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122 - CAPE GAZETYE, Friday, Aug. 8 -Aug. 14, 2003 Worcester Prep announces latest headm SlI00X's list Submitted photo Del Tech business honor society donates, inducts members The Delaware Tech Owens campus chapter of the Alpha Beta Gamma business honor socie- ty recently sponsored a basket raffle that raised $750 for the college scholarship fund. Pic- tured at the check presentation are (l-r): Glenn Merritt, instructor and club advisor;, Dr. Bar- bara Ridgely, campus business manager;, Annie Detter, ABG secretary; Dr. Tim Kavel, campus director;, Holly Hawkins, ABG treasurer;, Mark Fluharty, ABG vice president; and Brian Lord, instructor and club advisor. The chapter of Alpha Beta Gamma added 41 new members at its induction ceremony as well. Alpha Beta Gamma is the international business honor society for two-year colleges. Students must have completed 15 business credits and have a grade point average of 3.0 or greater to be eligible for membership. New members of the society include: Marissa Chavez-VonV'flle, Jaclyn M. Davidson, Jen- nifer Hussong, Thomas C. Neel, Tina M. Sonzogni, and Scott West, Georgetown; Jean Stanley, Harbeson; Ausra Baron, Donna Lee Brinck, Karen Lynn Collins, Jason John Gipko, and Shan- non Lynn Wilcox, Lewes; Audrey E. Bass, Ann M. Detter, Joan F. Hannigan, James G. Moyer, James S. Plack Jr., and Brian C. Sharp, Millsboro; and Lisa Marie Bales, Frank A. Saracco, and James Dennis Scott Jr., Milton. VFW Post 7447 bestows scholarships Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Post 7447 in Rehoboth Beach recently announced the winners of the 2003 scholarship program. The post distributes five $2,500 scholarships annual- ly: two to Cape Henlopen High School seniors and three to rela- tives of post members. This year, Leah Addore and Caitlin Fabian, both of Milton, received the local scholarships. The other three went to Andrew T. Matthews of Rockledge, Pa., grandson of Joe Matthews; Maxwell Elia of Phoenix, Ariz., grandson of Ray Nelson; and Andrew N. Sea- graves of Milford, grandson of Institute Continued from page 121 regional chief education manager, toured the Lewes institute, Aug. 4 and 5, for the college board. She noted practices she liked and talked to teachers about their ex- periences. "This program seeks the indi- vidual needs of the teachers and addresses them," said Rawlings. "Brand new teachers and experi- enced ones have slightly different needs and the instructors are re- ceptive. The sections are practi- cal and hands on. Teachers get the chance to do the labs their stu- dents will do, which gives them a sense of what students experience and allows them to anticipate the questions students will generate. Whether a teacher is experienced .. or new, they get a sense of where to start and where to end and everything that needs to go in the middle." For more information about Lewes Summer Institute call 644- 0277 or visit www.lewesap.com. Albert Seagraves. In addition to those scholarships, Post 7447 awarded $100 prizes, this-year- only, to all those who applied for the scholarships but did not win them. VFW Post 7447 distributes nu- merous gifts to local charitable organizations and to medically re- lated causes. The post welcomes any eligible former military per- sonnel. For more information, call 227- 8458. Pink! The following students were re- cently named to the headmaster's list at Worcester Preparatory School Grade 6 - Andrew Canakis, Lewes; Chase Harmon, Rehoboth Beach; Thomas Hegland, Lewes; Jason LaPenta, Rehoboth Beach; Khawaja Munir, Rehoboth Beach; Kiran L. Parasher, Re- hoboth Beach; Laureen Rosa, Lewes; Zachery Schmidt, Ocean View; Molly Simons, Bethany Beach; Erin Ternahan, Bethany Beach; Margaret Wilson, Re- hoboth Beach Grade 7 - Evan Armstrong, Bethany Beach; Madison Dyer, Ocean View; Khawaja Munir, Re- hoboth Beach. Grade 8 - Mark Bahureksa, Re- hoboth Beach; Avery Bayard, Lewes; Melissa Choy, Rehoboth Beach; Samantha Jo Fried, Re- hoboth Beach; Logan Middleton, Rehoboth Beach; Julia Anne Robinson, Lewes. Grade 10 - Taylor Lucy, Bethany Beach; Jessica Anne Robinson, Lewes Grade 11 - Brenton Archut, Ocean View; Dana Mark, Re- hoboth Beach; Stephen Raskauskas, Bethany Beach Grade 12 - Preston Dyer Jr., Ocean View; Leigh Remy, Ocean View. The following students were awarded honorable mention. Grade 7 - Melissa Anagnos- takos, Rehoboth Beach; Daniel McDonald, Rehoboth. Grade 8 - Gregory Mark, Re- Continued on page 123 ,00un00hine JKiltoa, Dg - ............ 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