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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 13 - June 19, 2003 - 59 Edk Sumption photos 'Little Angels' graduate from preschool Little Angels Preschool held a graduation ceremony for two through four year olds Friday, May 30. Dancing during the song "Shake Your S/llies Out" are two-year-olds (above l-r) Brad Hitchens, Michael Martz and Ryan Head. Above left, examining their graduation gifts and diplomas are 4 year olds Allie MechHnkski, at left, and Zoe Landry. The Class of 2003 visors helped shade the children on the sunny spring day. At left, fouryearlds performed "Twinka Linka Link" dur- ing the graduation ceremony. Pictured are (l-r) Alyssa Houghtling, Carlee Montogomery, Erin Kane, Troy Draine, Max Elder and Scottie Gibson. A porch with a view, a neighborhood you'll love. v A Limited Selection ofNew Homes Overlooking the Water and Wetlands, from the Upper $130s Boat Slip Use Jedl *Sde We,e Savecl the Best for Last The sun is just about to set on The Reserve at Rowlock, an enclave of distinctive new homes with million-dollar views of pristine wetlands, marinas and breathtaking Indian River Bay. Finished with every possible amenity, these homis aren't for everyone - only for those discerning individuals who enjoy the very best the resort lifestyle has to offer. Private bay beaches, miles of walking trails and golf car paths, swimming pools, tennis courts, crabbing and fishing docks, and private marina access are just some of the many amenities enjoyed by Pot-Nets community residents. And with prices starting from the upper $130s, The Reserve at Rowlock is proof that million-dollar views don't have to cost a fortune. But you'd better hurry, selection is limited and these homes are sure to go fast.