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@1 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6 - MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 2013 rAITN & gPIP.ITUALITV Cape Gazette Briefly )) Continued from page 67 have free face painting, free inflatables, free food and drink including snow cones and popcorn, and free live music. The event is for all ages. Solid Ground Community Church meets at the Cape Henlopen Senior Center, 11 Christian St. in Rehoboth Beach. Sunday services are held at.lD a.m. For more information about Solid Ground Com- munity Church or this event, visit www.solidgroundcc.com. Unitarian Universalists to meet Sept. 8 The Unitarian Universalists of Southern Delaware will meet at 10 n., Sunday, Sept. 8, at 33739 Marsh Road in Lewes. The topic is Faith vs. Fear, How We Deal With Issues in Our Daily Lives. Most people have faith in something. Gabriel Zepecki, a longtime member, will address how one must turn to something ha order to bring balance and reason into life. For details, call the church office at 302-645-6334 or visit uussd.org. Bethel UMC offers financial class starting Sept. 11 A financial class dealing with the Christian way to learn to live debt-free will be offered from 6:30 to 8 p,m., Wednesdays, Sept. 11 to Nov. 6 at Bethel United Methodist Church, 129 W. Fourth St. This life-changing class is taught by Dave Ramsey and the Financial Peace University teaching team on video and coordinated by Burt Murray at Bethel United Methodist Church. For more information contact Murray, 302-228-2758 or hbmg@comcast.net. Visit www.daveramsey. co/fpu/locations/org/45731/class/233426. Bible study class starts at Lutheran Church The Lutheran Church of Our Savior will offer a midweek Bible study series from 1 to 2:30 p.m., starting Wednesday, Sept. 11. The first class will be How We Got the Bible, a five-week DVD-based study narrated by Dr. Paul Maier and supplemented by additional handouts and in-class small group discussion. The second class will be a 16- week class, The Bible for Busy People. Call the church at 302-227-3066 to register for this Bible study series or go to lcosrehoboth.org. idsing Sun Lodge to host chicken and fish dinner Rising Sun Lodge No. 4, 516 Chestnut St. in Milton, will hold a chicken and fish dinner from noon untii sold out Saturday, Sept. 14, to help raise money for its scholarship fund. The lodge will offer eat-in or takeout at $10 per person. For information call Bruce Duffy at 302-645-5574. Rising Sun Lodge No. 4, Free and Accepted Masons, Prince Hall Affiliation, is an historic African-American Masonic Lodge which received its charter in 1853. The group has occupied the 19th century building since 1939. Register by Sept. 10 for Sept. 21 Sand Dollars The Lutheran Church of Our Savior will host Sand Dollars Game Day Luncheon from 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 21. Games include Bridge, Mah-]ongg, Pinochle, Scrabble, Hand & Foot, or par- ticipants may bring their own games to share and play. Participants :an form a table, play their own game, or register as singles and orga- nizers will fred a table. Cost is $15 per person and includes lunch, door prizes and tons of fun. Funds raised will benefit local charities. For more information and to register, call Willa ]ones at 610-74Z-0161 or dtll the church office at 302-227-3066. Registration deadline is Sept. 10. Knights selling tickets for Polish Dinner Sept. 28 Enjoy great Polish foods and good POlish musiC when Knights of - " " E Columbus Star of the Sea Council No. 7297, affiliated with St. d- mond's Church, holds its annual Polish Dinner Saturday, Sept. 28. The food offerings are: zielona satatka (green salad), rolka i masla (roll & butter), kielbasa (fresh & smoked Polish sausage), pirogues (Polish dumplings), golabki (stuffed cabbage), kapuste (sauerkraut) and deser (dessert). Beer, wine and soda will be available. Ticket price is $18 per person. Dinner will be served from 5 to 7:30 p.m. with the last seating at 7 p.m. at St. Edmond's Parish Hall; King Charles Avenue rd Hickman Street in Rehoboth Beach. For tickets, call Grand Knight Bob Worthing at 302-227-4384 or Deputy Grand Knight Joe Polinski at 302-858-7056. Seating is limited. i I00PWORTH Sunday Worship U.a00.OBOT. BEAC. a United Methodist Church Open 11earls Open Min Open Doors 19285 Holland Glade Road behind Tomato Sunshine 7:45 & 11:15 am Traditional Services * 9:15 am Contemporary PRAISE! Service with American Sign Language Nursery Care at 9:15 & 11:15 Seasonal Sunday School Schedule . * We worship at 9:15 and 11:15 am only during the months of lanuary & February www.EUMCRB.org High in South America's Andes, with the Incas and the Gazette The McKean family of Rehoboth Beach joined friends on a trip to Peru in July. While there, they visited Machu Picchu, the 15th-century Inca ruins high in the Andes Mountains. The four families, including 8 adults and 9 kids, also explored the Amazon rain forest, seeing endangered giant river otters and many types of birds and reptiles. The families ended their adventure with a few days relaxing at the Alvarez-Calderon family horse farm in Chinchan Alia, three hours south of the capital city, Lima, on the coast of the Pacific Ocean. While there they also visited the Isle de Sangayan off the coast of Paracas and saw one of the world's largest colonies of seals and sea lions. In the midst of all the exotic travelsl they also carried along their. Cape Gazette to remind them of home. * Share your adventures with fellow Cape Gazette readers! Take your Cape Gazette on your travels and send us a photo and description - and don't forget names! Show our readers just how wide a territory their newspaper covers! 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