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64 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, April 4- April 10, 1997 From The Cape Gazette's Traveler Series* Atlantic Millwork contributes to RLL Mark Woodruff (1), president of Atlantic Millwork of Nas- sau, recently contributed $1,000 on behalf of the company to the fund-raising campaign underway to pay off debt owed on construction of the Rehoboth Beach Little League complex. and to help fund the addition of lights and a new T-ball field for the complex. Blake Thompson, chairman of the fund-rais. ing, accepted the check on behalf of Rehoboth Little League. Bowl00for Kids set at Miow tv Bowl for Kids' Sake is Big Brothers/Big Sisters' most impor- tant fundraiser of the ye. This year, Sussex County's Bowl For Kids' Sake will be held at the Midway Bowling Center beginning at 11 a.m., Saturday, April 12, until 4 p.m. From one or more teams of two to five people who sign up will have at least 10 sponsors on a cents per pin basis or a fiat pledge. Call the Big Brothers/Big Sisters office at 856-2918 to reserve a lane for any time beginning at 11 a.m. that Saturday. After the bowl, Big Brothers/Big Sisters will bill the sponsors so that bowlers don't have to collect the pledge. There will be free shoes and food, music, door prizes and two free bowling games. Big Brothers/Big Sisters is con- tinually faced with the challenge of raising crucial funds. Local players attend Orioles fantasy camp Fantasies came true for John Wallett and Ed Humphries of Rehoboth Beach when they traveled to Sarasota, Florida in February to play baseball like the big boys do. They played with such Oriole greats as Jim Palmer, Earl Weaver, Frank Robinson, Rick Dempsey, Ken Singleton, Tippy Martinez, Boog Powell, Moe Drabowski and many, many more. So John and Ed wouldn't forget where they came from while mingling with the pros, Ed's wife, Traci (who also took this picture), brought along the Cape Gazette for them to read between in- nings to kep up on the real world. This was John's second trip to the Orioles Fantasy Camp where he played for Don Bu- ford's Buford Bombers. Ed was a rookie to camp and he played for Jim Gentile and Jeff Ballard on the Diamond Jim's. Traci gave Ed the trip for his 40th birthday. John and Ed are now looking forward to traveling to Camden Yard in Baltimore in June where they get to play a game in baseball's finest ballpark. Down on Bourbon Street with the Cape Gazette Shown reading their Cape Gazette amidst the rollicking night life of New Orleans are (clockwise from back left) Matt Carlisle, Maryellen Kierna Amy Haz- zard, Louis Bott and Lena Edwards. While visiting Matt Carlisle in Pascagoula, Mississippi in February of 1996, Delaware Cape Region residents Amy Hazzard, Maryellen Kieman and Lena Edwards decided they wanted to see New Orleans. Matt took them just in time for all the Mar- di Gras celebration. Unfortunately, the jazz-charged scene was so busy the crew could hardly read their Cape Gazette. (Don't those Looeezeeites know anything about partying?l?) "Luckily, Matt and Coast Guard friend Louis Bott were able to protect us from the party crowd just long enough to enjoy our paper." Amy, Maryellen and Lena already know this, but readers may like to know that New Orleans is often referred to as the Crescent City. It has nothing to do with the full moon when the city goes particularly crazy. Not that at all. New Orleans, you see, grew up on a bend in the Mississippi River - a bend shaped like a crescent. An inter- national port and center for business and banking, New Orleans, with its population of a million, is one of the south's most important cities. It's also known throughout the world as the birthplace of that uniquely American music sound known as jazz. Now that you've learned something about Amy, Maryellen, Lena, Matt and Louis - and their trip to New Orleans - don't you think it's time you subscribed to the Cape Gazette. (The paper's also good for wrapping up shells from Cajun-spiced crawfish and mulching in the garden.) We accept  and  as payment for Cape Gazette subscriptions. To have your credit card billed, please include your number and expiration date. Let us know which subscription category you would like and include your phone number so we can contact you if necessary. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: x 1 Year in county ........................... $25.00 Student (9 months) ...................... $30.00 6 months in county ........................ 12.50 Snowbird (in Sussex part of 1 year out of county ....................... 40.00 the year, elsewhere the rest) ........ . ...... 50.00 6 months out of county .................. 20.00 Sr. citizen discount (62) Substract $2 for 1yr., $1 for 6 mos.