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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, August 14 . August 20, 1998 - 43 Beanie Submitted photo Sussex Tech graduates CAD students The Sussex Tech Adult Division Intro to CAD (Computer Aided Design) class graduated 10 students on April 20. These students completed 30 hours of classroom and lab instruction in Sussex Tech's state-of-the-art CAD lab. Several students are applying their new knowledge to work more efficiently and quickly in their various professions. For more information about the next CAD class, call 856-9035. Members of the graduating class, standing, are (l-r) Semuel Thompson, Rhodesdale, Md.; Charles Baker, Georgetown; Richard Thomas, Frankford; Frank Lynch Jr., Berlin, Md.; David Pedersen, instructor; James Addison, Rehoboth Beach; Paul Carsello, Millsboro; and Larry Parks, Frankford. Seated are Terri Martin, Milton; and Sandra Bird, Seaford. Not pic- tured is Robert Hand. L-r; $1.00 per chance or 6 chances for $5.00 Submitted photo Donna Curtis, in foreground, from Sussex County Vo-Tech, and Kathy Renninger of Easter Seals, accept their Supers- tars! in Education awards. Educators receive statewide awards The Delaware State Chamber of Commerce presented its 8th annu- al Superstars? in Education awards at a recognition dinner at the University of Delaware's Clayton Hall recently. More than 500 business people, educators, and legislators attended the event, which honored teach- ers, students, administrators and volunteers who have developed and implemented outstanding ed- ucational programs in Delaware. Since its inception, the Supers- tars? in Education program has rec- ognized more than 100 exceptional programs from across the state. "Delaware is fortunate to have some very talented and devoted educators who are working hard to give our students a quality edu- cation," said state chamber presi- dent John M. Burris. "By recog- nizing their successes, the Supers- tars! program encourages innova- tion as well as replication of the most efficient initiatives." This year, awards were present- ed to seven Superstars! in Educa- tion winners, and one runner-up. Winners included Sussex Techni- cal High School, Lord Baltimore Elementary School, Delaware Technical & Community College, Pulaski Elementary School, William Penn High School, Cae- sar Rodney High School, and Continued on page 44 Aquaculture Continued from page 42 and variety of design with general design and engineering require- ments presented in sufficient de- tail to allow students more time to move ahead on their own. .,'Particle and Biofiltration" gives detailed coverage of activi- ties of a recirculating aquaculture system, types of filters or process- es used to remove particles, bio- chemical basis of biofiltration and procedures/equipment used to achieve satisfactory levels of per- formance in a fish production sys- tem. Class meets 6:30 to 10:30 p.m., Thursdays, Oct. I and Oct. 8. The fee is $35. For more infor- mation on these workshops, con- tact corporate and community programs at 854-6966. -- third hole is a long Par 4 with a slight dog leg left. The player will need to hit a long drive in the fairway to have a chance to reach the green in regu- lation. However, a drive in the rough makes it virtually impossible to reach the green. The second shot will be played with a long iron or fairway wood over a depression to a thin, long green protected on the left side by a bunker. Par is a welcomed score on this hole. Championship Public Golf Course /, nK Neck Road, Long Neck, Delaware !+ 888.844.2254 SNACK BAR SWIMMING POOLS PRO SHOP