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44. CAPE , Friday, August 14 - August 20, 1998 Wilmington College offers fall classes at Sea Colony Aesthetics of Film, Astronomy, Analysis of Decision Making and Ethical Issues in Management will Freshman picnic set for Aug. 20 at Cape High Freshmen, new students and their parents are invited to attend Operation HELLO, from 10:45 to l p.m., Aug. 26, at Cape Henlopen High School. The program is de- signed to ease the transition for new students to the high school. The event will include food, facts and fun. For more information, contact transition counselor Nan- cy Barlow at 645-7711. UD prof seeks class blazers for collection University of Delaware associ- ate professor of consumer studies, Fran Mayhew is hoping to find a class blazer from each class year to add to the university&apos;s historic costume collection. From the 1920s to the late 1960s, sophomores returning to the University of Delaware each September knew something spe- cial would be waiting for them - their class blazers. Each year's blazer was distinguished by a unique pocket design, and could be ordered in navy blue or ivory with optional piping in gold or white. The blazers were worn for yearbook photos, to football games and on dates, Mayhew said. Women being serenaded by fraternity brothers always donned their blazers before they appeared to hear the songs, she added. The tradition came to an end in the late '60s or early '70s, when people were anxious "to break away from the establishment," Mayhew said. Anyone who may have their blazers stored in their attic or know of relatives who do, are urged to contact Mayhew at 302-831-8545 or via e-mail at <mayhew @ udel.edu>. " Cannon named to dean's list at Western Maryland Mary R. Cannon, daughter of Karen and Earl Cannon of Lewes, was named to the Western Mary- Superstars Continued from page 48 SEEDelaware. Three memorial scholarships honoring the late mayor of Wilmington, Daniel S. Frawley, the late Sen. Robert T. Connor, and the late UAW/ Chrysler leader Robert T. Clemente were also awarded as part of the Superstars! program. The Superstars! in Education program is supported by more than 100 sponsors and contribu- tors from the business community. Georgetown's Sussex Tech was awarded the Sussex County Public be the classes offered this fall at Sea Colony in Bethany Beach. The film and astronomy classes land College dean's list with high- est honors for the 1998 spring se- mester. To earn the designation "highest honors," a student must attain a grade point average of 3.8 or better on a 4.0 scale. Del Tech has summer activities for kids Parents who are running out of activities for youngsters may want to take advantage of programs and activities at Delaware Technical & Community College, Georgetown. Openings are still available in the pre-K Kamp, ages 3 to 5; school- age child-care, ages 6 to 11; and High Harvesters, ages 11 to 13. Upcoming activities in the pre- K Kamp follow a theme O f''Goofy Games/Silly Sports," which in- cludes hula hoop contests, Nerf TM T-ball, and other indoor and out- door activities. School-age child- care participants can look forward to a bike rodeo, talent show, farm field day and a visit to Trap Pond State Park; Harvesters will attend a Shorebirds game. Call 854-6966 to reserve a place. Area students earn honors at Worcester Several area students were named to the headmaster's acade- " mic list for the fourth school term at Worcester Country School. Stu-. dents must achieve an average of 93 or above in their major subjects and not less than 76 in any special subjects to make the list. Area stu- dents include the following: Pre- ston Dyer, grade 7, Rehoboth Beach; Jonas R. Ahern, grade 8, Rehoboth Beach; Aleksandra M. Strauss, grade 10, Rehoboth Beach; Michael A. Potter, grade I l, Millsboro; Jacob W. Abern, grade 12, Rehoboth Beach; and Alyson G. Uriah, grade i 2, Dewey Beach. The following students were named to the honorable men- tion list with averages of 89-92 in their major subjects and no grade lower than 76 in special subjects: Brandon P. Bonk, Milton; Lacey L. Kenworthy, Rehoboth; Abigail D. Wharton all in grade 8; and R. Jamin son, Lewes, grade 9. ' School Award for its are undergraduate 300-1evel courses and the decision-making and management classes are grad- uate level. Registration is currently taking place for the Fall I and II classes at William A. Carter Partnership Center in Georgetown, on the campus of Delaware Technical & Community College. The classes will meet one night each week from Aug. 31 through Oct. 25 for Fall I; Oct. 26 through Dec. 20 for Fall II. Classes at Sea Colony began in March this year and were offered to Staff there in an effort by its management to make higher edu- cation more accessible. These classes are now open to the general public. Classes are a result of meetings with David Marshall, Sea Colony community developer; John Camp, chair of Wilmington Col- lege's Business Division; and Dr. Norman Runge, assistant profes- sor in the Business Division and graduate program coordinator at Wilmington College's George- town site. An open access institution, Wilmington College designs its programs to meet student needs for flexible course formats, af- fordability and personal attention. BRUCE W. CHILCOAT Account Executive, Investments Certified Financial Planner Call for "The Case (302) 226-5100 (800) 258-3131 Fax (302) 226-5200 For Equities" In addition to the Sea Colony site, campus locations include Wilm- ington Graduate Center, Dover Air Force Base, Dover Silver Lake Complex and the Higher Ed- ucation Building at Del Tech, with a fifth location opening soon in Rehoboth. For more information about courses offered at the Sea Colony site, call Runge at 856-5780. I COOPERAI"I VE PRESCHOOL ACCgPTING APPLICATIONS limited Space 3 & 4 Year Old Program 57 Sussex Street, Rehoboth Beach, DE 227-2242 Beach Babies' "LEARNING CORNER" Pre-School Readiness Program Because these are their best learning years! The school and Easter veloped the dren Education and Services Part- nership, creating an on-site, li- censed child-care center at the high school. Students with chil -I* dren now have a safe, reliable child-care option so they may con- tinue their education. Children with disabilities receive special- ized care in a setting with other children, and child education stu- dents are able to learn and practice skills in a state-licensed facility. The award recipients were Donna E. Curtis and Kathy Renninger. 3 & 4 Year Old Morning Programs 9 A.M. - Noon Space Is Limited For more information please call 644-1585