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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, March 13 o March 19, 1998 - 25 Kristy McPherson to wed Jeremy Parsons Mr. and Mrs. Jim Calhoun of Lincoln are pleased to an- nounce the engagement of their daughter, Kristy Marie McPherson to Jeremy D. Parsons, son of Mr. and Mrs. James L. Parsons Jr. of Lewes The bride will be a 1998 graduate of Sussex Tech of George- town. The groom is a 1992 graduate of Christian Tabernacle Academy of Lincoln and is employed as manager of Beach Mobile Home & R.V. Supply of Lewes. A June 20, 1998, wedding is planned. BPW Delaware's Women in History celebration set March 28 For Delaware Business and Pro- fessional Women, March is a time of looking back with appreciation ami forward with anticipation to the role women have played and continue to play in shaping Amer- ican life. Consequently, the month of Marchis designated'as Women in History Month. The l-dghlight of the 1998 cele- bration will come when BPW/Delaware (BPW/Delaware) holds its annual Women in Histo- ry luncheon on Saturday, March 28, at C Moore's Place in Dover. This year's theme is "Delaware Women Making History." In ac- cordance with the theme, six Delaware women who are BPW members making history as elect- ed officials will receive special recognition. They are Lt. Gov. Ruth Ann Minner, Attorney Gen- eral M. Jane Brady; State Treasur- er Janet Rznewnicki, State Sen. Margaret Rose Henry, State Rep. Tina Fallon' and Kent County Register in Chancery Loretta Wootten. A special series of bookmarks featuring and honoring these women is being designed. The bookmarks will be unveiled at the March 28 luncheon, after which they will be distributed at libraries throughout the state. The featured speakers at the lmcbeon will be It. Gov. Minner;, Dr. Elizabeth Phillips, a BPW member from Sussex County who was the first woman optometrist in Delaware; and Velda Jones- Potter, a DuPont Company engi- neer. Also to be honored are those se- lected by Delaware's 11 local BPW chapters as special Women in History. The luncheon will begin at 1 p.m. and is open to the public. A portion of the proceeds from tick- et sales will benefit the BPW Delaware Foundation, which sup- ports the cause of current and fu- ture women making history through annual scholarships awarded to young women for higher education, as well as to those making career changes or returning to the work force. Reservations for the luncheon may be made with Gwen Robin- son at 302-832-8981. The dead- line is March 17; tickets are $15. MARCH 15, 1998-ONLY 20 LOTS LEFT Youth summit set for March 14 in Milford Warriors for Life II is the second in a series of prevention summits for youth hosted by First State Community Action Agency, Inc. The sum, mit is sponsored by the Delaware Department of Health and Social Ser- vices, Division of Public Health, and will be held Saturday, March 14, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Milford High School, North Walnut Street, Mil- ford. The summit will provide prevention information about HIV/AIDS, alcohol, tobacco and other drugs, and teen pregnancy. A disc jockey will provide music, prizes and games for youth in atten- dance. Lunch and a continental breakfast will be served. Buy At The Glade 239 Lots Sold Get Yours Before They're Gone! Prices starting at $35,900 Only two Glade-front lots remaining Million Dollar Clubhouse, Pool, Tennis Courts . ::: : .. ..........  .... ............... Only two ocean view, state park view lots remaining We're High And Dry/ I Glade Farm Drive, Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971 (Sales office at Glade Entrance) Wayne Mitchell, Sales Manager 1-800-77GLADE (302)227-2884 VISIT THE GLADE TODAY AND SEE WHY THESE LOTS ARE CONSIDERED REHOBOTH'S BEST VALUE.