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IHIIIII CAPE LIFE FRIDAY, MAY 30 - MONDAY, JUNE 2, 2008 111 Volunteers needed for Inland Bays cleanup June I The Delaware Division of Fish and Wildlife Enforcement Sec- tion in Sussex County, along with the Center for the Inland Bays and the Division of Parks and Recreation, will be hosting the fourth annual Cleanup of the In- land Bays beginning at 9 a.m. and finishing up about 3 p.m., Satur- day, June 21. This year there will be two starting locations, one at Massey's Landing at the end of Long Neck Road and one at the Mulberry Landing Boat Ramp in the Assawoman Wildlife Area near Fenwick Island. A number of local businesses are donating money, food and equipment such as dumpsters. Cleanup volun- teers fire needed, as well as pon- toon boats, duck boats and lots of enthusiasm. Volunteers should dress to get dirty and be pre- pared for cooler conditions on the water as well as wet walking conditions on land. Boots are al- so suggested. Those who have access to life/ackets should bring one, as they are required on boats. Otherwise, life/ackets will be provided. Young children should not attend. Last year's event drew 50 vol- unteers who collected a large quantity of debris, including so- da bottles and cans, tires, a hot water heater and a lot of plastic. A large construction dumpster was donated and filled by the end of the day. DNREC and the Center for the Inland Bays have a new initiative under way this year which was funded by repre  sentatives Joe Booth, R-George- town, Gerald Hocker, R-Ocean View, and Pet Schwartzkopf, D- Rehoboth Beach. "Boaters will be seeing a yel- low diamond shaped sign posted at many of the boat ramps around the Inland Bays this year. The sign has the logos of both agencies on it, a challenge to the users of the Inland Bays to take care of this fragile ecosystem, and the acronym CPR, which stands for Conserve, Protect, and Respect. We hope that through activities such as the clean-up and reminders like this challeng- ing sign, the persons using the Inland Bays will pause long enough to make decisions that truly benefit these waterways," said Lt. Aaron Hurd of Fish and Wildlife Enforcement. Volunteers are encouraged to sign up in advance, as lunch and t-shirts will be provided. To vol- unteer or for more information, contact Debbe Passwaters at 856- 2656 or or Marie Burke at 934-9495 or pebble128@aokcom. The worm always looks [ brighter behind a smile! I Sussex 1632 Savannah Rd., (302) 644-41 A HANDSOME COLLECTOR'S EDITION Headlines and front page photos that tell the most compelling stories of the last century. 100 Years of Headlines From World Wars to weather catastrophes to Sept. 11, these pages reported the stories that shaped communities of all sizes in the Maryland, Delaware and Washington, D.C. region. 100 Years of Headlines includes more than 150 images of newspaper Front Pages as they appeared when the news broke! Created by the Maryland-Delaware-D.C. Press Association, editors from member newspapers have carefully selected these headlines, which will help you "Relive History" with every turn of the page. ORDER TODAY! Choose either the Hardback Edition or the Limited Edition Leather Bound Book. Expect delivery by July 31, 2008. Now in its l OOth year (1908-2008) MDDC and its members have been working to preserve a free press and freedom of speech, Proceeds from 100 Years of Headlines bene(its the MDDC Press Foundation's programs. 100 Years of Headlines ORDER FORM Name I Address City State __ Credit card: MC, V, AMX Signature Mail To: MDDC Press Foundation Exp. Date: Zip CVN#: 2191 Defense Hwy., Suite 300, Crofton, MD 21114-2487 For questions contact Jennifer Thornberry 410-721-4000 ext. 20 jthornberry@ Or download an order form at Look for a link on the homepage. Copy(s) STANDARD EDITION @ $47.00 + $2.82 tax Copy(s) LIMITED EDITION @ $75.00 + $4.50 tax Please ship my book(s) to address above. I have enclosed an additional $6.00 for each book to be shipped. "1 I I I I I I I I I I I I Sales of "100 Years of Headlines" is a fundraiser for the MDDC Press Foundation. 30% of Standard L EdiUon and 40% of Limited Edition is a tax-deductible contribution to the Foundation: