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Submitted photo Worcester Prep expecting Santa Dec. 3 Worcester Prepatory School is expecting Santa to arrive by:horse-drawn carriage to greet the boys and girls who are there to meet him at 11:30 a.m., Sunday, Dec. 3, at the Buckingham Lane entrance to Worcester Preparatory School. Then he'll make his way into Worcester's Athletic & Performing Arts Center to sit in his special sleigh at the Worcester Prep Bazaar and have his picture taken with all those in the Christmas spirit. Worcester Prep is located at 508 South Main Street in Berlin, Md. Shown with the Clauses are Jordan, Jacob and Isabella Osias of Bethany Beach. Art auction to benefit Sussex Tech The Sussex Tech Athletic Department is hosting a live auc- tion of fine art, sports memorabil- ia, music memorabilia and more on Thursday, Dec. 14, in the Commons Area of the "high school. A one hour preview begins at 5 p.m. and the live auctiongets under way at 6 p.m. The. event will be the fwst fundraiser to ben- efit Sussex Tech's five-year Athletic Facilities Upgrade Plan. This major project will include not only the construction of the new RAC (Raven Athletic Center), but also improvements and upgrades to all Sussex Tech athletic facilities and fields. The auction items include orig- inal artwork and collectible limit- ed editions. Also offered will be authentic autographed sports and entertain- ment memorabilia and affordable reproductions of popular, tradi- tional and contemporary ai'tists. There will be something for everyone. For approximately two hours, an entertaining and fun-filled auc- tion will take place in a relaxed atmosphere that will include 150- 175 lots. Each item will be presentexl and offered for sale during the live auction at a pre-determined mini- mum bid and will be sold to the highest bidder. This is a great opportunity to get a few holiday gifts. One of the featured items at the auction will be an original portrait painted by Sussex Tech art teacher Don Golacinski. The highest bid- der can request specifically who or:what they want painted. So for those who have always wanted a family portrait, or maybe one of the dog, this is the opportunity. The auction is being conducted by Ross Galleries, LLC, the industry leader in fundraising art auctions that has helped thou- sands of schools and other non- profit organizations raise millions When Lightning Roars - Get Indoors! Call us for :Lightning Rods. of dollars. Payment for auction items can be either in the form of cash, check, MasterCard, Visa, Discover and American Express cards: The public is cordially invited to attend. Tickets are $ l0 per per- son or $15 per couple. For tickets and more information call 424- 4043. Tickets will also be available at the door. Hors d'oeuvres, coffee and cake will be served. A raffle will be held. Sussex Tech is locat- ed on County Seat Highway (Rt. 9), . four miles west of Georgetown. Success the Right CAPE GAZETTE- Fday, December 1 - Monday, December 4, 2006 - 129 I Submitted photo Exxon Mobil awards $500 grant Beacon Middle Schoolwas honored  receive a $500 grant from the Exxon Mobil Foundation Educational Alliance . Program. This year Baker's Exxon::chose Beacon Middle School along with other schools in Slissex and Kent counties to help fund school projects. Holly Baker of Wilson Baker Inc. is shown presenting Principal T.S. BuCkmaster with the grant check. Wilson Baker Inc. has been an Exxon distributor for more than 50 years. "As an Exx0n_distributor, our family is proud to help the children of our community"Baker said. Play Groups blgn up now For 8 weeks of