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,! Cape Gazette SCHOOL & EDUCATION FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7 - MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2014 101 WALMARTPROGRAM BENEFITS LOCAL TEACHERS Briefly )) ESL classes offered at UUSD in Lewes Free English as a Second Lan- guage classes for adults will be offered from 5 to 7 p.m. every Tuesday and Thursday evening at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Southern Delaware, 33739 Marsh Road No. 2, Lewes. Baby-sitting is provided. For more information call 302-645- 9061 or 410-967-1652, or email sscrouch301@yahoo.com. i SUBMITTED PHOTO WALMART PRESENTED 20 TEACHERS from Rehoboth Elementary School with $50 reward cards Oct. 20 to purchase classroom supplies that will help students start the school year off right as part of the company s Teacher Rewards program. For the sixth year, Walmart will donate over $5 million to provide 100,OOO teachers across the United States with reward cards to help offset the cost of classroom expenses at the beginning of the school year. Shown are in back (I-r) Denise Subrick, Walter Hetfield, and Rich Lantz; third row Dawn Dorman, Shelley Lias- ~! Maull, Jill Silicato, Ashley Hayes, Brenda Hazzard, Melissa Dawson, Jennifer Stephens, Dawn Quigley, and Julie Yakimowicz; second row Karen Kea, George Meili, Jacq ueline Kisiel, Cody Smith, and K.hara Bauer. In front are Lisa Craig, Kim Cross, Lonnie Brown, and Erin Bailey. MHA. announces scholarship recipient First State Manufactured Hous- engineering. Ramirez was on ates who reside in manufactured AsSociation announces two the swim team at Sussex Cen- housing in Delaware for at least cipients of the Manufactured tral and in the National Honor one year prior to application. lousing Scholarship Award for Society. She volunteered at La Eligible candidates are also 14-15. The $1,500 award will Casita After School Program, evaluated on scholastic re- be shared between the following two deserving recipients. Mikayla Caldwell, a 2014 grad- uate of Polytech High School, has entered Wesley College this fall majoring in early childhood education. At Polytech, Caldwell participated in the National Hon- or Society and Future Educators of America. She also volunteered the Woodside Center for spe- Cial needs adults. Outside school, Caldwell par- ticipated in Girl Scouts of the Chesa- peake Bay and OMK 4H. Af- ter college, she plans to teach young special needs children Mikayla Caldwell and influence the young minds around her. She resides in a Commodore Manufactured Home in the Dover area and en- joys spending time with friends and family. Ana Ramirez, a 2014 graduate of Sussex Central, has entered the University of Delaware this fall majoring in engineering. Ana has joined the UD Swim Club, Engineers Without Bor- ders, HOLA, and many engineering- related clubs UD has to of- fer. She enjoys Ana Ramirez designing and coming up with new ways to do things, which is what directed her into La Esperanza, Food Bank, and cord, financial need, essay, and other organizations around the personal and professional rec- community. She resides in a Ritz- ommendations. The scholarship Craft Manufactured Home in may be used for any type of ac- Georgetown. Her life revolves credited trainings, licensing, or around education, family, art, and certification program, or for any community. Her future goal is accredited degree program. Full- to become a resource and make or part-time registration in an resources for others to gain hope accredited program is acceptable and live better lives. (part-time minimum - 7 credits). First State Manufactured Information about the FSMHA Housing Association has pro- scholarship is available at www. vided $34,500 for 32 scholarship firststatemha.org or www.doe. recipients since 1999, which are kl2.de.us/dheo. The First State administrated by the Delaware Manufactured Housing Asso- Higher Education Commission. ciation is the professional trade The scholarship program of- association representing the fered annually is available to high interests of the manufactured school seniors or former gradu- housing industry in Delaware. THE ONLY ON DELMARVA! 63rd Street & Coastal Hwy., Ocean City, MD 410-520-0283 www.RosenfeldsJewishDeli.com OPEN EVERY DAY, YEAR ROUND EAT IN, TAKE OUT, OR SCHLEP IT HOME! BAKED FRESH PER ORDER: Pies, Cheesecakes, Cakes, Cupcakes, Cookies, Desserts and Morel Traditional, or Allergy-sensitive, E~,AY_ E :-/C~TPE Let as be part of your Holidays? Call or email to place your order: Help yourself to a Cape Gazette BeachORIGINALS' Dining Card for $20 and save up to $385 when dining out at 27 of the restaurants. : ~th Check (payable to Cape Gazette) to P.O. Box 213, Lewes, DE 19958 Please print Name Address City State Zip First Dining Card __ Additional Card(s), $15/each Call 645-7700 to order with or wslt to buy Total Visa or Discover