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Rehoboth Lions donate to dogs for blind King Lion Jim Mayben of the Rehoboth Beach Lions Club presents a check in the mount of $500 to Lion Jeanette Hen- ry, district chairperson for Leader Dogs for the Blind, at the Region HI and IV seminar held recently at Seaford Country Club. Leader Dogs for the Blind, with headquarters in Rochester, MI, provides leader dogs for the unsighted through Lions Clubs International. Anyone interested in ob- taining information about the leader dog program may con- tact Maybon at 644-0610 or attend the leader dog program to be presented at 6 p.m., Wednesday, May 28 at the Sea Horse Restaurant in Rehoboth by Larry Colbert and his leader dog. Parrot Heads and friends clean up the highways During the past week, members of the Lewes-Longneck Parrot heads, along with family and friends from Milford Memorial Hospital, Frog- gie's Auto Detailing and Dave's Motorcycle Repair cleaned trash and debris from the sides of Sussex 23 and 285. The stretches of highways were adopted earlier in the year as part of DelDOT's Adopt-A-Highway program. Parrot Heads and Friends collected 24 bags of litter along with the two portions of road. Anyone interested should call (800) 652-5600. II liii i ........... ill Our Services Include: 645-8457 • 645-9060 "1-800-610-8457 P.O. Box 252, Lewes, DE 19958 Finish Removal - Safely remove the existing finish using a modified hand-stripping method and prepare for stain application. Refurbishing- Enhance your furniture without removing the existing finish. Refinishing - Remove the existing finish, stain and adjust color, and apply a new finish to last for years. Restoring- Conserve an old and cherished piece. Repairs & Touch-Up Let u s help you with your: Curved Glass Lost or Damaged Brasses Trunk Strapping and Hardware Architectural and Ornamental Stripping 110 New Road At the Lewes Ice Plant Lewes, Delaware 19958-9573 Kieth A. Miller & Lewis W. Miles, Proprietors 302/645-9097 A Call Ahead rfll Help Us Serve You Better Member, Lewes Chamber of Co and V'itor's Bureau, Inc. CAPE GAZETYE, Friday, April 18- April 24, 1997 - 25 • I March for Parks set for I 'ap Pond April 19 Trap Pond Partners, a friends mours band, or heat the ballads of coke Watershed Preservation folksongs of "Crablneat" Thomp- son. Free hayride and an after- noon pontoon boa tour of Trap Pond will also be offered. The Delaware Ste Police Rur- al Community Policing Unit will be exhibiting its mobile command unit and a Camaro Z-28 patrol car. An environmental display area featuring organizations such as Wildlife Habitat, Inc., the Nanti- Committee, and the Ward Muse- um will be open for visitors to en- joy. Food and beverage will also be available. March for Parks is the nation's largest organized Earth Day event with more than 1,200 marches be- ing held in all 50 states. For more information, call 875- 5153. group in support of Trap Pond Park, will hold its second annual March for Parks on Saturday, April 19 at Trap Pond State Park. Last year's inaugural event saw 75 marchers raise over $3,000 for environmental education/recre- ation programs at the Baldcypress Nature Center. This year, pro- ceeds from the event will help fund a landscaping and beautifica- tion effort. Trap Pond Partners is looking for participants to collect pledges from park supporters and walk in the March for Parks event. Pledge forms are available at the park of- fice and at the public libraries in Bridgeville, Seaford, Laurel, Del- mar and Georgetown. On the day of the March, regis- tration will begin at 11 a.m. in the main picnic area. The fa'st 25 marchers to register will receive a March for Parks sports bottle and the top pledge raisers in both the adult and child categories will receive March for Parks T-shirts. Every marcher will be entered into a drawing for other prizes to be given away following the march. The march will start-at noon with a five-mile walk and a short- er, two-mile excursion scheduled along the park's Boundary Trail. In addition to the walk, visitors can listen to musical perfor- mances by local favorite, Ru- Surge Protector with Insurance, protects your major appliances up to $5,000. E/ectrtca/Contractor L.P;I. Cert. 959 Seaside unt,f00l Store • Dept. 56 • PenDelfin Family • Daddy's Long Legs • Byers' Choice Carolers • Santa's Crystal Valley • Tom Clark Gnomes i • Cat's Meow Village • Lizzie High Dolls • Afghans • Quilts & Rugs • Halloween Corner • Pottery & Glassware • Silk & Dried Flowers • Christmas Shop • Heritage lace • Bath Shop "The Most Unusual Store on the Shore"  ._ "h,.',. " -.., =-..e__,_:Z=..=..- . • . i::'-.>-:-L.. _:. i-.-.. :i .... Freshly Made Gourmet Foods Unique Antiques & Exceptional Fudge & Cheeses Clothing Collectibles Giis Now Open Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday • 10 - 5 Ocean Highway Fenwick Island, DE 19944 (302) 539-6110 € NO SALES TAX .-a