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54 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, April 21 - April 27, 1995 Briefly Milton Little League invites parade entries for Saturday, April 29 Milton Little League has issued an invitation for entries to its 1995 Opening Day Parade on Saturday, April 29. The parade will begin at 10 a.m. with line-up at Milton Middle School beginning at 9 a.m. The parade will march through downtown Milton and to the Little League complex where the first game of the season will be playeO. All types of entries are wel- come, from floats to a car with your business name on it to an- tique cars. For more information and to en- ter, call Kristi Betts at 684-3737. Cape District fills spring coaching posts The Cape Henlopen Board of Education approved the following Cape Henlopen High School coaching positions at its March 23 meeting: Josette Carter, volunteer soft- ball coach; Scott Josephson, vol- unteer baseball coach; and Michael Connor, volunteer golf coach. Alton Parker Scott, Jr. was alS- proved as a Milton Middle School volunteer baseball coach at the March 16 meeting. Sunfish Regatta coming to Lewes The Lewes Yacht Club has been chosen to host the 33rd annual Sunfish North American Champi- onship Regatta beginning Sunday, July 30 and continuing through Friday, Aug. 4. Steve Hoenigmann photo Never too old to exercise! Vivian Smith of The Plantations may be 87 years old, but that doesn't keep him out of the fitness center at The Planta- tions. According to Tony Summers, manager of the fitness center, Smith has worked out regularly at the center, utiliz- ing all of the apparatus, including the rowing machine (above), for the last five-and-a-half years. "He would be about third in the world in his age group," said Summers of the 2,500 meters Smith can row in a little more than 14 minutes. The Sunfish North American Championship is a series of Sun- fish races for all ages and talents of sailors who ply the waters of Delaware Bay. The races are sanctioned by the International" Sunfish Class Asso- ciation. The Lewes Yacht Club also is looking for volunteers to staff a variety of committe - food, reg- istration, daily newsletter, regatta booklet, awards, etc. For more information, c'all Mary Lou Jackson at 645-7133 or Peggy Maull at 645-6800. k I ,ShANN RSARY etv Featuring ~ Dinner for Two ~ Includes Choice of Soup or Salad & Potato or Vegetable Blackened Shrimp Wiener Schnitzel Grilled North Shrimp & Pasta Lemon Angle Hair Pasta, I.tU" Salad Tender Veal Breaded & ,A,lantic Sllllllon Sundrled Tomatoes & Herb Butter Gulf Shrimp Blackened Sauteed in Butter & Lemon Topped with Bnmlse with Hot Cajun Spice Sauce served over cool Caesar Salad Flounder Filet Prime Rib of Beef Chicken Jumbo Lump Crab Broiled or Pried All Jus Salca Cake Slow Roasted, 8-10 oz. Chicken Sauteed with Served with Horseradish & cuts served with Proeultto, Cheese & Fresh Choron Sauce Yorksh/re Pudding Herbs Sea Horse ) 330 Rehoboth Avenue Rehoboth Beach, DE Restaurant 302-227-7451 Memorial 5K run set in Dover May 13 The sixth annual Greg Shouldis Memorial 5K Run/Walk, One Mile Fun Walk, with proceeds to benefit the American Cancer Society of Kent County, will be held Saturday, May 13, in Dover beginning at 10 a.m. The race will start and finish in front of the Governor's Mansion. Awards will be presented to the top three finishers in each of seven age groups beginning with 14 and under through 60 and older, and for the top five male and female finishers in the walk events. Entry fee is $8 until May 8, $10 after that date. All runners entering will receive a T-shirt. The entry fee will be waived in return for $25 in pledges. For more information, call the American Cancer Society in Dover at 734-7431. e - It's Spring at... " J, -I  ,,. Selected,, Easter Items 2 JI l I ,..,,6.: T: I -- Opel'L Dall, AI Year  _ ' .......... -:::econd Street- Lewes, DE 4./ Et ..... ....... IlI- :-- " - I--- -- WHEN WAS THE LAST TIME YOU SAILED TO A PLACE THAT'S STRICTLY FOR THE BIRDS? F :'.F2, ..-'. -_,-,  " : . -'," .: -'. - "  ." 77.--''-.  ........ Enjoy a 70-minute trip across the Debware Bay aboard the Cape May-Lewes Ferry and Visit the place where over 400 species of birds call home. The Cape Hay Bird Observatory serves as an important resting and feeding area for migrant and breeding birds. For two centuries Cape Hay, NJ has been the premier location for observing birds in North America. The Ferry puts you right in the middle of it all. THE BEST FERRY RIDE ON THE EAST COAST!