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/ 66 FRIE AY, AUC iUST 26 - MONDAY, AuGuqT 29, 2Oll Delmarva Review anno DeZ ;*wwi.behold .l edsto.es, om 00 inga sl ort s ory contest with ords, will be consider three c shpri es! t ies may be submitte, The irst.p ace prize is $500 S pt. 1 to Nov&The jud[ cash. The winning story will be Mill remain anonymous u published in Th6 Delmarva Re- cgntest concludes, is an view inl2012. Second place wins Winning author and wril $200, arid third piace wins $100. st ctor. The ontes sdeks evocative, /Winners will be annou powerf01, liter T fiction that ex' J nuary 2012. An admini emplifi,;s gre t torytelling and of $15 must be recei appeals to a wide literary audi- e/tch entry. All interested ence. F Jew, ir iusly unpub" sluld see the te AmenClorps volun ers recogn for t, tatI parks service in Delay, OffMals from the Delaware a riculture students an( Department of Natural Re~ glate athletes to master's sourcesland E vironmental Con- r cipients and PhD trol's I~ivisipn[ of Parks and They came from as far Recreation were pn hand to hon- klonduras or as close or this /ear's group of dedicated mlinute walk from the Park ih AmeriCorps indmbers at a re- hich they worked. [] cent re+ogniti nlceremony held I"The partnership b twee at Killers Pon~l State Park. I~NREC and AmeriCo~ps e~- Thebnd-of-y'ear event was hgnces the park experience held to[recogfiiz and celebrate millions of visitors every yea " 40 Am~riCorps[members who s~id DNREC Secretary Colli~l contril uted .6re than 18,000 q'Mara. II hours ser ic in Delaware's |"This summer, DNRECIIs state paj:ks thi s0mmer. / meriCorps volunteers serve "We :hank neLse AmeriCorps ambassadors of our No Ch[ volunt( ers for t eir service to L ft Inside initiative by ringir our sta :e andoUr environment cl ildren face-to-face with tk and fo" helping others enjoy o tdoors, in some cases for tt Delawa :e parks find recreation," .fi st time, creating pathw tys ar said G )v. Ja KMarkell. "The woproving trails for park visito service of thCs young volun- tq explore their natural worl teers is makiiag where we live, and enabling park user to e: - work ai d play be ter places right piore Delaware's cultm al he - now a:ld for glenerations to it}ge. We sincerely thaak th come." Lear's AmeriCorps class t the This tear's members provided s ellar service." service ranging trom zookeeping AmeriCorps is a nation set - and camp tolhistorical inter- program in which vc lunto r pretati0n and marketing. Some members receive a living a worked m naglr9 centers, while l wance, educational s,:hola - others ~rovid~d] environmental s~ips and other benefit,, in e: stewarciship and historical re- change for service in D ,.lawal search. Members ranged from S!ate Parks. I I Coast al-Georgetown to hold discussi n The Times Notable B0oks Group, sponsored by tt Sept.1, i tions Branch of AAUW,, meets from 11 a.m. of each mopth, September through Library in Bethany Beach. The book for Tt of the Summer Molon: Quanah Parker and t of the the Most Powerful Indian Tribe ir Gwynne, All dr@-ins are welcome; no J Call yirginia, 302-539-4969; L{ futher information. :o 12:2 lune, urs& he P,.i Pane - eserv - ds, 30: IAPE LIFE Cape tte short story ',ontest I to Nov. I "Contest,l' on The Delmarva Re- nal, has published original prose literary iarts across the D( marva view website www.delmarvare- and poetry from 69 authors in 16 Peninsula. view.com states, the District of Columbia, Its Website is www.e stern- shorewrlters.org. The co atest is made possible and five other countries. Twelve I. by an an, mymous gift matched have been nominated for the See The Delmarva eview by The D,.qmarva Review s spon- prestigious Pushcart Prize. The website' for additional ifforma- sor, the l:astern Shore Writers next issue will be published by tion onithe contest, or s nd an Association, to encourage new October. email Contest@delm rvare- and exciti ag literary fiction. The