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Submitted photos Girl Scouts participate in many activities Above, Girl Scouts from Troop 1311 dance with Spirit War- rior Sister Odette Wright at the Lewes Public Library. The scouts, along with the public, were treated to storytelling, drumming, singing, dancing, drama and humor as part of the library's Women in History celebration during the month of March. Below, Girl Scouts from Troop 809 learn the basics of hy- giene from stylist Laura McCool of Hair Artistry on Second Street in Lewes. Shown is scout Veronica Allen getting a tip about nail care. McCool can be reached at 645-7167. CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, April 21 - April 27, 2000 - 33 encouraged to join Milton Boy Scouts Did you know that there was a gang formed many years ago in Milton? This gang was made up of teenagers, their preteen broth- ers and friends. They fight, steal, light fires, even use knives and guns. Sometimes they meet other gangs and stay out all night. The police haven't done much wheh they show their colors in town. Are they afraid of them? No! On Saturday, April 8, the portance of fingerprinting, seat belt safety, and Fish and Wildlife Conservation. There were videos and several demonstrations by the K-9 patrol and bomb unit. The troop fights everyday temptations and tries to follow the 12 points of the law, which builds character and leadership. They steal flags during the Capture the Flag games designed to build bod- ies and minds.They light fires for gang finally saw the inside of a= cooking and ceremonies. They police car, and a command post use knives for preparing their own and many other things during a meals and they learn about run-in with the law. = ' (. weapon safety. They joined other The gang, composed of D.J. Ware, Andy Sprague, Craig Kifer, Matt Hansen, Chris Decker, Roy Collins, Robert Brisco, John Bonkowski, Josh Betts and Drew Abele, along with junior leader Frank Bonkowski and leaders Bruce Hansen and Pat and Ed An- derson, is Boy Scout Troop 198, sponsored by Goshen United Methodist Church in Milton, vis- ited venues that explained the im- Right To Life plans Good Friday Hfe Chain Delaware Right to Life will hold its annual Good Friday Life Chain from 10 a.m. to noon, Fri- day, April 21, in front of St. Jude's Church on Route 1. The Good Friday Life Chain is a peaceful and prayerful stanee against abortion, with partici- pants holding signs and they stand along busy thoroughfares at Now you can to retirement with a few less Life term care insurance ( Prudential  ffuIHOl Your Prudential, Gallo REALTORS now offer everything you need for retirement under one roof. Not just real estate sales and rentals.., but insurance, financial planning, linvestments and* a whole lot more. 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Boy Scouts con- tribute to the skills of such people as judges, social workers, presi- dents of corporations, police, paramedics and other productive members of society. These are the true leaders of the future. Joining a pack, troop or post can fulfill the needs of boys be- tween the ages of 7 to 18, and give them a chance to learn leadership skills that will help their commu- nity, not terrorize it. It can open the way' to explore new areas that may lead to career opportunities. And, it can give them a sense of pride that comes with self-re- liance and good citizenship. Want to join a gang? Check out your local Scout unit. Troop 198 meets at 7 p.m. Wednesdays at Goshen Hall on Federal Street in Milton. Or call Scoutmaster Ed Anderson at 422-0927. queen/king size quilt depicting the greatest events of the twenti- eth century. A raffle for the quilt is being held, with tickets $1 each or $5 for six. The drawing will be held at the community's annual picnic some- time around Labor Day. 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