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Rehoboth Beach Little League fund still growing The Rehoboth Beach Little League Capital Campaign continues to grow withre- cent donations. The pho- tographs here show recent donations of $1,000 each to the fund. Shown in the top photograph are Steve Scheller (r) presenting a check on behalf of Atlantic Portrait Studio to Blake Thompson, chairman of the capital campaign. The bottom photograph shows Nick Caggiano Jr. (1) presenting a check on behalf of Nicola Pizza to Kenny Lin- go, a member of the capital campaign committee. The Rehoboth Beach Little League Capital Campaign is paying for construction of several fields on the Glade Road complex known as Ep- worth United Methodist Park with fencing, conces- sion stand, lights, score- boards, dugouts and a vari- ety of other improvements al- lowing the league to play in first class conditions. Dennis Forney photos i Fishing Report Continued from page 86 soft plastics have turned the trick this summer for trout and floun- der. Gene Racz of R & R Sports said he did very well this week with culprit salt and pepper worms. He also tipped the jighead and worm with clam (lips or strips depending on who you talk to). Indian River The South Pocket at Indian Riv- er Inlet has produced some keeper rockfish on white bucktails tipped with worms. There have also been trout caught at night on mirrolures and school blues caught on wind- cheater plugs in the inlet area. Small rockfish are showing up in Massey's Ditch and flounder fishing is reported to be good in the back bays. Well upriver, white perch continue to please anglers. Surf Surf action is producing a mixed.bag with some school blues, kingfish, blowfish, trout and rockfish. There are fish to be had, but the action fends to be a little spotty.' Sponsors deserve applause Because it's hice to give credit where credit is due, we like to list the sponsors of the Lower Sussex Bassmasters Youth Tournament, held Saturday, June 7. The tourna- ment attracted nearly 100 youth that morning. 100% Financing Available * with approved credit Here are the sponsors for the June 7 fishing tournament: Lower Sussex Bassmasters, Delco Voy- ager, Kersey Outfitters. R & R Tackle, Duke's Boat Sales, Short's Marine, B & R Bait and Tackle, Martin's Bait and Tackle, Joa.nne's Bait and Tackle, Skate- world, Midway Bowl, Barcroft, Lazy Susan's Seafood Dell, Hen- lopen Masonry, Cape Henlopen Elks, Boulevard Auto Sales, Three Starr Deli, Milton Sausage and Scrapple, McDonald's (Lewes and Rehoboth Beacli), Edgehill Pharmacies, Grotto Piz- za, Country Life Homes, Daiwa, B.A.'s Bait and Bassin Shop, Grog Shop, Kupchick's Restau- rant, Pontoon Express. Champion Boats, U.S. Coast Guard Aux., Tracker Boats, Milton Chamber of Commerce, Hoss's Bait and Tackle, Old Inlet Bait and Tackle, Millman's Hardware, Tom Bests, Bill's Bait and Tackle, Tackle Shack, St. Croix, The Broadkill Store, Wilson Baker Exxon, Wil- son's Sunshine Marina, Star Deli, George (Mirrow) Sutton, Hot Diggity Dog, Taylor Tackle, Dunkin Donut, Shep's Bait and Tackle, Herb's Bait and Tackle, Bakers Hardware, Mustad, Gude- brod, Inc., Wilmington Trust Company, Marlin's Bait and Tackle, T.T.I. Company, Ande, Reaction Lures; B.A.S.S. National Federation, Delaware Division of Fish and Wildlife, Bill Lewis Lures, Poe's Lures Co, Crab Barn, Mercury, Eagle Claw, M & N Tackle, Intervet, Charger Inc., Wrangler and O.M.C. These anglers recently went out on Capt. Don Churchill's charter vessel Second To None and got into some slammer blues fishing on the East Lump. Shown with their catch are (l-r) Richard Ford, George Miller, Carolyn Miller, Steve Churchill, Fran Murphy, and Richard Ford Jr., all of Philadelphia. Gregg Keck serves as first mate with Capt. Churchill. c s00e1"00 0000ZETTE o,00I, ,a00'axAa a00a- Friday, June 20 - June 26, 1997 - 87 Whitewater raring trip Aug 7-9 The Reformation Lutheran Church of Milford is sponsoring a whitewater rafting trip at Ohiopy- le Aug. 7-9. The cost of the trip is $35, which will be used to pay the fee for rafting. The camp charges will be paid by the Youth Ministry funds and monies earned through the collection of aluminum cans. Registration must be made by June 29, with checks made payable to the' Reformation Lutheran Church. Those attending the trip should meet at 1:30 p.m. on Aug, 7 in the church parking lot. Departure time is 2 p.m. and the group will return by 4 p.m. on June 9. Anyone 12 and older is in- vited to participate. Soccer tourney at County fair The Latina De Futbol de Del- marva soccer league will host a soccer tournament during the Sus- se x County Fair at the George--- town Airpark on Friday, July 4 be- ginning at 1:30 pan. Three games will be played si- multaneously in the tournament, which will feature the top three teams in the iS-team Delmarva League, two teams from New York and one from North Caroli- na. There will be successive rounds to determine the first, sec- ond, third and fourth place finish- ers. In addition to the tournament there will also be at least one exhi- bition game. An African team from Washington, D.C., will play Delmarva's Group A All-Star team. 'Magic' soccer camps offered in July The Wizard Magic Soccer Camps, presented by the Delaware Wizards Professional Soccer Club, will be at Delaware Technical & Community College during the weeks of July 7-1 t and July 14-18. The fee for the camps is $75 per week. 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