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'~P~IB~ FRIDAy APRIL 6 - ]%/1.Oi~l[~)A~,/. APRIL c~ 2012 CAPE LIFE Cape Gazette PFLAG CELEBRATES FIST ANNIVERSARY IN CAPE REGION SUBMITTED PHOTO is hosting its annual fundraiser starting at 6p.m., Friday, April i ianment will beprov~ded by The Cruzers. Games, Licket. Contact Jan Stevenson at 302-253- STEVEN BILLUPS PHOTOS PARENTS, FAMILIES AND FRIENDS of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG) Rehoboth Chapter celebrated its first anniversaryApril 1 in Scotts Chapel at Epworth United Methodist Church. PFLAG-Rehoboth Beach provides support, education, and ad- vocacy to lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) persons, their loved ones, family and friends, to cope with the unique challenges each of them may face. PFLAG offers a safe place for people who have questions or would like share their experiences with others. PFLAG provides a confidential setting that is respectful of human diversity. PFLAG-Rehoboth Beach meets the first Sunday of every month at 4 p.m., at Epworth United Methodist Church, 19285 Holland Glade Road Rehoboth Beach. For more information, call Linda Gregory at 302-841-1339 or ema-il PFLA- GRehobothBeach@gmail.com. Shown preparing to get the meeting underway, the group takes turns introducing themselves. Delmarva Community Wellnet Foundation sponsors contest Delmarva CommunityWellnet with recovering and reusing stuff found at EDENDelmarva.org. -Foundation will conduct a that would otherwise be thrown The title of the piece, author's fundraiser for its Replenish Pro- away. name and contact information gram, a project that engages all First prize will be $1,000 and should be included in package. the restaurants in Rehoboth second prize $500 for videos or DCWF and its sponsors re- Beach to divert theirtable scraps films chosen by DCWF. serve the right to select the win- from going to the landfill as Requirements for video in- nets based upon subjective garbage. This organic material dude the following: Video must choice. The decision is final has nutrient value that can be be received by the foundation no when choices are announced. converted to compost for truck later than 5 p.m., Monday, April There is no right to appeal. All farmers that supply produce to 30; video subject must address artists and agents acknowledge ese same restaurants, solving environmental chal- with their submission that they As part of the Replenish lenges; video must have sound are providing artwork which fundraiser which will occur Sat- and pictures and be seven min- DCWF may choose to use at its urday, May 5, Delmarva Commu- utes or less in duration; and the sole discretion in any medium nity Wellnet Foundation plans to production should have a dis- for the foundation, including in- showcase films and video clips tinct lesson for the viewer, clusion in websites, promotional whose subject matter is about Once completed, the video file material and within other video b siness solutions for environ- should be place on a disc or projects. mental challenges that are in har- memory stick and sent with re- Artwork will be credited to the mony with nature. The organiza- turn receipt requested to DCWE artist, and will not be sold by the tion is particularly interested in Contestants should print and foundation as a product of any films and video clips that deal sign a release, which can be kind. Sussex Tech becomes radio active April 21 Ham radio operators and elec- tronics enthusiasts will gather at Sussex Technical High School in Georgetown Saturday, April 21, for the annual Amateur Radio & Electronics Expo. The event, of- ten referred to as a hamfest, fea- tures equipment displays, demonstrations and forums that fo,::us on advances in technology and radio communications. The gates open at 6:30 a.m. for the flea market, and doors to the expo open at 7:30. Admission is $5. CBers, electronics hobbyists, boaters and everyone who has an in, rest in communications and electronics are welcome to at- tend this yearly event. Electron- ic , equipment, accessories, parts and related items will be offered Amateur Radio Club and the for sale by several national corn- Sussex Amateur Radio Associa- panies and by vendors in the out- tion. door flea market. Delicious Del- For more information, go to marva grilled chicken lunches www.radioelectronicsexpo.com will be available, or contact expo Chairman Bill The event benefits the Sussex Duveneck at 302-537-4755 for Technical High School student vending opportunities. I MDDC Press works with fellow press associations across the country to give you the best possible buys on advertising wherever you need it, We take care of scheduling and placement at no extra cost to you, and you save time and money. Call Wanda Smith at ext. 6 today. /'~.~C) Press Service 1"855"721"6332 2000 Capital Drive Annaoolis, MD 21401 wwwimddcpress.com Group leader Linda Grego- ry, right, is pleased to have her.daughter Missy in town and attending the meeting. Celebrate Easter With Us! Maundy Thursday Service April 5 - 7:00 P.M. Tenebrae Service, Good Friday April 6- Noon Easter Sunday, April 8 LPC Worship Services 8, 9, llA.M. Kids' Easter Egg Hunt, LPC 9:00 A.M. 133 Kings Highway, Lewes, DE 4/}1 302-645-5345 www.lewespresbyterianchurch.org I