Eastern Shore Writers As- view.copa; or write to C )ntest, The De lmarva Review, now in sociation is a nonprofit organiza- The De]marva Review, P.p. Box its fourth ear as a literary jour- tion supporting writers and the 544, St. Michaels, MD 21663. Int Wec ANE In th uplo .Sk) Sat Doy, in to acco This tour'. iTu Satt Lean orga can t the c cour', Wil Satt Join 5 ste win( find with mea Mus Je~ Frid This tolir also Im II in 'oduction to Facebook nesday, October 12 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. Thursday, October 13 [ 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. [WO clav WOrKShOP smdems w cea~e a Facebook accoun~ pictures, set securit;, and ~ost informatior $40 )e Jay, OCtober 2219:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. ,u nave friends and fami y far away ma~ you wood Ke [0 s~a ~ch with, even to see? Learn the basics of setting up a Skype mr, creating a contact list, ana making calls on your computer. ass will make actual Skype call! SO urmg your best smile! This e wl De [aught using MAC OS X. $25 nes, Where Do I Begin? rday, October22 1:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m. now ~o ~ 3or~ music from CDs m~o your Tunes l ibrar, l~ov~ to ze and create p aylists 0fy )ur favorite sonos, anu exE ore wna e downloaded from the iTunes website for free. ftime permits ass wll explore now ~o use iTunesto manage an iPod.This e v~ De [aught using MAC OS X. $25 101 rday, October 22 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m his class to take a trio arounD me worrc focusing on wine The )s to drinking wine wil De discusser. Students wil ~earn wr,, grow better in certain regions and whattaste profiles, )u can n differen{ varietals. Trying to find the 3erfect wine to serve your dinner?We wi go o ~er multiple pairings for your next Each class member will taste wines and receive tasting notes be over 21 to register for this class. $25 elry Basics ty, November 4,9:00 a.m.- 12:00 p.m. )no-day WOrKSnOD will demonstrate basic wire shaoes ann now K mem ~o create a wire and bead necklace.'Clasp making wi e demons[ra[eo. $25 (additional supply cost ~)fabout S10) ington rsit All About Lavender Saturday, November 5 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Phis workshoo will provide 3formation on the Gtorv. uses anD woes of lavenDer as we~ as now ~c grov. me man) ~arieties availab e in Delmarva " your garoen or ( retainer.The medicinal us~ of lavender essential oil will oe orovidea as we as an mvooucuon using ~vender in the kitchen with som~ tast sam: es of our favor lavenoerrea[s, uanoouts ana recipes w De nrovided. $2S Grievingthe Death of a Iroved One Saturday, November 5 ] I0:00 12:30 p.m. Saturday, November 511:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. This workshop is designed to provide sulpport for bereaved nd viduals and to held them develoo ceding skills for the nea[mg 3rocess. NO CHARGE Twisted Wire Jewelry Basics Friday, November 1119:00 a.m.- 12:00 p.m. Students wil learn basic wire shades ann how to link them [o crea[e a wire and bead necklace. Claso making will be demonstrat Please call the office for a list of SuDDlies, $25 Painting on Glass Friday, November 18 [ 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. n this workshop, you will explore your creative side. Come discov tne [ecnn~oues used for decorative Dantng on g ass. Call the office for a list of SuDDlies. $25 Nano Technology: An Introduction for Beginners Saturday December 3110:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Ever wonder wnat nanoecnnology is about? This workshop orovlu~ an overview of the technology, ~s n~sory, ongoing researcn ann applications, along with its challenges li[d potential impact on society. This workshop Dromotes 5clench. Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics STEM} education at ALL AGES for lifelong earning. $25 I Cl ecl( ,ut all of our Fall classes at: I wlmt.edu/Reh0b0th