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06 FRIDAY, APRIL 6 - MONDAY, APRIL 9, 2012 CAPE LIFE Cape Gazette IRISH EYES SUPPORTS ZWAANENDAEL CLUB Lifeguard training classes scheduled for April Two American Red Cross Lifeguard Training classes are scheduled for April/May at the Dr. Lorraine Wray Aquatic Center, Georgetown. The training includes American Red Cross CPR/AED for lifeguard certification (two years) and American Red Cross Lifeguard Train- ing/First Aid certification (three years). Cost is $250, Prerequisite swims are Mondays through Fridays in March (2:30 to 7 p.m.) and should take about 20 to 30 minutes to complete. To register, call 302- 856-1905. SUBMITTED PHOTO IR|SH EYES PUB AND RESTAURANT in Lewes held a fundrais@r Feb. 27 to benefit theGFWC Zwaanendael Women~'s Club of Lewes. Proceeds from the event will go to the upkeep of the historic building at the corner of Savannah Road and Third Street which has served as the club's meeting place since 1929, when it was donated for that purpose by Virginia L. Mustard, a charter member of the Zwaanendael Women's Club. Attending the fundraiser are (I-r) Mary Ellen Kiernan, Mary Kiernan and Irish Eyes owners Jim Kieman and Tom Jones. Leasing Options $3k to $5m financing, challenged credit OK, 100% of all soft costs, 24hr approvals, Vendor Programs available Cash Flow Solutions Merchant Accounts Advance, No fixed payment, No use SAL DEDICATE FLAG AT EASTER SEALS IN GEORGETOWN THE SONS OF AMERICAN LEGION (SAD at American Legion Post 24 in Oak Orchard donated a flagpole and flag to Easter Seals in Georgetown March 13. Along with other American Legion officers, Easter Seals staff and veterans ih the Adult Day Care Program at Easter Seals, the flag was raised and dedicated to the many veterans in the program and all veterans who drive by the flag daily. Not present, but instru- mental in the coordination of the proj- ect, was Allen Tripp, Post 24 sergeant at arms. Top right, at the raising are (I-r) Amer- ican Legion Post 24 Cmdr. Roland Pla- cente, State Adjutant Ric Santos, Sons of American Legion Cmdr. Sam Hop- kins, Post 24 Trustee Jacob West, East- er Seals Sussex Advisory Board Mem- ber Jamie Doane, Easter Seals manager and Administrative Assistant Laura McKeown and Sussex Advisory Board Member Dwayne Doane. At right; gathered together after the flag raising in back are (I-r) James Brown, State Adjutant Ric Santos, Post 24 Trustee Jacob West, Post 24 Second Vice Cmdr. Billy Hitchins, Post 24 Cmdr. Roland Placente, and SAL Cmdr. Sam Hopkins. In front are Dale Taylor, Laura McKeown, James "Chief" Thompson, Activity Assistant Lynette Jackson, Robert Miller and Alfred Drummond. STEVEN BILLUPS PHOTOS Our financial group becomes your financial group. Get the information you need. Call Us today! Ours is a no fee service. THE BEAUTY OF COASTAL DELAWARE INTERPRETED BY OUR NATION'S FINEST ARTISTS Competition, Exhibition & Sale Friday, May 11 Opening Gala at Children's BeachHouse, Lewes Patron Ticket: 6 p.m.- 10 p.m.. ($200/person) General Admission: 7p.m.- 10 p.m. ($100/person) Saturday, May 12 Exhibition & Sale at Children s Beach House; Lewes 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Art show free & open to the pub!ic (donations will be accepted at the door) To benefit: 75 v, 2012