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18 - CAPE GAZETI, Friday, August 5 - August 11, 1994 Portraits Campo off to teen competition Angela Campo is this year's Delaware National Teenager. Campo competed in a pageant on June 12, won top honors, and will go on to compete at the national level in August. The pageant, a competition for scholarships, encompasses a persoaal in- terview, a review of scholas- tic achievement, a record of community and co-curricular involvement, and an evalua- tion of presence and compo- sure in an evening gown. Because of her win, Campo was offered a $5,000 scholar. ship to the University of Red- land in California, a renew- able $11,500 full scholarship to any of the art institutes in the country, $14,100 to Okla- homa City University, and a $1,200 modeling scholarship to John Robert Powers. Cam- po will attend the national competition on August 10 in Opryland, Nashville, Tenn. Lewes celebrates National Night Out More than 300 Lewes residents turned out to Blockhouse Pond Park on Tuesday afternoon and evening for Lewes's participation in the National Night Out Against Crime project. A va- riety of law enforcement agencies from throughout Delaware was on hand to demonstrate safety devices and techniques. Those demonstrations were interspersed among a carnival at- mosphere which included barbecued chicken, burgers and hot dogs, live music from a num- ber of local bands and karaoke that brought out lots of local talent. Shown above is a group of local children who were intrigued by the car and equipment displayed by New Castle County Police Department's Patrol Officer Claudine L'Haridon. Shown left to right are Tony Quinn, Tyrone Woodyard, Erin Thompson, Lamarr Hurst, Brian Thompson, James Levett, Kevin Thompson, Patricia Lovett, and TI. Fitzgerald. Officer LFIaridon holds Brooke Wright. In the bottom photo are Diaz Bonville (1), Community Prevention Coordinator for the Lewes and Rehoboth area, and Lewes Acting Police Chief Ronald "]30" Goech. The men were chairmen of the National Night Out celebration in Lewes. H Dqnnis Fomey photos Steve Hoenlgmann photo Library building fund gets boost The Millsbero Library building fund got another boost last week when Sussex Memorial VFW Post 7422 of Millsboro and its Ladies Auxiliary presented checks totaling $1,010 to the committee in charge of raising $500,000 for a new library. Pictured from left are Doris Koehler of the building fund committee; Sandy Baker, captain of Station 94 - the ambu- lance service sponsored by the VFW Post; Melanie Marshall, secretary for Station 94; and Atwood Timmous, Commander of VFW Post 7422. To date the committee has raised more than $22,000, with $2,000 of that amount coming from the lo- cai VFW Post. li00:!iii00i00ii00iill 00d0000i:ii!i: 00iiiiiiiiiiiii;!iiiii!iiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiii!iii!iiiii!@iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii i i00il Brownies plant flowers at Mancini Park Girl Scout Troop 1361 of Lewes recently planted flowers at Philip Mancini Park at Shields Elementary School in Lewes. Those who participated include (1. to r.) Carly Thurman, Jordan Bryan, Jenny Dukes, Jackl Warren, Lindsey Roth, Madalyn Riggins, Katelyn Sexton, Sarah Miller, Melissa Class, Georgie Buck and Lauren Roth, Junior Girl Scout helper. Windsor's and Tom Best donated the flowers.