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CAPE GAZE'PI'E,' Fi-lday, Alrir25'Mh'.-1, ].997"-"  " " il i) OCEAN TRAVEL 4377 Highway One Rehoboth Beach 227-1607 Mrline Tickets • Cruises • Tours Amtrak • Packages • Groups Dennis Forney photo Lewes Convalescent Center honors volunteers The administration of Lewes Convalescent Center honored its volunteers last week with a buffet dinner anda reception. The occasion offered the volunteers the opportun/ty to gather and disemm their work as well as to enjoy good food and listen to the live mimic of Lawrence "Scotty" kott on the piano. Nearly 150 vohmtoeX assist the staff and rmfldentg of Lewes Con- valemmmt Center. Shown here are some of the volunteers who attended the reception. Stand- ing in the rear fl-r) are Regtaald Street, Bill Wootton, Jim Bradford and AI Broadhurst. In front are (l-r) Betty Griffin, Beatrice Bassellieu (Delaware's 1996 Volunteer of the Year), Tres- sa Carney, Fedora Jones, Catherine Hopkins, Earl Street, Part Cheyney and Veda Jo Quarati- no. The reception was held in the community and sun room of Lewes Convalescent Center. Rehot ,oth Historical Society spring meeting set April 26 The spring meeting of the Re- hoboth Beach Historical Society will feature a talk by State Arche- ologist Charles H. Fithian, on "The Search for Delaware's Be- ginnings." Fithian is currently di- recting the research for the 'olo- nial Delaware Project, 1620- 1775" and he will discuss how this archeological and historical effort is uncovering new informa- tion and understanding of the state's early years. Society Presi- dent Elizabeth Hooper urges all members to attend and the noon buffet luncheon is open to the public. The cost is $10, including gratuity. In other Society news, it should also be noted that a correc- tion is needed in a news article in the April 18-24 edition of the Cape Gazette concerning the Re- hoboth Planning Commission's attempts at preservation. It was C00eo.00 presents Artisan of the Week Ester Klima April 24- April .30 Hand loomed Silk fine apparel for men & women 31 Rehoboth Avenue open daily • Fri. & Sat evenings | . stated that the Anna Hazzard Mu- seum could be the subject of art- work for a preservation logo. However, the same sentence also stated that the museum had been recently torn down and nothing could be further from the truth. A clause was deleted noting that there was also a suggestion that the old cottage on Baltimore Av- enue which was recently demol- ished be the subject of the logo. Writ00 Fo,,. Yo..! Writing Services For busy folks, seniors, brides-to-be, and for all who are visually impaired, physically challenged, or in need of help with written English. • Letters of all kinds • Invitations, announcements • Thank-you notes • Free initial consultation • Convenient, affordable • Experienced staff • Fax service • Vise, MasterCard accepted CALL 226-1971  • ......  :.-. ..... -.,. : - . Freshly Made Gourmet Foods Unique Antiques & Exceptional Fudge & Cheeses Clothing ' Collectibles Giis 3 Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday. Ocean Highway Fenwick Island, DE 19944 (302) 539-6110 NO SALES TAX 10-5 aThe Most Unusual Store on the Shore" • Tom Clark Gnomes • Cat's Meow Village • Lizzie High Dolls • Afghans • Quilts & Rugs • Halloween Corner • Pottery & Glassware • Silk & Dried Flowers -. Christmas Shop • Heritage lace • Bath Shop t Dept. 56 • PenDelfin Family • Daddy's Long Legs • Byers' Choice Carolers • Santa's Crystal Valley Seaside Country Store