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t S CAPE GAZETTE - Tuesday, July 25 - Thursday, July 27, 2006 - 23 Medical office clerks graduate Graduation ceremonies were held in June for the 2006 Spring Medical Office Clerk Certificate Program at Sussex Technical Adult Division. Students completed the 340-hour training program designed to prepare them for office positions in the medical field. The pro- gram was a combination of medical assisting, computer, and office practice classes. This Workforce Investment Act Program was funded by the Delaware Workforce Investment Board. Graduates include (back, l-r) Halina Collick (Ellendale), Jane r Franklin (Georgetown), Margaret Moore (Millsboro), Tara Escogido (Delmar), Jacqueline Lynch (ELlendale), Tonya Sanders (Laurel), Tracy Heathman (Dagsboro), Michele Kennedy (Millsboro), Lisa Palmer (Laurel) and Jeniveve McClellan (Milford). In front are Tracy Eans (Laurel), D'Yana Joynes (Lewes), Brittany Jones (Laurel), Sheena Smart (Bridgeville) and Terri Mumford (Seaford). For more information about adult education programs at Sussex Tech Adult Division, call 856-9035. Family Day set at North Georgetown Family Day will be held Thursday, July 27. at North Georgetown Elementary School "from 10:30 a.m. to noon. The event is a summer educational enrichment program sponsored by the Indian River School District and First State Community Action Agency. Funding is provided by the 21st Century learning grant, the Rotary and local and state agen- cies. The public is invited to attend. Bunting completes her freshman year Jaime Bunting, a 2005 graduate of Cape Henlopen High School, finished her freshman year at Northeastern University in Boston, Mass. She was placed on the Dean's List for the fall and spring semesters. Due to her exemplary performance through- out her first year of undergraduate studies, she has been invited by the Executive Leadership Council of Sigma Alpha Lambda to become a member of this National Leadership and Honors Organization. Local families needed for exchange students ASSE International Student Exchange Program is seeking Submitted photo local host families for boys and girls from a variety of countries around the world. These students are between 15 and 18 years'old and will be attending an upcom- ing highschool year or semester. All are academically select, speak English. and are interested in sharing their own culture. Each ASSE student is fully insured and brings his or her own personal spending money and expects to bear their share of household responsibilities. For more information, call Sue Nelson at 800-677-2773. Cape Region dancers invited to workshop Sussex Dance Academy icated on Route 9 in Georgetown is host- ing a four-day dance workshop taught by two professional dancers. The instructors are Rhodie Jorgenson, formerly of the American Ballet Theatre, and Ruben Graciani, formerly of the Mark Morris Dance Group. It is the intent of the workshop to inspire and motivate dancers, and to bring dancers from across the community together to share classes locally with these excep- tional instructors. Participants should be 12 years of age and older, and should be currently studying dance. The workshop will consist of classes is classical ballet and modem dance and will be held July 31 through August 3 from 1:30 to 5 p.m. The fee for entire 4-day workshop is $120, or $32 per'day. For more informa- tion or to reserve a space in the class, call 855-9282. ] THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS For information call 302.645.5949