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Earth Day Celebration set April 27 at Killens Pond The Sierra Club and the Unitarian Universalists of Southern Delaware are sponsoring a special family oriented Earth Day Program and Picnic on Sunday, April 27 at Killens Pond State Park campground pavilion lo- cated off Paradise Alley Road (Road 426), from 2 to 6 p.m. Everyone is welcome to this free event. Activities include children's games, a special panel discussion on how you can make a difference in your Community, and a potluck pic- nic. Bring food to barbecue and a dish to share, with drinks and grills pro- vided. Those whose last names begin with A-G bring a salad; H-P bring an appetizer; Q,Z, bring a dessert. For more information call 422-8187. LIQUOR / 1.7! LITER ! LIQUOR / t.75 LITER BEER CASE Balloon Continued from page 49 who are from 11 different police departments, all of whom volun- teer their talents. Klim said, "The newly orga- nized band played its fn'st concert in September of 1996 at the DARE Festival at the William Henry Middle School in Dover. They were an instant success with the children. "Band members are committed to reaching out to the students through music, and they want to provide youth with positive role models." Klim points out that the band members and all the support per- sonnel volunteer their time. He said the band is looking forward to playing at the Balloon Festival in May. Members of the First State Force am Marc Gray, Gerald Per- ry, Darryl Mifflin, John Miller, David Osburn, Billy Eastridge, Philip Slxohm, Rivers McCreary, Jeff Dickerson, Joel Johnson, Teri Vann, Theresa Bloodsworth, Michael Noble and Anthony Pow- ell. Post said that the entertain- ment stage will be occupied all day leading up to the First State Force. The Milton Middle School Bands start the day as they play for the opening ceremonies. A band that is gaining a following in the area, Big Hat No Cattle, is in- cluded in the bands that will per- form throughout Saturday. The band that crosses musical genre plays frequently at Sydney's in Rehoboth Beach. A local band, the Blues Gems will play in late afternoon. Com- prised of musicians that have roots in Southern Delaware, the Blues Gems are often seen at the Rudder and the Rose and Crown. Other bands and entertainers fill out the afternoon. 'q'o tie it all together, we are so pleased to have Doug James as MC all day long," Post said. "At first, we were glad to have him for part of the day, then he called and said he wanted to commit to the entire day. He is such a special person, and this is the kind of thing that he does for the commu- nities." Post said the balloons will first soar at 6 a.m., but most of those attending the festival will arrive for the opening of the grounds at 9 a.m. He said food vendor spaces are long sold out, and available foods include Italian sausages, fried oysters sandwiches, pizza, homemade chicken salad, gyros, homemade fudge, TCBY yogurt and espresso. "There will be something for just about everyone, no matter what they like to eat," Post said. In addition to entertainment, food and colorful balloons, the craft exhibitors will present a vari- ety of gift and household items. The hot air balloon festival con- tinues through the popular evening "glow" when pilots fill their tethered balloons and fire their propane engines. The festival is set to end at 9 p.m. The rain date for the Delmarva Hot Air Balloon and Craft Festi- val is Sunday, May 11. The event benefits the ADA of Delaware. For information, call 684-8404. 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