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50 -CAPE GAZE. Fi, iday. April 21 .- April27+ M5 i ......... ,- ri Strider racing se es heads west to 00ebyville :!,aturday Steuer sets personal mark; Widdoes sets new school record This weekend in Selbyville the fh'st annual Seashore Strider mini- series will conclude as the Old Timers Day 5K and 1 mile walk will be held through the streets of Selbyville on Saturday, April 22. The race will kick off the Old Timer's Day annual celebration and will start and finish at Town Hall on Church Street and Rail- road Avenue. Town Hall is only a half mile off of U:S': i |3"0 Church Street. Race time is set for 9 a.m., while registration will be held from 8-8:50 a.m. at Town Hall. Awards will be presented to the male and female overall cham- pions, master (40 and over) cham- pions, and the top three finishers in the following eight age groups: 9 and under, 10-13, 14-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, and 60 and over. Certificates will be present- ed to all walkers. "I'm excited about the event and our goal is 100 participants," said former Cape football coach Steve Botchie. "I have always wanted to do something like this in the town of Selbyville and I'm RUNNING Tim Bamforth ..... glad it's finally becoming,a reali- ty." Based on pre-registration for the race, it looks as if the first time race record of 101 set last week at the Lewes Physical Therapy 5K could be in jeopardy. Come on down south and kick off your weekend with a walk or jog through the streets of Sel- byville, See you all at the starting line... pants have taken part each of the past two weeks. The Grove Club has reached its record of 16 partic: ipants on three different occa- sions. The club has, surprisingly, attracted a total of 66 people since beginning last July. "At first we really were not sure if the club would catch on, but every week we seem to get new neat how all the different ages, ability levels and sizes come to- gether every Tuesday with a com- mon goal in mind." The annual membership fee is $I0 for individuals and $20 for the family with incentives given to the members for their amount of participation. After three ses- sions, you are presented with your people who want to give it a try," Grove Club membership card, said President Bob Porter. 'fflae great thing about the club is that we leave it up to the participants regarding how much they want to do and everything is geared to the individual. We have designed jogging and walking courses from two to five miles and it's really while five sessions earns you a Grove Club two-color T-shirt. After 10 sessions you receive a Grove Club hat, while 20 sessions earns you a Grove Club polo shirt. Forty sessions gives you the right to a Grove Club sweatshirt, while if anyone reaches 80 sessions they will receive a Grove Club satin jacket. "Without a sponsor for the Grove Club, we had to come up with a yearly membership fee to offset the incentives that we give out," explained Porter. "We wanted a way to attract people to the club, and after seeing the qual- ity of merchandise they are pre- sented with, I think they're getting a good deal and some fitness to go with it. The Grove Club is not out to make money, we just want to break even financially, have some fun from-week to week, and stay healthy and in shape." Grove members receiving their Continued on page 51 Western Auto UNBEATABLE LOW PRICES...GUARANTEED! GROVE CLUB KEEPS GROOVIN' - The weekly Grove Park jogging and walking club, an offspring of the local Seashore Striders, continues to attract good turnouts as a crowd of 16 partici- RAYBESTOS SILVER BRAKE SHOES AND DISC PADS Premium grade shoes and disc pads. Remanufactured shoes sold with exchange. 75-5603,76-6214 ser. ! In Srakee 12 99 ..,,,,o,.,,. I I,,,,,,., BRAKE ROTOR I I MASTER CYLINDER Limited 1-year IAOOI IRemanufactured qlIlOQ warranty. Many --J ='l I Many applicatioflsB I i =' i applications in 1 ,m 1 ] in stock. Exch. 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Steuer posted a personal best time of 5".31 for her mile left.