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" *26- CAPE GAZETTE, Fi-iday, July I4 "July 20, 2000 Dr. David D'Orta of Washington, D.C. and Rehoboth Beach, left, hosted Out at the Top in Rehoboth Beach on July 8. He's seen here with Russell Stuckey of the Mallard Guest House of Rehoboth Beach. w vw.igburton.com Melissa Clink, owner of At Melissa's Bed and Breakfast of Rehoboth Beach, is seen at Out at the Top with Tracy Greet of Los Angeles and Guy Abernathy of Washington, D.C. Bank-issued, FDIC-insured to $100,000 1-year 6.85% APY* Minimum deposit ,000 3-year 7.00% APY* Minimum deposit $5,000 5-year 7.05% APY* Minimumdes, Annual Percentage Yield (APY) - Interest cannot remain on deposit; periodic payota of interest is required. Effective 7/11/00. Call or stop by today. Anthony Ege|n New Devon Inn 142 Second St., Lewes 645-7710 www.edwardjoncs.com blember SIPC Warren C. Hardy #7 Lighthouse Plaza, Rt. I Rehoboth Beach 227-2771 Edward Jones Serving Individual Investors Since 187z Clout Continued from page 25 and that of the kids coming up." He told the crowd to a strong round of applause that "equal is equal and your relationship is as valid as your parents'." This type of attitude, Anderson said, keeps the gay and lesbian community acting as adolescents and unfortu- nately, a significant number of gays and lesbians like it that way - it's easier to not take relationships seriously. Through HRC, Anderson trav- els around encouraging gays and lesbians to buy into the political process and vote, having his own page on gay.corn where he pres- ents his own column. Citing the huge power base the gay and les- bian community could have, he called on everyone present to take the responsibility of registering and getting to the polls. Eikins noted that Rehoboth is fortunate "to be a place where they handle harassment quickly. If we didn't take responsibility, we'd have no one to blame but ourselves." Anderson replied that other than its support for AIDS-related causes, Hollywood has no similar group to CAMP Rehoboth to help in a crisis. But he holds out hope that in 20 years, the gay and lesbian issue will be "old news and boring" as equality is achieved. "You have every opportunity to get involved - you have a right to be here and fell free, whether in Rehoboth or Sussex County," An- derson stressed. Everyone gathered was also urged to get involved and become members of the Federal Club, principal stakeholders in the at- tainment of HRC's mission and leaders at the national and local levels in the fight for lesbian and gay equality. Federal Club mem- bership categories begin at $1,200 a year and provide frequent op- portunities to interact with fellow members and the HRC board, sharing insights in informing their strategies and priorities. The Hennessy Out at the Top events are a national series of spe- cial events featuring high profile openly gay individuals and de- signed to provide stimulating con- versation on topics of interest to the gay and lesbian community. Other featured speakers have in- cluded Bruce Cohen, Oscar win- ning producer of "American Beauty;" Pete Williams of NBC News, former special assistant to President Clinton; and Richard Socarides and Max Mutchnick, creator and producer of the TV show "Will and Grace." For more information, contact the HRC Federal Club in Wash- ington, D.C., at 202-628-4160. Genealogical Society to sponsor trip to Trenton The Downstate Delaware Genealogical Society will sponsor a ge- nealogy trip to Trenton, N.J., Aug. 1. The trip will include a visit to the New Jersey state archive and the New Jersey state library. The bus will pick up in Milford at 6 a.m., Dover at 6:20 a.m., Smyrna, 6:40 a.m., 6:50 a.m. in Boyd's Corner and the Park and Ride area in Wilmington/Newark, Routes 1, 7 and 273 at 7 a.m. The cost of the trip is $22. For more information, call 335-0799 or e-mail HOLLYSTVSV @ aol.com. h gD Ig o,er,,,ou can't re, use... 4.9% APR on select BMW 3 Series in stock.* "97 BMW 328 ia 111 -]]]rllll ................................................................................................................................ = Certified Pre.-OvJned --__-- I III I I b]f IiW Automatic, Prem., Sunroof, White/Sand #420123 s28,900 _ Certified Pre-Owned ---- "97 BMW 328 isa Avus Blue/Grey Leather, Automatic, Sunroof. #420125 s26,900 lrr ............................................................. Certified Pre-ChNned - " " by IMw 4.9L 1-888-424-3042 1-302-424-3042 * Financing for qualified buyers through BMW Financial Services North America, Inc. Subject to vehicle availability and applies to specific models only. hg." Burl00n Imports ROUTE I 13 e MILFORD, DE