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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, February 25 March2, 2000- 21 Submitted photo Cleaning up Cape State Park As part of their community service project in Dr. Barbara A. Guliana's university seminar class at Delaware State Univer- sity, Rebecca Burns, Jennifer Schlegel, Martin Waples and Gabriel Cortez helped clean up some of the hiking paths at Cape Henlopen State Park recently. Guliana said that projects such as these put students in touch with reality and offer them a sense of purpose. Briefly Tri-State Bird Rescue needs volunteers Tri-State Bird Rescue is seeking downstate volunteers interested in joining its transportation team, which provides emergency care and transportation of injured and orphaned wild birds from Kent and Sussex Counties to Tri-State's clinic in Newark. A training work- shop will be held from noon to 4 p.m., Saturday, March 4, at Prime Hook Wildlife Refuge. Volunteers should have access to a car. For more information or to en- roll in the training session, call Jay Baumgardner at 945-2025 or Lynn McDowell at Tri-State Bird Rescue, 302-737-9543. Petitgout to highlight United Way event The United Way of Delaware/Sussex County will host its annual thank you event for campaign volunteers and support- ers at 5 p.m., Wednesday, March 8, at Sussex Pines Country Club in Georgetown. This year's cele- bration will feature a keynote ad- dress by New York Giant's guard Luke Petitgout.Petitgout, a former Sussex Central football star and high school All-American who went on to an outstanding career at Notre Dame University before being chosen as an early draft pick by the Giants. This event is open to the public. Tickets are $22, paid in advance. For more in- formation, call executive director Marian Stuart at United Way's Georgetown office, 856-7884. Stamp Continued from page 20 emment and the field of law. Per- son was a recipient of a graduate and professional fellowship named for Harris from the United States Department of Education. "Delta Sigma Theta is proud of the accomplishments of Mrs. Har- ris because she allowed nothing to hinder her performance in any job she undertook," said Person. "Many women are reaping the benefits of the standards she es- tablished as an intelligent and in- volved woman of color." Rehoboth Beach 3O2-644-7753 White, 14,000 miles, 1 owner. Every F.M.C. option Including CD, leather, 17" wheels. Just like new, still under factory warranty and priced $10,000 less than a new one. Forest green, light saddle leather, black canvas top. Automatic, A/C, cruise, all power options. 31,000 original miles. Well serviced and always garage kept. 500 driver quality car, runs great. You must see to fully appreciate. Very rare automobile. $27,500 canvas tops. Low original miles, garage kept, local car. We need SL convertibles. We will buy or consign. 500 Light gun-metal gray, dove leather. Absolutely like new in every way. It's the prettiest Jag we have had in a long while. You must see this onel $26,500 List new $26,000. Only 6 months old, used 2 times. Owner has moved to Cali- fornia and wants it sold ASAP. Factory warranty. This boat is a steal at just... $17,500 green metallic, light tan leather. Every M.B. option. Very well ser- viced and maintained. Looks and drives as newll $22,500 4 door, white, dove gray interior. Loaded with options and priced $10,000 less than a new one. $19,995 LISTING,