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16 -' CAI , Friday, Augut 5 Azzgust II, 1994 Portra ts Denise Marshall photo Children get IDs in Rehoboth The Rehoboth Beach Police Department sponsored a child identification program on the boardwalk at Rehoboth Av- enue on Saturday, July 30. City officers fingerprinted and photographed children and supplied parents with laminated identification cards. Pictured above, Patrolman Richard Schroeter fingerprints 1-year-old Brendon Boyd, of Newark, with a little assistance from his mom, Annette Boyd- Accord- ing to Cpl. Michael Walls, the police department fingerprint- ed and photographed about 100 children before the event was cut short due to inclement weather. Tdsh Vernon photos Harbor Healthcare hosts family picnic The annual Resident Family Picnic was held at Harbor Healthcare Rehabilitation Center in Lewes on Wednesday, July 20. The Seaside Singers performed their songs and skits for the 160 or more residents and their families, who gathered around the gazebo for fried chicken, ribs, hot dogs and all the fixin's, provided by the dietary department. In the photo- graph below, Stanley Gordon of Rehoboth Beach, a Seaside Singers member, serenades U-year-old Tara McCredie of Lewes with the song "Turn Around." I i ....... Denis Marshall photo Comm.nity appreciation day at Burton Village Dozens of family, friends and relatives gathered at Burton Village near Rehoboth Beach on Saturday (July 30) for Community Appreciation Day. Pictured above are: Linda Gibbs, Sussex Family YMCA teacher;, Tecola Gibbs, West Side New Beginnings coordinator;, Jasmine Burton, Burton Village tenant; Joe Brittingham, Burton Village tenant; Donna Connor, Burton Village Tenant Council president; Mary Biles Sturdivant, West Side New Beginnings coordinator; Isaac Fairley, of the YMCA; and Burton Village tenants Joe Brittingham, Leon Epps Jr. and Leon Epps St. Steve Hoenigmann photo Carey's Camp dedicates historic marker Lay Leader Don Ward, right (at podium), spoke briefly on the history of Carey's Camp, the 106-year-old Methodist camp meeting located just west of Millsboro, during the dedication of a historical marker by the Bureau of Archives of the Divison of Historical and Cultural Af- fairs. At left (in front of the marker) is the Rev. Daniel Rich of the Millsboro Charge, which in- cludes both Carey's and Grace United Methodist Churches in the Millsboro area. Tom Sum- mers of the Bureau of Archives (standing between Ward and Rev. Rich) also was on hand for the dedication and thanked church members William Oliver Jones and Thurman Adams for their help in preparing the history of Carey's Camp, which appears on the historical marker.