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April 25, 1997

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Michael Short photo Davidson new DFGC president The Delaware Federation of Garden Clubs has inducted new officers. Elva Davidson is the new president and was in- stalled during ceremonies at Rehoboth Beach Country Club on Wednesday, April 16. Davidson, of Lewes, is pictured with the other new officers. Shown (from top) are: Installing Offi. cer Peg Lord, Davidson, First Vice President Joy Ericson, Second Vice President Alice Bucher, Recording Secretary. Ann Morrow, Corresponding Secretary Margaret Anne In- gram and Treasurer Janet Lund. Attending the meeting wer Garden Club chapters from throughout Delaware, including the host Sussex Gardeners, the Country Hills Club, the Coun, try Side Club, the Diamond State Club, Duck Creek Horticu.. lural Society, Garden Gate, Garden Heights, Green Acres, Hoe and Hope, the Middletown.Odessa Club, Milford, Moonflower, Nottingham Green, Potpourri, Weed and Seed, Timberlane, the Swanwyck Club, the Spade and Trowel Club, the Spring and Twig Club and the Red Clay Club. CAPE COiZETI, Friday, April 25- May 1, 1997 - 25 State volunteer firemen, auxiliary to meet in Sussex The Millsboro Fire Company tion will take place from 9 a.m. presidents of both associations. will be hosting the 68th Annual to 10 a.m., and the convention will Highlighting the festivities will Delmarva Volunteer Firemen's get underway at 10 a.m. The be a parade through the town of Convention and the 63rd Annual Ladies Auxiliary will meet at the Millsboro, which will begin at 2 Ladies Auxiliary Convention on Atlantic Budget Inn, while the p.m. and will feature numerous Friday and Saturday, May 2 and 3. Volunteer Firemen will convene pieces of fire apparatus from Presiding over the meetings will at the Millsboro Civic Center. times past to the present as well as be Louis A. Rickards, president of Friday evening activities will bands and marching units from Delmarva Volunteer Firemen's include an awards banquet and a across Delmarva. The parade will Association and Joyce Figgs, dance at 7 p.m. at the Millsboro be judged by the Shamrock president of the Delmarva Ladies Civic Center. The annual Memor- Judges Association and trophy Auxiliary. Representatives from ial Service will be held in the presentations will be made in the over 100 member fire companies Grace Methodist Church at 9 a.m. parking lot of the Omni Bank. from all over the Delmarva Penin- Saturday, during which deceased sula will be converging on Mills- members of the Delmarva Volun- bore to meet, discuss business and teer Firemen's Association and participate in fellowship, the Ladies Auxiliaries will be The convention will begin with honored. The public is invited to a joint opening ceremony at 9 a.m. attend this service. Also scheduled on Friday for both groups. Regis- Saturday is a luncheon for the past Amateur radio enthusiasts to provide link at Rehoboth March of Dimes Walk Radio communications for this Dewey Beach. The station is oper- Sunday's March of Dimes Walk, ated by the Sussex Tidewater Am- which will begin at noon on Sun- ateur Radio Network (STARNet) day April 27 from Grove Park in and was built and commissioned Reboboth Beach, will be coordi- in 1995 by Walte r palmer. The hated by two local radio clubs, station transmits on a frequency of Members of the Kent (County) 147.33 Mhz and can be heard by l{iiii!iiiiiiiiiiiii[ Amateur Radio Club (KARA) local amateur radio operators and liiiiiiiiiii] will line the marathon route and scanner listeners. Pahner said the -w ,a. provide logistical and emergency community efforts of amateur ra- .......................... communications. All amateur ra- die operators is nothing new. Located in the Ouillen Center die Izansmissions will be directed "Providing radio communications where Rehoboth Ave. to and from an amateur radio sta- to events such as the March of & Rt. One meet. tion in Dewey Beach. 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