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20 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 9 -June 15, 1995 Portraits Rehoboth Lions install officers, award Melvin Jones recipients The Rehoboth Beach Lions Club held its installation of officers and honored recipients of the Melvin Jones Fellowship during a dinner at the Sea Horse Restaurant on May 24. The new officers include (L to r.) Jim Mays, secretary;, Bob Taylor, immediate past president; Jack Brinckmeyer, King Lion; Jim Mayben, first vice president; Loire Larsen, second vice presi. dent; Rod Pettigrew, Lion tamer;, and Kelly Foster, tail twister. Those receiving the prestigious Melvin Jones Awards from the Lions Club International Federation are (I. to r.) Jack Deeds, Edgar Cole, Orme Meade and Ray Nelson. In recognition of their commitment to serving the world community, the Me].vin Jones Fellowship is the foundation's highest honor and named for the Lions Club International founder. They were bestowed a finely era/ted plaque and lapel pin ackno their dedication to the foundation's humani. tarlan Soa The Rehoboth Beach Lions Club recently published the 40th edition of its Rehoboth Telephone Directory, a very handy reference book with all 227 and 226 exchange rest. dential and commercial tele- phone numbers, as well as re- sort area advertttdng. Chair- men of this year's efforts are Walt Little (left) and Jim Murray. John J. Shwed (right), past District 4 governor, presents the Ralph Helm Fellowship Award to outgoing Rehoboth Li- ons Club President Bob Taylor for helping fellow Delaware- arts in monetary needs as Lion Jim Hudson looks on. Trish Vernon photos American Legion Henlopen Post 5 of Rehoboth Beach held its installation of offi- cers at its Monday, June 5 meeting. Those installed in- elude (I. to r.) Lou Kupfer, service officer;, Jack Watters, adjutant; Dick Lewis, second vice commander; Frank Williams, financial officer;, Frank Holson, sergeant at arms; Paige Cherrix, com- mander of the Department of Delaware American Legion and installing officer; Don Mastracco, commander;, Bill Scheele, first vice comman- der. Not shown is James Hol- lar, chaplain. At right, veter- an Warren MacDonald (left) of Rehoboth Beach, accepts an award for a 50-year of con- tinuous service to the Ameri- can Legion from CherrLx. American Legion installs officers, presents 50 year service award Young Republican group to meet June 13 Sussex County Republican Chairman Roland Derrickson meets with Ginny Hollis of Seaford and Robert Shaffer of Re- hoboth Beach as they plan the first meeting of the Teen Young Republicans Club of Sussex County recently. The group welcomes teenagers interested in political activ- ities involving county, state and national candidates and will hold its first meeting at 6:30 p.m., Tuesday, June 13 at Grotto Grand Slam, Rt. 1, Lewes. For more information call head- quarters at 856-6323.