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Carousel Continued from page 40 of the Lewes-Rehoboth Beach ar- eas and will conduct various ex- periments with plants and seeds. Creating Stories Using Disney Magic - participants will expand their story-making skills by exam- ining elements of Disney films and will adapt a story to the "Dis- ney formula" by using story- boarding skills. Tae Kwan Do - Participants will learn this Korean martial art that teaches confidence and self- control. Courses scheduled for grades six and seven: French Language and Culture the focus of this class will be the use. of elementary French vocabu- lary and high-frequency expres- sions. Included will be phrases dealing with weather, colors, numbers, greetings and more. Money Fun and Funds: How to Make a Million Before High School - students will learn about the stock market and will have the opportunity to create their own stock market portfolios. Glass Crafting - students will work with an expert glass crafter to learn basic stained-glass con- struction, mosaic making and kiln-fired glass techniques. Introduction to Jazz: An American Original - students in this interactive course will learn about jazz from its development at the turn of the century to the pre- sent. Class visits by professional musicians and audio and video presentations will highlight the course. Hot Air Ballooning and Health - students will learn about bal- looning and how it relates to health and physical medicine. Stu- dents will create a miniature, scale-model balloon festival in- side the school. All the World's a Stage: Let's Florida Continued from page 40 endangered species, such as the manatee, in their natural habitat, and a trip to an alligator farm. An undersea research facility will be explored and students will spend time on a floating classroom. On Egmont Key, students will learn of the life cycles of native wildlife, including the endangered gopher tortoises. Even though the outside ecosystem may be sunny and balmy in Florida, students will spend time in the Living in the Arctic section of SeaWorld where they will compare polar re- gions with other ecosystems. In the Florida outback, they will go on an airboat safari along the St. John's River to further their awareness of endangered species and to investigate tlae state's aquifer system. "We plan for this to be the first trip of many that Cape Henlopen students will take," Redard said. "We are hoping that the commu- nity will catch our enthusiasm and do what they can to sponsor our kids in this great adventure." The middle school science teacher said ea.ch child who plans to make the trip gets to apply any money that he or she raises to a personal account. All general do- nations will be applied to the fund for the trip, and Redard hopes enough contributions will come in to establish some scholarship money for those who might not be able to go otherwise. Checks may be made out to Ecoquest c/o Randy Redard, 309 Chestnut St., Milton 19968. For information on the trip or to make a donation, call 684-3278. What It Used To Be? CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, December 19 - December 25, 199.7 - 41 WCS service set Courtney Bateman (left) and Jeffrey Zonko, both sixth-graders, will be Mary and Joseph at the Worcester Country School's annual Christmas Candlelight Ser- vice. The program will feature students in preschool through grade six. The pro- duction is directed by Tracey Berry and Dan Freed. Play Shakespeare - participants will read a student's version of "A Midsummer Night's Dream" and will learn to create their own in- terpretation of a scene from the play using words and poetic ex- pression, dance and music. Improvisation and Theatre Skills - students in this course will use both improvisational scenes and isolated exercises to introduce acting to middle school students. Components will include voice tone, volume, diction, body move- ment, language and externalized and internalized emotions. Creating a Web Page - in this class, students will identify the ba- sic elements that constitute a web page. Students will design and construct their own home page. HOLIDAY, SAVINGS 20% OFF All Fall And Holiday Merchandise Excluding Cruise and Valentines DECEMBER 19 - JANUARY 8 IANT SIZES 3-24 MOS. ' GIRLS & BO SIS 2T-16 Previous Sales Excluded - No Price Adjustments hartstrings childrenswear outlet REHOBOTH OUTLET CENTER #202 HWY. 1, REHOBOTH BEACH, DE (302) 644-0666 Happy Holidays from The Sussex Family YMCA Fall II Ends December 20. Our Mini Session Will " Begin December 22 And End January 3. Our Holiday schedule is as follows; Dec. 24 - Closing at 2 P.M. Dec 25 through 28 - Closed Dec. 31 - Closing at 5 P.M. L-'ql Watch for renovations after our Christmas shutdown. 1 Make your New Year's Resolutions Now!!