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48. CAPE GAZETTE, Friday&apos; October9 ' October 15, 1998 Cape high school class '73 to hold silver reunion Nov. 28 A silver class reunion for the Cape Henlopen High School grad- uating class of 1973 will be held Saturday, Nov. 28, at the BayCen- tar in Dewey Beach. A reacquaintance hour is sched- uled from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. At 6:30, there will be a brief program that will include a history Of the Cape Henlopen School District and a tribute to deceased class- mates. The attire for the event is casual. A host of special activities are being planned for the occa- sion, including a trivia activity. A photographer will be on hand to take a class picture. The cost of the picture is not included in the registration fee. Volunteers are being sought to help with registration and decora- tions, and to act as hosts and host- esses for the evening. The celebration will include music exclusively from the 1970s, hors d'oeuvres and a cash bar. The cost is $30 per person. The regis- tration fee will defray the cost of food, postage, door prizes and the DJ Registration forms and fees must be returned by Wednesday, Oct. 21. For more information on volun- teering, contact Jackie Howell- Artis at 684-1745 or Diaz Bonville at 645-7544. Classmates are asked to contribute trivia ques- tions for the reunion. Registration <>. Charles and Nancy (Stenger) Class members who know other Joseph, 645-4658; Tom King, classmates who do not live in the 645-7275; Elizabeth Allen, 684- area are requested to contact a 8270; Jackie Howell-Artis, 684- member of the reunion committee: 1745; or Diaz Bonville, 645-7544. -I al I, I The Craft for the New Millennium ....... I If you ictures, come in and see what the craze is all aboufl | Brielfy DEAN WITTER REYNOLDS INC. 4421 High\\;ray One T) .[ 1 Rchoboth Pc, on, DE 19971 Quarterly Club to meet at LMS Oct. 14 The first meeting of the Quar- terly Club will be held at 9 a.m,, Wednesday, Oct. 14, in the Lewes Middle School cafeteria. The Quarterly Club is a time for Friends of LMS to hear about what is happening at the middle Reflexology is based on the principle that feet contain reflex areas that correspond to specific glands and organs in the body. Manipulating and massaging these areas aids the body in self- healing. Bring two pillows and a large bath towel from 7 to 10 p.m., Oct. 19. The cost is $20. The Art of Massage empha- sizes head, neck, shoulder and back release, with attention also given to hands and feet. Discus- school. All parents, grandparents and friends are encouraged to get involved. For more information, call Lewes Middle School princi- pal Margaret Peck at 645-6288. Delaware Music School to host grand opening After 17 years of operation, the Delaware Music School has moved to its first independent lo- cation and invites the public to at- tend the grand opening of its new Cape District menus The Cape Henlopen School District Menu for the week of Oct. 12 to Oct. 16 includes the following: Elementary and middle schools Monday, Oct. 12 - Viking ribs on a bun, super nachos with meat and cheese, or sandwich choice; choice of two sides, including tasty fries, peas and carrots, juice bar, orange or apple juice. Tuesday, Oct. 13 - Baked chicken nuggets, sub or sandwich choice; choice of two sides, including scalloped potatoes, stir-fry veggies, or- ange wedges, orange or apple juice. Wednesday, Oct. 14 - "Breakfast at Lunch," including sausage patty or sandwich choice; choice of two sides, including hash browns, apple- sauce, french toast sticks, orange or apple juice. Thursday, Oct. 15 - Beefaroni casserole, pizza or sandwich choice; choice of two sides, including lettuce salad, winter mix, fruited jello with topping, fruit mix, orange or apple juice. Friday, Oct. 16 - Toasted cheese sandwich, pizza or sandwich choice; choice of two sides, including tomato soup, carrot/celery sticks, fruit choices, orange or apple juice. Carper Continued from page 47 The Carpers married in 1986, while the governor was serving as a member of the U.S. House of Representatives. They have two sons: Christopher, 10, and Ben, 8. In her