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Golf Continued from page 169 hole-in-one, sponsored by the LNBA, and a 32-inch LCD high- definition TV, courtesy of Skywatch Electronics of Delmar. Fees are $135 for individuals and $540 for a foursome include cart, green fees, hot dog and soda on course, a dinner buffet and an awards ceremony. For registration forms and more information, call the Chamber at 934-6777. CAMP BARNES OPEN - The 2006 Camp Barnes Open golf tournament will begin at noon, Friday, Sept. 29, at the Peninsula Golf & Country Club, 468 Bay Farm Road, Millsboro. The day includes lunch, dinner, door prizes, a silent auction and the opportunity to golf at Delaware's first private Jack Nicklaus signature golf course. Proceeds from the tournament benefit Camp Barnes, owned and operated exclusively by the Delaware State Police, in con- junction with Camp Barnes, Incorporated. The camp has served the chil- dren of the state of Delaware for decades. Each summer 400 chil- dren have the opportunity to attend Camp Barnes and enjoy the many activities the camp offers, free of charge. This year's golf tournament will be limited to 128 golfers. For more information or to obtain a registration form contact Timothy Winstead at 302-739-5963 or Peggy Anderson at 302-739-3991. VIA TOURNEY - The eighth annual VIA (Village Improvement Association) 18-Hole Golf Tournament will be held at 9 a.m., Monday, Sept. 25, at Marsh Island Golf Club, Camp Arrowhead Road, Lewes. It will be a scramble format. The cost is $70 per person which includes: golf with cart, one free mulligan per person, many prizes, raffles and lunch at the Pelican Grille at Marsh Island. For registration, contact Nancy Barlow at 542-4838 or 227-1466. Registration deadline is Monday, Sept. 18. Proceeds will benefit Sussex County charities. KSI TOURNEY RESCHED- ULED - Kent-Sussex Industry's annual 3 Club Tournament has been rescheduled for Wednesday, Oct. 11, due to the excessive heat advisory the first week of August. The tournament limits golfers to three clubs, and prizes are given to the first, second and third place low-net and low-gross winners, as well as to the highest scoring team. An unusual driving range con- test, sponsored by Delmarva Wholesale Bakery, allows golfers to see how far they can drive a Carl Roll. For more information on the tournament or to register, call Alicia Hollis at 422-4014, Ext. 3015. LDAF CLASSIC - The Lower Delaware Autism Foundation (LDAF)/Artisans' Bank Beach Classic Golf Tournament will be held Monday, Sept. 18, at Baywood Greens Golf Course at Long Neck. The annual golf event benefits children and individuals with autism by supporting LDAF ini- tiatives, including local program- ming, teacher training, scholar- ships and autism awareness activ- ities. Volunteers are needed to serve as witnesses for specialty prize and score-enhancing shots, as well as to assist with player regis- tration, sell raffle tickets and mul- ligans, and provide general sup- port to LDAF staff. To volunteer or learn more, con- tact Melissa Tice Martin, program and event coordinator, at 644- 3410 or visit DELAWARE REALTORS TOURNEY - The Delaware Association of Realtors is spon- soring its 2006 golf tournament, Wednesday, Sept. 13, at Bear Trap Dunes. Fees for the tournament are $125 per person or $480 per foursome. The registration fee includes a cart, lunch, prizes and golf. Prizes will be given for first, second and third place, plus clos- est to the pin, longest drive and hole-in-one. Golf award will be given out at the general member- ship meeting from 6:30-7:30 p.m. the day of the tournament at the Bay Center in Dewey Beach. Registration will be held at 8:30 a.m., followed by a shotgun start at 9:30 a.m. Mulligans are avail- able on the day of the tournament. The tournament is open to the first 64 golfers. For more information or to register, call 855-2300. MILLVILLE OUTING - The Millville By the Sea second annu- al Golf Outing will take place Tuesday, Oct. 3, at Bear Trap Dunes Golf Club in Ocean View, beginning with a registration/grilled lunch at 11:30 a.m. A shotgun start at 1 p.m. begins the event, which will be held rain or shine. The cost is $600 per foursome, and includes golf with Captain's Choice format, shirts, outing keepsake, grilled lunch and awards reception, including cock- tail hour and buffet dinner. Tee sign sponsorships are avail- able. To reserve a sport, call Robin at 537-6530 or email robin@themil- The deadline to register is Thursday, Sept. 14. MEALS ON WHEELS TOURNEY - The annual Meals on Wheels Golf Tournament, with a scramble format, will take place Friday, Sept. 29, with a 7:30 a.m. registration and a 8 a.m. tee-off at the Rehoboth Beach Yacht & Country Club. The cost is $125 for an individual and $475 per team, which includes greens fees, cart, beverages on course, lunch, door prizes and awards. A silent and live auction will feature furni- ture, unique items and sports CAPE GAZETYE - Friday, September 1 - Monday, September 4, 2006 - 171 memorabilia, including an auto- with Wesley's nine other regular graphed football from Baltimore season