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14 FRIDAY, APRIL 6- MONDAY APRIL 9, 2012 NEWS Cape Gazette Rob Marshall elected civic league president toZl, and al] of them should have initiatives that improve the qua]i- the opportunity to lead the tyoflife Of our members, the res- group' "It is the hope of most idents of Dewey Beach," Mar- Dewey resident David Main steps down support;" Main wrote, volunteer boards that those on shall said. Marshall, who owns Atlantic By KaraNuzback Rob Marshall was elected to take Oceanside Motel, is a longtime knuzback@capegazette com his place. Dewey Beach property owner Main announced he would who recently became a fulPtime A local volunteer group is ex, pass the torch in aMarch 8 letter resident. "Rob Marshall was a periencing a changing of the to civic league members, "The good choice," Main said. "I was guard, Dewey Beach Civic Board is e.nthusiastic about the not there full time. He's able to League President David Main new energy and talents these be active on a day-to-day basis as stepped down in March after a changes bring to the League and president)' five-year term; Vice President thank you all for your continued Marshall said, as president, he would like to increase the num- ber of board members from nine the executive bo d will at some The civic league's next event, point move tO the position of Town Beautification Day, will be president," Marshall said in an held at 8:30 a.m., Saturday, May email. 19, at Dewey Beach Life Saving Marshall said he hopes to sup ........... Volunteers will spruce port Community events, such as up the area outside of the Life Dewey Beach Treasure Fest on SavingStation, Town Hall and Saturday, April 28, and Dewey Fifer Orchards store. Beach Arts Festival on Saturday, Main said in effort to infuse May 12, both hosted by Dewey new energy in the league, board Business Partnership, "In addi- member David King was elected tion, we will create some new Continued on page 17 ' FILE PHoTo . DEWEY BEACH CIVIC LEAGUE members volunteer at last year's Town Beautifi, ' cation Dayl Secretary Marie Hutton th rd from right will organize this year's event, Saturday, May 19. Shown are (I-r) Judy Davis, Eleanor Tyler, Jenny Taylor, Hutton, Jim Tyler and Trish Davis. It all comes together here! Delaware's only.full-service retirement community at the beach. Sparklir g days on the water. Delicious dinners with good friends. The life you want is right here with plenty of time to stroil the beach or sail the bay.I Cadbury at Lewes is where you'll find choices, for how you want to live. in a community that's as unique as you are. For more information or to schedule a tour, call (302) 645-6400. dh fa " FSA L ading ge c ,U,NG CARE RETIREMENT COMMUNITY oPPomu.,Tv 17028 Cadbury Circle o:o Lewes, DE 19958 4. vvww.cadbury.org I