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70 - CAPE GAZETTE - Friday, January 5 - Monday, January 8, 2007 Dennis Forney photo Hitchens wins Rotat T ATV raffle Shelly Hitchens of Georgetown found her Christmas bright- ened considerably when she received notification that she had won a Kubota Bayou four-wheel drive, all-terrain vehicle raffled off by the Lewes Rehoboth Rotary Club as a fundrais- er for annual scholarships. Her name was drawn during the annual Hank Brittingham Memorial Dinner for senior citi- zens at Cape Henlopen High School. Hitchens, a "farm girl," said she has already ordered a special tag for the vehicle which makes clear to family members who the ATV belongs to. "It says 'Shelly's Toy' and I plan to have a lot of fun riding this," she said. Hitchens works as public relations director for Brandywine Assisted Living in Rehoboth Beach. Shown with Shelly are Tom Byrne, left, Rotary president, and Walt Bryan, chairman of the raffle project. Submitted photo First baby in 2007 arrives at Beebe Medical Center Janasia Felton was the first baby to be born at Beebe Medical Center in 2007. She was born at 7:57 a.m., Tuesday, Jan. 2, and weighed 5 pounds and 15 ounces. She is shown with her mother, Syreeta Felton of Dagsboro. Staff from the Women's Health Pavilion provided the family with a basket of baby supplies and clothing. Outstanding Teen applications sought The Miss Delaware Scholarship Organization, an affiliate of the Miss America Organization, will host the 2007 Miss Delaware's Outstanding Teen Pageant at 2 p.m., Sunday, March 11 in the Centre for the Performing Arts at Sussex Central High School, Georgetown The winner will represent Delaware at Miss America's Outstanding Teen Pageant, set for August in Orlando. Contestants must be between the ages of 13 and 17 on the date of the pageant, but may not be a high school sen- ior. The areas of competition include private interview with the judges, talent presentation (2 minute maximum), evening gown, casual wear, and physical fitness in exercise apparel. The winner will receive a $1,000 scholarship savings bond, crown, flowers, airfare to Miss America's Outstanding Teen 2007 Pageant, complimentary tickets to the 2007 Miss Delaware Scholarship Pageant June 8-9 in the Rollins Center at Dover Downs, photo in the Miss Delaware Program Book, the opportunity to perform her talent at the 2007 Miss Delaware Pageant, and wardrobe assistance for the national competition. Scholarship savings bonds will also be awarded to the four run- ners-up. The application package and information on entrance fees may be obtained from Sue Kuhling at 302-284-4278, or by emailing- or kuhla- The complete application pack- age and entrance fee will be due Sunday, Feb. 4, at the all-day par- ent orientation and contestant rehearsal at the Duncan Center, Dover. For further information on Miss Delaware and Miss Delaware's Outstanding Teen, visit A Gold Mine in Bedroom Drawers Newswire: People are selling their old scrap gold that is gathering dust for its cash value because gold prices are so high. With the price of gold at a 25 year high, it makes sense to recycle unwanted items for cash., a large gold recycler, offers free insured recycle kits so people may cash in their scrap with24 hour service and guarantee satisfaction. They accept broken and outdated items like chains, charms, rings and more. "Everyone has bits of gold just lying around which can be turned into cash" says Richard Zakroff, Founder. "Even old dental gold. has value." has been in business for over 16 years and has served over 800,000 clients. Request a FREE GoldKit at 800-283-4700 or .uxury homes, built with quality, in the charming town of Milton. A short drive to the Delaware beaches, but a million miles from the crowds and commotion. Mal  MANOLAKOSGROUP 3o2 684-5222