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I!!]llllu]]j!]l I.l II 11115ll IJIL 1 IIIIllllllpllllllalllMIIIIlu nium,mu tu ,:,, ......... , ..... ,,,:.=..o,..,.,.,,.. ....................................................... 14 - CAPE GAZETTE - Tuesday, March 6 - Thursday, March 8, 2007 Storm Continued from page 13 ing is limited and reservations are required by phoning 645-4346. The video features firsthand accounts from people who lived through the storm and includes historic footage, photographs and meteorological analysis from the country's top weather experts of the storm and its impact on the coast. Carey said the message of the video is twofold - to record a major historic event in the Cape Region and also provide a forum for discussion of impacts of coastal storms. "We need to learn from it and remember that it can happen again," she said. Mike antes, one of the produc- ers, said there will be two versions of the video - one as a historical account Of the storm and the other as a shorter educational, technical version showing how the storm happened and the implications for the future. "We all came away from this, and every single person we inter- viewed said the same thing - this will happen again," antes said. antes, who lives in Wilmington but lived in Sussex County for nearly two years, said the video is a look at the way life was nearly 50 years ago. "It's classic Sussex County and the way people had to come together to survive," he said. "People are always fascinat- ed by weather events. This is not only the human story, but the story of why weather behaves like this," he said. Copies of the one-hour video will be for sale in DVD format in the near future, said antes. He said it was filmed as a broadcast documentary and he hopes that eventually it will be shown on tel- evision. The Delaware Humanities. Forum and the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control provided funding for the video. Far-reaching effects Chincoteague, Va. was flood- Obituaries Man Darnell Taylor, retired postal worker Alan Darnell Taylor, 46, of Selbyville, died Wednesday, Feb. 28, 2007, in Kent General Hospital, Dover. Mr. Taylor was born in Salisbury, Md., son of the late Willy Taylor, and Grace Mayfield Taylor, who survives him. He was disabled but had been a worker in the U.S. Postal Service. He was an Army veteran and served in the Delaware Army National Guard. He attended Zoar United Methodist Church,. and Pilgrim Ministry and Church of God in Christ. He loved singing, poetry and football. Running was his passion, and he loved reading the Bible. He was fun, energetic and live- ly. He loved life and will be great- ly missed. In addition to his mother, he is survived by his Wife of 11 years, Sherita Hall Taylor; a brother, Darrin Taylor of Rehoboth Beach; two sisters, Fayetta M. Blake of Rehoboth Beach and Dawn Taylor of Ft. Washington, Md.; a special niece, whom he raised, Metrical Gibbs of Selbyville; and his other nieces and nephews, Melody, Justin and Alex; and his great- niece Kennedy and his great- nephews, Alex and Alijah. Services were held at Zoar United Methodist Church, Selbyville, with burial in Zoar Acres Cemetery, Bishopville, Md. In lieu of flowers, contributions are requested to the Taylor Funeral Fund, c/o Faye Blake, 1 Clubhouse Drive, Rehoboth Beach DE 19971 or to the American Diabetes Association, Delaware Chapter, 100 W. 10th Street, Suite 102, Wilmington DE 19801. Arrangements by Watson Funeral Home. More obituaries, pages 16 and 17. PARTY 'COR i! Your "'One Stop Party Store" i 302.934.8119 , 208 Main Street Millsboro DE ,' dl jl ' DECORATIONS, PARTY and BIRTHDAY . .'  Suppliesincluding ! ,. St. Patrick's Day, . 'L' Easter & More...! I:) " " We offer the areas , The Classroom Corner largest selection of ,/ / I L, Teachers & Home quality invitations , 1'' " and accessories. ,', School Supphes ,', ,, Fun & Educational Toys Stop by our booth , ] " / Beautiful Stuffed SundaY,BridalMarChshow 11 th , I!. Animals ,. Millsboro Civic Center ,, .%- - -:-.._z.-- -.  . I - - -"= '-- ": "- ed with six feet of water. Misty, th horse made famous by author Marguerite Henry, was rescued by being brought inside a house. Soon after the storm, she gave birth to a foul, Stormy, and anoth- er children's classic book was in the offing. The storm had a strange, posi- tive effect on Assateague Island, across the channel from I09/!1 Chincoteague. In the 1950s, 5,000 lots had been plotted, zoned and sold for resort development on the barrier island. After the massive storm, all plans for the develop- ment were halted and three years later, the island was converted into a national seashore. Atlantic City's Steel Pier was damaged. 45,000 houses on Fire Island, N.Y., were damaged. There were blizzards inland with more than 40 inches of snow falling in the Shenandoah Mountains. Next week: Stories from those who witnessed the fury of the Storm of '62 firsthand. Contact Ran MacArthur at ronm @ capegazette.com., Tlawsdn2 - Buy one enlr, get second entr6e Friday, March 9th WINE TASTING - AUSTRALIA From 5 to 7pro at Cape Wine & Spirits. John Amoroso from The Grateful Palate Imports will be hosting a tasting of .4ustralian wines. Saturday, March lOth ST PATRICK'S DAY IRISH FOOD DEMG From 1 to 3pm at Kitchen & Company. Watch Ted Deptula prepare delicious Irish dishes. Taste everything he makes, including Boneless Beef Ribs in Guinness Ste, Boxty Potato Cakes, and Irish Whiskey Cake. TASTE O' THE IRISH From 2to 5pro at Cape Wine & Spirit Join us for a wee taste o' the Irish. We'll be sampling Bailey's Irish Cream's NEW Mint Chocolate and Caramel liqueurs, as well Irish Whiskey and Irish beers. Saturday, March 17th ST PATRICK'S DAY TASTING From 2 to 5pm at Cape Wine & Spirits. Taste McSorley's and Harpoon Irish beers. Guinness Harp Smithwick's Pub Draft Lager Irish Ale $5. 99 $1 1.99 $1 2. 99 4-pk cans 12-pk bottles 12-pk bottles Quantities are limited. We reserve the right to limit quantity. Not responsible for typographical errors in this advertisement. Pleose enjoy our products responsibly.