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Trlsh Vernon photo Rehoboth VFW donates to Shields Rehoboth Beach VFW Post 7447 recently donated a safety sign and American flags, bookmarks and pencils to Shields Elementary School in Lewes. Shown during the presentation are (l-r) Woody Dively, senior vice commander on behalf of Cmdr. Butch Imperial; school custodian Louis Stockley; Prin- cipal peg Horton; and Estelle Tabasko, senior vice president of the ladies auxiliary for the post. Submitted photo Students in Becky Mott-Lynn's class at the Southern Delaware School for the Arts display the shopping bags they will decorate for Athena's Attic, a fine arts gallery in the Vil- lage of Fenwick. The students' original artwork will decorate CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, November 27 - December 3, 1998 - 45 LMS to hold second quarterly club Dec. 14 The second meeting of the Lewes Middle School's Quarterly Club will be held at 1 p.m., Mon- day, Dec. 14, in the school's li- brary. The club is a time for "Friends of LMS" to hear about what is happening at Lewes Middle School. All friends, parents and grand- parents are encouraged to be in- volved. Questions may be directed to Lewes Middle School Principal Margaret Peck at 645-6288. Parenting stubborn children seminar Dec. 2 The Delaware Early Childhood Center's Early Choice program will host a free seminar on "Par- dren" from 2:30 to 4 p.m., Wednesday, Dec. 2, at the Chil- dren & Families First Building in Georgetown. The seminar will be facilitated by Leslie Rhue Leski, developmental school psycholo- enting the Strong-Willed Chil- gist. To register, call 856-5909. : ..... Your Child Deserves... Great Beginnings ARLY LEARNING ENTER of the Art Facility where Children Exercise their Minds, Bodies and Imaginations. Featuring: A Developmental Preschool Infant & Toddler Program Before & After School Care - ENROI.L YOUR CHILD TODAW FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL -- (302) 645-9747 A Tradition of Excellence for 18 Years - Carolyn Carlson, Owner/Director J a public hearing on:Thur: tay.,=De.cember 3, !998., from 7p.m, p.. at- Rehobotfi E|ehaefit S6ho'Br.The purpos'e'ofh hearingisto reserve .:x" comment reg: d'e psty of building two (2)new middle schools and'adding  addifibht6"HOT Brittingham Elementary School. Groups such as the PTA, PTO, citizen groups, etc., will be given first opportunity to speak and may reserve a place on the speaker's agenda by contacting the Superintendent's Office three days prior to the meeting. Individuals will be given the second opportunity to speak. Individuals may reserve a place on the speaker's agenda by contacting the Superintendent's Office three days prior to the meeting. Others wishing to speak will be given the opportunity to speak on a first-come, first-served basis on the evening of the hearing and should register their interest to speak with the recording secretary the evening of the hearing. Written comments are welcome. Writ- ten comments received in the Superintendent's Office three days prior to the hearing will be duplicated in the exact form received and distributed to the Board of Education before the hearing. the gift bags given to customers in the gallery through the holiday season. Gallery customers will be able to vote for their favorites during the first half of December. Three win- ners will receive Athena's Attic gift certificates. The project is part of a partnership between Athena's Attic and five Indian River School District schools. In&an River students'' " art displayed at Mhena's Mtic Athena's Attic, a fine arts name, age and school so that the gallery featuring juried artists in purchaser will know the identity  -tl. the Village at Fenwick, Fenwick Island, is sponsoring partnership with the Indian River School Dis- trict this holiday season. Students in several schools around the district are embarking on a project in their art classes to decorate the Athena's Attic gift bags that are used in the gallery. Approximately 300 bags will be decorated with original art by the students, and then used as shop- ping bags by gallery customers. For each decorated bag, Athena's Attic co-owners Beverly and Elaine Stewart are donating $1 to the art class. According to Beverly Stewart, who conceived the idea, this pro- ject provides Athena's Attic with an avenue to support local arts ed- ucation and then share the stu- dents' work with the public. "We are asking each student to label their decorated bag with their of the artist. We've told the chil- dren that their bags may end up as far away as California, Alaska or even in other countries. They seemed really excited by the idea," she said. Once the decorated bags are de- livered to the store, the Stewarts will identify three winners in each of the three bag-size categories. Those nine bags will be on display in the shop through the holiday shopping season where customers can vote for their favorites. The fi- nal winner in each category will receive a gift certificate to Athena's Attic. Five schools are participating in the project: Suzanne Morrow's art class at Lord Baltimore Elemen- tary; Carolyn Nelson's classes at East Millsboro and Long Neck; Mark Mott-Lynn's class at Sussex Central High School; and Becky Continued on page 46 DELAWARE MUSIC SCHOOL (Milford Lewes * Dover * Millsboro * Seaford) 422-2043 Kinder-programs "in-tune" with your child, birth - 4th grade (2nd semester groups begin January 11) Quality Private Vocal and Instrumental Instruction O OO OO For All A ;es . . o o o, o o 0 O" 0 I (2nd semester, lessons begin m,d-January) "o *o " I l DMS wishes the 4 o o . , o . I a I - Financial Assistance Available