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118 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Nov. 19 - Nov. 22, 2004 The Jefferson School holds annual Harvest Ball Dan Cook photos The Salero Restaurant, on the top floor of the Henlopen Hotel in Rehoboth Beach, played host to the third annual Jefferson School Harvest Ball, Saturday, Nov. 13. The event included Del Tech presents 2006 budget request Delaware Technical & Commu- nity College presented its budget request for Fiscal Year 2006 to state budget officials Nov. 17. President of the college Orlan- do George said budgetary priori- ties include increasing financial aid to needy students, hiring addi- tional staff and funding to main- tain existing facilities and to con- struct a new biotechnology and medical building at the Stanton campus. Financial aid seminars offered statewide American Education Services and the Delaware Association of Student Financial Aid Adminis- trators will offer Financial Aid Nights, a statewide program de- signed to provide college-bound a silent auction where $21,000 was raised, dinner and dancing to vinyl shoekley, students and their parents with in- The Jefferson School, for students ages 3-14, is an independent, co-educational clay school formation and assistance in apply- ing for state and federal fincial located on Wilson Road east of Georgetown. The Jefferson School utilizes, developmentally appropriate .and innovative teaching tools to stimulate intellectual curiosity, academic per- formance and social commitment and includes families from a variety of racial, ethnic, reli- gious and economic backgrounds. Supporters of the Jefferson School include (l-r) Jill Menendez, Bob and Laura Deckmann, Ken Orr, Delbert and Lisa Kwan, and Carole Orr. Ed Shockley of the band vinyl shockley entertains the crowds. Shown is the Harvest Ball Committee, (l-r) Stacy Hollingsworth, Terri Jones, chairwoman Karlyn Lokken, Denise Costanza, Melissa Joseph, Julie Ellis-Hall and Riki Burton. aid. In the Cape Region, Delaware Technical & Community College, Owens campus, will host Finan- cial Aid Nights at 7 p.m., Tuesday, Jan. 11; Monday, Jan. 24; and Wednesday, Feb. 9. Delmarva Christian open house Nov. 20 Delmarva Christian High School will hold an open house from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 20, on the school's campus. The open house is for students in grades nine through 12. Prospective students and their parents are invited to tour the school, meet the teachers, stu- dents, and parents of Delmarva Christian High School and review its curriculum, sports program and: learcn abott, itS Christ-cen- tered focus. For more information, call 856- 4040 or visit www.delmarvachris- tian.com. Essay, art contest set for fourth-graders The Delaware Association for Family & Community Education will sponsor an essay and artwork contest for fourth-grade students. Students will submit a short story based on the theme of respect, with a drawing illustrating their essay. The contest is based on the Six Pillars of Character from the Character Counts! program devel- oped by the Josephson Institute of Ethics. The contest runs through Jan. 31 and is open to all Delaware fourth-graders. For more information, call Ma- jorie Frampton at 645-5219. Worcester Christmas bazaar set for Dec. 11 The annual Christmas Bazaar at Worcester Preparatory School will be held 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., Sunday, Dec. 5. Bazaar booths will be located in the Athletic & Performing Arts Center and in the Main Academic Building. Featured will be homemade baked goods, holiday gifts and decorations, visits with Santa, a luncheon catered by the Atlantic Hotel, holiday entertainment by the school chorus, a silent auction, decorated holiday trees, and a game room for the kids. Parking is available in both the front and the back of the school. Worcester Prep is located on South Main Street in Berlin near the intersection with Route 113. It is approximately a half mile south of the center of Berlin. College Goal set for Jan. 30 in region The fourth annual College Goal Sunday will be held at 2 p.m., Sunday, Jan. 30, at various loca- tions across Delaware, Washing- ton, D.C. and Maryland. College Goal Sunday invites college bound sudents to a location near them to receive free professional assistance in completing financial aid forms. Colleges, universities and private career schools require the Free Application for Federal Student Aid form to qualify for federal grants and loans as well as many state and private scholar- ships. For more information, visit www.usafunds.org. SC class of '75 to hold 30-year reunion The Sussex Central High School class of 1975 is planning its 30th class reunion in 2005. Those class members who have not received the recently mailed postcard are asked to visit the re- union we.bsite at www.eastmills- boro.com/class_reunion.htm and email organizers with their con- tact information or the contact in- formation of other classmates who have not responded. Cape class of 1994 planning 10 reunion The 10-year reunion of the Cape Henlopen High School class of 1994 will be held from 6:30 to 10:30 p.m., Friday, Nov, 26, at Crabber's Cove in Dewey Beach. Dinner will be served, and there will be a cash bar. Class of 1994 graduates who would like to attend the reunion may send a check for $25 per per- son or $50 for those bringing guests, payable to Cape Henlopen class of 1994. Mail checks to Blythe Teed, c/o Debi Fenimore, 912 Savannah Road, Lewes, DE 19958. Reunion organizers suggest classmates enclose with your checks any special high school photos they would like to see in a slide show. Names should be written on the back of the photos. Alternatively, classmates may send photos elec- tronically to blythe@burtonteede- vents.com. [ I* ............. S'T'I]F'-" Illlllilmmllil!lillnmll|llllrllillnmliFl|lnvll]rlATllTTlTT -- 118 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Nov. 19 - Nov. 22, 2004 The Jefferson School holds annual Harvest Ball Dan Cook photos The Salero Restaurant, on the top floor of the Henlopen Hotel in Rehoboth Beach, played host to the third annual Jefferson School Harvest Ball, Saturday, Nov. 13. The event included Del Tech presents 2006 budget request Delaware Technical & Commu- nity College presented its budget request for Fiscal Year 2006 to state budget officials Nov. 17. President of the college Orlan- do George said budgetary priori- ties include increasing financial aid to needy students, hiring addi- tional staff and funding to main- tain existing facilities and to con- struct a new biotechnology and medical building at the Stanton campus. Financial aid seminars offered statewide American Education Services and the Delaware Association of Student Financial Aid Adminis- trators will offer Financial Aid Nights, a statewide program de- signed to provide college-bound a silent auction where $21,000 was raised, dinner and dancing to vinyl shoekley, students and their parents with in- The Jefferson School, for students ages 3-14, is an independent, co-educational clay school formation and assistance in apply- ing for state and federal fincial located on Wilson Road east of Georgetown. The Jefferson School utilizes, developmentally appropriate .and innovative teaching tools to stimulate intellectual curiosity, academic per- formance and social commitment and includes families from a variety of racial, ethnic, reli- gious and economic backgrounds. Supporters of the Jefferson School include (l-r) Jill Menendez, Bob and Laura Deckmann, Ken Orr, Delbert and Lisa Kwan, and Carole Orr. Ed Shockley of the band vinyl shockley entertains the crowds. Shown is the Harvest Ball Committee, (l-r) Stacy Hollingsworth, Terri Jones, chairwoman Karlyn Lokken, Denise Costanza, Melissa Joseph, Julie Ellis-Hall and Riki Burton. aid. In the Cape Region, Delaware Technical & Community College, Owens campus, will host Finan- cial Aid Nights at 7 p.m., Tuesday, Jan. 11; Monday, Jan. 24; and Wednesday, Feb. 9. Delmarva Christian open house Nov. 20 Delmarva Christian High School will hold an open house from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 20, on the school's campus. The open house is for students in grades nine through 12. Prospective students and their parents are invited to tour the school, meet the teachers, stu- dents, and parents of Delmarva Christian High School and review its curriculum, sports program and: learcn abott, itS Christ-cen- tered focus. For more information, call 856- 4040 or visit www.delmarvachris- tian.com. Essay, art contest set for fourth-graders The Delaware Association for Family & Community Education will sponsor an essay and artwork contest for fourth-grade students. Students will submit a short story based on the theme of respect, with a drawing illustrating their essay. The contest is based on the Six Pillars of Character from the Character Counts! program devel- oped by the Josephson Institute of Ethics. The contest runs through Jan. 31 and is open to all Delaware fourth-graders. For more information, call Ma- jorie Frampton at 645-5219. Worcester Christmas bazaar set for Dec. 11 The annual Christmas Bazaar at Worcester Preparatory School will be held 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., Sunday, Dec. 5. Bazaar booths will be located in the Athletic & Performing Arts Center and in the Main Academic Building. Featured will be homemade baked goods, holiday gifts and decorations, visits with Santa, a luncheon catered by the Atlantic Hotel, holiday entertainment by the school chorus, a silent auction, decorated holiday trees, and a game room for the kids. Parking is available in both the front and the back of the school. Worcester Prep is located on South Main Street in Berlin near the intersection with Route 113. It is approximately a half mile south of the center of Berlin. College Goal set for Jan. 30 in region The fourth annual College Goal Sunday will be held at 2 p.m., Sunday, Jan. 30, at various loca- tions across Delaware, Washing- ton, D.C. and Maryland. College Goal Sunday invites college bound sudents to a location near them to receive free professional assistance in completing financial aid forms. Colleges, universities and private career schools require the Free Application for Federal Student Aid form to qualify for federal grants and loans as well as many state and private scholar- ships. For more information, visit www.usafunds.org. SC class of '75 to hold 30-year reunion The Sussex Central High School class of 1975 is planning its 30th class reunion in 2005. Those class members who have not received the recently mailed postcard are asked to visit the re- union we.bsite at www.eastmills- boro.com/class_reunion.htm and email organizers with their con- tact information or the contact in- formation of other classmates who have not responded. Cape class of 1994 planning 10 reunion The 10-year reunion of the Cape Henlopen High School class of 1994 will be held from 6:30 to 10:30 p.m., Friday, Nov, 26, at Crabber's Cove in Dewey Beach. Dinner will be served, and there will be a cash bar. Class of 1994 graduates who would like to attend the reunion may send a check for $25 per per- son or $50 for those bringing guests, payable to Cape Henlopen class of 1994. Mail checks to Blythe Teed, c/o Debi Fenimore, 912 Savannah Road, Lewes, DE 19958. Reunion organizers suggest classmates enclose with your checks any special high school photos they would like to see in a slide show. Names should be written on the back of the photos. Alternatively, classmates may send photos elec- tronically to blythe@burtonteede- vents.com. [ I* ............. S'T'I]F'-" Illlllilmmllil!lillnmll|llllrllillnmliFl|lnvll]rlATllTTlTT --