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26 - CAPE GAZETYE, Friday, June 7 - June 13, 1996 American Legion Post 5 installs officers, auxiliary officers American Legion Post 5 in Rehoboth Beach installed new officers and auxiliary officers for 1996-97 on June 3. New officers above include (l-r) Don Mastracco, commander, Jim Hollar, first vice comman- der; Jay Gallo, second vice commander;, Ray Eynon, financial officer;, Lou Kupfer, service offi- ce Bill Scheele, chaplain; and Frank Holm)n, sergeant at arms. New auxiliary officers, below, include (l-r) Betty Mastraceo, second vice president; Greta Reed, first vice president; Anna Mac White, treasurer;, Helen Messick, president; Jane Han- dlin, chaplain; Joan Gawler, sergeant at arms, and Paula M. Hollar, historian. Absent was Di- ma Meceney, secretary. Harbor Health residents enjoy "cruise" The residents and Staff of Harbor Healthcare & Rehabilitation Center in Lewes embarked on their "Armchair Cruise" to the Bahamas with a gala "Bon Voyage" party. The festivities included entertainment by the Seaside Entertainers, under the direction of Gent Yenni. Harbor's celebration of National Nursing Home Week concluded with a "Back to Port" party that featured a "continental brunch" and mu- sical entertainment by Ggrdon Jackson. Take Time to Smell the Roses! Bring Your Family and Join Your Friends on June 15th at the Z.,ewes Festiva( of 00ardens Downtown Historic Lewes 15 Gardens Free Tour Transportation Food & Beverage Roving Entertainment And Much More. For More Information, Call For Details (302) 645-8073 Yard, craft sale to benefit DAPI June 14 The annual fundraiser for the Delaware Adolescent Program, Inc. (DAPI), a yard and craft sale, will be held Friday, June 14 at 947 E. Market St., Georgetown. (Rain date will be Friday, June 21). Vendor set up begins at 7 a.m., and outdoor spaces are available for $10 for a lO-foot 20-foot space. Vendors must provide their own tables and set ups. Items include furniture, small ap- pliances, toys, gift certificates, ba- by items, clothing and more. (No early birds or dealers.) There will also be a fried chick- en dinner, featuring two pieces of chicken, potato salad, green beans and roll for $4, and a bake table will be available. DAPI is an alternative school for pregnant teens and teen moth- ers located in Delaware. It is the only private, non-profit organiza- tion in Sussex County working to meet the needs of pregnant ado- lescents. They are also taught skills such as how to write a re- sume, interview techniques and job search methods. Thank you for @ US feel so Our Rehoboth Beach Factory Store has been open one year and we want to thank our customers for making our year such a great one. Please join us Thursday, June 13th from 9 am to 9:30 pm for an open house we're holding in your honor. We'll have refreshments for the whole family. Come celebrate with us, and thanks again! L.L.Bean Factory Stores Quality is part of the bargain. 4565 Highway One, Rehoboth Beach, DE 302-644-2560 Be sure to stop by our other Factory Stores when you're in the neighborhood: Ellsworth, ME Freeport, ME Concord, NH * Nashua, NH North Conway, NH * Lincoln city, OR