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CAPE GAZETYE - Friday, September I - Monday, September 4, 2006. 115 Submltted photo Attending the NIC Junior Cotillion Ball in Dover last year are (l-r) Hunter Harmon, Instructor Lisa Chase and Chase Harmon. Junior Cotillion opens local chapter By Carrie Daniel Special to the Cape Gazette Attention all middle school stu- dents! An exciting social and cul- tural opportunity is coming this way in the fall. The National League of Junior Cotillion (NLJC) is opening a new chapter in Rehoboth Beach. Headed by veteran instructor Lisa Chase, a charming, energetic Virginia native, the NLJC program pro- vides instruction for young men and women in the areas of eft- quette, ethics, character education and social dance. "It's a wonderful program of refinement," said Chase. "The purpose is to give young people instruction and practice in the courtesies that make life more pleasant for them and those around them and to give them training in standard ballroom dancing." Those who may be weary of strict agendas and dated traditions - fear not. Chase's number one goal is to have fun. "I'm like a big kid myself!" she assured. "I do it in a really fun and festive way, with music the.y enjoy." The two-year course, which meets once monthly, will provide a unique outlet for young students who seek social interaction beyond the classroom setting. Participants also have the oppor- tunity to practice their newly- acquired dance steps and table manners with each other at planned seasonal Balls. Hunter Harmon, 13, of Rehoboth Beach, who just com- pleted a year of NLJC instruction at the Dover chapter, had a posi- tive experience. "It's an all Continued on page 116 [I The  real estate company you will ever need! 418 East Savannah Rd.i Lewes, DE 19958 302-645-1955 • 800-705-7590 www.lewesrealty.com SALES Residential • Commercial Investment • 1031 Exchaoge Lots • Land • Developments RENTALS Weekly • Monthly • Short Term Long Term Vacation Year Round Community-based organizations and nonprofit organizations in Delaware are eligible to apply for funding for programs that address at least one of the following goals of A Plan for a Tobacco-Free Delaware: • Prevent tobacco use among young Delawareans through age 24 • Increase tobacco cessation among Delawareans • Reduce routine exposure to environmental tobacco smoke • Decrease the social acceptability of tobacco use • Maintain leadership position to sustain progress of tobacco prevention September 14, 2006--Deadline for submission of application/proposal Additional information and grant applications are available on the American Lung Association website, www.alade.org, or by calling them at (302) 655-7258. DELAWARE HEALTH AND SOCIAL SERVICES Division of Public Health Tobacco Prevention and Control Program These grants are made possible by tobacco settlement money from the Delaware Health Fund. Chic Classic Casual Cool SEASIDE i n t e r i o r s DISTINCTIVE FURNITURE, LIGHTING, ACCESSORIES, GIFTS & WDOW TREATMENTS Contemporary Transitional Traditional and everything in between Specializing in Innovative Design Mon.- Sat. 9-5 • Sun. 10-4 VILLAGES OF FIVE POINTS E. CHESAPEAKE ST. LEWES, DE 19958 302-645-9216 BAYSIDE PLAZA 138TH & COASTAL HWY. OCEAN CITY, MD 21842 410-250-7097 {!i!{iG::::,i:,!: ,';:ii:; i i:ii!;;;i! :!.: •: ::i ,: :::: :::.:: :il • • '" fi::’i:" .>{::``:i:::`:{:L:}::::i:.:::::::::::::::..:::::::.: ......... t:00Jpaige, p g 1 5 6 ! :... .' .:i : :::: :::: : .!ii;i!ii ii:i!!:;i:,:i-i . : i  ::i;! ?:  ....