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: I Students urged to form study circle Joe Witoski challenged stu- dents at Cape Henlopen High School to form a study circle and engage in constructive dialogue about issues teenagers feel are important. "This is an opportunity for you to have a voice; to make a difference," Witoski said at a school assembly on Oct. 29. "You can talk about anything that concerns you - race rela- tions, religion, racism, even sex." If enough students are interested, the study circle will include 12-15 students from all high school grade levels, who will meet for one hour each week. At the com- pletion of the six week pro- gram, students will present their findings to school offi- ciais. For the past two years Witoski, a trained facilitator, has coordinated study circles for the Young Women's Chris- tian Association (YWCA). Andrew Keegan photo Submitted photo Model donated to Delaware Tech A scale.model miniature of the warship USS Constitution and a cross-section model of the British HMS Victory were re- cently donated for display in the Stephen J. Betze Library on the Owens campus of Delaware Technical & Community Col- lege. The models were handcrafted by the late Ralph H. Thompson Sr. of Harbeson and donated to the college by his widow, Hazel. Her daughter, Janet Warrington, left, has been a student at the Owens campus and suggested the donation as a way for the public to enjoy her father's handiwork. Shown with the two women are Dr. Tim Kavel, vice president and campus director. 00besz Route 1, Rehoboth Beach Amy Reardon photo Milton students help 'Make a Difference' Milton Middle School celebrated Make a Difference Day Oct. 26, with students, parents, and teachers working from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. to improve the landscaping. Adam Kindall gave the school a free landscaping design, Lowes donated tulip and daffodil bulbs, Ed Millman donat- ed top soil, Grizzly's donated mulch, and Kenny Morley and Wright's Lawn Care donated trac- tors. Volunteers left their mark on the landscape of the school and found a time capsule from Mrs. Russ' 1966 4th grade class. Inside the mayonnaise jar, volunteers found a copy of the Countian, a five cent stamp, a penny, a nickel, and list of Mrs. RuSs' students' names. Participants shown above include (back row, l-r) vice principal Mike Dmiterchik and prin- cipai Brian Curtis; (third row) Jill Wright, Rob Orton, Drew Abele, Francis Bonkowski, Billy Wright, Brittany Murray, Nicole Buckius, Tony Schuyler, Tres Jones, Michael Morris, Brittany Hazzard, and Johanna King;, (second row) Kyle Orton, Connor Orton, Jonathon Wright, Shan- non Bull, Stephan Fitzgerald, Pamela Bull, and Ken Morley; (first row) Siggy Millman, John Bonkowski, Dana Orton, Kim Wright, Shemik Thompson, Billy Suess, Victoria Suess, Jesse Dmiterchik, Cory Abele, Andrew Abele, Glen Fitzcharles, and James Fitzcharles. YMCA Merebers tee "Green Thumbs," caring for our plants, shrubs and flowers. We are proud of the time and efforts given by these energetic volunteers. Left to Right:. Pat Patton, Tom Buford, Wayne Abbott, Marian Ray, Ran Ray, Jean Bitting, Janice Ferneyhough, Mary Ann Lockard. Not Pictured: Goss Ferneybough, Jean Norton. Sussex Family YMCA We build strong kids, strong families, strong communities. 105 Chur00b..Street, Rehoboth- 302-227-80..1.81 .....