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Rehoboth High Class Of 1967 celebrates 30th reunion The Rehoboth High School Class of 1967 held its h Class Reunion at the Rusty Rudder in Dewey Beach on April 26. Among those on hand are (back row, l-r) Ernie boris, Larry Brown, Brad Wingate, Gerald Steele, Andy Cosgrove, Den Dukes and Ted Nowakowski Jr.; (middle row) Mary Costello Klaumenzer, aSlip" Burris, Kathy Kirkpatrlck Charles, Kitty Johnson Young, Marilyn Marsh, Ruth Sponaugle Skoglund, Donna Emmert Vaszalotti, Donna Wilson Miller and Mary Lou Scott Donney; (kneeling) Sydney Hazzard Maull, Chuck IVIitchell, Cndea Tewelow Moore, Adelle Killen Pike, Peggy Sutherland and Ann McNeilly SollL When members of the Rehoboth Class of 1967 stopped to buy gas at U cents per gallon at the local Esso on their way to see the latest release at the Center Theater, q)r Zldvago', theymay first have splurged at Holiday take out food service on deviled king crab cakes (with a choice of two veggies, rolls, and pickles) at $1.75. Before the big night out in 1967 the young lady may have sprung for a cut and penn at Westover Beauty Salon in the Heniopen Hotel for $12.50, while her date was gobbling Grotto Pizza at 35 cents a slice before pieldng her up at her Dewey Beach bayside two-bedroom home that cost her parents, $12,500, as the radio blared Up, Up and Away." Annual Sussex EM.S, Banquet set May 10 The Sussex County Volunteer Ambulance Association, Sussex County Emergency Medical Ser- vices and the Delaware Emer- gency Medical Services Advisory Council (DEMSAC) will co-spon- sot" the sixth annual Sussex Coun- ty and DEMSAC EMS Awards Banquet to be held on Saturday, May l0 at the Laurel Fire Hall. 'Whis is the opportunity for Ba- sic Life Support (BLS) and Ad- vanced Life Support (ALS para- medics) providers to meet in a re- laxed atmosphere away from the field, to socialize and recognize the achievements of their co- workers," said Muriel Larson, Sussex County EMS Office Sec- retary and chairperson for the ban- quet. The keynote speaker will be Gregg Sylvester, Director of the Delaware Division of Public Health. BLS Awards will be given for Ambulance Attendant of the year, and Ambulance Captain of the Year. ALS Awards will be given for Paramedic of the Year, Supervisor of the Year, and the Clifford Lee Award for outstanding contribu- tions to the EMS system in Sussex County. Special recbgnition will be giv- en this year to the "Founding Fa- thers" in EMS in Sussex County, those members of the various BLS agencies in the county who have contributed and continue to con- tribute in serving their communi- ties through the EMS service. DEMSAC awards will be given for Outstanding Field Provider, BLS; Outstanding Field Provider, ALS; Outstanding EMS Instruc- tor; Outstanding Public Safety Communications Officer, Out- standing Emergency Nurse, Out- standing Emergency Physician, Outstanding EMS Administrator, and the Harlan Justice Award for Excellence in EMS. The Sussex County Awards Banquet is held in conjunction with the celebration of National Emergency Medical Services Week, held from May 18-24. The public is encouraged to take. this opportunity during EMS week to thank the members of their local volunteer fire company or EMS Squad who provide EMS services 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Classic Kitchens VISIT OUR SHOWROOM "We specialize in custom kitchen work, counters, cabinets, flooring. When I leave the job, it's done right." m Ron Conner, proprietor Classic Kitchens 1111 Five Pointe Plaza Next to Westem Auto 645-5810 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday beginning May 1 w CAPE 29 Cape 'sets Spring in our Footsteps May is Older Americans grams. Month. In an effort to promote The center invites members of public awareness of seniors' ac- the public to join the walk on May tivities in this area, Cape Hen- 21. Walkers are asked to find lopen Senior Center is sponsoring sponsors, walk a two-mile course a two-mile walk, aptly entitled, and collect donations for the can- "Spring in our Footsteps." tar. Cape Henlopen Senior Center is For details, call the center at a facility that provides activities 227-2055. designed to enhance the quality of tar members participate in art, band, bingo, bowling, card ]  . [m. groups, ceramics, chorus, comput- ' " er classes, crafts, exercise pro-  grams, knitting, line dancing, mu- . -S sic lessons, quilting, tap dancing, ..J( T' '  '' and woodcarving. The center also offers monthly shopping trips as well as overnight and extended trips. A full-time bus driver takes se- niors unable to drive to local gro- cery, drug and department stores. Through an in-house outreach program, members receive free blood pressure screening and the Nemours program offers eyeglass adjustments and repairs and hear- ing aid tests. Qualified Nemours members obtain medical prescrip- Five Pointe Plaza tions at reduced rates.  9 & 1, lewes, DE Funds raised from "Spring in 645-91 23 our Footsteps" will support Cape --HOURS- Henlopen Senior Center pro- Hg0IeFd.oSSaLo3Sm C00tton00- presents Artisan of the Week Lois Clohessy May I - May 8 Ccr flne apparel for men & women 31 Rehoboth Avenue open daily Fd. & Sat. evenings