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CAPE GAZETTE - Tuesday, August 21 - Thursday, August 23, 2007 - 25 Delaware Community Foundation awards scholarships Scholarship funds administered by the Delaware Community Foundation this year awarded scholarships to dozens of students who are 2007 Kent and Sussex County high school graduates. Scholarship funds are started by individuals or organizations to help assure that students have the resources to continue their educa- tion. Among the scholarships awarded are the following: The Geo:ge H. Henry Memorial Scholarship is awarded to students in the Capital and Cape Henlopen school districts who show great promise as future teachers in Delaware's public schools. The boards of trustees of these districts annually select the recipients. This year, scholarships were awarded to Tyler J. Levins, Dover, Dover High School gradu- ate; and Julie A. Price, Lewes, Cape Henlopen High graduate. Both will attend the University of Delaware. * The Richard S. Cordrey Scholarship recognizes deserving students from the Cape Henlopen, Indian River and Sussex Technical school districts who plan to attend a Delaware college or university. Recipients are Tyler S. Berl, Lewes, Cape Henlopen High School graduate; and Kamal Pandya, Millsboro, Sussex Central High School grad- uate, who will attend the University of Delaware; and Lisa Garcia, Frankford, Indian River High School graduate, who will attend Delaware Technical & Community College. The John B. & Marion A. Smitheman Scholarship was established by the late Edward Smitheman to honor the memory of his parents. The scholarship recognizes deserving students from Kent County public high schools who plan to attend college in Delaware to become an engineers. The 2007 recipient is Michael Marchsteiner Jr., Harrington, Lake Forest High graduate, who will attend the University of Delaware. The Tony Silicato Memorial Scholarships for Milford High School and Lake Forest High School recognize students who demonstrate values and attributes similar to those personified by the late Tony Silicato. Scholarship recipients are required to be ath- letes, good school citizens and very personable. Colleen Starkey, Milford, was this year's Milford High recipient. She will attend Penn State University. Haley Todd, th e Lake Forest High recip, ient, will attend Albright College." The Cape Thespian Alumni Pei'forming Arts Scholarship was established by the Cape Henlopen School District for graduating seniors of Cape Henlopen High School to support their further studies in the field of theatre arts. The 2007 recipient is Shanna Locklair, Rehoboth Beach. The Geneva pepper Morris Memorial Scholarship was estab- lished by the family of Geneva Pepper Morris, who died in 2005, after living rr/ost of her 92 years in Lewes. It is presented to a female Cape Henlopen High School graduate who plans to study business. The 2007 recipi- ent, Brenna Fleming, Lewes, will Lutheran church sets registration, for ESL classes Registration for the next session of ESL classes at the Lutheran Church of Our Savior in Rehoboth Beach will take place from 6 to 8 p.m., Tuesday, Sept. 4 and Thursday, Sept. 6, and from 9:30 a.m. to noon, Saturday, Sept. 8, at the church. There is a $30 fee for the class, payable at the time of registration. The classes will begin the week of Sept. 11 and will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. each Tuesday and Thursday and from 9:30 a.m. to noon, each Saturday, continuing until May 3. Lessons at all classes will be offered for all non-English speaking adult students, beginners through advanced. Emphasis will be on conversational English and practical lessons on how to communicate more effectively with English-speak- ing residents. All classes will he held at the Lutheran Church of Our Savior, 7 Bay Vista Road, Rehoboth Beach. Call the church at 227- 3066 for more information. Now Accepting Registrations for Pre-K through grade A few select spots are still available. For information and a tour, please call us at 856-3300. With attend the University of Colorado. The Gov. Minner Biotech Scholarship was established by Fraunhofer USA's Center for Molecular Biotechnology in Newark and named in honor of Gov. Ruth Ann Minner because of her support of and contributions to biotechnology in the state of Delaware. The scholarship was created to inspire and assist stu- dents who are interested in a career related to biotechnology. One of the three 2007 recipients is Sanese White, Magnolia, Caesar Rodney High Scho.ol graduate, who will attend Delaware State University. Daimler Chrysler TEchnical Scholarship was established by the DaimlerChrysler Corporation Fund to inspire and assist students who are interested in a career related to the design, engineering, manufacturing and repair of auto- to the third generation of the DiSabatino family for their years of hard work and dedication to the EDiS Co. It is awarded to students who are interested in studying business and construction-related fields. Robin Lee, Selbyville, originally received the Generation III Schoarship in 2004 and has con- tinued to receive it each year since then. Frank E Spalt III, Millsboro, has received the schol- arship since 2005, and Kyle E. Roberts, Greenwood, since 2006. They all are students at the University of Delaware. Jarrel L. Taylor, Frankford, a student at Delaware State University( has been a recipient since 2006. Bethany Kleiser, Laurel, is a new Generation III Scholarship recipi- ent who will attend the University of Delaware. The Delaware Community Foundation also administers the Janosik Scholarship Fund, several scholarships for the Laurel Alumni Association and Woodbridge School District, and other scholarship funds that have not yet announced the recipients for the 2007-08 school year. The Delaware Community Foundation (DCF)is a nonprofit philanthropic organization that manages charitable-funds and awards grants to benefit the com- munity. The main office is in the Community Service Builgting in Wilmington and the southern office is located at 36 The Circle, Georgetown (phone 856-4393). For further information about cre- ating a fund through the DCF or learning about the DCF's grant- making process, contact one of the offices or visit the DCF Web site at motive products. Recipients Ryan Mahoney, Dover, Dover  1i e-- High School graduate; and  Bethany Kleiser, Laurel, Delmar F', "Pr" $01 } Senior High School graduate, will attend the University of Delaware; Karalyn Roach, 1{1O1'1,, "D ' " Dagsboro, Indian River High For early childhood education including: School graduate, will attend the University of Miami; and Kevin West Jr., Georgetown, Sussex Central High School graduate, has enrolled at Nascar Technical Institute. The Generation III Scholarship was started by the EDiS Co. to honor and pay tribute i" .  ....  ..... . ..., , . , .. .... . . , ..... . , . ..... . . Classes start September 10th 4-yr-olds: Mon., Wed., Fri. 9 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. Tuition $89 monthly 3-yr-olds: Tues., Thurs. 9 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. Tuition $84 monthly Please call 302-684-0404 for Registration Openings still available for 3- & 4-year-old elasses A00h Ac00ctcrnic F__xccllcnce. 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