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Briefly Safety council offers boating course July 25 The Delaware Safety Council will offer the official DNREC-ap- proved Boating Safety Course in Sussex County from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday, July 25, at Delaware Technical & Communi- ty College, Georgetown. The class will be held in the Higher Educa- CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, July 3 - July 9, 1998 - tion Building, Room 555A. This eight-hour classroom course is designed to comply with the state law, which now requires any person born after Jan. 1, 1978, to complete a boating safety course before operating a motor boat on Delaware waters. The fee for this course is $30 per person and includes all in- structional materials and a DNREC certificate of completion. Class size is limited and preregis- tration is required. For more infor- mation or to register, call the 109 Delaware Safety Council at 302- 654,7786. Ronald McDonald House golf tourney is Aug. 10 The 10th annual Ronald Mc- Donald House of Delaware Better Ball Golf Tournament will be held Monday, Aug. 10, at Bidermann Golf Course. The shotgun start is at noon. The cost is $275 per play- er and includes lunch at Bider- mann and dinner at Vicmead Country Club. YAM AHA ..... Engineered for life. RBCC holds member-member tourney Despite iffy weather, 42 members of the Rehoboth Beach Country Club's "18-holers" competed for honors in the June 24 member-member tournament. The course was in excellent shape and summer rules were played. Gayle Truitt, left, and her partner Shirley Conley won first low net with a 60. Carole Ann Medd and partner Jean van Pelt won the low gross cate- gory with an excellent score of 78. Three pairs of ladies tied for second place in the low net category with scores of 62, forcing a playoff. Ginger Cassett and Ann Lewis beat Lucy Hammond, Jean Archino, Pat Beebe and Jeanne Fischer for second place. They needed only one extra hole to determine the winners. FRAMING NAILS ROOFING NAILS NAIL GUNS MILWAUKEE ACCESSORIES DELIVERIES AVAILABLE CALL FOR DETAILS CALLAWAY BIGGEST BIG BERTHA was $500 NOW $450 CALLAWAY GREAT BIG BERTHA was $400 NOWS350 ODYSSEY PUTTERS - ALL MODELS 10% OFF PING !SOPUR PUTTERS Reg. $105 NOW S89.95 CALLAWAY. PING. ODYSSEY. PRECEPT Taylor-made Hats lO%OFF Worcester Country School honors athletes The Worcester Country School in Berlin, Md., held its sports award banquet before the end of the recent school year. Some of the award winners from the Lewes-Rehoboth area include Alyson Uriah, who lettered in three sports; Chris Hudson, who was named Most Valuable Player (MVP) for the boys' varsity lacrosse team; Trip Dyer, whose 30 goals and 20 assists earned him MVP honors for the boys seventh- and eighth-grade team; Tosh Tryon, who earned the Coach's Award for the same team; Laine Tunnel, who received the Most Improved award for the girls' seventh- and eighth-grade team; and Lacey Kenworthy whose 23 goals and 15 assists earned her the Coach's Award for the same team. All of the Worcester Country School athletes who received awards at the banquet are pictured here. They are (back row, l-r) Justin Howarth, Tosh Tryon, Alekssanda Strauss, Nick Kingery, Monica Homer and Chris Hudson. In the middle are Erin Greco, Katie Naughton, Phillip Rothschild, Kevin Crooks and Dee Johnson. In front are Alyson Urian, Laine Tunnel, Trip Dyer, Lacey Kenworthy and Jennifer Homer. SALES SERVICE (HmZmjl BOSTITCH Stanley Fasleng Systems NrrAONI j// GOLF BAGS 15% / o,,,, GOLF PARK R E H 0 B OTH BEACH LADLES "Defining The Women's Game" NANCY LOPEZ CLUBS 441 Country Club Rd., Rehoboth Beach 302-227-2500