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Angle Moon photo SDALL kicks off 1996-97 season in Lewes The Southern Delaware Academy of Lifelong Learning (SDALL) held an open house Sept. 5 at the U of D Virden Center in Lewes to introduce the faculty and staff for the 1996-97 season. They include (l.r) Bill Sharkey, progam coordinator;, Bill O'Conor, history of science instruc- tor;, Mabes Morrill, meditation instructor;, Wes Rumble, OHver Stone's Vietnam instructor;, and Jerry Spellman, chairman of the council. Classes are open to those aged 50 and older with the fall session to begin on Tuesday, Sept. 24. A catalog of the variety of classes is also available and registration is accepted in person or by mail for this continuing education program. For more information call 645-4111. Rehoboth Continued from page 37 as much as possible. Selin explained that skin that has been burned must be stretched and kept as moist as possible to pected back in classes next week, and Walker feels that the program from Crozer-Chester and A.I. duPont will go a long way to in- creasing awareness and sensitivity among students and staff. "I think it was a necessary and beneficial educational process for into October which is Fire Preven- tion Month. It gives the observation of Fire Prevention Month a whole new meaning; students are seeing that it is not just an essay or poster contest." Joey's mother, Donna Falken- avoid a build up of thick and stiff sear tissue. That is why most who are seriously burned go through several months of physical thera- py as well as treatment with med- ication. Surprising to students and teachers alike was the introduc- tion of the stretchy, skin-tight gar- ments that bum victims wear over their healing flesh. The garments, made primarily of a spandex-type material, actually mash develop- ing scars flat and keep them from developing into larger, raised sec- tions of red skin. In the film, "Through the Eyes of A Child," one young burn vic- tim explained that his burned skin was like hard rubber bands. Even though the garments are less than attractive and fashionable, he ac- knowledged that the end result made wearing them worthwhile. He said, "Burns are like bread, they rise. I hate wearing the gar- ments 23 hours a day, and you better believe I take some nice long showers during the hour that I can take off my garments." Lowe told students that burn victims must wear the garments for one year, 23 hours a day. She showed them a spandex t-shirt similar to the one that Joey will wear and explained that he will al- so wear a partial mask of the same material. The nurses and Walker told stu- dents that they can play a big role in Joey's recovery by helping him accept his garments and making him comfortable wearing them to school. The active fourth grader is ex- DetTechoffers maintaining septic systems courses Homeowners, real estate agents and wastewater operators will have the opportunity to learn about the design, operation and maintenance of septic systems in a three-session course at Delaware Technical & Community College, Owens Campus. Offered by the Environmental Institute at the campus, this tech- nical course will be held Sept. 19, 26, and Oct. 3, from 6-9 p.m. for a fee of $65. It is approved by Delaware and Maryland for wastewater operators. To address the issue of failing septic systems as a concern to the homeowner in terms of cost and to the environment in terms of pollu- tion, this course will focus on de- sign, placement, operation, main- tenance, troubleshooting and pre- serving a septic system. To register using VISA, Master- Card or Discover, call 855-1617. For information, call Jerry Williams at 856-5776. school work, therapy and future operations will be a challenge for the entire family. The youngster is facing a skin graft in a few weeks, and physical therapy several days a week. "I think the school will be a big TOP No Nails? Nail Biting? WE HELP YOU GROW NAILS! WALK-INS WELCOME! Complete Nail Care for Ladies & Gentlemen • Sculpture Full Set ......... ,$35 • Manicure ................ .$12 • pedicure ................ ,$20 . Ab' Brush (white) ......... ,$5 • Air Brush (color) ......... ,$10 • Nd Repab' starts at ...... ,$8 • RImm .... ,$ss • sm moraIFIb ....... • cmMm ............ 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