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Lewes chamber sets candidates forum The Lewes Chamber of Com- merce is sponsoring a candidates&apos; forum for the position of State In- surance Commissioner at its Thursday, Oct. 28, membership breakfast meeting at the Light- house Restaurant, located by the drawbridge on the Lewes-Re- hoboth Canal. In order to accom- modate the format of the meeting, continental-style breakfast serv- ice begins at 7:30 a.m., with food service continuing throughout the meeting which begins at 8 a.m. Candidates Matt Denn and State Rep. David Ennis will begin with a three minute preamble fol- lowed by questions from the floor. Dennis Forney, publisher of the Cape Gazette, will moder- ate the forum which will last ap- proximately one hour. The cost is $5, which includes the breakfast buffe. Advance reservations to the chamber office are required by noon, Oct. 27, by calling 645-8073. Attendance is open to non-chamber members. Dolan slates three election events Sen. Tom Carper will be the guest of honor at a reception, from 5 to 7 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 23, benefiting thecandidate for the 36th District Representative seat, Brian Dolan. The reception will be held at the residence of Michael and Linda Cavanaugh, 7 East Green Lane, Milford. Hors d'oeuvres catered by the Mulber- ry Street Cafe will be served with libations at this event being spon- sored by Edward and Grace Slaughter and Patricia Susan Slaughter. Tickets, $75 per guest or $125 per couple, may be obtained by phoning 302-245-8595. Requests for tickets must be received by Oct. 20. Also on Saturday, Oct. 23, from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., Dolan will host an indoor picnic at the Slaughter Neck Community Cen- ter on Slaughter Neck Road be- tween Route 1 and Route 30. Barbecued hot dogs, chips, sodas and bottled water are on the menu and the public is welcomed to at- tend this free event. Dolan is challenging incumbent George Carey in the northeast Sussex County district. More in- formation on the race may be found at. Another Dolan event will be held from 4 to 7 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 16, at the home of Kathryn and Richard Greig, 326 Union St., Milton. Special guest of hon- or is Delaware Treasurer Jack Markell. Reservations are $25 apiece or $40 for two. The public is invited. To place reservations or for further information call 684-3804. Millsboro Chamber to host candidates forum The Greater Millsboro Cham- ber of Commerce will present a Candidates Forum from 7 to 9 p.m., Monday, Oct. 18, at the Millsboro Civic Center, located on Wilson Highway and Mitchell Street. The forum is open to the public and is free of charge. Confirmations have been re- ceived from Paul Donnelly, De- mocrat candidate for U.S. Con- gress; John Reda, Libertarian candidate for lieutenant governor; David Ennis, Republican candi- date for Insurance Commissioner; John Atkins, Republican incum- bent in the 41st Representative District and his Democrat oppo- nent, Barbara Lifflander; Stella Reed, Republican candidate for Sussex County Council District 2; Jud Bennett, Republican candi- date for Sussex County Council District 3; and Thelma Monroe, Democrat incumbent for Clerk of the Peace and George Parish, her Republican opponent. Voters are encouraged to meet the candidates, hear their remarks and pose questions. Incumbents and challengers for local, state and national races have been in- vited to attend. Any candidate who would like to attend and did not receive an invitation should call the Chamber at 934-6777, or email Millsboro@intercom.net. District 14 Dems to host Oct. 19 meet and greet The 14th District Democratic Committee representing Re- hoboth, Lewes, Long Neck and Harbeson and surrounding areas, will be holding a meet and greet for Democratic candidates run- ning for office this election cycle. The event will be held from 6 to 8 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 19, at Dos Locos Restaurant at 10 Wilming- ton Avenue in Rehoboth Beach and will feature hors d'oeuvres and a cash bar. Residents will I Many VIOXX users suffered 81Tokes, heart attacks, heart failure, chest pains, blood clots, serious bleeding and even death. If you or a loved one took VIOXX and had any of theseproblems, call us now toll free at 1-800-THE-EAGLE for a flee co--ration, we practice law only in Arizona, but associate with lawyers throughout the U.S. A i::iiii< GOLDBERG & OSBORNE .! 1-800-THE-EAGLE ::: offices n ][ Iii  ....... Phoe.,,  (-800-843-3245) ;ii ii  TUCSOn tt?