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Rehoboth Public Library to showcase new books at Scholastic Book Fair Aug. 18-21 The Rehoboth Beach Public Li- brary will host a Scholastic Book Fair Aug. 18-21 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. Admission is free. The fair will offer students, parents and teachers the opportunity to see the latest works by popular au- thors and illustrators of books for young people. Books featured in a Scholastic Book Fair are carefully selected by a committee of reputable edi- tors and educators. Many hours are spent considering hundreds of books from around the world in search of selections that excite and motivate students to become lifelong readers. Special attention is given to locate books that will appeal to the emergent, the experi- enced and the reluctant reader. Along with winners of presti- gious state and national awards, the Scholastic Book Fair will pre- sent hundreds of titles from over 100 publishers. Included will be how-to books, biographies, timeless classics and a variety of the newest titles in children's literature. Proceeds from the fair will help the Rehoboth Library's Capital Campaign Fund for expansion. For more information, call Win Rosenberg at 227-8044. Cape grad to attend Mount St. Mary's Jillian L. Daisey, daughter of J. Laurence and Sherry Daisey of Lewes, is among 325 incoming freshmen planning to attend Mount St. Mary's College in the fall. Daisey is a graduate of Cape Henlopen High School. Mount St. Mary's, founded in 1808, is the oldest independent Catholic college in America. Cape class of '72 to hold 25th reunion The Cape Henlopen High" School Class of 1972 will be hold- ing their 25th reunion this year. Some class members have not been located, and anyone having information on their whereabouts is urged to call Marcia at 945- 7779 or Ben at 645-5827. Sharp graduates with honors from Princeton Jonathan O. (Josh) Sharp, son of Jonathan H. and Gwyneth D. Sharp of Lewes, was awarded a bachelor of arts degree with honors at Princeton University' s commence- ment exercis- es June 3. Sharp ma- jored in Geol- ogy with an emphasis on SHARP geochem- istry, and was inducted into Sigma Xi, the national research honor so- ciety. Sharp was a Residential Ad- visor during his last two years at Princeton and served as Forbes College representative to student government and intramural sports council. He was on the Princeton ultimate Frisbee team for several years and was active in several in- tramural sports. Sharp, a 1993 graduate of Cape Henlopen High School, will begin work as a ju- nior field engineer for Schlum- berger Well Services, an interna- tional petroleum technology com- pany. His initial assignment will be in Bakersfield, Calif., with field training in Alberta, Canada. Cape teacher enrolled in language program Mary Robinson of Lewes, a teacher in the Cape Henlopen School District, is enrolled in an intensive graduate-level language study at Millersville University this summer. Robinson is sfudy- ing French. During the program, all courses and extra-curricular social activities are conducted in the language being studied. The faculty consists almost entirely of native speakers. Science teachers learn new techniques at UD Marian Wolak of Shields Ele- mentary School and Colleen Fan- nin from East Millsboro Elemen- tary School were among 21 ele- mentary and middle school teach- ers from throughout the state who attended the first Summer Insti- tute for Science Understanding at the University of Delaware. Par- ticipants worked in teams, using a hands-on approach in a series of learning cycles that involved stages of elicitation, development, application and assessment. Each day included sessions on on-line computing, e-mail and the Inter- net. Volunteers needed for Shields playground work Volunteers are being sought for a community project in Lewes or- ganized by members of the Stu- dent Government Association (SGA) and other associations at Delaware Technical & Communi- ty College. The students are un- dertaking the project, the sanding and sealing of the Shields Ele- mentary School playground equipment, as part of their com- munity outreach. For more infor- mation, or to volunteer, call the SGA at 856-5400, Ext. 5400. Area residents make Dean's List at High Point Lindsay Naylor Weldin, a fresh- man psychology major, and - Thomas Talley Weldin, a junior business administration major, were named to the Dean's List at High Point University in North Carolina. Thomas Weldin was awarded the Abram Madison Ful- ton Scholarship for 1997-98. The two are children of Mr.. and Mrs. Frederick Weldin of Rehoboth. CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, August 15 - August 21, 1997 - 45 IT'S TIME TO REGISTER.0 REHOBO---------H  ------'HOOL Now Accepting Applications for the 1997-98 School Year al Children 3 or 4 years old by August 31, 1997 are eligible to attend. " Call 227-2242formore information. [ ' , Openings are limited; so act today! [ tq KIDS GLASS CAMP August 25 thru 29 Learn how much fun g/ass is! MOSAICS STAINED GLASS FUSED GLASS STEPPING STONES Bring a bag lunch! 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday thru Friday Ages 11 & up (Supervised Instruction) BEGINNER CLASSES Every Thursday Evening 6:30 - 9:30 Start any time Call for information LEARN THE COPPER FOIL METHOD OF WORKING WITH AND REPAIRING GLASS. INTERMEDIATE 3-D CLASS Every Wednesday Evening 6:30 - 9:30 Start any time BOXES LAMPSHADES CANDLEHOLDERS * WALL SCONCES, ETC. All classes are approximate/y 8 weeks 518 East Savannah Road (over the drawbridge in Lewes) Hours: Tues.-Sat. 10:00-4:00 Wed. & ThiJrs. Eve 6:30-9:30 (302) 115 August 18th - Members Register for Fall August 26th - Non.Members Register for Fall August 30th - Mini Session Ends August 31st - Fall 1 Begin End.OJ00Summer 2-week MINI SESSION August 17-30 (except Aug. 24-25 when YMCA is closed) Full Members: Choose one class FREE for the full session Additional classes at daily drop in fee of $2 per class Associate Members: Non-Members: Daily drop in fee at $3 per class Daily drop in fee at $6 per class YMCA of Delaware - Voted Favorite Fitness Club in The Delaware State News Sussex Family YMCA 105 Church Street, Rehoboth Beach 227-8018