October 13, 2009 • Section B
WORD OF THE DAY
deke \DEEK\ (verb): to fake (an opponent) out
of position (as in ice hockey)
In a sentence:
With a quick move to the left and then right, the
forward deked the remaining defenseman and was
left one-on-one with the goalie.
Source: Merriam-Webster Online
Which Las Vegas gaming executive, who inspired
the film “Casino,” died in Miami Beach at age 79,
on this date last year?
Answer on page B3
MOVIES, HELOISE ..................B3
‘History Of Religion In Delaware’
A presentation by Dr. Constance Cooper of the Historical
Society of Delaware, 7 p.m. in the handicapped accessible
Hollingsworth House at Landing Lane, Elkton. Part of the
Elk Landing Quarterly Lecture Series.
‘Victory 2010’ Planning Meeting
7 p.m. at the VFW in North East. Sponsored by the
Republican Club of Cecil County. Contact Tari Moore, RCCC
President at 443-350-3669 for more information.
Chapter #4138 Meeting
1:30 p.m. at St. Mary Anne’s Episcopal Church, 317 S.
Main Street, North East. A speaker from the health center
will be the featured guest. All seniors welcome.
WHAT’S HAPPENING TODAY
By Rebecca Sewald
Theatre at Cecil
College in North
East is all abloom
with its latest exhi-
Tara Parekh of
Arlington, Va., the
exhibit features 15
highlight plant life
photography – or extreme close-ups.
“The series examines form, texture
and the fusion of color created by shal-
low depth of field and selective focus,”
said Parekh, 28. “The images are taken
using available light and convey intri-
cate variations of nature’s diversity.”
With exception to one image, the
photographs were captured over sev-
eral different visits to the United States
Botanic Garden in
not have a favor-