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Annual golf tourney marks success for Meals on Wheels The Meals on Wheals annual golf tourna- ment, held Monday, Oct. 5, at Rehoboth Beach Country Club, proved successful for another year. At right, Dick Bryan of  Rehoboth Beach and Lewes, went away with the top two prizes of the day as high bidder in the auction. The titanium "Big Bertha" driver that was won with a ticket made out to Meals on Wheels and then put up for auction, net- ting $275, and with the framed poster from the Kemper Open, with original autographs by all the players, for $650. Meals on Wheels officials said that the annual tourney was a success and they will be compiling final sta- tistics on the funds raised within the next couple of weeks. Below, left, Rehoboth Beach Country Club golf pro Ron Barrows presents trophies to two of the low net foursome with a 51, David Urian, left, and Jay McManus. Their partners were Harold Slather and Joe Shockley. The low gross team, with a 60, were Pete Heller, Bill Robertson, Ren Allen and Ray Falconnit- ti. Below, right, Wayne Mitchell acts as auc- tioneer, as Meals on Wheels of Lewes-Re- hoboth president and annual golf tourney chairman Bob Taylor watches Rehoboth Beach Country Club golf pro Barrows hold up a Toyota golf bag autographed by Mark O'Mara during the auction and dinner that followed the tournament. Bill Holtzclaw of Rehoboth Beach was high bidder at $350 for the bag signed by O'Mara, who won the British Open and Masters in 1998. Trish Vernon photos I NRA banquet raises funds for local, national safety, programs Dennis Forney photo Members of the Sussex County Friends of NRA banquet committee - many of them dressed to match the Roaring '20s theme for the evening - are shown here. They are (standing l-r) John Farren, Rebecca Farren, Bill Martin, Ken Hopkins, Jim Gunning, John Floyd, CharHe Steele, Sandy Steele, Meg Walker, Ted Fort and Clayton Marchetti. Seated are (l-r) Valerie Gunning, Rosemarie Lehman and Jenn Farren. Miss, The competi- tion, sponsored by the National Rifle Associa- tion, involved events for timed accuracy with categories for eight differ- ent weapons. scoring Delaware Resident award,. provided by the Delaware State Sportsmen Association. Manship's events were all shoots with revolvers, except for one event using an automatic pi's- tol. Other state troopers from the Cape Region who placed in the championships were Cpl. Eddie Cathell, Firearms Training Unit, headquarters; Cpl. William Gro- ton, Troop 5 patrol; and Cpl. Dar- Manship placesat national police shoot Cpf. lohn Manship of the Delaware State Police Rural Com- munity Policing Unit won seven awards at the 47th Annual Nation- al Matches, National Police Shooting Championships, held Sept. 23 to Sept. 26, in Jackon, MANSHIP Manship won two third places; one fifth place; and three addition- al awards, including the High- Members of the Sussex County Friends of the National Rifle As- sociation (NRA) held their fourth annual banquet and fundraising auction on Friday, Oct. 2, at the American Legion Post No. 28 near Oak Orchard. Attended by about 80 supporters, the event raised several thousand dollars for state and federal NRA Foundation pro- grams. According to NRA field repre- sentative Phil Roath, who helped with the Sussex banquet, 50 per- cent of the funds raised will stay in Delaware to support local pro- grams that encourage safety and responsibility in the shooting sports. The other 50 percent of the funds go toward national programs such as the Eddie Eagle program. "It's like the 'stop, drop and roll' program taught for fire safety ex- cept this program teaches children in kindergarten through fourth grade what to do when they come upon a firearm. It teaches them to stop, don't touch, leave the area and tell an adult," said Roath. ren Short, Troop 4 patrol Man- ship's Rural Community Policing Unit is based at Troop 7. "The program's been taught to more than 12 million children at no cost to anyone except us. The funds also go into education and training programs. There are now 42,000 NRA-certified instructors in various areas such as shotguns, pistols and dries. "We also sponsor a program called 'I Refuse To Be A Victim' which is taught by women for women. It does not advocate gun ownership. Rather it teaches women common sense things like using peep holes in doors to check on visitors and parking cars under streetlights," said Roath. "Overall, the goal of the NRA is to advocate responsible gun own- ership and protect second amend- ment fights [which allow citizens to bear arms]." Roath invited all those attending the banquet to vis- it the National Firearm Museum on Rt. 66 west of Washington D.C. Charlie Steele, chairman of the Sussex committee, said there are currently between 1,500 and 2,000 NRA members in Sussex County. Goalie Lauren Patton recorded the shutout, which improved Worces- ter's record to 4-2. Worcester girls top Holly Grove in hockey Brandee Taylor had three goals as Worcester Country School blanked Holly Grove 5-0 in varsi- ty field hockey Sept. 28. Liz Raskauskas added a goal and an assist, while Keemia Khazeh also scored for Worcester. Sussex Pines announces 18-hole golf winners The following 18-hole lady golfers were winners on Tuesday, Sept. 8, at the weekly event. Winners are Merle Reuther, first; Trena Hansen, second; A. Barbazette, third; and D. Hudson, fourth.