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T S D 9900h De(aware DOC graduates new officers In a ceremony that took place June 17, the Delaware Department of Correction (DOC) graduated and as- signed 14 cadets to serve as correctional officers in facili. tie and institutions around the state. - Cadet took the oath of of- fice and received assign r ments before family, friends and DOC officials at the de- partment's administrative headquarter in Dover. Cadet completed eight week of training. They re- ceived hands-on, physical and classroom training in several area including weapons familiarization, de- fensive tactfe., report writ- ing, substance-abuse train- ing and interpersonal com- munication. Shown is Shelby Stevens of Milton, who was assigned to the Delaware Correctional Center. Submitted photo CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 24 - June 27, 2005 - 109 New book sniffs out best places to walk your dog in Delaware Dog owners probably don't stop to figure out just how far they walk with their dogs. Those who walk just 15 minutes aday will have walked far enough in their dog's lifetime to cross the United States. A new book offers dog walkers the chance to discover new hiking spots across the state to make those walks a bit more interesting. "Doggin' Delaware: The 40 Best Places to Hike With Your Dog in the First State" explores the best galls with man's best friend. While walking the dog, Delaware author Doug Gilbert also brings along generous helpings of local history, botany, geology, architecture and more. Delaware dog owners can hike with their dogs on sand trails, climb hills, walk on some of the most his- toric grounds in America, explore the estates of America's wealthiest families or circle lakes for seven miles without ever losing sight of the water. Also included are local beach regulations for dogs, listing of area dog parks, outfitting your pooch for a hike, 10w-impact hiking and more. Delaware artist Andrew Chesworth provides orig- inal illustrations for the book. "Doggin' Delaware" is available at local book- stores, veterinarians and pet stores for $9.95, or online at hikewithyourdog.com. The site also offers hiking tours with other dog owners and their canine pals. For a discounted price on multiple copies of the book, fax orders to 302-326-0400. o% AT THE BEACH FOR LIFE [ . Listing all Restaurants at the Delaware Shore Complete Information on Member Restaurants