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Running Continued from page 50 SEASHORE STRIDER XC SEASON FAST APPROACH- ING - The Seashore Strider Youth Cross Country team is approach- ing another season with high ex- pectations for last year's young group. Last season the Striders sent 12 athletes to the Junior Olympic Na- tional Championships that were held in Providence, Rhode Island. The Bantam (9-10) girls team of Brittany Morris, Elizabeth Pratt, Erin Sexton; Casey Cahill and Maren Ford teamed up to finish 13th in the nation to lead the Strid- ers. Also running well was the Midget (11-12) girls team of Jodi Moore, Christen Sexton, Jenni Hicks, Lucy Short and Meredith Marshall, while Johnny Mancuso and Steven Peck rounded out the crew. This season the Striders will compete at the Lake Forest Invita- tional on Sept. 17, weekly intra- squad meets at Cape Henlopen State Park, and will take part in the Junior Olympic or AAU cross country circuit in November. Follow the local running future every Friday in the Cape Gazette. RACE RAP - The Delaware Seashore Racing Series will con- clude on Saturday, Sept. 3, with the Labor Day Classic 5K to be held at the Grove Park in Re- hoboth Beach beginning at 8:30 a.m. Pre-registration will be held at the Young Avenue Shop until 9 p.m. Friday night Monday, Sept. 5 will kick off the annual Prediction 5K begin- ning at 8:30 a.m. from the Hen- lopen Hotel in Rehoboth Beach. Runners will have their predicted time written on their race number at the registration table and will not be allowed to wear watches in the race. As an added obstacle, there will be no mile markers, no splits, and the clock will be turned around at the finish line. The top 10 runnerswho come the closest to their predicted time will be awarded trophies. Sounds easy? Sure it is, two years ago a nine- year-old boy missed it by one sec- ond, and last year the winner ran his exact predicted time. Come on out and give it a try. The Bottle & Cork 10-rnile run and 5K fun run will be held on Saturday, Sept. 10, beginning at the Bottle & Cork in Dewey Beach. The Seashore Strider Fall Se- ries will kick off on Sunday, Sept. 25, with the Junior Olympic 5K. The fall season is rated by Runner's World as the best time for running and jogging. Hit the roads ... Over & out! CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, September 2 - September 8, 1994 - 51 Beebe plans Classic Horse St00,00w Employees to host second annual event on Sept. 24 to raise money The public and equestrians are invited to attend the second annual Beebe Medical Center Fall Classic Horse Show set for Satur- day, Sept. 24, beginning at 8:30 a.m. at Hud- son's Eagle Crest Aerodrome on Route 1 north of Lewes. The event is being sponsored by Beebe Medical Center's employee fund-raising committee to raise funds for the Vision 2000 expansion project. There is no admission for spectators. In continuing to meet the needs of a grow- ing population, Beebe is currently construct- ing a clinical building adjacent to its new parking garage. Scheduled for completion in February 1996, the 82,000 square foot clinical building will house entirely new surgical devices, in- cluding six new, state-of-the-art surgery suites, with a separate ambulatory surgical center adjacent to the in-patient surgery ser- vices and sterile processes to support the surgery suites. Renee Watson, R.N., chairman of the sec- ond annual Fall Classic, said that the horse show offers 65 classes, 18 championship classes and a President's class. Cost of sponsoring a class is $25 and is tax deductible. "Any individual or business wishing to sponsor a class or championship will be greatly appreciated," said Watson. "Checks should be made payable to Beebe Medical Foundation." 'q'his is an opportunity for families, civic organizations and small businesses tO partici- pate in a major community event at an inex- pensive cost," she added. "We anticipate more than 100 equestrians participating in the show, and expect a crowd of more than 1,000 will attend the show." The event is a member show of the Eastern Shore Horse Show Association and will in- clude a trophy and six ribbons per class. Entry fee is $7 per class; $5 for the warm- up program; and $15 for the President's class. "We are very excited to offer a community event that will provide first class competition for children and adult equestrians of all ages, provide fun and entertainment for spectators, as well as raise money for a worthwhile pro- ject," Watson said. For more information, call Renee Watson at 227-8115; or Beebe Medical Foundation at 644-2900. 'rile GROG SHOP 945-0600 Route 24, Peddler's Village CANS BOTTLES Coors 11.99 Blue Hen 12.95 Bud 11.99 Bud Ice 15.99 Miller Lite 11.99 Coors Light 14.99 Killians Red 12.99 Dundee 14.99 Natural 8.49 Honey Brown Schlitz 6.99 Heineken 22.99 Coors Cutter 7.99 Michelob 15.99 Heineken 19.98 Sam Adams 20.99 Zima 18.99 - Kegs Available -