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16 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, February 3 - February 9, 1995 Briefly I)ennll Fomey photo Shields students develop map for Lewes Ferry Terminal Third grade students at Shields Elementary School in Lewes recently drew a local map of the Delaware resort area highlighting places of interest, street names, and local shopping dis. tricts. The map is mounted on a wall inside the Lewes ferry terminal. Also displayed with the map are a number of travel brochures prepared by the children to entice travelers to visit scenic and historic sites in the Delaware resort area. Approximately 75 students were in- volved in this joint project under the direction of Shields Principal Ed Schaefer and art teacher Bonnie Miller. The project was designed to combine geography and art instruction as well as permmsive writing in the brochures. Employees of the Delaware River and Bay Au- thority thought this might be a great opportunity to take advantage of the large number of visitors traveling through the Lewes Ferry terminal. Staff also felt a program like this fits perfectly with future growth plans of the Cape May-Lewes Ferry especially as it moves to- ward final plans for the new visitors' center. Shown here standing with the map are (back row l-r) Bonnie Miller, art teacher;, Shay EH, third grade teacher;, Buddy Bolen, Jessica Tyler, Jessica Fitzgerald, Megan McKone, Adam Schaefer, and Jackie Shockley, third grade teacher. In front 0-r) are Ed Schaefer, principal; Chris McCarthy, Jesse Billings, Haley Patterson, Gina D'Amico, and Kelsey Fleming. Easter Seal Society will raffle potential beach nest egg soon The Easter Seal Society has a way to win a fully furnished $120,000 home in Bethany Beach while helping an agency that ben- efits thousands of area residents. Easter Seals New Home Lot- tery will be limited to a maximum of 2,000 ticket holders at $100 each, with the xaffie proceeds pro- viding $80,000 in support for a variety of Easter Seal services. Roxie Cassidy, director of com- munications for the society, noted that "the proceeds mean a lot to the thousands of people served by the society, their families and our communities." The raffle is a project sponsored by the Easter Seal Society of Del- Mar and features property located in the Villages of Clearwater and provides furnishings by the Casu- al Designs Furniture Outlet in Bethany Beach. Tickets may be purchased by calling the Easter Seal Society at 302-324-4444 or 1-800-677-3800. The contest winner can pick be- tween two styles of dreams come true - the Bimini has two bed- rooms and the Laurel has three bedrooms, with both featuring skylights, a vaulted ceiling, a ceil- ing fan, a dishwasher, a range, a refrigerator, a heat pump and an eight-foot by 10-foot deck. The winner will also pick the lot on which the home will be built. Other options include the floor plan, cabinetry, carpeting, color schemes and $5,000 worth of fur- nishings from Casual Designs. The furniture outlet's Joni Hitchens said she will consult with the winner on plans for the interior design and furnishing of the new beach home. Transfer tax and closing costs are included in the prize. The winner will be responsible for all property and personal taxes related to the property. Set on 65 acres, the three Vil- lages of Clearwater offer a variety of amenities, including two ponds and a swimming pool. During February 10%-i0% Pilot gets wings Continued from page 15 certified flight instructor in Octo- ber of 1994. Boyer's son, Elmer, is a registered pilot with the Civil Air Patrol and watching his ad- vancements in flying encouraged Boyer to pursue the reinstatement of his license. The massive changes in federal aviation regula- tions since he last flew provided much new information for Boyer to learn, however he successfully has proven that he is qualified to fly once again. In order to remain three rake-offs and three landings every 90 days. "Right now I am in training so that I can become a mission pilot and to do air rescue, disaster re- covery and cadet orientation flights with the Civil Air Patrol," stated Boyer. He is waiting to re- ceive the papers reinstating his rank as a major in the Civil Air Pa- trol and plans to continue working with young cadets ages 13 to 18, teaching disaster recovery and emergency procedures. Thirty years later, after having flown 45 different aircraft in his career, Boyer is once again "up- stairs" as he calls it living out his dream of flying again. 'Tm proud that I'm able to fly and I feel free now knowing that I can do it", said Boyer. "You have to keep active if you want to stay young." Veterans invited to join Rehoboth VFW Post Rehoboth Beach Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 7447 is inviting all military personnel connected to operation Uphold Democracy since Sept. 16, 1994 to become a member of the post. For an application, call 227-3469, or stop by the post on State Road in Rehoboth Beach. Magoon and Davis welcome newborn Brianna Leigh Davis was born on Monday, Jan. 16 at 10:55 p.m. to Heather Ann Magoon and Owen Scott Davis of Rehoboth Beach at Beebe Medical Center. Brianna weighed 7 pounds and 10 and a half ounces at birth and was 20 inches long. The baby's maternal grandpar- ents are Christine Sprake and Terry Goss of Edinboro, Pa. and the pa- ternal grandparents are William Davis of Rehoboth Beach and Ruth Ramos of Magnolia. National Service Corps Millsboro Kiwanis topic Villie Melson, executive director of the Delaware Commission on National and Community Services, will speak to members of the Kiwa- nis Club of Greater Millsboro at 5:30 p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 14 at Sussex House, Rt. 113, Millsboro. His topic will be the National Service Corps, dubbed AmeriCorps, with plans now underway for developing a VISTA corps in Sussex County to parallel a newly-formed group in Kent. The AmeriCorps concept is under challenge from Congress and President Clinton has vowed to protect his program. The public is invited to at- tend and the cost is that of dinner, which is optional. For more informa- tion call 945-4973. Hershey.Abbott engagement announced Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Hershey of Standardsville, Va. are pleased to an- nounce the engagement of their daughter, Melissa Ruth, to Mark Moore Abbott: He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Timothy Abbott of George- town. Abbott is a graduate of Sussex Central High School and of Messi- ah College in Grantham, Pa. He is currently employed with Wood- bridge School District in Bridgeville. Hershey is a senior at Messiah College. An Aug. 19, 1995 wedding is planned. 227-7636 Classic Kitchens Free Estimates & Design Stock & Custom Cabinets Ceramic "Plies Laminate & Solid Countertops IIII Five Points Plaza Ron Connor 645-5810 (next to Western Auto) Lewes, DE Fancy Tea Cook &' Pastr 00mmmm... 00ayside 00ake Shoppe e; Dell 1004 Kings Highway Lewe, (Next to Morris Shoes) Family Owned & operated 645o5610