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HOME & GARDEN 302.732.6159 31854 James Lowe Lane 3 Miles West of St. George’s Church, off Omar Road, Frankford RT. 1 RT. 113 RT. 54 SELBYVILLE FRANKFORD DAGSBORO R T .2 0 Omar Rd.BETHANY BEACH FENWICK IS. mar r r RT. 26 Only 8 miles west of Bethany Beach Open 7 Days A Week • Mon–Sat 9–5 • Sunday 11–4 OPEN HOUSE Sat., 4/29 11–4 Lots of Food & Drinks Enter To Win A GIFT BASKET 78 FRIDAY, APRIL 28 - MONDAY, MAY 1, 2017 CAPE LIFE Cape Gazette Jacquelyn Hamilton receives Coast Guard commendation Members of the Delaware River and Bay Lighthouse Foun- dation traveled to Philadelphia March 14 to witness the Unit- ed States Coast Guard Sector Delaware Bay present a Public Service Commendation to Jac- quelyn Hamilton of Rehoboth Beach. Capt. Ben Cooper, head of Sector Delaware Bay; Lt. James Berry; and U.S. Rep. Lisa Blunt Rochester presented the award.  While serving as first mate aboard the 60-foot fishing charter vessel Angler June 11, 2016, Hamilton unexpectedly offered support to the mission of search and rescue. During a sunset cruise off the coast of Lewes, with 39 passen- gers aboard, an elderly female passenger began to have faint- ing spells, eventually leading to loss of consciousness. Hamil- ton immediately recognized her distress, quickly assessed the situation and without hesitation began rendering assistance to the ill passenger. Advising the captain to return to port, Hamilton im- mediately initiated CPR. The patient regained consciousness as a result of CPR rendered by Hamilton, and was delivered to waiting emergency medical services. The commendation reads, “Hamilton's determined efforts, outstanding initiative and fortitude during this rescue resulted in saving a woman's life. Her unselfish actions and valiant service reflect great credit upon herself and are in keeping with the highest tradition of humani- tarian service.” Other individuals who helped with the rescue are Capt. Chris Ragni, Isabella Capozio, Barb Moulinier and Red Moulinier.  SUBMITTED PHOTO SHOWN ARE (l-r) Merrill Chapin, Jackie Hamilton, Capt. Ben Cooper and U.S. Rep. Lisa Blunt Rochester. Italian Heritage Association seeks members The Italian Heritage Association is a social club that meets once a month to enjoy learning the traditions of Italy and its people. Among its activities are holding potluck dinners of traditional cuisine, at- tending festivals, playing bocce and listening to members talk of families immigrating to America and their journeys in adapting to a new country. Whether of Italian descent or just enamored of Italian culture, those interested are welcome. Membership is now open. For more information, call Tony 302-947-0784. WIN AN ALL-EXPENSES-PAID TRIP FOR TWO TO ROME, ITALY! Airfare & Private Car to and from all airports! Stay in the Hotel Victoria in downtown Rome, close to the Via Veneto & all the action! Skip-the-line access to the Vatican Museums, including the Sistine Chapel and St. Peter’s Basilica! See the Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain, the Pantheon, Piazza Navona, the Colosseum, the Roman Forum, the Palatine Hill and much more! Includes $1000 CASH in your pocket for incidentals! Raffle Tickets are $100 each. Only 300 will be sold. Value of the trip is approx. $8000. 100% - every penny - of the proceeds go to benefit the of Italy Culinary Scholarship Fund. Winner will be drawn at 4:30 p.m., Saturday, June 3rd, LIVE on Sip & Bite with the Rehoboth Foodie on Delaware 105.9 FM. Tickets may be purchased at any Touch of Italy restaurant (no purchase necessary) or online at