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Codi participates in Interfaith project Suzanne Codi of Washington D.C., daughter of Michael and Marguerite Codi of Lewes, recently was among a group of artists in Washington D.C. who hosted First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton during a reception at the J.O. Wilson Ele- mentary School. "The Washington Interfaith Network (WIN) set up an after-school program for children with no place to go when school let out. The programs are targeted for tough neighborhoods. They asked for volunteers to do everything from teach tennis to play instruments, tell stories, and teach drums. Since I live nearby and do decorative murals as a liv- ing, I volunteered with some others to do some mural panels - 10 in all - for the assembly hall and the cafeteria. They were dismal places before but look really nice now." Codi said the panels represent a variety of aspects relevant to the chil- dren's lives which helped maintain their interest. "And now they're really proud because their assembly hall looks terrif- ic." Codi said First Lady Clinton heard about the success of the program and was pleased to hear of the positive differ- ence it was making. She visited the school with Secretary of Education Richard Riley and General Julius Becton and offi- cials of the WIN program. "The kids were so impressed to see the First Lady and I was pretty impressed too,  said Codi. Co- di is shown here at the left of the photo talking with Mrs. Clinton, right. Codi and her husband, Charlie Schlichter, spent considerable time in Lewes about ten years ago while in the process of renovating the old Methodist Church on Mulberry Street into three condominium apartments. Suzanne Rodgers to wed Frank Jones III Mrs. Victoria Rodgers of Elizabeth City, N.C., has an- nounced the engagement of her daughter Suzanne Elizabeth Rodgers to Frank Rogers Jones, III, both of Virginia Beach, Va. Mr. Jones is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rogers Jones, Jr. of Rehoboth Beach. Miss Rodgers is a graduate of the University of North Car- olina at Chapel Hill and has received a Masters of Business Administration degree from Old Dominion University in Nor- folk, Va. She manages Morgan House Antiques of Virginia, Inc., located in Norfolk, Va. Mr. Jones is a graduate of Hamp- den-Sydney College. He is a sales manager with Prudential Financial Services in Chesapeake, Va. An Oct. 18 wedding is planned at the First Presbyterian Church in Virginia Beach, Va. CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, August 29 - September 4, 1997 - 25 League of Women Voters to meet Sept. 9 The Sussex County League of Women Voters will start its 1997- 98 series of meetings with a talk, followed by a question and an- swer period by Rick Tabler, com- mandant of Delaware's onl cor- rectional boot camp' for inmates, which is housed at Sussex Correc- tional Institution. The meeting will be held on Tuesday, Sept. 9, at 7:30 p.m. at All Saints Church Parish House on Olive Avenue in Rehoboth Beach. SeatO e& R EWOO D S100 per CORD Delivered Hickory & Oak Mixed Burns Slow & Clean LAWN ENFORCEMENT 644-1560 ;ti:lt-- i-- :i"'TJllli elo: m -I- Ivltlv/tt,I [(:I: :: - SAVE LIKE 004UD. You won't work hard to find Labor Day savings at our 140 outlet stores. Shop extended hours Sat., Aug. 30 through Mort., Sept. 1 from 10 am - 9 pm. That's more time to save 20%- 70% off original retail prices. Tax-freel Rte. 1 In Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. 888-SHOP333 302-226-9223 Regular Shopping Hours: Mon. - Sat. 10 am - 9 pm; Sun. 10 am - 6 pm. http:/ REHOBOTH Formerly Ocean Outlets & Rehoboth Outlet Center " Experieme the 0001 taste of summer " " at TETA' S WATER ICE AND SOFT SERVE ICE CREAM "Taste the P'rf00emd" South Philly Style Made Fresh Daily Featuring the 'lafi a Cooling mixture of Water Ice and Ice Cream Water lee- Small $1.00 Med. $1.25 Large $1.50 Oelati- Med. $2.25 Large $2.50 -- Pick Up A Quart of Water Ice For The Beach - Only $2.75 -- Add your favorite libation to make a true taste sensation! J 18 Wilmington Ave. 1 Street South of Reh. Ave,, Ocean Block (across from Boudreaux's) OPEN DAILY 11 TO 11 227-5596