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S6 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7- MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2014 BUSINESS & REAL ESTATE Cape Qazette ( ntributes $15, to Henlopen Education Foundation Rachers Challenge will help prevent bullying, boost graduation rates The Cape Henlopen Educa- announce the contribution. tional Foundation has announced Rachel's Challenge is a nation- a $15,000 contribution from al program inspired by the life AT&T to support the Rachel's and tragic death of 17-year-old Challenge program, an initiative Rachel Scott, the first victim of designed to decrease discipline the 1999 Columbine High School problems and increase student shooting. She left behind a diary attendance in which she expressed the belief To highlight the work of the that if "one person can go out of foundation and the important their way to show compassion, efforts it makes on behalf of then it will start a chain reaction students in the Cape Henlo- of the same." pen School District, Delaware The program is designed to Speaker of the House Peter C. equip students and adults with Schwartzkopf, D-Rehoboth, skills to combat bullying and joined with Denis Dunn, presi- reduce feelings of isolation and dent of AT&T-Delaware, to despair by creating a culture of kindness and compassion in the program," said Robert Fulton, school and community, superintendent of the Cape Hen- "I applaud Denis Dunn andlopen School District. "Engaging AT&T for supporting a program government and the local busi- like Rachet's Challenge. As stu- hess community is absolutely dents and as parents, we are all critical in achieving our educa- aware that bullying hurts people, tional goals." and Can have a very negative, Dunn said, "Rachel's Challenge long-term impact. This program is a great example of how corn- helps create a positive, inclusive munities can work together to environment where no one is create safe and nurturing schools victimized for being different, for students." and everyone is treated with re- Dunn said the 2014 contri- spect," said Schwartzkopf. bution is aligned with AT&T "We are honored to receive Aspire, one of the largest corpo- the generous support of a great rate commitments focused on corporate citizen like AT&T, and helping more students graduate we thank our legislative lead- from high school ready for col- ers, Speaker Pete Schwartzkopf lege and careers. Learn more and Rep. Steve Smyk, for their about AT&T Aspire by visiting endorsement of this important www.att.com/aspire. The Cape Henlopen Edu- cational Foundation exists to develop resources and increase Belen Toledo, left, and Gloria Ruiz, seniors at Cape Henlopen High School, show off their Rachel's Chal- lenge/AT&T T-shirts for being part of the effort to create a positive at- mosphere in the school. community awareness for the Cape Henlopen School District. Learn more about being a CHEF donor and volunteer by visiting www.capeeducationfund.org. SUBMITTED PHOTOS SHOWN WITH A GIANT THANK YOU AT&T BANNER are (I-r) Mike Connors, Rachel's Challenge advisor; Rep. Pete Schwartzkopf; Denis Dunn, AT&T Delaware president; Christa Nixon, student; Jimmy Braden, program presenter for Rachel's Challenge; Mary Howard, CHEF; Jeff Gordon, CHEF; Gloria Ruiz, student; Rick Grier-Reynolds, CHEF; Gall Mack, CHEF; Belen Toledo, student; Chris Mattioni, Rachel's Challenge advisor; and Robert Fulton, superintendent, Cape Henlopen School District. / You're retired. Your money isn't. Wade Thompson Financial Advisor 19323 Lighthouse Plaza Blvd Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971 302-227-2771 www.edwardjones.com MAKING SENSE OF INVESTING Member SIPC RAINBOW COVE STERLING 27436 DAGSBORO ROAD, CONDO CROSSING DE 19939 Unit 116-C, 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath Top 3 bedroom, 2.5 baths with 2 Car One parcel with 2 lots. Each lot has 100 ft of floor unit with bay views and 1.5 blocks Garage End Unit Condo. Sunroom road frontage. Property is in ideal location to the beach. Good rental history, and Finished Basement. for commercial zoning or rental homes. Asking $354,000 Asking $359,000 $95,000 RBYCC LOT Lot on East Side Drive with water view in the premier community of Rehoboth Beach Yacht & Country Club. Asking $850,000 P S t] n 17 a n t] 0 e: a P II lz g] s] IT P, d, L V S W W 4:: ic stJ ca Ps re in, wJ or in: Pe ha an le[ lo; at; on tic st~ sl{ of ab ily W( of str pr, hie im 1 alc ers na, cia COl of cal sta aw, SOt tha ma an( coi an( life "1 call bra oft lilHii!i [i il Iii il I[[ , I il i i Ill li i i I