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42 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, October 31 - November 6, 1997 Sussex Tech Trades for The graduates from Sussex Tech's Adult Division Trades for Women program are (l-r) first row, : Judie Walker, Salisbury, Md.; Bessie Whitney, Selbyville; Cherie Davis, Seaford; Willa Lofland, Laurel; Rhonda McKnight, Harrington; Michele Casey, Seaford. Second row-. Trudy Danjoint, state supervisor for gender equality; Larnelle Robinson, Seaford; Lisa Wilson, Seaford; Jerrann Cugler, Delmar, Md.; Doris Purnell, Seaford; Barbara Allebach; Patricia Wright, Rhodesdale, Md.; Christina Shindle-Kelpy, Bishopville, Md.; Doreen Thomas, Hebron, Md.; and Susan Shaw, program manager. Women honors graduates Sussex Tech's Adult Division Trades for Women program has announced the recent graduation of 14 women who participated in an eight-week exploration in non- traditional careers. They explored six trades areas: automotive, car- pentry, electrical, HVAC/R, plumbin, and welding. The pro- gram is designed to help women determine in which of the six ca- reers they would like to receive apprenticeship training at the Sus- sex Tech Adult Division. The 14 graduates began their apprenticeship training in nontra- ditional careers on Sept. 15. Areas chosen include automotive, elec- trical and plumbing. One of the graduates was recently hired by Megee Plumbing and Heating Company. All of the women are committed to meeting the appren- ticeship training requirements. The training is made possible through funding from the Carl D. Perkins Vocational Act. Compa- nies interested in hiring one of the graduates currently in training or anyone interested in becoming a trainee, contact Susan Shaw at 856-9035. Cape music boosters to sponsor citrus fruit sale The Cape Henlopen High School Music Boosters will once again \\; sell Indian River oranges and grapefruits. The sale will run from Nov. 7 to Nov. 19. To place an order for navel oranges, grapefruits or a mix of both, con- tact a band or chorus member or call 645-4566 or 945-1555. Model Trains & Show & Sale Saturday, November 1, 1997 Townsend, Delaware Fire Hall 9 A.M. to 2 P.M. Dealer set up at 7 A.M. Call Jon Cottrell for information 00Ob00CI00G *3* SALISBURY MARYLAND KENNEL CLUB All-Breed Conformation Dog Shows and Obedience Trials American Kennel Club Sanctioned November 7 and 8, 1997 GREAT DOG SHOWS MISPILLION KENNEL CLUB All-Breed Conformation Dog Shows and Obedience Trials American Kennel Club Sanctioned November 9, 1997 All Three At WICOMICO YOUTH & CiViC CENTER Salisbury, Maryland FOR INFORMATION CALL 302-856-2199 We Need A Home! Please Sponsor this page soon! Call Mariann 645-7700 :0000'i'Jili00 000000i!i!iii - We're tan and white and black Cocker mix, 9 weeks old and all females. We need homes! Several loveable cats & kittens need a home. Please come visit us & see. Take one home! I'm a chocolate Lab, 4 months old and housebroken. My name is Artie and I love to swim and I sit when told! I'll be a friend. p Dog & cat food, dog biscuits & treats, dog & cat toys, old towels, newspapers, etc. Homer Symbols from Advanced Nutrition Cycle, dogfood bags, cans & biscuits. They mean cash to us! Call Mary 302-856-7380 Mon.-Fri. 10 A.M.-4 P.M. or come to SffcWA 326 S. DuPont Hwy,. Georgetown, Delaware 19947 PLEASE HELP US HELP THE ANIMALS Our largest fundraiser is this Saturday and Sunday, November 1st and 2nd at Punkin Chunkin, Eagle Crest Aerodrome. BAKED GOODS ARE NEEDED Call 945-7689, 684-4709 or875-5489 Critters FINS 'N 33 Midway Shopping Center Rehoboth Beach 645-7466