Newspaper Archive of
Cape Gazette
Lewes, Delaware
Jim's Towing Service
June 4, 2004     Cape Gazette
PAGE 78     (78 of 156 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 78     (78 of 156 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
June 4, 2004
 

Newspaper Archive of Cape Gazette produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




78 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 4 - June 10, 2004 Jennifer Robinson photos Midway Lions install new officers Duting the Midway Lions Club's installation luncheon held at Tutto Bene Restaurant in Midway May 17, new members were inducted. The local Chapter is part of Lions Interna- tional that has 1.4 million members in 192 countries. The Midway Lions Club has been active locally in assisting people with difficulties in sight and hearing, as well as internation- ally. They provide free eye screenings for pre-school chil- dren, gather food baskets for needy famili@s during the holi- days, and collect food as well as provide needy families with eye exams and eye glasses. In addition, they sponsor a Little League baseball team and are aiding in the development of a newly chartered Boy Scout Troop. They also sponsor many challenged youth at the Consortium School which entails all of Sussex County. Shown above (l-r) are new members Joe and Eileen Smith and Fran Gonzon. Below, Midway Lions Club officers for 2004-2005 are (back row, l-r) President Gerrit Van Burke, Past District Governor Bob King, who inducted the new officers; and Second Vice President Richard Munroe; (front row) First Vice President Jim Bridges, Secretary Fran Daly and Treasurer Walter Pet- zold. TAKING RESERVATIONS FOR PHASE 11 NEW SUBDIVISION Minutes from Lewes and Rehoboth beaches, golf courses, shopping, hospitals... "Water Accessible" Located approximately 2 miles north of Lewes on Route 1 across from Beach Plum Nursery on OysterRock Road. For more information call (302) 947.2900 or (302) 542.7569 ounty anic Very Competitive .. Rates Construction Financing EQUAL R LENDER Member FDIC Purchase or Refinance Conventional, Jumbo, Second Homes, Investments 78 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 4 - June 10, 2004 Jennifer Robinson photos Midway Lions install new officers Duting the Midway Lions Club's installation luncheon held at Tutto Bene Restaurant in Midway May 17, new members were inducted. The local Chapter is part of Lions Interna- tional that has 1.4 million members in 192 countries. The Midway Lions Club has been active locally in assisting people with difficulties in sight and hearing, as well as internation- ally. They provide free eye screenings for pre-school chil- dren, gather food baskets for needy famili@s during the holi- days, and collect food as well as provide needy families with eye exams and eye glasses. In addition, they sponsor a Little League baseball team and are aiding in the development of a newly chartered Boy Scout Troop. They also sponsor many challenged youth at the Consortium School which entails all of Sussex County. Shown above (l-r) are new members Joe and Eileen Smith and Fran Gonzon. Below, Midway Lions Club officers for 2004-2005 are (back row, l-r) President Gerrit Van Burke, Past District Governor Bob King, who inducted the new officers; and Second Vice President Richard Munroe; (front row) First Vice President Jim Bridges, Secretary Fran Daly and Treasurer Walter Pet- zold. TAKING RESERVATIONS FOR PHASE 11 NEW SUBDIVISION Minutes from Lewes and Rehoboth beaches, golf courses, shopping, hospitals... "Water Accessible" Located approximately 2 miles north of Lewes on Route 1 across from Beach Plum Nursery on OysterRock Road. For more information call (302) 947.2900 or (302) 542.7569 ounty anic Very Competitive .. Rates Construction Financing EQUAL R LENDER Member FDIC Purchase or Refinance Conventional, Jumbo, Second Homes, Investments