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Cape Gazette SCHOOL & EDUCATION FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30 - MONDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2012 87 CHILDS PLAY BY THE BAY COLLECTS FOR SANDY VICTIMS SUBMITTED PHOTO C HILDS PLAY BY THE BAY spent the afternoon of Nov. 17 collect- ing children's and babies' clothing, toys and school supplies for the youngest victims of Hurricane Sandy. The collected items were sort- ed and loaded onto a truck headed for Our Lady of Solace Church in Sea Gate on Coney Island in Brooklyn, N.Y. Show raising some funds with their craft items are (l-r) Bryan and Reagan Ciabattoni and Samantha Connor. Clothes drive coordinator Candace Shetzler sorts out some of the many donated children's items. 'Twas weeks before Christmas, when all through the beach, the businesses looked to extend their reach .... Briefly )) North Pole fundraiser to benefit Cape clubs Cape HighSchool will host Cape North Pole, a fundraiser to benefit the Cape Chorale, Cape FFA, winter cheer squad and football boosters, from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 1 and 2, atthe field house in Legends Stadium. The event will include pictures with Santa Claus or the Grinch, holiday arts and crafts, fresh wreaths and trees, and games for the kids. Sunday is bring a pet day for pictures (friendly pets on- ly). The concession stand will be open for hot Chocolate, drinks, baked goods and other treats. Shoppers can also order cheese- cakes that will be delivered the week before Christmas. The 4- pound; 4-ounce Cinderella cheese cakes - about 16 slices - will sell for $20 apiece. CAPE CADET COLBY GARBUTT WINS NATIONAL JROTC AWARD MELISSA STEELE PHOTO CADET COL'BY GARBUTT recentlywon the Legion of Merit Bronze Cros~ of Achievement for his service with Cape Henlopen High School JROTC. He was one of 25 students nationally honored for exemplary academic, military and community service. Colby is the third Cape Henlopen cadet in 19 years to win the award. Cape school board members honored Colby at a-recent meeting. Pictured are (I-r) Noble Prettyman, Colby, Andy Lewis and Spencer Britting- ham. ussex A Sussex Preparatory High School The Sussex Academy of Arts & Sciences is expanding! Parents, guardians and other interested persons are invited to learn more about our unique public school opportunity for high school students in grade 9 for the 2014 school year. As the only charter school in Sussex County, we provide a challenging, accelerated academic curriculum based on the design principles of Expeditionary Learning. In order to introduce interested parents and eighth grade students to our school, we are holding the following events: PUBLIC INFORMATION meetings at the school on December 4 and 12, 2012 at 6:00 p.m. The APPLICATION PERIOD for incoming ninth grade students for the 2014 school year begins December 1, 2012 and ends February 22, 2013. Applications are available online at For more information, please visit our website or email us at: Sussex Academy of Arts & Sciences 21777 Sussex Pines Road Georgetown, DE 19947 302.856.3636 ,-,, to run any consecutive Connect with customers! Call the Cape Gazette at 302-645-7700 or email us at .............................................................