games, begins at 1 p.m. Ravens' kicker Matt Stover. Len Holmquist, a 40-year For more information or to reg- broadcast veteran, will handle the ister, call Kathy Keuski at 645- play-by-play. 7449. Continued from page 170 The complete Wesley schedule will present an eight week Boat- can be found on STATE (HAMBER TOUR- ing Skills and Seamanship course NAMENT - The Delaware State beginning Monday, Sept. 18, at Soccer teams Chamber of Commerce will host Short's Marine Showroom off its 13th annual Chamber Chase Long Neck Road in Millsboro. invited to tourney Classes will be held at 7 p.m. each Attention travel and club soccer Tournament Thursday, Sept. 7, at Monday. teams, both boys and girls in age Kings Creek Country Club in Rehoboth Beach. The cost per The course covers boating brackets U8 through U16: the golfer is $200. Sponsorship equipment, handling, trailering, fourth annual EASLOpen Soccer opportunities are also available, safety, navigation rules and aids, Tournament willbe held in Balti- The event begins with a bag state requirements and inland more, Md. drop and sign in at 10:30 a.m., fol- boating. Boys teams are dates Nov. 10- 1owed by an 11 a.m. lunch and a Students are awarded a certifi- 12 with girls teams dates set Nov. shotgun start at 12:30 p.m. for the cate upon successful completion 17-19. scramble format tournament, of the course. The cost is $30 per The cost to register is $170 for For more information, call student and includes a study man- U8 and U10 teams, and $220 for Sherry Clements at 302-576- ual and workbook. U12 through U16 teams. Early Additional family members can registration deadline for boys 6586. sign up - and share the manual - teams is Saturday, Oct. 7; girls ST. JUDE CLASSIC - St. Jude for $10 per person, teams is Saturday, Oct. 14. the Apostle Parish of Lewes will To register, contact Andy Smith Late registration deadline for host its third annual Golf Classic at 537-2350. boys teams is Saturday, OCt. 21; girls deadline is Saturday Oct 28. on Friday, Sept. 22, at Sussex Late registration fees rise to $205 Pines Country Club in WDEL to broadcast for U8 and U10 teams; $255 for Georgetown. The event benefits Wesley football games U12 through U16 teams. Referee St. Jude's Building Fund. 1150 AM WDEL will broadcast fees are not included. There will be a shotgun start at the entire Wesley College football First-place and runnerup teams 9 a.m., followed by lunch, a silent schedule. The Wesley Wolverines will receive awards and compli- auction and presentation of prizes, play in the Atlantic Central Foot- mentary tournament patches will Each par-three hole will have a ball Conference and open its sea- be give to all teams who enter. prize for any golfer lucky enough son at home on Saturday, Sept. 2, For more information, visit the to have a hole in one, with a major against Waynesboro (Pa.) Col-; email Brian prize on hole 3 - a new Jeep lege. at; or call Cherokee, courtesy of Wright Coverage of this game, along 410-335-7105. Chrysler of Lewes. To sign up, or for additional information call Bill Papa at 645-2390. CADILLAC INVITATION- AL Courtesy Cadillac of Salisbury, Md. is hosting the 2006 Delmarva Cadillac Invitational Golf Tournament to benefit the National Kidney Foundation of Maryland. The annual fundrais- ing event will be held at the ocean City Golf & Yacht Club on Monday, Sept. 11. With 130 tournaments across the nation, this event is the pre- mier amateur golf tournament for charity. The winning foursome is invited to national playoffs in January at the famed TPC Sawgrass in Ponte Vedra, Fla. The national finals is a four-day, 72 hole tournament conducted over the famed Stadium Course at TPC SawgraSs, the TPC Valley Course and Sawgrass Country Club. Many other prizes and gifts are available to the Delmarva golfers. The National Kidney Foundation of Maryland serves the needs of patients and families in 30 counties in Delaware, Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia by providing patient emergency assistance, coordinat- ing educational programs, con- ducting kidney disease screenings and providing medical ID jewelry to patients throughout the Delmarva peninsula. For more information on kidney disease, the National Kidney Foundation or the upcoming golf tournament, please contact Carolyn Smith-Kennedy, Director of Delmarva Services for the NKF-MD at 410-533-3075. On a course this beautiful, k the biggest challenge is eepmg your eye on tlae ball. Nestled into the beautiful countryside of Long Neck, Delaware and just minutes from Rehoboth Beach, Baywood Greens has been called the 'ugusta of the North7 An "exclusively public" championship course, Baywood Greens offers all the amenities of a private club. Set in a quiet, rolling landscape, this spectacular course features Woodside and Waterside nines with timbered bridges, 27 acres of man- made ponds, three tunnels and a breath- . .,,r/L taking array of meticulously maintained flowers, plants, shrubs and trees. Experience the irresistible beauty of golf at Baywood Greens. Call -- (302) 947-9800 or toll free (888) .] ' 844-2254 for golf reservations. Geevls