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Briefly s- le le Submitted photo Lord Baltimore Lions selling citrus The Lord Baltimore Lions Club sells citrus fruit directly from Florida as its winter fundraiser. The Lions distribute the fruit at the Salvation Army Thrift Store parking lot on Route 1 in Rehoboth. Proceeds from the sale support such charities as the American Diabetes Association and Lions Vi- sion Research Foundation. The next distribution will be March 11. Shown (l-r) are Lions Tom Neary and Karl Gude, helped by Boy Scout Eric Gude. To order fruit, call 539-8930 by March 5. Cat Society to sell spay certificates Feb. 29 The Historic Lewes Cat Society will sponsor a table for the Doris Day Foundation's Spay Day from l0 a.m. to 4 p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 29, at Sugar & Spice, Second Street, Lewes. The society will be selling SPCA certificates for spaying which can be used at lo- cal veterinarians and sponsor cer- tificates to spay and neuter feral Lewes cats. For information, con- tact the society at 228-6792. Red Cross volunteer training is March 4 Every year, disasters such as hurricanes, floods and fires change peoples' lives forever. While it is impossible to change history, Red Cross volunteers make it a little easier for those af- fected to get from today to tomor- row. The American Red Cross in Delaware will hold a volunteer training course, Introduction to Disaster Services, from 9 a.m. to I p.m., March 4, at the Red Cross southern Delaware office, located at 1973 Bay Road, Milford. For more information or to enroll, call 800-207-4490. Republicans to rescue As part of its Caring for America program, at a re- cent meeting of the Sussex County Republican Women's Club, a 'pillow shower' was held. Much needed pillows were distributed to Casa San Francisco, the Crisis Center and the Home of the Brave. Shown in front of a moun- tain of pillows are Claire Croll, vice president, left, and Amy Peoples, president. Boy Scouts to hold X-Treme Scouting 2000 The DeI-Mar-Va Council of the Boy Scouts of America has an- nounced the kickoff of its Scout recruitment drive, X-Treme Scouting 2000, which invites boys in fifth and sixth grades to join their local Scout troops for a day of adventure at one of the two Council camps on the Peninsula. The programs are scheduled from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday, March 4, at Rodney Scout Reser- vation, in Northeast, Md., and Saturday, March 11, at Henson Scout Reservation, Galestown, Md. Activities include mountain biking, archery, first aid, shooting sports, obstacle course, Scout skills, lunch, dinner, a closing campfire and more. To register, or for more infor- mation, call 800-766-7268. Submitted photo Beach grass planting is March 18 at various sites The Department of Natural Re- sources and Environmental Con- trol, Division of Soil and Water Conservation will hold its l lth annual beach grass planting on March 18 at the following loca- Relax You00 Mind & .... Body Save 10% On European /For Feseroa/lbns...p/fone 302-644-1500 z5o zs Y/y. (Yfmq Day 'ofes,'ondCe./er/ e GIFT CERTIFICATES AVAILABLE CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, February 25 - March 2, 2000 - 29 tions: Fenwick Island, Fenwick Island State Park, Indian River In- let - North Side, Rehoboth Beach, a selected section of Dewey Beach, Cape Henlopen Bath House, Broadkill Beach, Bowers Beach and sections of Slaughter Beach. Planting beachgrass helps to stabilize dunes, which are the first line of defense against the damaging waves of coastal storms. Volunteers are still needed at a few locations. Also needed are businesses and companies that can provide beverages and other refreshments to volunteers. To register or for more information, call Maria Sadler at 302-739- 4411. Introductory yoga class meets Feb. 26 at YMCA The Sussex Family YMCA will offer a free introductory class to learn more about yoga at 11 a.m., Saturday, Feb. 26. 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