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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, August I - August 7, 1997 - 21 Ang|e Moon photo Diaz Bonville, University of Delaware Extension Service safety specialist (right), fits a helmet onto Brandalyn Biles of Rehoboth Beach during the kick off of the Delaware Bicycle Helmet Bank program July 28. In the background, Cpl. Lionel Maull of the Delaware State Police Rural Community Polic- ing Unit, does the same for Brandon Felton of Rehoboth. Delaware bicycle helmet bank now up and running The Delaware Office of High- way Safety has initiated a pro- gram to provide bicycle helmets to children of low-income fami- lies in an effort to ensure compli- ance with Senate Bill 57. The bill, signed into law by Gov. Thomas Carper on May 23, 1995, requires bicycle riders under the age of 16 to wear a protective helmet. The Delaware Bicycle Helmet Bank will make helmets available to those with a demonstrated fi- Continued on page 24 TAKE A BEACH PARTY CRUISE * :.. ABOARD THE LUXURIOUS TWIN CAPES SUNDAYS, AUGUST 3 n*, 17 TM AND 31 sT i ,72;i Take a sunset cruise on the Delaware Bay while you listen to the sounds of 'iSystem 7" (formerly Joyride), one of the hippest bands in the area! loin us for three hours of continuous music and fun. The Twin Capes Deck will be wide open for dancing. oarding begins at 4:30. Cruise time is from 5:00 until 8:00 PM. d and beverages may be purch,:on board. iiill ::. ii00'i00il Adults: $20 Kids 12 and rindS:S10, /f_'-t Call 1-800-64-FERRY. .)) for reservations .. ,:,, ..... * Sorry. food and beuerages will not be permitted to be carried on by passengers