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Osher Lifelong Learning offers enrichment This winter need not be drea- ry for active seniors in Sussex County. In a single semester this spring, it is possible to learn memoir writing, study beekeep- ing or constitutional law, learn English country dancing or im- prove one’s understanding of U.S.-Russian relations. Other courses offered by the University of Delaware's Osher Lifelong Learning Institute this spring will allow students to sing in a chorus, study history, learn pottery or painting, study amaz- ing aircraft, or explore the flora and fauna of southern Delaware. Programs in Lewes and Ocean View set to run Jan. 22-March 29 With an offering of over 90 classes in Lewes and Ocean View, the spring program for adults over 50 will run Monday, Jan. 22 to Thursday, March 29. Classes will be offered in such subjects as literature, art, his- tory, science, computers, music, life skills and languages. Classes are offered at the Fred Thomas Building, 520 Dupont Ave. in Lewes, and the Town Hall and Community Center, 32 West Ave. in Ocean View. The deadline for priority regis- tration for the spring is Thursday, Jan. 11. Registrations received after Jan. 11 will be processed on a space-available basis. Walk-in registration and instructor synopses set There will be walk-in regis- tration in Lewes from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m., Wednesday, Jan. 3 and Thursday, Jan. 4, at the Fred Thomas Building, 520 Dupont Ave., where instructors will give short synopses of their courses, and give students an opportunity to meet the instructors and ask questions. OLLI is a membership-based cooperative organization where adults 50 and over can enjoy classes, teach, exchange ideas, and travel together. Instruc- tors teach subjects they love to students who are there for the love of learning. The only requirements for admission are interest in a continuing educa- tional experience, support of the program through participation and a membership fee of $175 a semester. Tuition assistance scholarships are available. Classes expand to Seaford - priority registration due Jan. 11 The University of Delaware’s popular educational program for individuals aged 50 and older will expand to Seaford for the upcom- ing spring semester. For the first time, Osher Lifelong Learning Institute classes will be offered at the Manor House, 1001 Mid- dleford Road, Seaford, beginning Tuesday, Jan. 23. With a record offering of over 150 classes already planned for Lewes, Ocean View and Dover this spring, the Osher program in Seaford will add to the educa- tional opportunities for residents in western Sussex County and nearby Maryland. Seaford courses include: Mem- oir Writing, Tuesdays, 9-10:30 a.m.; Presidential Seminar, Tues- days, 10:45 a.m.-12:15 p.m.; and Moral Thought in Popular Films, Tuesdays, 1:30-4 p.m. “A thirst for learning or self- improvement does not diminish with age,” said William Sharkey, chairman of UD’s OLLI Lewes council. As one OLLI member said, “The courses are not focused on exams, grades, time schedules or homework, and this lack of pressure makes learning a pure pleasure.” The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute has a volunteer instruc- tional staff with an impressive list of credentials reflecting a lifetime of experience in aca- demia, government, the arts and the private sector. OLLI’s spring semester begins in Seaford Tuesday, Jan. 23, and ends Tuesday, March 27. 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Marcus Thomas, national sales manager for Clean the World, made a spe- cial appearance to educate students about the organization's mission to im- prove health with proper hygiene and to save millions of lives. Clean the World is a nonprofit that partners with hotels around the globe to recycle discarded soap and hygiene products to donate to impoverished people. Students assembled 160 care packages filled with soap, shampoo, deodor- ant, toothpaste, washcloths and razors along with handwritten notes to be distributed to hurricane victims. Simons and her mother, Jackie Berger of the Clarion Resort Fontainebleau Hotel, are credited for forming a partnership with Clean the World and the Ocean City Hotel-Motel-Restaurant Associa- tion. Together they are working to reach a goal of citywide hotel participation in Ocean City, Md., for Clean the World's soap-recycling program. Displaying volunteer T-shirts and kit supplies are (l-r) Clean the World Na- tional Sales Manager Marcus Thomas, Worcester Prep senior Maddie Simons, Clarion Resort Fontainebleau Hotel Sales Manager Jackie Berger and Worces- ter Prep Head of Upper School Mike Grosso. See more photos at capegazette. com. SUBMITTED PHOTO WORCESTER PREP MIDDLE AND UPPER SCHOOL Music Director Christopher Buzby and his Select Vocal Ensemble recently treated res- idents of Maryland retirement homes in Berlin, Snow Hill and Salisbury to singing performances. Following their annual tradition, the ensemble pulled off another flash mob in the food court of The Centre At Salisbury. Worcester Prep Select Vocal Ensemble students exiting the bus to sing holiday carols to assisted living residents are (l-r) Hannah Perdue, Salis- bury, Md.; Devin Wallace, Berlin, Md.; Ellie Todorov, Bishopville, Md.; McKenzie Blake, Lewes; and Henry Taboh, Fruitland, Md. WORCESTER PREP SELECT VOCAL ENSEMBLE SINGS CAROLS FOR SENIORS STUDENTS ASSEMBLE HYGIENE KITS FOR HURRICANE RELIEF the Seaford, Lewes and Ocean View locations. To register, visit the OLLI of- fice in Lewes from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., Monday to Thursday at 520 Dupont Ave. Priority registration deadline is Thursday, Jan. 11. For information or to request a catalog, go to lifelonglearning. udel.edu/lewes, or contact the OLLI Lewes program at LLL- lewes@udel.edu or 302-645-4111.