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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, September 25 Sussex YMCA swim team sets registration Saturda00 Sept. 26 The Sussex Family YMCA will :hold an orientation for its Seagull Swim Team at 10:30 a.m., Satur- day, Sept. 26. Registration will get underway and the SWAT Swim Shop will be present to sell and fit suits. The goal of the Seagull coaches is to lead each swimmer into their work together as a team. All mem- bers of the Seagulls will also as- sist in a community service pro- ject and join other team members for group activities. The goal of the Seagull team will be to incorporate four core values - respect, caring, honesty and responsibility into everyday own personal discovery of how ' life as well as their swimming. children and adults build self-con- fidence, self-esteem and a healthy lifestyle. New plans in the works for 1998-99 include the following: Dry land component Expanded training schedule Level HI ASCA certification Nutrition guidelines Personal goal setting - October 1, 1998 - 85 COASTAt Towma 6 Rm,00 945-5400 or 645.6300 CLIP-N-SAVE " "-   "-  Are You Ready For-Some Football???? The Sussex Family YMCA presents it's 3rd season of Adult Flag Football. Season begins: Sat., Oct. 3rd, (Rehoboth Elementary School) Register by Mon., Sept. 28th Teams of 10 ($200) Free Agents ($25) Season lasts 10 weeks, champions receive champion T-Shirts with team name on back, a cup trophy and team name goes on plaque of football champions: NEW THIS SEASON: if the need to expand our league to Sunday arises, we will play both days. FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT RYAN THOMA REGISTER Now!! ALL YOUTH NFI3NIKE Don't forget there's still time to register for Youth Flag Football on Saturday. This Saturday September, 26th at 3:30 (Rehoboth Elementary School) Punt, Pass and Kick Competition FREE Proof of age needed!! Ground broken for Bear Trap Dunes golf Freeman Golf officials jump-started the construction of their new 18-hole, par 72, championship golf course being built off Route 26 in Ocean View, at a recent groundbreaking celebration. Freeman Golf and area officials took shovels to the ground for Bear Trap Dunes Golf Club, the new dally fee golf course scheduled to open in the summer of 1999. The course is being designed by world-famous golf architect Rick Jacobsen of Jacobson Golf Design, who is overseeing con- struction by Wadsworth Golf Construction Shown are (l-r) Rick Jacobson, golf course architect; Beryl Craft, president of Delaware Women's Golf Association; George Cole, Sussei County councilman; Danny Stovall, Freeman Golf vice president of development; Robert Stickels, Sussex County executive; Rep. Shirley Price, DoMillville; Mike Nally, Freeman Golf vice president; partially shown is Nally's son, Connor; Sen. George Bunting, D.Bethany Beach; Patty Grimes, Sea Colony vice president; and Ocean View Mayor Bob Orem. Freeman Golf is the owner and developer of Bear Trap Dunes Golf Club. coed leagues, while those 10-14 will play on separate boys and  I girls teams. Five Pointe Plaza, Each team will have about 10 members.  1111 Hwy. One, Lewes, DE 19958 _ Children interested in playing in 645-9123 1 a local NFL Flag l,al;ue should IStop. Go. Pennzoil. contact Ryan Thoma at the Sussex __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ 2o2Lr a,,,,2t21L __ j mosphere for young children to develop basic football skills, and for older kids to test their skills against their peers." NFL Flag offers two modified versions of traditional flag foot- ball for children of any age. The games include NFL Ultimate Football, which promotes continu- ou action and teamwork, and is ideal for younger fans because there are no set positions and everyone touches the ball; and NFL Flag Football, a five-on-five version of traditional flag football, with a flag hanging from a waist belt, which must be snatched by provide boys and girls, age 6-14, with noncontact flag football. leagues that run from September through November. Now in its second year, NFL Flag laas expended from six to 12 markets, including Arizona, Car- olina, Chicago, Cincinnati, Dallas, Denver, Jacksonville, Kansas City, Miami, New England, Philadelphia and San Diego. Teams in each market will be pro- vided with reversible uniforms similar to those worn by their lo- cal NFL team. "The NFL is committed to pro- viding even more children with a local NFL Flag league should Family YMCA, 227-8018. they can achieve, succeed and Each member of the team will be Additional options for ability I grow as individuals while respect- taught about the benefits of volun- and interest level i | ing others. Throughout the season, teeiism, sportsmanship, and a pos- For more information, contact | all participants will meet new itiveattitude throughoutlife, head coach Lydia Schmierer at I I challenges, make new friends and Being part of a team can help 227-8018. ! $ 88 | NFL youth .flag football offered by 'l gDl0000l/l IReg 21 -=,,-0- ftas,OMnleOil!;J I Susse 0031CA; open to gtds and boys --'" ! x : ,197s o Checkall fluid levels ! Approximately 25,000 boys and the chance to play organized foot- an opponent. , , | girls will participate this fall in ball, said Scott Lancaster, direc- Four age categories and six divi- | $ Lubricate ratings | youth flag football leagues devel- tor of youth development for NFL sions will make up each league, w/coupon. Good thru12/31/98 . oped by the National Football Properties, the marketing arm of Children 9 and under will play in | Q. League and sponsored by Nike. the NFL. "Our flag leagues will ' Wte Ao - -I NFL Flag, presented by Nike, will create a fun, family-oriented at-