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22. CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, April 5 - April 11, 1996 Michael Short photo Lewes Lions donate funds to LVFD The Lewes Lions donated $1,000 to the Lewes Volunteer Fire Department in a ceremony on March 29. Larry McLaugh- lin, left, the first vice president of the Lions Club, made the presentation to Walt Reynolds Jr., who serves as deputy chief of the Fire Company. The Lions were presented With a copy of Lou Rick ards' book detailing the history of the 200-year-old Lewes Fire Company. I[ll tance, transportation and support to those with HIV and AIDS. Briefly Sussex MDS Committee has geranium fundraiser The Sussex County AIDS Com- mittee Inc. is now taking orders for the annual "Brighten Your Spring" geranium sale. In the language of flowers, geranium means "comforting", an.d the SCAC provides comfort to persons affected by HIV and AIDS. The plants are home grown in upper Sussex County and come in four-inch pots of red, pink or white flowers. Orders are being taken at the SCAC office, 107 South Street, Rchoboth Beach and the deadline is April 12. Plants may be picked up at the of- fice April 25-27. For more infor- mation and directions call the SCAC at 644-1090. SCAC is an- m-for-profit organization commit- ted to providing financial assis- Sussex League of Women Voters to meet The Sussex County League of Women Voters will meet at 2:30 p.m., Tuesday, April 9 in All Saints Church Parish Hall, Olive Ave., Rehoboth Beach. This is the first meeting after a winter hiatus and a large turnout is expected to welcome Jackie Harris, Ora Cassedy and Letty Diswood of the New Castle League. They will present a program on new state policies on libraries. The meeting is open to the pub- lic and there is no admission charge. Refreshments will be served. The Sussex County League of Women Voters is open to all peo- ple interested in international, fed- eral, state and local affairs and is strictly non-partisan. For more in- formation call 856-2199 or 945- 1317. cott is continuing his Eternal Journey. His Spirit is Forever Free/ Heartfelt thanks to each and everyone for being there in our most difficult times. With God's Blessings, Marta, Donnie, & Forrest Webster WHY DO BUSINESSES JOIN THE AREA'S MOS' TALKED ABOUT CHAMBER? You Can Save On • Member to Member Discounts • Competitive Group Rate Insurance Programs • Competitive Cellular Phone Purchases and Rates • Member discount rates on all Chamber Services • AT&T Savings Increase your business potential through • Access to Group, Retreat, Convention & Motor Coach Leads . • Monthly Newsletter Advertisement • Co-op Advertisement Opportunities '' = • Membership Directory - 70,000 Distribution " • Visitor Center Space • Community Guide & Business Location Map - 70,000 Distribution  . • Visitor Lead Labels Produced Through Automated Phone System • Internet-Delmarva On Line Home Page • Floppy Shots Significant Advantages to you Festival & Fiddler's Convention, Dewey Beach Fishing Tournament, Merchant's Attic, Job Fair | b • General Membership Committee Meetings - Monthly • New Member Orientation- Monthly ,! • 24 Hour Automated Phone Service & b' Referral Community Involvement • Matching resources of business with the needs of Strong Voice on Local & Regional Issues the Community. The Chamber is creating Co-op Advertisement Opportunities & Fair extensive partnerships with all aspects of the Business Space Availability in Education Community including shadowing and Visitor Center Lobby school to work programs; and specialized needs. Chamber Recognition Awards The Chamber is currently establishing Events Involvement: Fall & Spring Sidewalk partnerships with community service Sales, Sea Witch Halloween organizations and groups. Join the Rehoboth Beach-Dewey Beach Chamber of Commerce now and be included in 70,000 copies of the 1996-1997 Business Directory (Map & Visitors Guide) Call 302-227-2233, Exts. 11, 12, 13, 15 or 16. While the Chamber has many members throughout the county, our primary service area includes Route One, Rehoboth Beach and Dewey Beach. • Business Education Programs & Seminars • Representatives at Motor Coach & Travel Shows, Sussex County Convention & Tourism Commission, State of Delaware Coalition, Delaware Institute for Organized Management • Familiarization Tours Designed for The Group Tour Industry • Year Round Service by Professional Staff