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Briefly Lewes students receive honors at F&M College Brittany Croll and Mary McManaman, both Lewes resi- dents, earned academic honors for the spring semester at Franklin & Marshall College, Lancaster, Pa. To qualify for the dean's list, a student must have a grad point average of 3.7 or better on a 4.0 scale. Croll is a senior environmental studies major and public policy minor, while McManaman is a senior psychology major. DMS to participate in Riverwalk Festival Delaware Music School stu- dents, teachers, faculty and staff members will participate in the City of Milford's Third Annual Riverwalk Freedom Festival as part of events scheduled Saturday, Sept. 9. Performances are planned from 10 aan. to 4 p.m. atthe amphithe- ater in front of the library. The school will also have a table offering water, juice and sodas for sale. Tickets for a raffle are available for a $1 donation at the Delaware Music School's headquarters, 10 S. Walnut St., Milford, through Sept. 9 as well as during the Riverwalk festival. The winner will receive a tuition-free eight-lesson term at the music school. Scrapbook workshop supports cheerleaders A scrapbooking event set for 8 aan. to 9 pan., Sept. 23 at Mariner Middle School will raise funds for the school's cheerleading squad. The cost is $20 per person, with breakfast and lunch provided. Close to My Heart and Creative Memories products will be avail- able for purchase. For a registration form, email Jan Wagner, cheerleading coach, at Education courses set at NAMI-DE in Dover Family-to-Family is a series of 12 weekly classes, structured for the caregivers of the mentally ill to help them support their mental- ly ill relative while maintaining their own well being. It will be held from 6:30 to 9 p.m. starting Monday, Sept. 11, at Multicultural Family at Open Door, 884 Walker Road in Dover. The Peer-to-Peer course is a nine week course on recovery for any person with a serious mental illness who is interested in estab- lishing and maintaining wellness. The classes are held 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesdays, starting Sept. 12 at Open Door. For more information, call June Butler at 302-744-9356 or Mark Thompson at 226-3334. All programs are at no charge Spanish course offered in Milton An introduction to Spanish noncredit course will be held from 4:30 to 6 p.m., Thursdays at the Milton Public Library, 121 Union Street, Milton. The course will cover basic vocabulary, conjugation and con- versation. There is a $25 materi- als fee. For more information or to reg- ister, call Manuel Davis at 684- 8567 or email tenorsaw21 @ Distance learning diploma registration The Groves Diploma-At-A- Distance program is now taking applications from prospective stu- dents for the fall semester. SusSex County's orientation will be held Sept. 20. The program offers out of school adult learners an inde- pendent and flexible format to complete coursework leading to a high school diploma. Students must have internet access. All work, except for taking examina- tions, is done from the student's home. For more information, call Matt Davis, program manager, at 888- 321-GRAD. Medical career training available at Sussex Tech The Sussex Tech Adult Division is offering a number of medical training courses this fall. Daytime, as well as nighttime classes, are available. Courses are being offered include Pharmacy Technician, Medical Administrative Technician, Medical Assisting, Medical Billing and Coding Specialist, and Phlebotomy Technician. A Delaware State approved Nurse's Assistant class is also being offered. New programs this year include Physical Therapy Aide and Medical Admissions Clerk. Some of the programs being offered are approved by the National Healthcareer Association. Students may opt to take the state or nationally certify- ing examination. Students completing many of these courses have been extreme- ly successful in securing job placements throughout Sussex County and the Eastern Shore of Maryland. Call 856-9035 for more infor- mation or contact the Sussex Tech Adult Division at the website Meghan Lee earns college scholm'ship Meghan Lee of Milton has been named a recipient of the Presidential Scolarship at Belhaven College, Jackson, Miss. All Belhaven College scholar- ships are based on academic per- formance and determined upon To order a subscription for a college student, call Beth at 64'i-7700 !tO the participant. _ .. application to the college, CAPE GAZEIWE - Friday, September I - Monday, September 4, 2006. 161 TOGETH