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12 -C.JdP GAZ]STIr Eridaty, ,,Imte&apos;Ib"Omtel@@(N) Jim Oresson photo Trail Day a success at Cape Park "We had a real good turnout for this year's Trails Day, and were able to get a lot of work done," said Kevin Moore, Lewes resident and member of Friends of Cape Henlopen State Park, which hosted the event. Shown above, Rehoboth Beach resident Stove Conlon, right, chats over the hot-dog grill with Salisbury resident Jane Lankford, who came to see what she could do to help in the Trails Day activities. Lunch was am- ply provided by the organizers and a big raffle drawing sent many guests and workers home with valuable gift certifi- catos. League of Women Voters holds annual convention The League of Women Voters of Delaware held its annual con- vention in the Sheraton Inn, Dover, on May 20. The featured speaker, Cheryl Graeve, director of field support for the League of Women Voters of the United States education fund office in Washington, D.C., conducted a workshop on diversi- ty within the league. She provided information on membership out- reach and Delaware members re- sponded with questions and ideas about increasing membership in the First State. Discussions led to projects and plans the group has decided to un- dertake, among them a program to increase efforts for voter registra- tion and to emphasize working in tandem with other groups to sup- port environmental, legal and civ- il issues. A new project for the league is the Democracy Network (DNet), a nationwide interactive, online network of nonpartisan, educational electoral information which will address the issues foremost in the minds Of Ameri- can voters. DNet is available to all who have access to the Interact at home, school, the office or a local library. The Web site is <www.dnet.org>. The following state board members were elect- ed: Nadyne Rosen, first vice pres- ident; Letty Diswood, second vice president; Frances Ann Gilbert, treasurer; Rita Smith, secretary; and Carol Jones and Jackie Har- ris, directors. Continuing in office for another year are Anita Puglisi, president; and directors Joann Hasse and Ruth Helm. Anyone in- terested in the League should con- tact the state office at 302-678- 0107. NEW WAVE SOFTUB 3721 Highway One • Rehoboth Beach 1 1/2 miles South of Ocean outlets next to Mack' • Ice Cream 302-227-8484 Call for info package Mort. - Sat. 10.4 • Sun. 12-3 After houm appointments available • 2, 4 and 6 Person Spas • For indoor or outdoor use • Quick & easy installation • Energy-efcient • No special wiring or plumbing required • Sturdy Construction • Variety of interchangeable jets • Easiltt moves from one location to another • Made in the U.S.A. • • Variety of Colors • Use as a Cool Pool or a Hot Tub The Spa of Infinite Possibilities! LOOK FOR IT EVERY THURSDA Published Thursdays by the Cape Gazette Call 645 • 7700 for advertising www.capegazette.corn I I