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Historical Association honors those residents who have made a difference CAPE GAZEq[q, Friday, Sept. 22 - Sept. 28, 2000 - 31 Michael Short photos Above, the Historic Georgetown Association (HGA) was founded by Carlton Moore, shown here flanked by Georgetown Mayor Bob Ricker and Lt. Governor Ruth Ann Minner during the annual appreciation breakfast hosted by the HGA. The purpose of the affair is to show appreciation and honor a few of the people who have contributed much over many years to make the county seat a better place to live and work. The following is a list of people that were honored at the Tuesday, Sept. 12 breakfast, chaired by Sue Barlow, Rosalie Walls and Joan Messick. The list includes: HGA board member and former town council member Nelson Warren; Executive Director of the Chamber of Com- merce Helen Kruger; Little League benefactors William "Bill" Bryan and Ken Statler; George- town Historical Society President and former town councilperson Sue Barlow; Joan Tyndall, who is also known for her support of Little League; Sussex County Return Day Inc., President Rosalie Walls; local disc jockey Sky Brady who is active in a variety of Georgetown affairs as well as the HGA; Joan Messick for her work with the Georgetown Historical Society and for her ample assistance to the HGA; HGA Founder Carlton Moore; Russell McCabe, for his efforts to promote and preserve local history; Michael Zimmerman, developer of the College Park project including Wal-Mart and Chamber of Commerce President Ed Lester. Bryan and Staffer are known for their efforts to keep the Georgetown Little League fields almost as good as any on the East Coast. Lester accepted awards on behalf of several local downtown businesses who have hung in there despite recent construction projects. Business- es honored were Given*s Flowers, Smith*s Restaurant, Cullum*s Apparel and Al CasapuUa's. Above right, the Historic Georgetown Association honored three of the leading ladies of Georgetown during its annual award ceremony. Shown are (l-r) Rosalie Walls, Sue Barlow and Joan Mes- sick. If it happens in Georgetown, it probably involves Walls, Barlow or Messick. FAMILY FINANCEST Let our 45 years of experience help you: PLAN YOUR ESTATE DISTRIBUTION & CALCULATE POTENTIAL ESTATE TAXES BECOME FINANCIALLY INDEPENDENT /B Paul J. PasqualinL CLU, ChFC . INVEST NOW FOR YOUR CHILDREN'S EDUCATION BUILD A COMFORTABLE RETIREMENT PURCHASE NURSING HOME CARE INSURANCE OR PLAN STRATEGIES FOR NURSING HOME CARL by appointment 302-226-9003 1322 Kings Highway Lewes, Delaware on Tranquil #12 Waterside Course V JEWELERS and (  DIAMOND CENTER  ) Pelican Sq. Shopping Center Rehoboth 645-0305 Between Marshalrs and Super Fresh EXCLUSIVELY PUBLIC 18 Hole Championship Course Long Neck Road, Long Neck, Delaware FOR TEE TIME RESERVATIONS: 302.947.9800 . 888.844.2254 :i .............