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44 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, August 15 - August 21, 1997 Kerry Kester photo Athletics enhance summer autistics program Mari Alice DeVane is teaching Christopher Lewis basket- ball dribbling skills during his physical education period in the Sussex Elementary Consortium's autistic summer pro- gram. Summer school runs from June 23 through Aug. 15, and over 50 children attended this year. Teachers concentrate on teaching social, domestic and lifetime skills during the pro- gram, as well as adaptive physical education, where basic lo- comotor skills are addressed. Rehoboth returns from NYU Karen Baker, artistic director of the Rehoboth and Seaford Dance & Fitness Studios, has recently completed summer courses at New York University on the prac- tice and theory of teaching classi- cal ballet. The class was taught by Mme. Claude Bessy, director of the Paris Opera Ballet Company, and by master teacher Serge Golavine. Baker has been teaching at her own studios since 1983. She holds a bachelor of Fine Arts in Dance from the Philadelphia College of the Performing Arts, and a mas- ter's degree in Dance Education from Temple University, Phildel- phia, Pa. She has also taken a teaching course on the Vaganova (Russian) teaching syllabus of classical bal- let given by the director of the Pennsylvania Academy of Ballet. Baker has also served as a board member of the Sussex County Arts Council and as a member of the dance/theater panel for the Delaware Division of the Arts. Baker is currently accepting en- rollment for fall classes at both her Rehoboth and Seaford studio locations. Classes are offered in ballet, jazz, tap, pre-school, creative dance and adult classes. The Rehoboth studio is located dance instructor course Emily Wright of Seaford is one of the students being taught by Karen Baker of the Rehoboth and Seaford Dance and Fitness Studios. at 161 Columbia Avenue, and the Seaford studio is at the Carpenters Union Hall on Alt. Route 13. To register, or for more infor- mation, call Baker at 227-2050. Cape High grad Payton receives Sussex Partnership Scholarship Two Sussex County high school graduates - Rayna Fay Zoch and Robert "Frank" Payton, III - have been named as recipients of the Sussex County Partnership Schol- arships for 1997-98. These scholarships represent agreements between Delaware Technical & Community College, Owens Campus, and its partners in education - the University of Delaware and Wilmington Col- lege. The award is for full tuition to earn an associate's degree and- to complete a bachelor's degree in Sussex County. Students must complete a tech- nical associate's degree program at Delaware Tech and then ad- vance to a baccalaureate degree program offered by one of the partner institutions and available in the William A. Carter Partner- ship Center (formerly the Higher Education Building) at the Owens Campus. Rayna Zoch of Seaford will be- gin her studies in Early Childhood Education Technology, and upon completion of the associate degree will transfer to Wilmington Col- lege to pursue a degree in Early Child Care and Education. Zoch began her quest for post- secondary education at an early age. Since seventh grade, she has been a student at Delaware Tech's Educational Talent Search pro- gram which provides career and college counseling for students with academic potential for higher education. Frank Payton of Milton will en- ter Criminal Justice Technology at Delaware Tech, and after com- pleting the requirements for his associate degree will transfer to the University of Delaware to complete his baccalaureate train- ing in the same field. The scholarship for each student is renewable until the bachelor's degree is earned or until the num- ber of credits required for the de- gree are earned. Awarded annually, these schol- arships are open to eligible high school seniors who reside in Sus- sex County, with selection based on academic excellence and demonstrated financial need. Applications for the three Sus- sex County Partnership Scholar- ships (Delaware State University, I Subscribe today-call 645-7700 Wilmington College and the Uni- versity of Delaware), may be ob- tained at high school guidance of- rices, the William A. Carter Part- nership Center or the Financial Aid office at Delaware Tech. The deadline for applications is March 14 of each year. II:p_y:[,_yhVh"Ul:F_l;[,_YhVi,:.l  Wedding Gowns ' {-i1 Bridesmaid Gowns ,. $5- $99 J)P" '" Shoes J' ! $5&up / II Head pieces $5,& up 11 Mother s Dresses , $59 & up Candlelight 314 Main St., Rt. 24. Millsboro, DE (302) 934-8009 August 23rd 10 am - 2 pm Bushel of Fun Fair Moon Bounce from Skateworld Special Bafbeque available for purchase from 24 Groove Games Face Painting Sand Art WIN FREE MEMBERSHIPS, PROGRAMS, LESSONS, OR OTHER PRIZES Register now for Fall programs Sussex Family YMCA 105 Church Street, Rehoboth Beach 227-8018