*W. 180Otheeagle.com .... | have a chance to mingle and dis- cuss issues with Rep. Pete Schwartzkopf and State Senatori- al candidate Tom Savage, and Congressional candidate Paul Donnelly. Several other well known individuals are anticipated to drop by. To RSVP or for more informa- CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Oct. 16 - Oct. 18, 2004 - 21 tion, contact Peter Schott, 14th District Committee Chairman, at 226-0196 or by email dc2de@aol.com. Georgetown Chamber to host candidates' forum All are invited to meet the can- didates at Georgetown Chamber of Commerce-sponsored event at 6 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 21, at Delaware Technical & Communi- ty College's Carter Lecture Hall. The question and answer format will feature statewide, county and Georgetown-area candidates. For more information, call Va- lerie at 856-0026. LET'S GET TO WORK! 1 lth Annual Sussex County Conference October 27, 2004 7:15 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Carter Partnership Center - Delaware Tech - Owens Campus Georgetown, Delaware 302-855-1659 www.ddmg.net/scttc Pre-registration is required - Seating is limited!. advertising space donated by Cape Gazette . * 3, , Five Big Reasons to ReElect President Bush In the face of the terrorist attacks of 9/11/01, the Bush/Cheney administra- tion initiated strong, military responses in Afghanistan and Iraq. The administration resisted pressure to turn our Country's defense over to the United Nations. The result: NO SUBSEQUENT ATTACK IN THE U.S.! In response to a declining economy and the dot.com bust, the Bush/Cheney administration proposed and implemented tax cuts for ALL taxpayers and tax rebates for those with dependent children. The result: - A ROBUST RECOVERY, the highest productivity level in decades and gradual, steady job growth! In response to decades of plaintiff appeals by senior citizens having to choose between medicine and food, the Bush/Cheney administration sup- ported and signed into law the new Medicare Prescription Drug Benefit. The result: THE LARGEST IMPROVEMENT TO MEDICARE since its inception! In response to a failing public education system, the Bush/Cheney admin- istration instituted the "No Child Left Behind" effort, using standardized evaluations to measure basic, grade-specific skill levels. The result: the poorest communities can now HOLD EDUCATORS ACCOUNTABLE for outcomes. Despite continuing assaults from Its opponents, the Bush/Cheney administration has consistently: nominated qualified judges who respect the separation of powers set forth in the Constitution, thus protecting citizens from an ever- encroaching federal government; promoted and signed restrictions on partial birth abortion and embry- onic stem cell harvesting; and, defended traditional, families, faith-based social services and the "Under God" language of the Pledge of Allegiance. Paid Advertisement Lewes chamber sets candidates forum The Lewes Chamber of Com- merce is sponsoring a candidates' forum for the position of State In- surance Commissioner at its Thursday, Oct. 28, membership breakfast meeting at the Light- house Restaurant, located by the drawbridge on the Lewes-Re- hoboth Canal. In order to accom- modate the format of the meeting, continental-style breakfast serv- ice begins at 7:30 a.m., with food service continuing throughout the meeting which begins at 8 a.m. Candidates Matt Denn and State Rep. David Ennis will begin with a three minute preamble fol- lowed by questions from the floor. Dennis Forney, publisher of the Cape Gazette, will moder- ate the forum which will last ap- proximately one hour. The cost is $5, which includes the breakfast buffe. Advance reservations to the chamber office are required by noon, Oct. 27, by calling 645-8073. Attendance is open to non-chamber members. Dolan slates three election events Sen. Tom Carper will be the guest of honor at a reception, from 5 to 7 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 23, benefiting thecandidate for the 36th District Representative seat, Brian Dolan. The reception will be held at the residence of Michael and Linda Cavanaugh, 7 East Green Lane, Milford. Hors d'oeuvres catered by the Mulber- ry Street Cafe will be served with libations at this event being spon- sored by Edward and Grace Slaughter and Patricia Susan Slaughter. Tickets, $75 per guest or $125 per couple, may be obtained by phoning 302-245-8595. Requests for tickets must be received by Oct. 20. Also on Saturday, Oct. 23, from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., Dolan will host an indoor picnic at the Slaughter Neck Community Cen- ter on Slaughter Neck Road be- tween Route 1 and Route 30. Barbecued hot dogs, chips, sodas and bottled water are on the menu and the public is welcomed to at- tend this free event. Dolan is challenging incumbent George Carey in the northeast Sussex County district. More in- formation on the race may be found at. Another Dolan event will be held from 4 to 7 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 16, at the home of Kathryn and Richard Greig, 326 Union St., Milton. Special guest of hon- or is Delaware Treasurer Jack Markell. Reservations are $25 apiece or $40 for two. The public is invited. To place reservations or for further information call 684-3804. Millsboro Chamber to host candidates forum The Greater Millsboro