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Delaware Angola Club resumes meetings The Delaware Angola Club of the National Association For Fam- ily & Community Education will resume its monthly meetings at 10 a.m., Monday, Sept. 9, in the An- gola By The Bay clubhouse. The program will include crafts for Halloween and Christmas and planning the Oct. 19 progressive dinner. The state council meeting will be Sept. 10 in Dover; the county meeting will be at noon, Sept. 15, in Harbeson. For more information, call Angola Home- makers Club President Ruth Lan- gley at 945-4574. Torch Run to host Poker Run Sept. 8 The Law Enforcement Torch run that benefits Special Olympics Delaware will host Motorcycle Poker Run Sunday, Sept. 8. The downstate run check-in is between 8:30 and 10 a.m., at Seaford Harley-Davidson. The runs from all three counties end at the Amer- ican Legion on Route 113 in Dover, where there will be enter- tainment and the Outback Steak- house will provide a cookout. Registration is $20 per rider and $10 per passenger. For details, v.isit the website www.sode.org, send an email to sode@sode.org, or call Special Olympics Dela- ware at 302-831-4653. Handbell Choir Festival Concert set for Sept. 8 The sixth annual Handbell Choir Festival Concert will be at 7 p.m., in Bethel United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall, Fourth Street, Lewes. The handbell choirs of Bethel, Epworth and Long Neck United Methodist churches will present the concert, with a special presentation by the Wilmington Handbell Ensemble, conducted by Michael Helman. Everyone is welcome to attend this evening of music; a free-will offering will be collected. Community quilting bee set for Sept. 7 Quilts of Love, a local organiza- tion making crib-size quilts for at- risk babies, is sponsoring a day of quilt making from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 7, at St. Ed- mond's Catholic Church in Re- hoboth Beach. Quilts are given to infants and children affected by HIV, poverty, drugs, alcohol and serious medical problems. All materials are provided and no experience is necessary. Those who have sewing machines and/or quilting materials are encouraged to bring them. Due to hot irons and extension cords, quilters are advised not to bring children. For more information, call Jan LoBiondo at 645-9386 or Pat De- Voll at 226-0165. AARP 3543 to meet Sept. 10 at Rusty Rudder Bill Jones of Prime Hook Na- tional Refuge will be the speaker at the AARP southeastern chapter 3543's next meeting, set for Tues- day, Sept. 10, at the Rusty Rudder in Dewey Beach. Socializing be- gins at 11:30 a.m., with luncheon to follow. The cost for lunch is $10.50 for members and $11 for nonmembers. For reservations, call Cathy Fisher at 945-0938 or Mary Ann Richard at 945-4763 by Sept, 6. Discussions to focus on God's existence, role An open and candid discussion will take place during approxi- mately eight sessions, held from 7 to 9 p.m., Mondays beginning Sept. 9, in the Lewes area. The sessions will center around the book "The Case for Faith," written by a former atheist and journalist, Lee Strobel. In depth discussions on subjects such as evolution and why innocent chil- dren die will be included. Every- one is invited. For more informa- tion, call Rich Dreason at 644- 0257 or Chuck Smith at 644-1343. Motorize, el Retrcctcmbe Awnings by Ruholdl I,uah. DE " ii to " " "=FREFa M}I'o '= " i call for a Free Estimate li wth a purc ofa attractable Deck , Z27-7330 or PatioAwning.Value up to $650. | Patio Systems, Inc. *Must present coupon by final presentation. | Toll Free 1-866-464-6600 CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Sept. 6 - Sept. 12, 2002 - 41 , ntique Bottle Club show, sale set Sept. 22 The Delmarva Antique Bottle Club will present its lOth annual Antique lottle Advertising and Col- lectible Show & Sale from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Sunday, Sept. 22, at Cape Henlopen High School in Lewes. The event will include about 75 dealers represent- ing other antique bottle clubs from up and down the East Coast. Included will be bottles, jars, stoneware, small tabletop antiques, advertising and other related memorabilia and collectibles. Every category of bot- tle collecting will be representing including milks, beer, soda, inks, food jars, poisons, figurals, medi- cine, bitters and historical flasks. Food will be available and a door prize will given away every year. The r)elmarva Antique lottle Club is a nonprofit organization with the purpose to pro- mote, foster and encourage all activities toward the betterment of antique bottle collecting and to better facilitate the exhibited, promoting and researching o glass and related items. Several displays will be judged and awards presented for originality, histori- cal significance and educational interest. Admission is $2.50, with children under 12 admit- ted free with a parent. For more information, call Ferd Meyer at 945-7072 aox off FALL MERCHANDISE ARRIVING DAILY! 123 2nd Street, Lewes 645-4606 Open Daily Have you received this in the mail? If the answer is  contact us immediately to avoid delays on Election Day. DEPARTMENT OF ELECTIONS Sussex County 119 N. Race St. Georgetown, DE 19947 (302) 856-5367 Verify you are registered to vote at the followingwebsite: http'd/elba2.state.de.us Notice- A person with a physical disability who is assigned to a Polling Place that is inaccessible may, upon advance request made at least 20 days prior to the date of an election to the Department of Elections in the county in which they reside, be assigned to another polling place with the same ballot or. be provided with an alternative means for casting a ballot on the day of election.