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62 - CAPE GAZETYE, Friday, May 30 - June 5, 2003 Erlk Sumptlon photos U.S. Coast Guard Station hosts open house, dedication The U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary Division 12 at Indian River Inlet conducted a ribbon cutting ceremony Saturday, May 24, to kick off the recreational boating season. At the station to par- ticipate and open the doors for the open house were (l-r) Ben Brown, station supervisor;, Robert Reid, Sussex County Sheriff; Rear Admiral Sally Brice-OIara, 5th District Comman- der; Gov, Ruth Ann Minner; Attorney General Jane Brady; and Rep. George Bunting, D- Bethany Beach. Above right, many recreational boats spring leaks and some capsize because few people know how to fix the problem. District Safety Vessel Coordinator Bob Garrott, at left, from Portsmouth, Va explains to Mike Bench of Long Neck, center, and Donald Logan of Ocean Pines how to use simple items like Tshirts and plywood to stop leaks. Standing next to Coastie the safety boat who entertained children and dispensed pencils, is Mia Azato, 6, of Lewes. Coast Guard search and rescue vessel 47221 from Ocean City, Md. docked at the station while crewman Kleverson Lemos, pictured, helped guide visitors around the ship. The vessel is able to work in 30 foot swells and is eSigned to recover from a ]1 ovJ;'--: I BRUCE W. CHILCOAT Associate Vice President Financial Advisor Certified Financial Planner (302) 226-5100 (800) 258-3131 Fax (302) 226-5200 Call for Financial Planning Consultation Your favorite, produ from ttomE 5hop at 55 Daltimore Avenue gehoboth Beach Thursday - Monday 10-5 227-5097