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Milton kids read 14,814 books during the Summer If you've been looking for Leah or Vicki Addor in Milton this summer and you haven't had much luck,' it's because they've been reading. The two sisters - Leah's a fourth grader and Vicki's a sixth grader - topped this year's list of Milton Public Library Summer Reading Program winners by reading an identical 1,103 books each. According to Milton Librarian Mary Catherine Hopkins, 262 children registered for this year's summer reading program and 199 of them completed the entire pro- gram. Together, they read a total of 14,814 books. The following is a list of chil- dren who read more than 100 books. The number by their name indicates the number of books read: Devon Abele, 139; David Addor, 120, Leah Addor, 1,103; Vicki Addor, 1,103; Danny Baker, 250; Brandy Ben- nett, 157; Brook Bennett, 102; Doug Brown, 100; Tyler Brown, 149; David Burton, 112; Sarah Burton, 214; Sharon Burton, 114; Stacey Burton, 133; and Chede Fairbee, 192. Also, Julie Connelly, 102; Sadie Chudlla, 118; Heather Ferebee, 173; Jamie Ferebee, 206; Jennifer Gerhard, 123; Beth Goedng, 203; Jessica Hop- kins, 305; Samantha Hopkins, 305; Buddy Jennings, 391; Robert Jen- nings, 391; Jean Jennings, 391; Brandy Larrimore, 219; Derek West, 127; and Abigail Webster, 515. Also, James Larrimore, 147; Jen- nifer Larrimore, 230; Michelle Reynolds, 107; Blair Rogers, 151; Feli- cia Satchell, 325; Atavia Satchell, 319; James Satchell, 325; Kara Satchell, 325; Rena Scudiark, 111 ; Zachary Scudlark, 309; Casi Sipple, 205; Justin Uffleman, 232; Stacy Uffleman, 267; and Heather West, 121. Penny West received a special award for her 95 books read. Dennis Fomey photo Robert Jennings looks over a table of prizes under the watchful eye of Milton Librarian Mary Catherine Hopkins. Robert was one of 199 Milton children who read more than 100 books during the library's sunamer reading program. He is surrounded by dozens of other children who turned out Wednesday, July 27 for the awards ceremony. CUSTOM CABINETS Jim Darley Lewes 302-645-1760 Friday  Specials U  " rCHIC w lit 11/4 Primelb" SteamedRib Dinner Lobster or Esr00M N o *12 ' nly R T Monday - 25% off all entr6es Reservations Recommended Group Tours Welcome Dinner from 4.30 p. m. 3 East BayAve., Lewes, DE (minutes from the Lewes Ferry) Call for menu 6 reservations 302-645-0420 all night long Tuesday - Crab cakes '12  Wednesday - *5 off of all grilled dining room entr6es - "Locals Night" '1.50 Domestic beer, 1/2 Price entres in the grill Saturday & Sunday- Selected four- course pre fLxe dinners *30  Bernard Sweetney live Fri., Sat. &Mon. evenings. CAPE , Friday,:i  Atlti 1994 -,1 Wandering Wheels Wandering Wheels launched its 46th coast-to-coast bicycle trip in late June and will be arriving in Rehoboth Beach at the foot of Re- hoboth Avenue to dip their wheels into the Atlantic Ocean on Thurs- day, Aug. 11 at noon. Beginning their tour in Seattle, Wash., the Wheels have selected Rehoboth Beach as their host city for ending the journey for most of their 46 crossings. Epworth U.M. Church is their base while in Re- hoboth Beach, where they will eat their evening meal. The average age of the bicy- headedfor :resort clists is 33, with the oldest being 66 and the youngest 14. They not only come in all ages, but from varied backgrounds. Teachers, engineers, therapists, attorneys, students, pastors, nurses, techni- cians, researchers and retirees make up the group. A major hall- mark of the Wandering Wheels' coast-to-coast cycling efforts has been to encourage participants in religious and spiritual matters. They seek out churches for night- ly lodging to encourage riders concerning the local church and community input. alented CRAFT SHOWS Rehoboth Mall Outside Mall Parking Lot Saturday, August 6, & September 3 Crafters contact - Darlene Stahl 2070 Mustang Cove, Auburn, Pa. 17922 (717) 739-3683 C.arllon00 fine apparel for men & women Fabulous Fall Fashions OUTSTANDING OUTERWEAR Summer Sale ADDITIONAL C.00Ito00 REDUCTIONS 31 Rehoboth Avenue Rehoboth Beach DALLY 9:30 AM - 10:30 PM