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20 FRIDAY, JANUARY 3- MONDAY, JANUARY 6, 2014 NEWS Cape Gazette K IO DOG TRAINING RBVFC installs officers The Rehoboth Beach Volun- teer Fire Company installed its officers for 2014 Dec. 29. Warren ]ones, executive manager of the Delaware Volunteer Fire fighter's Association and a member of the Rehoboth Beach Fire Company, conducted the installation. Harry Miller, a retired Re- hoboth Beach police officer and a current Delaware state fire mar- shal, was installed as f'rre chief. Ronnie Blizzard, a Rehoboth-area builder, was installed as company president. The other fire line officers are: William (]eft) Blizzard, deputy chiefi Chatam Marsch, first as- sistant chiefi Leonard Marsch, second assistant chiefi ]ames Worrall III, third assistant chiefi Donald Mitchell Jr., chief engi- neer; Heather Blizzard, Vaughn McCabe and Louis Modesto as captains; and Rob Shinn as safety officer. The other elected administra- tive officers are Daniel Mitchell, vice president; Dawn Lynch, secretary; Richard Mitchell Jr., Harry Miller Ronnie Blizzard assistant secretary; Ted Doyle, treasurer; Rob Dobak, assistant treasurer; and Joseph Wastler, executive member. President Blizzard said, "One of the goals for 2014 is to con- tinue with our capital campaign to raise the funds to offset the cost of the new fire station 2, currently under construction, on Airport Road. We look forward to the completion of Station 2, which will enhance our service to the community." Chief Miller said his goals for 2014 'Are to provide the best pos- sible fire, rescue and EMS service to the citizens and visitors of Jeff Blizzard Dan Mitchell the Rehoboth Beach Fire Com- pany District, as the company has done since 1906." The fire company provides emergency services to incorpo- rated areas of Rehoboth Beach, Henlopen Acres and Dewey Beach as well as the non-incor- porated areas along the Route 1 and Route 24 corridors out to and including the Angola area. He also added, "We are always looking for more members, so if you want to make a difference in the community where you live, go to our website at www. and ap- ply today." Arctic Continued from page 19 it can be fun for everyone in the home. Get the kids involved, get the grandparents involved, and others who may be living in the home. The Community Outreach - Operation Prepared- ness booklet, "Family Emergency Preparedness," and a brochure, What Should You Do ifa Coastal Storm Threatens Your Commu- nity? both contain instructions and suggestions for preparing for many types of disruptive events. The booklet and the brochure are available on the DEMA web- site, The following tips are exam- pies of ways to prevent injury and possible death from the ef- fects of storms: • Dress appropriately with head and hands covered if you go outdoors in temperatures below freezing. Provide shelter for pets or farm animals. • Have a household emergency supply kit, including a supply of drinking water and nonperish- able foods. Bottled water or water in containers should be stored in case water and other utilities be disrupted. • Ensure that flashlights and a battery-powered radio are in good working order. Have plenty of batteries. Use of candles and other open-flame light sources is not recommended. • Avoid overexertion. Cold weather puts a strain on the heart, even without exercise. Many winter deaths occur from overexertion while shoveling heavy snow or pushing cars stuck in snow. • Check on neighbors and relatives during cold waves and winter storms. The elderly are especially susceptible to hypo- thermia and falls on icy surfaces. • If power or other utilities are lost, do not call 911. Use a customer service number for information. THURSDAY $6 PIE NIGHT Shepherd's Pie / Fisherman's Pie ' After 4 p.m. FRIDAY $5 LUNCH Battered Fish Sandwich • Available 'til 4 p.m. SUNDAY 1/2 PRICE CHICKEN & CHIPS fish! 24 REHOBOTH AVE. Downtown' Rehoboth Beach 302.226.1044 TRULY BRIH THROUGH &THROUGH E 18388 COASTAL HWY. Lewes 302.644.2250 K-10 DOG TRAINING IS OFFERING THE FOLLOWING CLASSES: 5 WEEK BASIC OBEDIENCE: 1/4 @ 2:00 PM IN LEWES //##k 3 WEEK PRE-BASIC OBEDIENCE: 1/7 @ 7:00 PM IN HARRINGTON /[ (# / 5 WEEK BASIC OBEDIENCE: 1/8 @ CONCORD IN REHOBOTH BEACH/ / , h J/ ADVANCED CLASSES EVERY THURSDAY @ 1:00 AND \\;J/ SATURDAYS @ 11:00 IN LEWES ..-- * AKC Classes (3 levels) forming for Jan. / Feb. DETAILS - CALL K-10 DOG TRAINING @ 302-236-2497 K-IO Dog Training is licensed & insured. 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