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46- CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, October 17 October 23, 1997 SDALL sets upcoming events The Southern Delaware Acade- my of Lifelong Learning at the Virden Center in the College of Marine Studies, Pilottown Road, Lewes, has announced three up- coming events. On Thursday, Oct. 23, econo- mist Robert Duncan will answer some questions about the recent budget agreement between the Clinton Administration and Con- gress. His clear presentation is designed to demystify this com- plext issue. On Thursday, Oct. 30, the fall wonders of Cape Henlopen State Park will be described and inter- preted by park naturalist Chris Bennett. On Thursday, Nov. 6, learn how to improve your ability to tatke good photographs from an award winning photographer, AI Dannegger. He will share some of the tricks and techniques he has learned in over 40 years as a professional photograher/teacher. All classes get underway at 12:15 p.m. For more information call the SDAH., at 645-4111. Rehoboth, Lewes observe Fire Prevention Week Above, approximately 30 students from the Rehoboth Cooperative Preschool were treated to a ride aboard a 1954 Ward La France fire truck on Thursday, Oct. 9. After a brief trip around town, the students were giv- en an informative lesson in fire safety by Leonard Tylec. ki, driver of the fire truck and member of the Rehoboth Beach Volunteer Fire Com- pany. =We want to show them that we&apos;re normal peo- ple who put on the suits, boots and breathing appara. tus,  he said. "We may look like Darth Vader, but we don't want kids to be afraid of us.  The department is conducting informative pro- grams for students through- out the area in observance of Fire Prevention Month. At right, Lewes Volunteer Fire Department's John Sehmitt discusses fire safety with stu- dents from Mrs. Reddish's first-grade class from Shields Elementary School during a tour of the fire station. The children agreed that the trip to the fire hall is their fa- vorite of the whole year. Jen Ellingsworth photo Angle Moon phot o UD professor discusses slavery during lecture at Del Tech Oct. 21 History scholar William H. Williams and his guest, Curt Wal- ter, of Millsboro, the 84-year old grandson of slaves, will talk about "<i ii., what slavery ,i was like in Delaware, on ...... ii j::iF Monday, Oct. 27, in Room 529 of the '$ . William Carter Part- WILLIAMS nership Cen- ter (formerly the Higher Educa- tion Building) on Delaware Tech- nical & Community College's Owens Campus. The program will begin at 7 p.m. Williams, a University of Delaware professor of history in the Parallel Program, authored the book, "Slavery and Freedom in Delaware: 1639 to 1865" which WHYY-TV is using as part of the background for a PBS series on African-Americans in Delaware. Williams and Walter were inter- viewed for the series, which will air at 5:30 p.m. on Nov. 10, I 1, 12, 13 and 14 during the "IV- 12 newscast. Both of Waiter's grandmothers were born into slavery and were owned by Southern aristocrats un- til they were 10-years old. Using slides, Williams will describe the kind of slavery that existed in Delaware before and after they were freed and Walter will relate the stories each grandparent told him about her experiences as a slave. Clips from the PBS series will be shown and Williams and Wal- ter will answer questions from the audience. = ,. The program is being offc;red as part of the 30th anmversany cele- bration of the Parallel Program. For more infrrmation, call 855- 1620. Georgetown AAUW to hold card party Thursday, Oct. 30 The American Association of University Women (AAUW), George- town branch, will hold their annual card party and luncheon on Thurs- day, Oct. 30, at the Sussex Pines Country Club in Georgetown from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. The cost of the luncheon is $10.50. The party provides funds for an annual donation to the Eleanor Roosevelt Scholar- ship Fund. For tickets, call Faith Loveless at 856-6602. i i C0mMUnITV PRIDE FIHAHGIAL ADVISORS, l.l.c. Fall Semester Financial Seminars Tuesday Oct 21st 6-9 PM Financial Independence for Small Business owners The seminar will be held at the Boardwalk Plaza Hotel, Rehoboth Fee: $25 per seminar which covers the cost of dinner which will be provided. For information or reservations please call Alex Yearly at Community Pride Financial Advisors 302-227-2939 persons or things. ,, / She owns a good ear a good computer operator @ Jack is They are good managers. ...when you specify how persons or things oct. 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