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~)4 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21- MONDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 2014 CAPE LIFE cape Gazette Child's Play students In November, children attend- fiting the Food Bank of Delaware. ing Child's Play by the Bay, an Teachers at Child's Play pro- early leamingchild development vided the kids with a visual center in Lewes, participated in a shopping list that showed pic- food drive service project bene- tures of various nonperishable donation items for hands-on learning foods items. The list allowed the were encouraged to allow their young children early learning ex- children to participate actively child to assist with the shopping, periences. Providing the children in the food shopping experience, complete the checkout process, with canned goods and boxed "Early intentional exposure to and pay for their items, foods gave them ways to incorpo- logos, signs and words leads to As the children started to bring rate some sorting and patterning knowledge that symbols have their food donations to Child's learning into the classroom using meaning," said Child's Play pre- Play, the items were used for products that they purchased," schoolteacher Katie Miller."This classroom learning activities says teacher Amy Burhop. is a very important pre-literacy such as sorting, graphing and For more information skill. This lays the groundwork practicing number skills. "We on Child's Play go to www. for conventional reading and firmly believe in using real ob- or call 302- writing." When possible, parents jects and items when offering 645-2153. SUBMITTED PHOTO MIKE LONG, DISTRICT DIRECTOR FOR Giant Food, and a board member at the Delaware Food Industry Council, accepted the donation for the food bank. Shown are (I-r) Delaney Huxtable, Irving Flood, Claudia Stazzone, Mady Lehman, Brandon Wilkinson, Quinn Klutchnik, Alex Muncie, Scarlett Stazzone and Long. AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY POST 17 HONORS VETERANS SUBMITTED PHOTO AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY UNIT 17 members gathered to hon- or veterans, serve lunch and enjoy fellowship on Veterans Day, Nov. 11. " Newly re-elected Delaware Rep. Steve Smyk, R-Milton, spent time at the gathering. Edible Arrangements sent fruit to say thanks to veterans, and some children brought thank-you posters to the event. Auxiliary members leading the festivities included in back (I-r) Bar- bara Catts, Connie Melfa, Carole Harbaugh, Katie Sims, Murt Foos, Dor- othy Murray and Judith Frampton; in front are Linda Roper, Betty Len- kiewicz, Alanna Shucker, Jean Maxwell, Rita Gillespie, Betty Dunn and ," Joanne Stafford. SCJ2 8di SS19