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36 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Jan. 9 - Jan. 15, 2004 Eskimos support scholarship fund Thousands watch as locals and visitors participate in the Annual Leo Brady's Exer- cise like the Eskimos in Bethany's fridgid Atlantic waters. The event is present- ed by the Bethany-Fenwick Area Chamber of Commerce and towel sponsor Carl M. Freeman Communities. Local Boy Scouts sold hot chocolate and coffee. The event helps fund scholar- ships for local students' col- lege educations, with ap- proximately $2,000 scholar- ships dispensed each year through The Quiet Resorts Charitable Foundation. Gephardt Continued from page 35 and realizes it needs work," she said. "The Medicaid bill just passed doesn't control cost at all. My dad was against it because the big pharmaceutical compa- nies benefit, not consumers." Gephardt, one of nine Democ- ratic candidates seeking the par- ty's presidential nomination, will be on Delaware's Feb. 3 presi- dential primary ballot. For more information on Gephardt's health-care plan, visit the website mattsplan.com. The visit by Gephardt's cam- paign, Jan. 2, was part of the Bethany-Fenwick Area Cham- ber's of Commerce's Vote! It's Your Business 2004! project. "The goal is to objectively inform our members about voting issues that affect their businesses," said Karen McGrath, executive direc- tor of the Bethany-Fenwick Area Chamber of Commerce. "It was interesting and helpful to hear about Gephardt's plan and have the opportunity to ask questions. We plan to host candidates in a variety of forums this election year - from this type of informal conversation to more structured candidate forums and debates - and we welcome hearing from any interested candidates." Dan Cook photos When California girl Ally McCord, second from right, went to Wilmington to visit her friends (l-r) Jen Sobonya, Christine Stolle and Frank Sobonya she had no idea she would take part in the annual Exercise like the Eskimos event in Bethany. From the beach to the country and all points in between, there's a Robino home just for you! Es(ilpe to the Keys inlillol00t l,t Discover the Keys of Marsh Harbor, a spectacular new beach community. Inspired by the homes of Key West, the single-family homes at the Keys of Marsh Harbor combine the warmth and excitement of the Florida Keys with the most up-to-date features of modern home design. The spacious interiors are bright and airy, creating the perfect enclave for entertaining friends or just relaxing on your day off. The inviting exteriors are maintenance-free. And the value is unsurpassed. For more information on this ground-floor opportunity, call Joe Maio or Bm Shields at 302-227-6661. Minules from the beaeh! Take Highway One to Country Club Dr. (at Exxon Gas Station). Our sales center will be on the left at Shuttle Rd. Select from three- and four-bedroom models with prices starting in the $300s. Awoddalllitso00! With its alluring combination of beautifully land- sced grounds, calming ponds and attractive home designs, you will feel as if you've escaped to a serene tropical-island resort. Select from three twin home designs with two to four bedrooms and dramatic entrance foyers. Each offers an abundance of premium amenities. Minutes from the beach! For information, please call Anthony Knlp 302-645-5279. Located on the East side of Route ! (by the Nassau Bridge and Nassau Orchids) at Nassau and New Roads. Prices starting in the mid $200s