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Worcester Sch,00q)l plans "Lincoln for President" Oct. 1, i On Oct. 14, "Abraham Lincoln" makes a whistle stop in Salisbury to garner votes in his presidential re-election bid to the White House. Nationally acclaimed actor, ed- ucator and film star James Getty will present Lincoln's 1864 cam- paign in his run for President of the United States at the Wicomico Youth and Civic Center at 7:30 p.m. The performance will show the stark contrast of a 19th century presidential candidate to that of today's candidates. The audience will be intro- duced to a backwoods- man, rail- splitter, post- master and self-taught at- torney Abe Lincoln of Springfield, Illinois as he LINCOLN solicits votes on Delmarva. Will the humor, wit and wisdom of this non-politician be sufficient to return him to the Oval Office, or will his problems continue to mount denying him a second term? Getty has appeared as Lincoln throughout the United States and Canada, as well as in regular the- ater in Gettysburg, Pa., for more than 20 years. He has appeared in the movie "The Ironclads," the C-Span pro- duction "Lincoln in New York City Day," and provides the voice of Lincoln in A & E's "Biogra- phy." Del Tech to h( st regional conference The regional conference for the Human Anatomy and Physiology Society (HAPS) will be held Sat- urday, Oct. 19 at DelaY, are Tech- nical and Community College, Owens Campus. HAPS is a national professional Briefly YMCA offers outdoor adventure for teens The Sussex Family YMCA is introducing a new program called OASIS (Outdoor Adventure Sys- tems Including Survival). OASIS is for teens ages 12-18. Teens par- ticipating in this program will learn and practice camping skills, and survival skills related to alti- tude, shelter, water, food, tools, cooking, tracking and more. They will also take day and overnight trips including hiking, rafting, canoeing, beach camping and mountain camping. There will be a free introduction to this pro- gram on Thursday, Oct. 3 from 7- 9 p.m. at the YMCA. Parents are also encouraged to attend this meeting. Call 227-8018. organization devoted to promot- ing excellence in the teaching of anatomy and physiology. According to Barbara Wiggins, conference organizer and an in- structor of anatomy and physiolo- gy at the College, the day-long PSAT Qualifying Test set at Cape Oct. 15 The Preliminary Scholastic Ap- titude Test/National Merit Schol- arship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT), which mea- sures verbal and mathematical abilities, is being offered at Cape Henlopen High School on Tues- day, Oct. 15. All juniors who are planning or considering college are strongly urged to take the test. The fee is $8.50. Registration and payment is due in the guidance of- fice by Monday, Oct. 7. Make checks payable to Cape Henlopen High School. For information, contact Sam Griffin, Student Ser- vices Department, at 645-7898. conference affords professionals the opportunity to obtain informa- tion on the latest scientific devel- opments and to interact with col- leagues. Conference workshops will fo- cus on: DNA; overview of respi- Bombay Hook offers environmental workshop Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge will offer a two part (15 hour) Environmental Ed- ucation Workshop for teachers, group leader, and refuge volun- teers, Part I will be Saturday, Oct. 5 and part II will be Saturday, Oct. 26 from 9 a.m. to 5 pm. This workshop will provide examples of activities teachers and group leaders can use with their students on field trips to the refuge, on school grounds or in other outdoor settings. This course is offered to teachers for one in-service credit. A science background is not re- quired. Ways of incorporating these activities into present cur- Homeschooling basics topic at Del Tech Delaware Technical & Commu- nity College is offering "The Ba- sics of Homeschooling" on Wednesday, Oct. 16 from 6-9 p.m. Malorie Derby will present the legal way to homeschool in Delaware and how to get started. She will focus on the educational philosophies and curriculums. The session fee is $15. For infor- mation or to register, call Corpo- rate and Community Programs, 856-5400, ext.226. Stop smoking seminar set Oct. 15 at Del Tech Delaware Technical & Commu- nity College, Owens Campus, is offering a "Stop Smoking Semi- nar" on Oct. 15 from 7-9:30 p.m. Anne Connor, RMT, will explain how hypnosis can free you from the cigarette habit without with- drawal, anxiety or weight gain even if repeated attempts to quit have failed. Free cassette will be given to participants. Seminar fee is $39. For information or to reg- ister, call 856-5400, ext. 226. The election theme presentation is a special production designed to coincide with the November pres- idential election and is sponsored by Worcester Country School of Berlin, Md. It promises to offer an amusing, thought-provoking, and refreshing approach to national politics. "Lincoln for President" will be presented on Monday, Oct. 14 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are on sale at the Civic Center at $6 for adults and $3 for students and can be ordered by calling (410) 548-4911. on anatomy Oct. lO ratory care; videomicroscopy; learning/teaching styles; plastina- tion; and entrepreneurial opportu- nities for allied health. Other fea- tures include a teacher's ex- change, student panel and various exhibits. riculum will be discussed. For in- formation, call (302) 653-6872. Odyssey of the Mind meeting set Oct. 1 The Cape Henlopen School Dis- trict will hold a meeting on Tues- day, Oct. 1 at 7 p.m. in the Little Theater of Cape Henlopen High School for those interested in the "Odyssey of the Mind" competi- tion. Students in grades 4-12 and their parents are invited to attend. This meeting is for organizational purposes. Students should come to the meeting prepared to sign up for their first, second and third long-term problem choices. Stu- dents must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. The Sussex Family YMC,00 Buff&O strono chffdren, famSes and communities Olxm dm, indudinO holiday and Sunday hours! WeX, e got something for everyone... Aquatic Fness 8 Swim Lessons • Recreational Swimming Scuba • Fam00 Water Sports 8 Games • • • • • • Aerobics TaiChl Yoga Youth Sports Personal Training • Basketball . 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