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28 - CAPE , Friday, May 2- May 8,1997 First Sussex March of Dimes Walk brings out 125 pmicipants The first Sussex County March of Dimes Walk America took place in Rehoboth Beach on Sunday, April 27, starting at the Grove Park. Above, the Rehoboth Beach Kmart is represent. ed by Dawn Fehronbach of Lewes (left) and Wendy Prettyman and her daughter Lauron Miles of Harbeson, as they raise their banner. Abovb, LaLynda Hodges, March of Dimes community direc- tor, chats with Amanda Boman of Dover, A]bassador Child. "With 125 walkers, the event raised approximately $10,000, which is great for the first time. We definitely plan to return next year,  Hodges said. Above, volunteers Mable Granke and Kathy Kramedas discuss the plans as the walk begh Among the biggest tpon- sors of the event were Pro- gressive Systems of Frank- ford, Cape May.Lewes Ferry, Nicela Pizza and Dolle's and Ibach's Candies by the Sea. Above, members of Rehoboth Beach VFW Post 7447 and walk coordinators man the food stand, passing out hot dogs, sodas and snacks to all participants. Shown are (l-r) Debbie Im- perial, Robin Achenbach, board director and March of Dimes Kent County chairman; Butch Imperial, post commander;, Tom Heriihy, Woody Dively and Mike Pizzola. Not shown is Scot- ty Johnson, Post 7447 chairman of the VFW walk efforts, which also included raising approx- imately $700 as a team. One group moving up Henlopen Avenue during the walk includes (back row, l-r) Roslyn Knight of Frankford, Tamar Williams of Millsboro, Sheverne Purnell of Millsboro, Shawanda Burton of Dagsboro and Linda Melvin of Mills- boro; (front row) Lindsay Melvin of Milisboro, Marquel and Terin Knight of Frankford, and Shane Townsend of Mills. boro. Tflsh Vernon photos I I iiiiii ii: !:' ;ii iiiiii:::iiiii;:  ; 'ii iiii : !i!ii!!i::::iiiiiiiiiiiiiii !!i;::!!iiiiiiiiiiii iiii::i::i::!:: !!: ::!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii:i!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiii::iiii:iiiiiiiiiii iiii!i! iiiiiiiiiiiii ::ii iiiiiiii::iii ::ii::i::i::iii :: ii  [ Our Ser'oices Include" Finish Removal -Safely remove the existing finish using a modified hand-stripping method and prepare for stain application. Refurbishing Enhance your furniture without removing the existing finish. Refinishing- Remove the existing finish, stain and adjust color, and apply a new finish to last for years. Restoring - Conserve an old and cherished piece. Repairs & Touch-Up Let us help you with your: Curved Glass Lost or Damaged Brasses Trunk Strapping and Hardware Architectural and Ornamental Stripping 110 New Road At the Lewes Ice Plant Lewes, Delaware 19958-9573 Kieth A. Miller & Lewis W. Miles, Proprietors 302/645-9097 Tues.- Sat. 8:30 to 4:30" Closed Sun. and Mort. A Call Ahead Vrfll Help Us Serve You Better Member, Lewes  of Coe and VLsitor's Bureau, Inc. T'11TllI " 11 [TTI,III[rl" T]rlll'|ln:l[IMlllllT]lllllIlllrlTllT'lllrl[llllillri1ir Till I I llllIIIIIPITIll°'J']111'I111 1 ]"lrlIIrllrrllrlil "T]rr'rl-' ' 1`.1.[[111.1.1F1[Tr1Tt1-.n '1 ii,l'