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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, May 30 - June 5, 1997 - 27 (Behind the Roadhouse 5leak Joint) in the MIDWAY SHOPPING CENTER Jen Ellingsworth photo Cape Senior Center steps into spring The Cape Henlopen Senior Center held its First Annual "Spring Into Our Footsteps" Walk- A-Thon on Wednesday, May 21, on the boardwalk in Rehoboth Beach. Shown waving as they go (l-r) are Bea Zieber, Eileen Reckling and Sandy Matthews. Matthews, who coordinated the event, said 28 participants registered for the two-mile walk. Cape Henloped Senior Center Executive Director Juanita Moreh said the walkers raised approximately $1,500, and that the money will benefit the operation of the center. Dewey Mayor Bob Frederick led the walk. 16, son. Births Pedro Abellaneda and Isabel Villegas, Milton, May 16, daugh- ter. Beebe Medical Center, Eric and Anne Johnson, Milton, Lewes, Delaware May 18, daughter. James Carter and Lori Mokshef- Jeffrey and Nancy Lee Thorn- sky, Lewes, May 16, daughter, burg, Rehoboth Beach, May 19, son. Nicholas Embert and Stephanie Jason and Jamie Watts, Lewes, Runner, Rehoboth Beach, May May 19, son. Marriage Licenses Mynor Lopez, Georgetown and Raniona Carrillo, Woodside. Nathen P. Macklin, Lincoln, and Robin A. Smith, Milford. Robert E. Coleman, Lewes and Wendy Steele, Milton. Paul K. McComas, St. Peters- burg, FL, and Tina M. Jones, Lin- coln. Ricky G, Richardson, Delmar, and Lisa M. Timmons, Delmar. Jonathan Dukes, Milford, and Charlotte L. McCray, Magnolia. Atley B. Vickers, Rehoboth Beach, and Cynthia J. Carey, Re- hoboth Beach. Mark R. Tolson, Seaford, and Denise Steck, Seaford. Edward L. Wheatley, George- town, and Amy M. Argo, Milton. David W. Baker, III, Milton and Natalie R. Webb, Milton. Charles M. Russ, Ellendale, and Janet E. Dickerson, Ellendale. William H. Reynolds, George- town, and Sarah F. Windsor, Willards, MD. Michael Short photo NARFE recognizes public servants The 11th Annual TIFFANY U Hundreds of ',;tyles & Colors to Choose From! Many Top Brands Including Meyda & Dale Tiffany National Association of Retired Federal Employees (NARFE) Chapter 1690 celebrated Public Service Recognition Week on Wednesday, May 21 by honoring four levels of public servants. Shown from left (clockwise) are Bethany Beach Mayor Charles Bartlett, Sussex County Accounting Depart- ment representative Susan Webb, Burton Barr, immediate past president of NARFE Chapter 1690, Pep. John Schroeder (D-Lewes), Noble Simpson, president of NARFE 1690, Cape Henlopen State Park Administrator Pat Cooper representing state government and Norma Hickman of the United States Department of Agriculture, representing federal government. ...................................................................................... ! OFF LIST PRICE .l00mnev E00c'rnlc SUPPI,, Rt. 113, Millsboro, Delaware 934-8885 Open Mon.-Fri. til 8:30 a.m.-7:30 p.m. Sat. 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. % Hurry in the the Best Selection/ SALE SENDS JUNE 21 st REGISTER TO WIN A TIFFANY LAMP! & WEEKLY SHOREBIRD TICKET GIVAWAY!