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I I 42 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, December 19 - December 25, 1997 Michael Short photo SDALL honors semester's teachers The Southern Delaware Academy of Lifelong Learning held its annual appreciation inn- cheon for volunteers on Wednesday, Dec. 10, at=Rehoboth Beach County Club. The academy . member-ship was treated to some holiday entertainment by students in some of the diverse academy offerings. ,2. : are (l-r) Chervyl Maloney, acaderh# counciranember Peggy Tappan, Neil Walker, hcaiemycouncilmember Barbara Vaughan, Bob Duncan, Meredith Pierce and academy Pres- ident Howard Maxwell. iiCargrad accepted at Jefferson med school Donald M. Dukes II, a senior at the University of Delaware in Newark:and a 1994 graduate and salui.atorian of Cape Henlopen High School, has beem,ac- :epted  :i n to the 1998 en- :tering class of the Thomas Jefferson University College of Medicine in Pfiilelphia. DUKES Dukes, a member of the University's Hon- ors Program, will graduate from UD with a bachelor degree in bio- logical sciences with a minor in medical humanities and sociolo- gy. While at Cape Henlopen, Dukes was a National Honor So- ciety member and a 10-time all- state musician. He is the son of Donald and Cynthia Dukes of Edgewater Estates in Lewes. ) DEAN WITTER REYNOLDS INC. 4421 Highway One Rehoboth Beach, DE 1 971 Lewes native to be in college 'Who's Who' Aimee Zygmonski, of Lewes, a production/management major at Emerson College, has been select- ed for inclusion in the 1998 edi- tion of "Who's Who Among Stu- dents in American Universities and Colleges." Zygmonski joins 29 other Emerson students being recognized for outstanding achievment through inclusion in the publication. Elks scholarships offered to Cape high seniors The Elks Club is offering schol- arships for Cape seniors who are college-bound. "A scholarship in the amount of $750, which is paid directly to the student, wi! v- en to and female.s0lent, Theg4'hblarship is renewable for foyears for a total award of $3,000 each. Interested, students shouldpick up an application form from their guidance coun- selors or call Larry Cashdollar at 645-8.56. The deadline is Jan. ! 6. Technology education grant will help students Rep. Michael Castle recently announced that the state wilt re- ceive $2. ! million from., the U.S. Department :ofEducati0n!s Tech- nology Li ter:y Challengg,Fund. The grant is'a $i ! million in- crease from, last year. The.fu, ndisa $2 billion, five- ' year progranfdesigned to lielp schools use technology to im- prove the way children learn in the ciassroom and to strengthen the way teachers educate students. The funding will go toward training teachers to help students learn through computers and the information superhighway; pro- viding teachers and students ac- cess to state-of-the-art computers; and linking more schools and classrooms to the information su- perhighway. Area student named to marine academy Nathan Andrew Derby of Georgetown has been accepted by the U.S. Merchant Marine Acade- my in King's Point, N.Y. Derby, a gradate of Towle Institute and Fork Union Military Academy, was nominated to attend the Academy by Sen. William V. Roth. Hey Cape Senl'orsI!I Going to College next Fall? Need Some Cash? Check Out The Elks Scholarships! $750 PAID DIRECTLY TO ONE MALE AND ONE FEMALE, RENEWABLE FOR 4 YEARS: TOTAL $3,000 EACH. Get application forms from counselers office or call Larry Cashdollar at 645-8756. DEADLINE JAN. 16,1998 Lewes student graduates from modeling school Shanna Beisel, a model in the making, believes in the slogan, "girls just want to have fun!" Beisel, 14, graduated from the Barbizon Modeling School & Agency in Wilmington on Oct. 19. Beisel was the first-place win- ner in the Model Magic Magazine, a project i,i which each student had to participate in order to grad- uate. Beisel said she plans to con- tinue modeling in order to "go to college, buy a car and her condo on the beach." Beisel, a resident of Lewes, and a middle, school student in the Cape district, and says her interests are not confined to modelin. In addition to being a cheerleader for her school, she ( takes dance and karate lessons. The teen-ager credits her mom's words of wisdom for her success. "Mom always says to believe in yourself, and your dreamswill come true." BRUCE W. CHILCOAT Account Executive, Investments Certified Financial Planner Call for "50 FINANCIAL PLANNING MISTAKES AND HOW TO AVOID THEM." (302) 226-5100 (800) 258-3131 Fax (302) 226-5200 ENGLISH IMPROVEMENT SERIES (NO. 19) Use I:iB ,1 when you refer to two people or things. EXAMPLES: She had to choose between a career [ and marriage. They can't deeide between a Ford and a Honda. Use ] when you refer to three or more people or things EXAMPLES: The relations among our three neighbors ] are excellent. ] Many discussions were held among all the students. | EXCEPTION: When the peroons you refer to have conflicting ideas or opinions, always use BETWEEN. Some hostility still exists between Arabs, Palestinians and the Israelites. I   i  I Now TRY THESE QUESTIONS: Example: The sale was confidential among ( / ) between ( ) the buyers an(1 the sellers. (At least four people were itroolved.) 1. He divided his time betwom ( ) among ( ) his office and home. 2. What differences there are among ( ) between ( ) English students. 3. If a third baseball league is established, prepare for trouble among ( ) between ( ) all three. 4. What is the difference between ( ) among ( ) a soldier, a sailor & a marine? Answers: 1 - between; 2 - among; 3 - between; 4 - between. 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