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I It Jim  photo Gov. Ruth Ann Minner fuels up a boat at Indian River Marl. na with biodiesoL Minner unveiled the biodielso prjeet at an even May 9. The marina is the first on the mid-atlantic coast to soil biodiesol. Oteials said it bmm8 elmer than regular diesel and eausos less emissions. Since biodiesol uses soy- beans as an ingredient, it also helps local farmers, officials from the soybean industry said. Biodiesel Continued from page 1 King said his marina typically sells about 500,000 gallons of diesel in one year. "We think it's the right thing to do," he said. "Maybe people will see us using biodiesel and they will use it in their equipment on the farms and in their homes. Maybe we'll make an impact." The marina has been using B-20 for four years now on all their diesel equipment. "This increases the market for soybeans," said Jeffrey Allen, president of the Delaware Soybean Board, and soybean farmer from Seaford. "By using this domestic, renewable fuel, we not only support U.S. farmers, we reduce the dependence on foreign sources for oil." After the speeches, Minner pumped a few gallons into a 44- foot boat owned by John Carey of Leipsic. After she finished pump- ing the fuel, he asked, "Can you cut bait too?" -For more information, visit www.unitedsoybean.org, www.biodiesel.org or www.unit- edsoybean.org Over Eggshell[? CAPE GAZETI'E, Tuesday, May 10 - May 12, 2005 - 13 May is National Community Action Month May is National Community Action Month, a na- tionwide event designed to gain support for and raise awareness of community action and its impact, local- ly and nationally, and to spotlight the achievements of volunteers, staff and personal achievers in cele- brating helping people help themselves. First State CommUnity Action Agency. a statewide nonprofit group, has been provided services to low/moderate income residents of Delaware for the past 40 years. This year, First State CAA will cele- brate Community Action Day from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., Tuesday, May 10, at the Modern Maturity Cen- ter, 1121 Forrest Avenue in Dover. Bernice Edwards, director of First State CAA, in- vites the public to attend the conference and become familiar with the programs First State offers resi- dents of Delaware. Tickets for the conference are $25 per person and may be reserved by calling Gail Purnell at 856-7761, Ext. 103. The cost includes lunch. Delmarvfl - National Geographic announces their new Trails recreation map. Perfect for hiking, biking, and experiencing the Peninsula. These waterproof, tear-resistant maps provide unique coverage to all eco-tourists at $14.95. To obtain your own Delmarva Peninsula Recreational contact the Cape Gazette at (302) 645-7700, or visit WWWoCa COLORFUL CARPET SELECTIONS! We've got hundreds of styles and colors to choose from (including every shade of beige!) With major brands like Mohawk to choose from, we will find that perfect choice that you've been dreaming of]. A0000h..renbach "S A00fo g00ii'Yi6,00 " 00big,; - t- Sales ~ Service - Installation Carpet - Vinyl ~ ?fie Laminates ~ Wood ~ Cork Expert Steam Cleaning All 2pes of Repairs Wescoats Corner & Savannah Road www.fehrenbachs.com Across from Happy HarryBeh/nd Lewes Pr/nt/ng 302-644-8772 302-227-5513 I