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Calm mmU CAPE UFE Henlopen Grange sets open house for April 20; contest winners named tion and has been making a dif- ference in communities for 143 years. The Grange has worked to advance the interests of rural America by providing a legisla- tive voice for members' political National Grange Master Ed- ward L. Luttrell has declared April as National Grange Month with the theme Now is the Time. The Grange is America's oldest farm family fraternal organiza- concerns and by showing them how to strengthen their neigh- borhoods through community service. The Grange also pro- rides fun-fdled and educational programs and activities for its members. Henlopen Grange No. 2(1 was chartered Dec. 27, 1909, and is celebrating 100 years of service to the community. An open house will be held at 7"30 p.m., FRIDAAPR Tuesday April 20, at the Grange p HaIL 1528 Savannah Road, Lewes, fr and the 33rd annual Community [r Citizen Award will be presented H to a locM. deserving person. The 8t L 16 - MONDAY, APRIL 19, 2010 lblic is invited to attend and re- eshments will be served. For ore information call Master )ward E. Millman Jr. at 645- 98. HENLOPEN GRAIE NO.  20 kicked off  Month with its armual Pie and H Coaa Ap  The #e ns e (Vr) aa Daub, d dace Ynae Martz, second plaoa; and Shirley L Millman, first pla The mas e ha om e 0.) Vmae Mat rws Sham.PaZa.  and Sharon Medor  Birding field trip to focus on early songbirds April 23 at Prime Hook The next.bkd field trip of the 2010 season at Prime Hook tfiomt Wddnfe Refuge wm be- gin at 8 am., Friday, April 23, with a dose look at early retm ing songsters, led by volunteer nanwaltm Iml Fmte Sany lmtel and Ed Sigd Most notable of these will be the prothonotary warbler, aka golden swamp war- bier. Participants should also hear the beautiful song of the wood thrash, vocal but t- to-spot ovenbirds, and repeated songs of the tree-top red-eyed vire After walking some of the refuge trails, the group will spend some time checking the impoundments for shorebirds, herons and late waterfo Long pants ate recommended. Bring binocuhlX insect repeltent, sun- screen and either a small um- brella or light rain gear Leaders will have scopes and field guide Participants should meet at the refuge headquarters off'e. The field trips are free and open to the publi call the refuge at 684-8419 for more information or visit primehook.fws.v for a complete schedule of birding trt ] " !i!  " i  .forevedouetloeom $100 Off DOBING IIPRD,! fo:vo' Proam. Ir.lude:. Millsboro Fire Dept. rnolehous, Kayal Demo on the Beach BiCyCle odeo Tire Rescue Boat Tr.aining Dem( EIDNE Impaired Driving Activit DE g3te POliCe eetbelt Ollover COl Car eat, Fire ;afety, and various c ;afety InFormation ations For more information, call: Merritt Burke (302) 856-2585 x584 Cpl. Andy M (302) 644-50 www.rec.udel. nning 16