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14 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, August 20 - August 26, 1993 Dennis Forney photos Bargains on Broadkill big success! The 8th annual Bargains on the Broadkill event held Satur- day, Aug. 14 drew the largest ever crowd and number of ven- dors according to Milton Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Barbara Fieetwood. Hundreds of people enjoyed shopping and refreshments on a warm day and strolled (above) across Milton's version of the Rehoboth Beach board- walk: the new fishing bridge across the Broadkili River just below the Union St. bridge. They also enjoyed live music pro- vided by the Gospel Disciples of Trinity Faith Christian Cen- ter in Lewes (below). Members of the band include (l-r) Daryl Duffla, vocals; Lester Sunkett, drums and vocals; Rick Hugh. es, bass; and Jesse Murphy, guitar and vocals. Milton's next events include a town.wide yard sale on Saturday, Sept. 11, and a Fishing Tournament on Sunday, Sept. 26. VIA presents art awards The GFWC Village Improvement Association (VIA) has begun sponsoring an annual art award to honor local artists participating in the Rehoboth Art League's Members' Fine Arts Exhibit, which runs through August 28. This year's VIA winners are: Betsy Jones, first prize; Julie Molyneux, second prize; Florence Fitler, third prize; and Robert E. Doney, hon- orable mention Doney is pictured above displaying his win. ning artwork with VIA president Ann Drummond. "The V'fl- lage Improvement Association takes pride in its long, close relationship with the Rehoboth Art League, said Drummond. "And we are pleased to be able to recognize the achievements of our local exhibitors." The Village Improvement Association is a member of the General Federation of Women's Clubs. is our pride you take in your usiness is much like a parent's pride in a child. So, when the time comes to take out a Business Loan, come to where you're somebody special. We'll take care of your business as if it were our own. For present or future goals, special Business Loans can help stimulate growth by enabling you to obtain funds for needed equipment, expansion, or perhaps new facilities. In addition, our competitive rates and terms will keep you comfortable. So, when it comes to taking care of your baby, see our Business Loan Specialists. 4299 Highway One 10 Long Neck Shopping Center