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130 - CAPE GAZETTE - Friday, December 1 - Monday, December 4, 2006 Local students place at spelling bee . Epworth Christian School sixth and seventh graders, Jennifer Baker and Isabel Wharton, placed second and sixth place in their respective grade at the ACSI Regional Spelling Bee held. in Elkton, Md. at Elkton Christian School Nov. 14. Other students from Epworth participating in the event were eighth graders, Lattren Mahaffey and Trevor McMunn; seventh grader Dylan Holston; sixth grader Jessica Hassett; and fifth graders Cassandra Kefins and William Davis. Other neigh- boring schools participating in competition were Red Lion Christian Academy; Salisbury Christian School; Holly Grove Christian School; Elkton Christian School and Barren. Creek Christian Academy. Parent Information Center invites teaches Educators are inyited to i:/ici- pate in an exciting profeonai development opportunity ::Hn- sored by the Parent-Information Center of Delaware: This semi- nar is a train-the-trainer designed for educators and practitionri: s of elementary school age studejatS. Based on the Building Blrcks for Reading research, participants will learn techniques and strate- gies that will not only benefit them in the classroom but help equip the parents of the students they serve. Topics covered will range from letter recognition to comprehension. The three hour session will be held from 5 to 8 p.m., Tuesday, Dec. 5, at Sussex Technical High School in Georgetown in Room 804. To sign .up or for information, email Ivy Ulrich-Bonk at SIG@hugh- es.net or call 245-0479. Institute offers free seminars for teachers For the 13th straight year, the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History will sponsor tuition-free, one-week summer seminars acrOss the United States and England for teachers at every level. Participants receive a $400 stipend, books, and room and board. Public, parochial, inde- pendent school teachers and National Park Service employees are eligible. Each seminar is lim- ited to thirty participants by com- petitive application. Historians from universities including Stanford, Columbia, Yale, and the University of Virginia will lead seminars on top- ies ranging from the Colonial Era, SHAPE UP FOR THE HOLIDAYS (and Beyond!) HEALTH & FITNESS CENTER Call For Details - (302) 644-7292 or Stop In Located at Five Pointe Plaza next to Comcast (Lewes) the U.S. Constitution, and the Underground Railroad to the Great Depression, the Cold War, and the Civil Rights Movement. Applications must be post- marked or submitted:electronical- ly by Feb. 15. For information on how to apply, visit wwwgilder- lehrman.org. Physician's assistant degree offered in May Arcadia University is opening a new campus in Christiana, provid- ing the state's first degree pro- gram for physician assistants. The first class of students will begin at the new campus in May, and appIications are now being accepted. The master of medical science degee prepares physican assistants to deliver high-quality, cost-effec- tive health care in a wide variety of settings, including hospitals, clinics and physician's offices. Arcadia University is a coeduca- tional privae university based in suburban Philadelphia offering undergraduate and graduate pro- grams to more than 3,600 stu- dents. To apply for the new program, visit www.caspaonline.org. redfish DESI.GN.S www:redfishdesigns,com FABULOUS GIFT ITEMS: purses scarves hats gloves knits fur jewelry Open Thursday-Sunday 10:00AM--5:3OPM 166 Reheboth Ave. N6 Rehoboth BeQch, DF ] 0971 Capstone Homes ])resents Single Farn00y ]-Iomes O Lot/Horn e Packages 19, 990 Capstone Homes:presents the Workforce Housing Program. These homes (at these prices) are available only to Sussex County residents' who qualify for the Workforce Housing Coupon. Details and Application available at: .cstone.homes.com or by Catling Scott Dailey (302) 644:0300 Workforee Housing is a private program. These homes are ava//ab/e to all quM;ed app]Jcants and are not publleally subszed [11 ally Way. 100% ,ae/ble !* rknlmmApl. CdltordtaAil.hnl.gnrllpnrtxs12z.