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bl Ui Jim Westhoff photo Coast-to-coast ride ends in Rehoboth Beach Stephen David dips the wheels of his bicycle into the Atlantic at Rehoboth Beach moments after completing a ride across the country. After finishing his doctoral studies at University of California at Berkley, David is set to begin post-doctoral studies in neuroscience at Universi- ty of Maryland College Park. Since he has always wanted to do a cross-country ride, and he had a few month until school starts in Maryland, he decided to jump on the saddle and start pedaling. He left San Francisco May 2, and said one of the toughest weeks was the first one when he was still getting in shape. He said Utah was particularly nice, and he enjoyed crossing the Continental Divide in the Rocky Mountains. "It's a great way to see the country in a more interactive way," he said. He had no injuries or spills to slow him down along the way. "I actually feel pretty good right now," he said, just before peeling off his biking jersey and diving into the surf. CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 24 - June 27, 2005 - 107 Jim Westhoff photo Heart Walk volunteers get marching MaryBeth Furjanic, the division director of American Heart Association, spoke to volunteer leaders of the upcom- ing Heart Walk during a meeting at Redden State Forest June 13. Scheduled for 10 a.m., Saturday, Oct. 1, at the Redden State Forest, the Heart Walk is a fundraiser to help support the ef- forts of the American Heart Association. Walkers are chal- lenged to raise money by getting donations and sponsor- ship. Last year, the Heart Walk raised $107,000. This year, they hope to raise $130,000. For more information, call the local chapter of the Ameri- can Heart Association at 856-7386. IIIIIII li II I I I Kill Theaters so intense you may think twice about what you watch. Meet the Dust Mite. You cannot see them, but millions are thriving in your mattress and causing havoc on your body's immune system. Now, there is a solution... A safe, revolutionary service helping to reduce harmful pollutants in your mattress and provide healthier living! Call for your FREE mattress test today! 302-644-8778 Custom Home Theater Plasma's & LCD's 4p Whole House Audio/Video Structured Wiring 4 Automated Home Control Central Vacuum Systems Motorized Shades 4k Security Commercial/Residential CUSTOMIZING YOUR HOME THEATER 721 Rehoboth Avenue Suite 5 Rehoboth Beach Telephone: 302.227.4200 , www.home.and-ompany.om ................ i