for full- time undergraduate and graduate students at the University of Delaware has been raised 3.3 per- cent for residents and 4.4" percent for non-residergs. The new annual tuition rates are $4,!20 for Delawareans, up $130 over last year, and $11,750 for non residents, an increase of $500. University officials said the in- crease was the lowest in over a decade. Full-time graduate tuition is the same as that for undergraduates, with the exception of those pursu- ing the master of business admin- istration degree (MBA). New full- time regular MBA tuition is $5,190 for Delaware residents, a 3.3 percent increase and $11,750 for non-residents, an increase of 4.4 percent. Del Tech honors chapter earns recognition i The Alpha Epsilon Epsilon Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa at the Owens Campus of Delaware Technical & Community College has earned national recognition during the 1996-97 academic year. Phi Theta Kappa is the In- ternational Honor Society for two- ye colleges. There are more than 1,200 chapters is the United States, Canada and U.S. territo- riesl The Owens chapter received the Horizon Award and the Mile- stone Award for distinguished growth and community service projects. Membership growth in the past year enabled Alpha Ep- silon Epsilon to achieve five-star status. In addition to the afore, mentioned awards, advisor Thomas J. Mumford received the Paragon Award for distinguished advisors. The Hallmark Awards were presented during Phi Theta Kappa's annual international con- vention. Cape grad recognized at Salisbury State Brion McClanahan, the son of Robert and Rita McClanahan of Lewes, was named the recipient of-. the Achievement Key Award for his 6utstanding scholarship and service to the university commu- nity at Salisbury State's recent Honors Convocation. McClana- han was also recognized as a member of "Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges.' He's 1993 graduate of Cape Henlopen High School. ENGLISH IMPROVEMENT SERIES (NO. 10) Whois a subject.  Whom, an object, It originates action, receives action. s v o s v 0 Who Bob? Bob whom? telephoned telephoned S V 0 S V 0 Who elected the president? The president defeated whom? Whom, not who, also serves as object of a preposition: " P O " 9 Examples: By whom was he recommended. P 0 9P 0 9 For whom did she ask. With whom are they traveling. In dependent clauses, who and whom do the same jobs as in sentences, either as subjects or objects. Examples: The man (who came yesterday)ffaas returned. The man (whom we saw yesterday) has returned. Lawrence, (who introduced us), has arrived. Lawrence, (whom we had not seen for years), called. Try the test. Cheek the correct box. Sample: The salemnan who 0 whom ifyou like is here. 1. With who Q whom ! do you want to go? 2. The carpenter who Qwhom Q you called is ill. 3. Who 1 Whom Q could have stolen the hike? 4. Who Q Whom Q will ever know the answer? 5. For who Q whom Q have you voted? Answers: 1-whom; g-whom; 3-who; 4-who; 5-whom. l  Upgrade your English, your job, your future  I Prepared by Ward Holm Tanzer Associates. Complete set of 25 Grammar Guides attractively bound with index. Only *5.00 Drop by the Cape Gazette office for your copy. Midway Shopping Center, Highway One, Rehoboth Beach * 645-7700