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McLamb passes Delaware Bar exam Sandra Gail McLamb of Milton recently passed the Delaware Law Bar Examination. With only 158 of 256 passing the exam, it is known as one of the most difficult in the nation. McLamb graduated from Cape Henlopen High School in 1989 and from the UniVersity of Delaware in 1994, with a bachelor's de- gree. After work- ing for several years, she de- MCLAMB cided to pursue a career in law and enrolled in Widener University School of Law, where she was on the dean's list. She graduated in May and took the bar exam in Ju- ly. McLamb is currently working as a law clerk with Superior Court Judge Jan Jurden in Wilmington. McLamb is the daughter of Donald and Jerry McLamb of Milton, and the granddaughter of Cecil Carpenter and the late Helen Carpenter of Milford, and the late Robert E. McLamb and Nora Beasley of Benson, N.C. Driver education offered at Cape High in January The Cape Henlopen School District will offer driver education classes from 6 to 9 p.m., Jan. 2, 6, 7, 8, 9, 13, 14 and 16. Behind the wheel instruction will be scheduled individually fol- lowing successful completion of the classroom instruction. Classes meet in the Little The- ater at Cape Henlopen High School. The cost is $280 per person, and classes will be taught by Wayne G. Steele. For more information, call Steele at 645-7711. St. Thomas More sets placement test Dec. 7 Eighth grade students interested in attending St. Thomas More Academy (STMA), a diocesan high school in Magnolia, five miles south of Dover, may register to take the diocesan high school placement test Saturday, Dec. 7, at the academy. The test begins at 8:30 a.m. to noon. To register, contact Donna Matthews, 302-697-7700, or e- mail, mail to:admissions@saint- St. Thomas More Academy is a coeducational, Catholic, college-preparatory high school serving many communities in central and lower Delaware, and the Eastern Shore of Mary- land. Tuition aid and transporta- tion are available. St. Thomas More Academy is located aZ 133 Thomas More Dri- Chenoweth earns academic honors Cladssa Chenoweth, a junior at Episcopal High School in Alexan- dria, Va., has been named to the academic honor roll for the first quarter. Students achieving this honor must earn a 90 or above in five or more academic classes for the year. Chenoweth, of Lewes, is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Robert Portz. Episcopal High School is a co- educational boarding school for students in grades 9-12. St. Thomas More first quarter honor roll Saint Thomas More Academy has announced honor rolls for the first quarter. Below are Cape Re- gion students who made the list. Bishop's List - 12th Grade: Joshua Stein, Lewes; 10th Grade: Sarah Miller, Milton; William Pa- jerowski, Lewes/Smyrna; Matthew Stein, Lewes; 9th Grade: Katherine Becker, Lewes; Adam Murabito, Lewes; Katharine Tar- gett, Lewes. Principal's List - 12th Grade: Marija Cahoon, Lewes; llth Grade: Katherine Cassidy, Lewes; Gregory Collins, Lewes; 9th Grade: Sloane Doud, Rehoboth; Kelsey Harris, Rehoboth; Jaclyn LaPenta, Rehoboth. Honors List - 12th Grade: Brid- gette Gibbs, Lewes; Steven Grif- fith, Dewey Beach; Matthew Hall, Lewes; Alexander Polichetti, Millsboro; 10th Grade: Christo- pher Franz, Milton; CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Dec. 6 - Dec. 12, 2002 - 61 Online courses offered at Sussex Tech Sussex Tech's adult division is expanding its course offering to include online classes. Anyone can register for the classes in word processing, spreadsheet, account- ing, web design or special certifi- cation programs. Classes are available for individuals or busi- nesses. Sussex Tech will provide the option of starting or continuing the classes on campus in George- town. This service is provided for individuals who feel they need the additional support of an instructor or need a computer with internet access. For more information, call Sus- sex Tech at 856-9035 or visit the website Learning games help improve reading skills Lots of practice and learning to have fun with letters and words can help children improve their reading skills. "First-graders respond well to learning games and problems," said Dr. Sherry Sellers Vinson, acting director of the Meyer Cen- ter for Developmental Pediatrics at Texas Children's Hospital. "Rdinforcing the school day's reading lessons at home will only help a child become a stronger and better reader." For more information on Texas Children's Meyer Center for De- velopmental Pediatrics, visit the website texaschildrenshospital .org and click on patient care cen- ters. RESERVATION FORM In support of the Charles Mills Boulevard 10 reject, please accept $I00 toward the reserva- tion and purchase of one "Alon The Way" F tint by Abraxas, made payable to the Charles Mills Boulevard. I understand that the prir t is numbered, printed on acid-free archival, museum-quality paperstock with light-fast and fade-proof inks, photographed in New York City and reproduced in Vermont by the best professionals ii  the rld of fine art reproduction. SEND CHECKS TO: CHARLES MILLS BOULEVARD, P.O. BOX 213, LEWES, DE 19958 My signature Thank you for sending my print to: My name My mailing address My phone Date Please allow 3-4 weeks for delivery