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q- May 4 Outback lunch aids student ambassadors A benefit luncheon to raise funds to send student ambassa- dors to Spain, Germany, Switzer- land and France will be held from noon to 1:30 P.m., Sunday, May 4 at the Outback Restaurant. The cost is $8 for adults and $4 for kids 10 and under, while chil- dren under three cat for free. The meal inchides a six-ourlce sirloin steak, ceasar salad, rice, iced tea, lemonade or coffee and cakes made by the two students. For more information, call Sarah Palmer at 644-3875 or Cadssa Vescovi at 226-1046. May 4 fundraiser to help Kearstin Milligan Kcarstin Milligan is the daugh- mr of Ron and Florie Milliga, and was born with several med- ical challenges:A fundraising din- ner will be held from 2 to 8 p.m., Sunday, May 4 to raise money to help pay Kcarstin's medical bills. The chicken dinner will be held at American Legion Post 28 in Riverdale/Oak Orchard, and since all food is being donated by local businesses, churches and restau- rants, lO0 percent of the funds collected will go directly to the family. Donations of food, time and money are appreciated. Monetary donations may be made directly to County Bank. The cost is $5 in advance or $6 at the loor. For more information about tickets or how to donate, visit Skillets in Cove Village or Print- ing Plus in Palmer's Shopping Center, or call the Long Neck Business Association at 947-291 or Todd Karrick at 947-1014. The event will also inc[ude a 50/50 raffle, entertainment and a silent auction. Auction items are still being accepted. Foundation announces Leatherbury initiative The Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore is making avail- able an unprecedented $20,000 in grants to Lower Shore charities for programs that benefit youth, and has named the grant initiative in memory of local community champion for youth Ernest l_eatherbury. The $20,000 is available to fund one or more grants, which is made possible by the Community Foun- dation's Quota Club Women and Children's Fund, the Children's Fund and the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 194 Youth Fund, Pro- posals for innovative programs which ,ill inspire youth to make informed, responsible life choices on a sustained basis are sought. Applications are due to the Fotfidafion office by May 17. Guidelines and an application form are available through the Foundation's website at or by calling 410- 742-9911. Space available for Market By the Sea The Village Improvement Asso- ciation of Rehoboth Beach is hosting Market By the Sea, a craft and antique show from 9 a.m. un- til 2 p.m, Saturday, May 10. Ven- .dors are encouraged to call Marie Mollick at 945 4468 to reserve space. The fee is $25 for a 10-by- 10-foot space, early reservations are encouraged. Space numbers will be assigned upon payment. and coffee will be avail- able at a booth outside the club- house, and lunch will be available inside from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. For details, call Made Mollick at 945 4468. 00300 CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, May 2 - May 8, 2003 - 49 Cape Gazette Visits Guatemala and Mexico Three friends packed a minimal amount of luggage last summer and headed off for the exot- ic lands south of the border to explore volcanoes, ancient ruins and even more ancient beaches. No matter how minimal the packing however, these travelers were wise enough to carry along i copy of the Cape Gazette, a s/we key to fun in the sun. The fact that the paper remained intact from one traveler to another is sure testimony that the paper has a calming effect - not a piece was ripped, barely a corner dog-eared, a very civil passing of the news from person to person. Vicki Green, below, is shown in front of Vulcan De Agua in Antigua, Guatemala; Leah Ward takes time out from the crystal blue waters of Cancun; and Tal War d tries to pay attention to the Mayan ruins in Tikal, Guatemala while being engulfed by what the Cape Gazette has to say. I 1 I Please deliver all the local news to: I I Please print I I I I Your name I I I I I I Your address I I I I city state ziP I I our ph)one | I I I I I Second address (Snowbird) I I I t SUBSCRIPTION RATES , I (Enclose check) I I Q $27 Sussex County (52 wk) I I Q $15 Sussex County (26 wk) I I I | Q $45 Out-of-County (52 wk) I Q $25 Out-of-County (26 wk) I I Q $35 Snowbird I I I mailed Out-of-County part of the year. " I I Q $30 College Student (9 me.) I I Q $2 Senior Citizen Discount (52 wk) I I .................................. ................ I I Make check payable and mail to: Cape Gazette, PO Box 213, Lewes, DE 19958, I I or call to place credit card order at 1-302-645-7700. I L m m am mum m m m mmm m n m u n ml n m m m mm m m m m am m m m ml m m m m m m mmm m m J T 'You too can be included in the Cape Gazette Traveler Series. Take your newspaper on your travels, photograph yourself and share it with usl We encourage the world community of Cape Gazette readers to let us know just how wide a territory their newspaper covers!