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86 - CAPE GAZETTE - Friday, January 26 - Monday, January 29, 2007 Community Lutheran Church announces the retirement of the Rev. John A. Barton Community Lutheran Church has announced the retirement Of its pastor of eight years, John R. Barton. This ends his 33 years of min- istry with ELCA churches. Barton and his wife Peggy live in Milton and plan to continue with new adventures in that area. He has been asked to work part-time at St. John the Baptist Episcopal Submitted photo Grange hears about-The Way Home Midland Grange No. 27 hosted Troy Neal at its recent 27052 Br0adkill Road monthly luncheon meeting. Neal spoke to Grange members Milton, Delaware 19968 about The Way Home program, a ministry designed to help toll free: 866-313-GOLF ex-offenders being released from the Sussex Correctional Institution, the Sussex Work Release Center and Crest South to make a successful transition back into the community. Midland Grange members donated several books for the pro- gram, which the inmates will read to their children. Following Neal's presentation, Linda Rogers, volunteer service coordinator for the Sussex Retired & Senior Volunteer Program, spoke of the many volunteer opportuni- ties available such as The Way Home program, and the RSVP station. To volunteer or make a donation, call 856-5815. phone: 302-684-3000 fax: 302-684-3389 www, rookerygolf.com Word Warrior Ministries launches audio theatre team. Word Warrior Ministries is launching a new audio, theater team to expand its creative plat- form, according to executive director Diane Cook. Christian Audio Theatre Servants (CATS) will be meeting and auditioning at 7 p.m., Friday, Feb. 16, with its first public performance sched- uled Friday and Saturday, March 2 and 3. The first meeting and auditions will be held at Liberty Church, 1150 West College Road, Dover. "We need vocal" actors, live sound technicians and sound engi- neers," said Cook, who writes and directs the team's scripts. "No previous experience is necessary." The team will be performing and recording "The Holiness Chronicles," a three-script pro- gram that addresses holiness in a various settings. The f'n-st, which requires two men, is "Holy Ground," a 10- minute script centered on Moses and the Burning Bush. The second script, which is in development, will require a cast of about eight, three of which must be men. "Holy Matrimony,". is a futuristic story about the sanc- tity of marriage at a time when it has been banned. The third script has not been designated. The team will be rehearsing from 7 to 9 p.m., Friday, Feb. 23 and from 2 to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 24 and 25. The Sunday sessions will be recorded. Performances on March 2 and 3 are planned. The scripts are written and will be directed by Cook, who has been studying the genre with the National Audio Theatre Festival for more than four years. She is serving on the national board of directors and is chairman of both the publicity and education com- mittees. CTM Players, a WWM team, has been successfully min- istering through audio theatre in Delaware prisons during that time. Anyone interested in becoming a member of CATS should call Cook at 302-734-0572 or email her at dcookwrites@cookwork- shop.com. Do you feel that you are stuck at the light? Tired of waiting for a change? COME TO 00aint 00/arnrs Anglican Church 1928 Book of Common Prayer 23269 Park Avenue, Georgetown, Route 9 Truck Bypass Sunday Services 8 am & 10 am 302-854-6547 or 302-238-7364 I Church in Milton and plans to join during his 33 years in the ministry. Grace of God Lutheran Church in He will be sorely missed. The Long Neck to keep in touch with membership at Community his Lutheran roots. Lutheran has doubled during his He and Peggy are very involved . eight years there. During this peri- in the Milton community through od he also helped create a new the Milton Historical Society and Lutheran church, Grace of God garden club. They also run a Lutheran, in Long Neck. The B&B, Hull Cottage, at their home congregation wishes him well and in Milton. God& blessing in all his future Barton has touched many lives adventures. Now FEATURmO FRIDAYS 5pm - 9pm SEAFOOD BUFFET A. YOU Can Eat Salad SouP of the Day Peel & Eat Steamed Shrimp Snow Crab Legs Crab Balls $22.95 Stuffed Flounder Clams Parmesan Roasted Vegetable Pasta Fried Chicken Legs Assorted Desserts -- $12.95 Kids under 12 Adults the Blue Heron Grille at the Rookery Golf Course Expanded Dining Room Now Open Serving Breakfast & Lunch daily 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Sunday Breakfast Buffet $6.50 serving until 1:00 p.m. Special Eve r dy_d_a_y $3.99 Half Sandwich w/cup of homemade soup Open to the Public Great Meetinq Place Dine-In or Take-out ~ (302) 684-3103 CaterincJ Available on or off site call for specifics vIsrr us ON SUSSEX STREET IN RB.4Olg3TH BEACH