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46 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, February 23 - February 29, 1996 Registration, try-outs planned for Rehoboth From The Ca 9e Gazette's Traveler Series* Beach Little League It will soon be little league sea- son. Time to get out the bats, balls and gloves and get in shape to run the bases. Rehoboth Beach Little League is comprised of all volunteers: coaches, umpires, announcers, scorekeepers, concession stafiders, team mothers and ad- ministrative board members. Anyone in the community is wel- come to join in the efforts to pro- vide Little League baseball and softball to our youth in the Re- hoboth area (ages 5-12). Anyone wishing to volunteer, come to the sign-up nights or con- tact Kathy Cooper at 227-9045. Rehoboth Little League mem- bers are proud of the new complex built last year on Rd. 271 (the road to the Glade). After the snow mel and the mud dries, work will begin on getting the fields in shape for Opening Day scheduled this year for Saturday, May 4. Rehoboth Little League has four divisions. T-ball starts the process, teaching the 5 and 6 year olds the skills of baseball and making it a fun, non-competitive game. Minor League teaches 7 and 8 year aids more advanced skills and how to use them in or- ganized games. In Major League, 9-12 year olds use their skills and experience in competitive league play. Rehoboth Little League also has a girls softball division that in- cludes an instructional league for 7 and 8 year olds and a Major League Division for girls 9-12. Senior League boys (ages 13- 15) and Big League boys (ages 16-18) will be playing in Lewes Little League and will need to reg- ister in Lewes. Those interested in Rehoboth Little League may sign up at Re- hoboth Fire Hall on Saturday, March 2 from 1 p.m.-to 3 p.m. Cost is $25 per child or $40 per family. Birth certificates are re- quired. Two try-outs will be held: Sat- urday, March 9 and Saturday, March 16 - both at 1 p.m. - at the Rehoboth Liule League complex. If you're already on a Major League team from last year, no try-out is necessary. All 7, 8, and 9 year old boys and girls not al- ready on a team must try-out on one of the dates. T-ball kids do not need to try out. They will be contacted by their coaches in March. Rehoboth Beach Little League also needs help from community businesses and individuals to help with the cost of running the league. Advertising signs are available on the outfield fences of the league's four fields. To obtain a sign, contact Carol Emmert at 227-2714. Team sponsors, coaches and umpires are also needed. Contact Pete Townsend at 227-2839. To make a donation to the league, contact Jay Stevenson at 227- 0888. Rehoboth Little League's main fundraiser this year will be a raffle for a Disney Red Boat Cruise for a family of four. Tickets are $5 each, and are available through all little league members or by con- tacting Kathy Cooper at 227- 9045. Can your family business survive the generation gc00? Insurance for family businesses should address more than just your daily operations. -, It should also cover the transition to the next Through life insurance, your Farm Family agentcan heipyou developa programto conserve your asseJs and minimize estate taxes. To make sure your business remains in the family, call your Farm Family agent today. MIC.AE' F. cE.c.lo Farm iMFamily c=m 226-0292 I. to.,,=.,=. en; Now York Acargxyfoo'k;lktoserveFomltreau. Shown during their May, 1995 excursion to Old Rag Mountain in Shenandoah Nation- al Park near Culpeper, Virginia is this group of Cape Henlopen District teachers, administrators and friends. In the back row (l-r) are Greg Weer, Diane Stetina, Lucy Koon, Sue Comorat, Renee Weer, Gloria Hardesty, Stephanie Lankford, and Ashley Hardesty. In the front row (l-r) aim Ray Bryan, Kristen Seal, Carlyn Bryan, Sue Dorne- man, Jerry Dorneman, Susan Potts, Sharon Markle, Tom Marlde, Karen Kohn and Sue SeaL If You Ever Wanted To Tell Your Teacher To Take a Hike A group of local students cooked up a clever plan early in May of 1995 to get a number of teachers' minds off their jobs and out of the classroom. "You ought to take your end-of-year attitudes and head off to Old Rag Mountain in Shenandoah Park," they said. "'Seems like an appropriate place." The teachers smiled briefly and went about their work devising wonder- ful homework schemes. The students scratched their heads and then the lights went on. "Hey," they said, "When you head off to Old Rag, we'll give you copies of the Cape Gazette along to make your trip really exciting. Think of looking over the vast Shenandoah Valley on the boulders at the top of Old Rag, basking in the clear, mountain sun and reading your favorite Cape Gazette articles with friends and loved ones." That did it. The temptation was too much. The trip was arranged. While the teachers planned their 55 drive tO Virginia, the students high rived down the hallways reveling in how much they had learned. We accept Z and / as payment for Cape Gazette subscriptions. To have your credit card billed, please include your number and expiration date. Let us know which subscription category you would like and include your phone number so we can contact you if necessary. 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