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28 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 24 - June 27, 2005 Letters Continued from page 26 week, June 13-17), we failed to find her wallet. My daughter was devastated and in tears because she just grad- uated from high school. Like a -typical teenager, all the pictures of her friends were in her wallet (most important, of course), not to mention $50 in cash, her driver's license, her new college ID which she just got the previous week, and several gift cards she received for graduation. When we returned home to Col- orado on the night of Jun-e 1.2, there was a Priority Mail enve- lope from Milton. Lo and behol-dS, a nice lady, who was on a--n in Milton, found my daughter'_s wal- let. She gathered what she c6uld and mailed everything to her. What a pleasant surprise. There are still good people in this world. There are good people in Delaware. To thank the very nice lady in Milton, my daughter left a voice mail message for her on Saturday, June 18, then we sent her a mini rose plant arrange- ment. Thank you, thank you, thank you. Caroline Conway : mgh00d0000, Co00o. Long Neck school thanks American Legion The following letter was sent to the American Legion Post 28 Ladies Auxiliary, with a copy sub- mitted to the Cape Gazette for publication. On behalf ofthe Long Neck El- ementary PTO, staff d students, h fgm iut witk SPring iiitb Action for Our Troops fundraiser. Your help and enthusiasm with this project made it possible for us to present a check to you for the purchase of phone cards for the U.S. troops in Iraq. The students, teachers and parents brought in all of their spare change to donate to this project, and raised more than $2,000 in a span of 12 days. The children had a lot of fun drawing pictures and making small gifts to help brighten the days for them. This made them realize how im- portant it is for them to be able to speak with their families and keep in touch with them. We always welcome communi- ty support in our school. The American Legion and Ladies Auxiliary of Post 28 are always willing to step in and help us in any way and we truly appreciate your efforts. The students here at Long Neck Elementary are very fortunate to have such caring community members in our American Legion Post 28. Thank you again so very much for your help and support. This is something I feel the children will remember for years to come. The pizza was a great treat for them al- so. Annette Hoffman President Long Neck Elementary PTO Casa San Francisco thanks community Our luncheon/silent auction held April 30 at the Baycenter in Dewey Beach was a great suc- cess, thanks to your donation and those of other contributors and participants. More than 200 people who at- tended enjoyed the luncheon and were most generous in bidding for the auction articles. , "Proceeds from this Casa fundraiser will enable us to con- tinue serving the most needy pea- pie in our county with emergency Deal qn  qTew Currenc2 yesterday it was asdaq and tile Dow, today it is qea( qro.pertaj, qime to diversify. Zook to the beaches of qe(wq, Lewes, and Bethany . . . we dea( in a different currency. f you are interested in a sound investment, as weff as a property you can enjoy, then caff a trmtedent to flnd thepeect pface for you. Call fenry qvlcay at 3o2.226.6648. fayyiness qs eafin 8 qn Our Currency Jadt U R E A L"R email: 246 Rehoboth Avenue Rehoboth Beach Delaware 19971 302227.3883 food, shelter and financial aid pro- grams. We thank you again for your generous contribution. Theodora Canavan volunteer solicitor Article on Holocaust required reading Concerning the article in the June 3 edition, "Dewey couple can't forget or forgive Holocaust," this is one of the best written arti- cles I've ever read in the Cape Gazette. And the- subject matter is heartrending. The article should be :required reading for every high school stu- dent, so that no one in the future forgets what happened in World War II. It should also serve as a warn- ing to all for what could happen to innocent minorities in any coun- try, including ours, under an ex- treme right wing government. Bud Andrew Rehoboth Beach We need traffic cameras I can't wait'till some traffic cameras come to this area. I-can think of two intersections right away that warrant the instal- lation of these cameras. First one, Route 9-Route 1 Five Points intersection; the second one, the Kings Highway-Route 1 intersection. To sit and watch the number of people who disregard the red lights in these two locations in un- believable. I'd send in a donation to help with the cost. JUST GIVE US TWO! Joseph M. Slavish Lewes Imagil your day with a stunning sunrise, a refreshing dip in your pool, a game of bridgew'rth your friends in Bay Crossing's 5,000 sq. ft. planned clubhouse, all before lunch! For Active Adults ages 55 or better, Bay Crossing is a dream come true, With a Lifestyle Director, futt amenities, and lots of on-site recreation, you'll never get bored. PictOresque Bay Crossing is where Pulte Homes offers three luxurious single-family home designs, and two villa floorplans, all with first-floor living and low-maintenance features. Clubhouse Grand Opening July 9th! RSVP for the event at (866) 785-8313 by July 1st. Homes for Immediate Move-In! Priced from the mid $300s. Open Daily lOam - 5pm. Brokers AIwaysWelcome. Take Rt. 50 East from the Bay Bridge to Rt. 404 East to Rt. 1 South. Please note that at times Rt. 404 East will run concurren.t with other highways---continue to follow signs for Rt. 404 East. Onceon Rt. 1 South, the community is approximately 1.7 miles on the left. MHBR #516 Availability, prices, terms and conditions subject to change without notice. The way it should be"