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Cape Gazette SCHOOL & EDUCATION FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21- MONDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2011 101 READING GOES TO THE DOGS AT MILTON ELEMENTARY Gage Joseph listens while Debbie Emery demonstrates how to read to Dudley. Philanthropic group hosts fa ;hion show Members of Philanthropic Ed- in existence since 1869 when sev- ucational Organization Chapter en young women founded the L held a fall fashion show Sept. organization at Wesleyan Col- 24 at Kings Creek Country Club lege in Mount Pleasant, Iowa. in Rehoboth Beach. Since that small beginning, the The event was a fundraiser for organization has evolved into Chapter L in Lewes to raise mon- one of the largest nonsectarian, ey for women's education, and community-based organizations more than 100 guests attended, with nearly 6,000 chapters and Eighteen outfits appropriate approximately 250,000 mem- for casual or more formal affairs bers. were provided by Coldwater 'PEO has chapters in each of Creek and were modeled bythe 50 United States, the District Chapter L members. Valarie of Columbia and in six Canadian Gargano, manager of the store, provinces. Headquarters are in provided the narrative descrip- Des Moines, Iowa. The cumula- tion of each outfit, tire amount of assistance provid- PEO is a philanthropic educa- ecl to recipients nationwide is ap- tional organization that has been proximately $200 million to date. SUBMITTED PHOTOS ON TUESDAY MORNINGS, students at Milton Elementary School have a chance to read for a special audience in a program designed to motivate children to read. As part of the Literacy Education Assistance Pups Program, Milton kindergarteners practice their reading ski rls by reading to a dog. Dudley, a LEAP dog, recently visit- ed the students at school. Pictured are (I-r) Benjamin Clifton, Mariya Powell, Kenna Justice and Melanie Via. It is back to school & the cool ones wear braces! Let us Straighten Your Smilel Dr. Michael A. Poleck 1632 Savannah Rd., Suite 6 Lewes, DE 1 I STEVEN BILLUPS PHOTOS SUZANNE GULARSON is modeling Barbara Hatch models Coldwater Dawn Kenton is modeling Coldwater Coldwater Creek's natural waist zipper Creek's zip detail stretch pant, 3/4- Creek's trouser fit corduroy pants trim jean, solid scoop long sleeve T- sleeve v-neck T-shirt, contrast stitch topped with a marled swing cardigan shirt, water stone tie-front vest, acces- vest and tri-tone scarf during the fall and lace tank. Topping it off is a stone sorized with a bridle hobo bag and San- fashion show event, bauble necklace and leather satchel, torini shell necklace. LEWES STUDENTS LEARN ABOUT FIRE SAFETY STUDENTS FROM SHIELDS Elemen- tary School visited the Lewes Fire Sta- tion Oct. 13 as part of National Fire Safe- ty Week education programs. Kinder- garten through second-grade students visit fhe.station each year to learn about fire safety. Shown is Lewes Fire Department As- sistant Chief Gordon Davis, talking to teacher Tara Davis' second-grade stu- dents behind a fire truck. Davis talked about the equipment on the truck and about the hydrants the students see around their neighborhoodS. STEVEN BILLUPS PHOTO Openh s Available for the 2011- 2012 Sclx ol Year Programs for Ages 2,3 & 4 Year Olds (2-yr. olds born on or before September 15) PI E CHOOL 19285 Holland Glade Road, Rehotx)thBeach For information, call 227-7120 bplommn@ epmmh-