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24 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 7 - June 13, 1996 Marriage Licenses Angle Moon photo Epilepsy activities bring awareness, funds to efforts The Summer Stroll for Epilepsy took place at the Grove in Rehoboth Beach on Sunday, June 2, with at least 35 people participating, according to organizer Rob Holm)n, age 15, seen above with Doris Moulton, retired executive director of the Epilepsy Foundation of Delaware, along with Barbara Blair the new executive director. As part of his goal of attaining the Eagle Rank as a member of Boy Scout Troop 999, Holm)n, the son of Deborah and William Holson of Georgetown, believes more emphasis needs to be placed on educating people about epilepsy and its treatments. Thanks to Holson's request, Rehoboth Beach Mayor Sam Cooper proclaimed June 2 Epilepsy Awareness Day, the first in Sussex County, with a 5k starting the day's events, followed by a mini-health fair on epilepsy. "I was very happy with the turn out as only 12 or 15 showed up last year," Holm)n noted. He believes he spent 40 to 50 hours on the project, assisted by others such as Monlton and Blair, and has no firm figure on pledges and monies received during the stroll. It's time to sign up for 4-H day camps in Delaware University of Delaware Cooperative Extension of- fers 4-H day camps for children and youth aged five to 19 in locations throughout the state. Class offer- ings vary, but usually include animal science, cook- ing, woodworking, arts and crafts, and outdoor edu- cation. Costs range from $25 to $70 per week, and scholarships are available. For additional information and registration materi- als, contact the 4-H offices in Sussex County, 856- 7303. The Georgetown Presbyterian Church will be from July 8 through 12 for 8 to 12 year olds. Seaside untry Store • Dept. 56 • PenDelfin Family • Daddy's Long Legs • Byers' Choice Carolers • Santa's Crystal Valley • Tom Clark Gnomes • Cat's Meow Village • Lizzie High Dolls • Afghans • Quilts & Rugs • Halloween Comer • Pottery & Glassware • Silk & Dried Flowers • Christmas Shop • Heritage lace • Bath Shop "The Most Unusual Store on the Shore TWIN FOR JUNE 7. 8 AND 9 Freshly Made Fudge Gourmet Foods Unique Antiques & Exceptional & Cheeses Clothing Collectibles " Open Daily Ocean Highway Fenwick Island, DB 19944 (302) 539-6110 NO SALES TAX Kevin M. McConville, Bethes- da, Md., and Megan M. Kane, Bethesda, Md. Louis M. Scott Jr., Greenwood, and Michelle L. Quaile, Green- wood. Robert S. Short, Seaford, and Michelle L. Lahman, Seaford. John T. Tyndall, Laurel, and Michelle D. Spicer, Laurel. Ward S. Collins, Selbyville, and Jill H.A. Corrozi, Selbyville. Brian K. Truitt, Millsboro, and Christine Phillips, Millsboro. Dominic J. Calio, Laurel,a nd Kristine M. Spellman, Salisbury, Md. Christopher T. Saville, Ocean View, and Karyn D. Lynch, Ocean View. Mark W. Cooper, Sea_ford, and Rhonda E. Jar/is, Dagsboro. Christopher L. Weller, Harbe- son, and Dana N. Heck, Harbeson. Matthew J. Giggey, Rehoboth Beach, and Ann I. Bowles, Tam- pa, FI. John E. Kamin Sr., Rehoboth Beach, and Daphne A. Manske, Nassau. Efrem L. Phillips, Millsboro, and Paula V. Copes, Millsboro. Dougles K. Prillhart, Cocoa, FI., and Deborah J. Brown, Cocoa, F1. William S. Willin, Seaford, and Karcn L. Messick, Bridgeville. Jason D. Waldridge, Seaford, and Leslie R. Weldon, Seaford. Jeffrey R. Busby, Bridgeville, and Lynn B. Zcbley, Bridgeville. Charles R. Hillbish, Millsboro, and Linda A. Reiff, Harrington. Robert J. Massey, Millsboro, and Charlette M. Muldoon, Salis- bury, Md. Laurence P. Greelee III, Bridgeville, and Cathi A. Miller, Portsmouth, R.I. Bruce T. Cooper, Milton, and Jeanette Eley, Milton. Scan C. Mullins, Seaford, and Dawn M. Strick, Georgetown. John J. Watson, Milford, and Heather L. Davis, Milford. Robert M. Proctor, Lewes, and Diane L. Danforth, Lewes. n Friday, June 7, Saturday. June 8 and Sunday. June 9, the all-new MV Twin Capes will cruise across Delaware Bay to historic Cape May, New Jersey-and you're invited to sail with us in style! Our newest addition to the Ferry fleet features two fully-enclosed passenger decks, a 100-seat, glass-enclosed restaurant with mezzanine lounge, and a food court. For just $8.50 you can sail with us as a round-trip foot passenger. For $12.50 receive the Ferry ride, shoreside transportation and coupons good at more than 300 local merchants displaying the "P, Fare To Remember" decal. Space available on a first-come, first- served basis. Leaving Cape Ha,/, H| Leaving Lewes, DE 8:20 am 10:00 am 11:40 am 1:20 pm 3:00 pm 4:40 pm 6:20 pm 8:00 pm Schedule subject to change