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..84 :CAPE , Friday, Mm, ch'.-  $,1997 Rehoboth Beach w/I/host its first M/n/Grand Pr/x Race on Saturday, May I0 to benefit the Arthritis Foundation Delaware Chapter. Clothing needed for nmunage sale Cape He,open Senior Center is looking for clothing and white ele- phant donations for their runnnage sale to be held Friday, April 4 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The event is a fund raiser for the Senior Center. Anyone wishing to donate laundered clothing or other items may deliver them to the center by April 2. The center is located at 11 Christian Street, Rehoboth. For more information, call 227-2055. g , "Second Time Around" t New & Used Clothing for Ladies and Gents g K , so Men's Fine Suits, Blazers& K o  Ladies Fancy. Dresses g K Hours Tuesday - Friday 11 - 4 Saturday 11 - 2 Henlopen Junction, Rehoboth Avenue Extended 227-3550 K Rehoboth to host first Mini Grand Prix Race The Delaware Chapter of the Arthritis Foundation reports that participant sign-ups for the First Annual Rehoboth Mini Grand Prix, which will race on Rehoboth Avenue on Saturday, May 10 are beyond expectations. According to Laurie McArthur, president of the chapter, "The Community response has been tremendous and we are looking forward to a sell-out, which would be 20 cars racing," in the mini-In- dy style race. The participating companies in- clude Atlantic Cellular, Arthritis Foundation, Brighton Suites, Coldwell Banker, Dean WiRer, Hickman Realty, J.A. Mont- gomery, Kline's Services and WGMD 92.7. The cars will be paced by the clown team of "Happy G & Go Lucky" and will compete in races between the hours of 7:30 and 11 a.m. The winner will be crowned at a post race party to be held in the Rehoboth Beach area. "We are very excited by the re- sponse to bringing this popular event to Rehoboth Beach," said Robert G. Hacker Jr., chairman of the Delaware Chapter. "Our organization supports nu- .merous programs throughout Delaware and this event will bring the message to more Delaware- ans,"Je noted. Car sponsorships are still avail- able which entitle the sponsor to one five horsepower Indy-style go-cart (which the sponsor keeps), a helmet, a spare tire, ten invita- tions to the Prix-Race Party to be- held the evening of Friday, May 9 at the Rehoboth Beach Conven- tion Center, racing on May 10 and 10 invitations to the post-race par- ty. For more information on how companies can participate or to volunteer for the event, contact the Arthritis Foundation at 1-800- 292-9599. Rehoboth Brownies keeping busy The Rehoboth Brownie Troop 1009 has been very busy this year, having already earned four "try-its," including "My Bod30' with the help of Kim Zarif;, mners  with Lori War- son; "Animals" with Barb Tash and special guest Scott Vogel, from the Delaware SPCA. The group will be visit/ng Red Mill Pond with Brownie Troop 1354 of Lewes to work on their Wa- ter Everywhero z try-it. The girls have also been busy selling Girl Scout cookies and will use some of the proceeds for a trip later in the year. Front row, left to right: Bethany Tash, Kate- lyn Vincent, Lucy Monigle, Sloan (FDonnell, Kriston Vincent, Ellise Blair. Baek row, left to right: Sarah Sapienza, Paige Townsend, Verity Watson, Diana Mumford, Brittany Wilson, Crystal Black, Lam'en Pettigrow, Leader Tina Blair. Volun- tesr on left is Cindy Vincent, cookie morn, and volunteer on right is Tara Kulp, QSP mont. Not shown are Megan Tyloeklb Tara Kulp and Coroy Gallzreath.  '4 Beebe Pedt, ttricians Close to Home It's mportant to know that here are qualified pediatricians close tO your home. At the new Lewes Pediatric Center, board-certified pediatricians Dr. Earl Bradley (right) and Dr.John Ludwicki (left) will diagnose and treat your children's health problems with skill and care. They are committed to caring for children and working with their parents. Call 644-2860 for an appointment with Beebe pediatricians close to your home. Beebe Medical Center 400 Savannah Rd. Lewes, DE A A A , A