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II0 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Aug. 8 - Aug. i4, 2003 Dan Cook photos Christian singing group Go Fish got the crowd hopping with their high energy beat. Lead singer Jamie Statema from Minneapolis pumps up the praise for the Lord. Flocks of chris- tian music lovers filled the fields at Eagles Nest Campgrounds near Milton Aug. 1-2 as the 12th year of LambJam filled the air with beautiful songs and praise for the Lord. Youth rallys, vendors, sunshine, and plenty of christian tunes were the order of the weekend. LambJam volunteer Shelia Brooks signs a LambJam shirt held by Alexis BUzzard to be given to Bob and Mary Koppen. haver, who donated all food for the hundreds of volunteers for the two day event. Brooks' daughter, Destiny, looks on. Kerry Brown of Rehoboth Beach is moved by the spirit during Tammy Trent's songs of praise. Christine Kennedy signs the lyrics of Cheri Keaggy as she performs her set. Kennedy is but one of many who signs for the Kent Chris- tian Center deaf ministry in Dover. Popular Christian singer Tammy Trent shared songs of praise as she spoke of what the Lord has done for her when she lost her husband in a diving accident on Sept. 11, 2001. Cailyn Edwards, 9, of Milton finds a way to cool off in the 90 plus heat at LambJam. Jon Bourne of Seaford worships the Son, not the sun during LambJam festivitieL