Cham- ber of Commerce will present a Candidates Forum from 7 to 9 p.m., Monday, Oct. 18, at the Millsboro Civic Center, located on Wilson Highway and Mitchell Street. The forum is open to the public and is free of charge. Confirmations have been re- ceived from Paul Donnelly, De- mocrat candidate for U.S. Con- gress; John Reda, Libertarian candidate for lieutenant governor; David Ennis, Republican candi- date for Insurance Commissioner; John Atkins, Republican incum- bent in the 41st Representative District and his Democrat oppo- nent, Barbara Lifflander; Stella Reed, Republican candidate for Sussex County Council District 2; Jud Bennett, Republican candi- date for Sussex County Council District 3; and Thelma Monroe, Democrat incumbent for Clerk of the Peace and George Parish, her Republican opponent. Voters are encouraged to meet the candidates, hear their remarks and pose questions. Incumbents and challengers for local, state and national races have been in- vited to attend. Any candidate who would like to attend and did not receive an invitation should call the Chamber at 934-6777, or email Millsboro@intercom.net. District 14 Dems to host Oct. 19 meet and greet The 14th District Democratic Committee representing Re- hoboth, Lewes, Long Neck and Harbeson and surrounding areas, will be holding a meet and greet for Democratic candidates run- ning for office this election cycle. The event will be held from 6 to 8 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 19, at Dos Locos Restaurant at 10 Wilming- ton Avenue in Rehoboth Beach and will feature hors d'oeuvres and a cash bar. Residents will I Many VIOXX users suffered 81Tokes, heart attacks, heart failure, chest pains, blood clots, serious bleeding and even death. If you or a loved one took VIOXX and had any of theseproblems, call us now toll free at 1-800-THE-EAGLE for a flee co--ration, we practice law only in Arizona, but associate with lawyers throughout the U.S. A i::iiii< GOLDBERG & OSBORNE .! 1-800-THE-EAGLE ::: offices n ][ Iii  ....... Phoe.,,  (-800-843-3245) ;ii ii  TUCSOn tt?*W. 180Otheeagle.com .... | have a chance to mingle and dis- cuss issues with Rep. Pete Schwartzkopf and State Senatori- al candidate Tom Savage, and Congressional candidate Paul Donnelly. Several other well known individuals are anticipated to drop by. To RSVP or for more informa- CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Oct. 16 - Oct. 18, 2004 - 21 tion, contact Peter Schott, 14th District Committee Chairman, at 226-0196 or by email dc2de@aol.com. Georgetown Chamber to host candidates' forum All are invited to meet the can- didates at Georgetown Chamber of Commerce-sponsored event at 6 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 21, at Delaware Technical & Communi- ty College's Carter Lecture Hall. The question and answer format will feature statewide, county and Georgetown-area candidates. For more information, call Va- lerie at 856-0026. LET'S GET TO WORK! 1 lth Annual Sussex County Conference October 27, 2004 7:15 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Carter Partnership Center - Delaware Tech - Owens Campus Georgetown, Delaware 302-855-1659 www.ddmg.net/scttc Pre-registration is required - Seating is limited!. advertising space donated by Cape Gazette . * 3, , Five Big Reasons to ReElect President Bush In the face of the terrorist attacks of 9/11/01, the Bush/Cheney administra- tion initiated strong, military responses in Afghanistan and Iraq. The administration resisted pressure to turn our Country's defense over to the United Nations. The result: NO SUBSEQUENT ATTACK IN THE U.S.! In response to a declining economy and the dot.com bust, the Bush/Cheney administration proposed and implemented tax cuts for ALL taxpayers and tax rebates for those with dependent children. The result: - A ROBUST RECOVERY, the highest productivity level in decades and gradual, steady job growth! In response to decades of plaintiff appeals by senior citizens having to choose between medicine and food, the Bush/Cheney administration sup- ported and signed into law the new Medicare Prescription Drug Benefit. The result: THE LARGEST IMPROVEMENT TO MEDICARE since its inception! In response to a failing public education system, the Bush/Cheney admin- istration instituted the "No Child Left Behind" effort, using standardized evaluations to measure basic, grade-specific skill levels. The result: the poorest communities can now HOLD EDUCATORS ACCOUNTABLE for outcomes. Despite continuing assaults from Its opponents, the Bush/Cheney administration has consistently: nominated qualified judges who respect the separation of powers set forth in the Constitution, thus protecting citizens from an ever- encroaching federal government; promoted and signed restrictions on partial birth abortion and embry- onic stem cell harvesting; and, defended traditional, families, faith-based social services and the "Under God" language of the Pledge of Allegiance. Paid Advertisement