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32 - CAPE GAZETIE, Friday, August 1 - August 7, 1997 Cape Region churches conclude Vacation Bible Schools Above, Bethel United Methodist Church in Lewes completed its week-long Va- cation Bible School on Fri- day, July 18. The theme for this year's session was "Cele- brate Jesus" and the session ended with a "Celebrate Je- sus" parade of the kids and decorated wagons marching around the block. Bethel's Vacation Bible School served 50 students this year accord- ing to Cathy Benson, a teacher for the school. At left, Bryan Mack and Katelyn Vincent sing along at Epworth UM Church Bible School in Rehoboth. Safe Kids Day set for Sussex UD Center Aug. 13 Don't miss Wednesday, Aug. 13, from 8:30 a.m. to noon for an opportunity to actively involve children in a safety extravaganza that has something to offer for the entire family. The event being billed as Sussex County Safe Kids Day is held in conjunction with the University of Delaware's Farm and Home Field Day at the Research and Education Center on Route 9 between Laurel and Georgetown. Lt. Gov. Ruth Ann Minner, honorary chair for the Delaware Safe Kids Coalition, and Sussex County Council will welcome the children at 10 a.m. Last year, 8,000 children under , •& , I Furntture Restorers, Inc. Finish Removal - Safely remove the existing finish using a modified hand-stripping method and prepare for stain application. Refinishing- Remove the existing finish, stain and adjust color, and apply a new finish to last for years. Restoring - Conserve an old and cherished piece. Repairs & Touch-Up - One year warranty on repairs. 110 New Road At the Lewes Ice Plant Lewes, Delaware 19958-9573 Kieth A. Miller & Lewis W. Miles, Proprietors 302/645-9097 Tues.- Sat. 8.3o to 4:30- Closed Sun. and Mort. A Call Ahead Will Help Us Serve You Better Member, Lewes Chamber of Commerce and Visitor's Bureau, Inc. the age of .15 died from accidental death, 50,000 sustained perma- nent disabilities, 600,000 were hospitalized and almost 16 million were seen in emergency rooms. The sad commentary is that these accidents were needless. Sussex County Safe Kids Day activities will focus attention on the solutions to prevent childhood injuries. Needless to say, every- one needs to do as much as they can at home, in schools, day care centers, recreational programs, places of work and in communi- ties to address the issues. The theme for this year's event is "Gear Up for Safety." The 'Gear Up Games' will be a fun and educational safety experience that will teach childhood injury prevention by practical exercises. Participants will also learn from dynamic speakers, exhibits, pup- pet shows, costumed characters and demonstrations. Activities in- clude fingerprinting, safety town, clowns, hot air balloon, pony and little train rides, a petting zoo and youth entertainment. This year's event will also feature a magician whose presentation is titled "I Am a 10." He will instill strong, posi- tive feelings of self-esteem, self- worth and family values in his young audiences. Other activities include a 911 high demo, a lawn equipment safety skit, Millsboro's Fire Safe- ty House, children's garden, sev- eral rides, face painting and much more. TOPS to meet every Thursday TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) will meet Thursdays at Bethel United Methodist Church located on Fourth Street in Lewes. Weigh-in is at 5 p.m. and the meeting begins at 6 p.m. For more information, call 856-9785. Seaside Country Store • Dept. 56 • PenDelfin Family • Daddy's Long Legs • Byers' Choice Carolers • Santa's Crystal Valley • Tom Clark Gnomes • Cat's Meow Village * Lizzie High Dolls • Afghans • Quilts & Rugs • Halloween Corner • Pottery & Glassware • Silk & Dried Flowers • Christmas Shop • Heritage lace • Bath Shop "The Most Unusual Store on the Shore Freshly Made Gourmet Foods Unique Antiques & Exceptional Fudge & Cheeses Clothing Collectibles Gifts Open Daily Ocean Highway Fenwick Island, DE 19944 (302) 539-6110 NO SALES TAX