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Henlopen Grange to celebrate Grange Week next weekend Henlopen Grange No. 20 has a number of upcoming community events, beginning with a chicken and dumpling dinner on Saturday, April 18. The eat-in or take-out meal is $7 for adults and $3.50 for children under 10, and will be held at the Grange Hall, located at 1528 Sa- vannah Road in Lewes, from 3 to 7 p.m. For more information, call 644-2471. On Sunday, April 19, Grange Week worship services will be held at 7 p.m. at the Grange Hall. A social hour and refreshments will follow. The public is invited to attend. Grange Week Open House will be held Tuesday, April 21, at 7:30 p.m. There will be a program, entertainment and re- freshments. For more information, call 645-6427. Cape Henlopen Elks' Easter Bunny visits Sussex Consortium Above, left, Colin Butterworth get a hoppy hug from the Eater Bunny while Chritian Fitzgerald wait for a turn with the furry friend of the Cape Henlopen Elks Lodge 2540. Members of the lodge brought the bunny and a basket full of brightly colored egg to the Sussex Elementary Consortium this week. At right, at the sight of ear this big, consortium tudent Sussex CHEER recognizing all volunteers To commemorate National Vol- unteer Month, Sussex County Se- nior Services, Inc. (CHEER) will be honoring its 500 volunteers with a variety of recognition events throughout the month of April. CHEER, along with WGMD 92.7 FM, will be announcing a CHEER "Volunteer of the Day" each day throughout the month to highlight the many ways that vol- unteers contribute their time and talents to the seasoned neighbors in Sussex County. Volunteers will also be awarded certificates and gifts as tokens of appreciation for their service to Sussex County Senior Services and the 12,000 senior citizens they help to serve during the year. CHEER volunteers provide homebound meals, transportation to and from medical appoint- ments, respite home care for care- givers and companionship for those who have no friends or rela- tives nearby. Without the help of volunteers, CHEER could not continue the many programs that bring comfort and joy to the lives of senior citi- zens in need of CHEER services. Rosanne Pack photos Latteron Savage can't reit sharing an egg-hiding ecret with the Easter Bunny. Latteron is one of many tudent who were treated to a bunny visit and an egg hunt by the Lewes Elks Lodge. Every child who hugged and hunted ended up with an egg filled with jingling coins The Easter egg hunt is one of the Elks' many community projects conducted throughout the year. Annual Inn Tour Sponsored by the Association of Delaware Shore Inns and Bed & Breakfasts Sunday, April 19th 1 P.M. - 5 P.M. WIN A FREE WEEKEND AT THE BEACH! MALLARD GUEST HOUSE 60 Baltimore Ave. 226-3448 LIGHTHOUSE INN 20 Delaware Ave. 226-0407 LORD & HAMILTON SEASIDE INN 20 Brooklyn Ave. 226-9435 i  AT MELISSA'S 36 Delaware Avenue 227-7504 ROYAL ROSE INN 41 Baltimore Ave. 226-2535 ,', SEA VOICE INN * 14 Delaware Ave. 226-9435 't DELAWARE INN 55 Delaware Ave. 227-6031 '': The Tour is FREE. Visitors will be eligible to win ',( one of six (6) weekends. To qualify, you must visit '.', all 7 Inns on the Tour. Dewey Beach Inn Tour Sunday, May 17th For further information Contact Cindy Vincent at 226-2535 or Vivian Barry at 227-7000 * " I ' , J'- . ' I1,!1,]1 - -.. . --= _._---f"'-' ._-.- ..... .:.'7"" ,.---- MECCA. JERUSALEM. ROME. CLEVELAND. Or Boston. LA. Topeka. Any place can be a center of religious thought. Because the search for truth doesn't begin in a city, it begins in a person. At the Unitarian Universalist Church, we encourage you to follow your own path to wisdom. Join us this Sunday, as we draw upon the teachings of Catholicism, Judaism, Humanism, and many others. The Unitarian Universalist Church. It's for people who question. People who think. And for people who don't like really, really long flights. Sunday, April 12, 1998 10:30 a.m. Service Lewes Middle School Multi Purpose Room Savannah Road, Lewes 422-8187