capacity as Delaware's first lady, she has been involved in immunization, mentoring and child-abuse prevention as a means of ensuring children get a good start in life. While she is on her sabbati- cal, she will lead a statewide campaign to promote students reaching basic reading mastery by grade three. Carper has served on the Boys & Girls Club of Delaware and is currently chairing the National Gov- ernors' Association Spouses Program. In addition to her campaign for kids this year, she will also continue her active participation in the nation's battle to fight breast cancer. hies. Class is scheduled from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m., Nov. 18. The cost is $25. Horseback Riding, for begin- ners ages 15 and up, covers the ba- sics, stable management and equestrian skills. Four-session course meets from 6 to 7 p.m., Oct. 28-Nov. 18, Dec. 2 -23, Jan. 13 - Feb. 3. The cost is $45. For more information or to reg- ister, call 854-6966. branch at 10 S. Walhut St. in Mil- ford, located two doors south of the Riverfront Theatre. The grand opening/open house will be held from 5 to 7 p.m., Friday, Oct. 16, and will feature food and refresh- ments. BRUCE W. CHILCOAT Account Executive, Investments Certified Financial Planner Call for "The C ase For Equities" (302) 226-5100 (800) 258-3131 Fax (302) 226-5200 CAPE HENLOPEN HIGH SCHOOL MUSIC PROGRAM'S TRIP TO LONDON -$350,750 ? $3oo, ooo I UPCOMING EVENTS Restaurant Nights - 10/14/98 Lazy Susan's will donate 10% of gross revenue 10/19/98 and October 26th Dewey Beach Club will donate 5% of gross revenue. 11/7/98 Breakfast at The Lamp Post - details to follow. Jazz Festival - The Jazz Band will be playing at Sydney's on Wednesday, October 14th and at the Convention Hall on Saturday, October 17 at 11 a.m. 1776 Restaurant -Sunday, October 18th at 3 p.m. Concert with Phil Woods and Jazz legend Maynard Ferguson. Join Maynard and his special guests the Cape Henlopen High School Jazz Band for great jazz and a Bar-B-Qua dinner. Tickets are available at 1776 or from any music student. $25 per person includes ffmner. Autumn Craft Fair- October 24th at the Cape Henlopen High School Cafeteria. Over 35 vendors, Bake Sale, Quilt Raffle, 50/50, door prizes. Admission is $1.00. No more vendor space available. Haunted Rouse - October 23rd, 24th & 25th from 7 p,m. - 11 p.m. at the Bottle & Cork with a special show on Saturday from I - 4 p.m., for small children. Funster's Dance - Saturday 10/31198 at the Bay Cente - $ 0.00 per person Angel Quilt Raffle- Handmade! Sponsored by "Mare's Bears Quilt Shop." For tickets contact any band or chorus member or Linda Beebe at 645-5260. $200,000 $100,000 We are still collecting Aluminum Cans which can be deposited in the trailer in the parking lot of the Cape Henlopen High School. THANKS TO THE FOLLOWING INDIVIDUALS AND ORGANIZATIONS FOR THEIR SUPPORT: The Whitson Mattock & Harrison Dr. Ali Z. Hameli Gladys H. Shaw in Memory of Rev. Shaw The Dog House Little Greek Boys Parsell Funeral Homes James R. Orton Heritage Hardwood Floors, Inc. Episcopal Church Women of St. Peters Zwaanendael Club Helen D. Tusi The Cape Gazette If you would like to make a contribution or ff you need any addltionnt Information on any of the events, please call Lynn Mleaner at 644-2772. lllis a,ertg space is sp by Parsell Funal Homes and The Cape Gazette. Rease viI our Web SileYhwYw.geocities.comMearUand/Prairie/8792/hndex.html es, and Delaware Tech is offering a variety of classes for leisure time activities: Yoga classes can help estab- lish a daily routine for aligning mind, body and spirit. A one=hour workshop teaches four basic yoga postures that increase flexibility and muscle relaxation; handouts and question/answer session in- cluded. Students should bring a mat or a thick towel. Classes will meet from l I a.m. to noon, Oct. and trivia information should be mailed to Jackie Howell-Artis, ii 204 S. Spinaker Lane, Milton, DE 19968, sent e-mail to MENTION THIS AD & RECEIVE 10% OFF 17 a Pag t Del Tech begins leisure courses Oct. Relaxation comes in many guis- 17 and Nov. 14. The cost is $20. sion includes massage oils and ta- II Call Now For Classes (302) 644-9070