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24 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 19 - June 25, 1998 Scout builds Rehoboth Little League playground as Eagle project Rehoboth Beach Boy Scout Troop 85's Steve Conlon, with the help of fellow troop members, has completed his Eagle project, the building of an elaborate playground on the Rehoboth Lit- tie League grounds, off Glade Road. McDonald's of Rehoboth, Jack Lingo Realtor and Re- hoboth Little League donated the money to purchase the jungle gym that Conlon and crew as- sembled, with other donations from the Delcampo family and C.H. McKinney. Shown taking a break as they spread mulch over the atea on Monday, June 8, are (l-r) Dan- ny Thompson, Joe Gallagher, Leader Mark Thompson, Melony Thompson, Conlon, Leader Kevin Conlon, Jason Ordway and Tim LaFontaine. Others who helped with the project were Scout Zach Plummer and Conlon's uncles, John Rodgers and Frank Rodgers, who is also an Eagle Scout. Conlon hopes to attain his Eagle rank in late fail, when a Court of Honor will be -- CAR WASH ~ Saturday, June 20th 9a.m. - ? Epworth Church Parking Lot Baltimore A venue to benefit The Appalachia Service Project ANY DONATION ($) WELCOME PLUS ANY SMALL HAND TOOL WELCOME Rs1118gr - a Clean Car is a Happy Car! Subscribe to the Cape Gazette. Call 645-7700 held. Contestants for local pageants sought Young women, ages 17-24, re- siding in Sussex County in pursuit of scholarship money to further their educational goals should consider entering the Miss Cape Henlopen and Eastern Sussex scholarship pageants. These pageants will be held at 7 p.m.,Thursday, Aug. 13, at All Saints' Parish Hall in Rehoboth Beach, and are a preliminary to the Miss Delaware Pageant, held each June in Rehoboth Beach. Contestants will be judged on their talent, interview skills and physical fitness. There are no costs to apply. The winner will compete for the title of Miss Delaware 1999, with more than $10,000 in scholarships awarded and the opportunity to participate in the Miss America pageant in Atlantic City. Interested women should con- tact Connie Groll at 945-9633 or 645-2833. Bay Country Festival set July 1-4 in Maryland Advance tickets are now on sale Friends Continued from page 22 Friends receive funds from contri- butions, membership dues, an an- nual Labor Day weekend book sale and other activities. Friends President Hope Tyler said that the library especially needs the support of the commu- nity so it can continue to meet its goals. "Membership and contribu- tions to the friends are taxde- ductible. They have a direct influ- ence on the future of the Lewes Public Library and its ongoing ef- forts to provide everyone with the best available services," she said. The Friends meeting is free and the public is cordially invited to attend. Light refreshments will be served following the presentation. for the 1998 Bay Country Festi- val, set for July 1-4 at Sailwinds Park, Cambridge, Md. The Fabu- lous Thunderbirds will headline the entertainment lineup. The fes- tival will also feature carnival rides, concession booths and a fireworks display. For ticket in- formation, call 800-522-TOUR. f 50 Acres of ' Pick-Your-Own-Fruits PEAK OF THE SEASON BIG "Delicious" Blueberries 85/Ib. (74/pt.) 10% Senior Discount on U-Pick Fruit Ready-picked fruit available RYAN'S Berry Farm & Orchard Open 7 a.m. 7 Days a Week In by 7p.m., Pick 'til 8 p.m. LEWES/REHOBOTH: At MacDonalds on RT. 1, take Rt. 24/30 thru Millsbero. Cross RT. 113 and go straight on Rt. 30 for 6 miles. Left on Rt. 26. Go 1 mile to right on Blueberry Lane. Right 1 mile to farm. BETHANY: Rt. 26 to Clarksville stop light. At. St. Georges Church, go straight to Frankford. Right onto Main Street. 4th left-turn onto Oaisey Street. Cross 113 onto Blueberry Lane. Go 5 miles to farm. MILLSBORO: West on Rt. 24/30, 6 miles. Left onto Rt. 26. Go 1 mile & Right on to Blueberry Lane. Go 1 mile to the farm. PLEASE call for picking condilJons or to place ORDERS. FIELD PHONE: 238-7776 Frankford, DE .,) =WE'D LIKE TO TAKE THIS TIME TO ACKNOWLEDGE THE EFFORTS OF THOSE WHO SERVE OUR COMIUNITY AS VOLUNTEERS: You'll find them in local church groups. You'll find them in local service clubs or volunteering at the hospital. In fact, anywhere you find things being done for other people, you'll find volunteers. To all of you who volunteer your help to make our community a better place to live, your efforts are appreciated. 00ounty ULq FO Lewes Senior Center: Jean Metz, Volunteer/Member and Birdie Gailbraith, Director. Rehoboth Beach Milford 226-9800 424-2500 Long Neck Seaford 947-7300 628-4400