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7ft. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15 - MONDAY, OCTOBER 18, 2010 Otis Smith Continued from page 73 and a group of Lewes residents were successful in getting the state to put up $30,000 to start a marine biology program at the Universi "I can't help but think given the progress we have made, that he would be very proud to see how it has evolved irffo the College of Earth, Ocean and Environment," Targett said. Dick Buckaloo said his father, Henry, built the first City Dock. "My father and Mr. Smith dab- bled in some real estate," Buck- aloo said. "They were buddies," Hazell Smith chimed in from the audience. Hazed helped unveil a plaque honoring her husband in- stalled in the 1812 Park, ap- proaching the dock. The inscrip- tion on the plaque in part reads: "During his long residency in Lewes, Mr. Smith was a tireless community leader whose many accomplishments and gifts to the city as mayor included construc- tion of the city's first public dock. "Mr. Smith was also instru- mental in establishing the Uni- versity of Delaware Marine Lab- oratory in Lewes in 1951. He later helped finance the research ves- sel Cape Henlopen and the col-. lege's marine research building." CAPE LIFE We need ado# and fake home a new 00eriend . Beautiful 2 yr old girl. Loves to play- and does well with her basic commands. Velvet - Sweet, calm and friendly. Waiting for her forever home!! Briefly )) Sign up for assessment test by Oct. 16 The Myers-Briggs Type Indi- cator has been helping individu- als discern what they want out of life, their jobs and their loved ones for more than 40 years. The facilitator is Elon Bate- man, an interfaith minister who is-trained and certified to admin- ister and interpret the Myers- Briggs Type Indicator. The class .# be at 10 am., Saturday, Oct. 23, at the Unitarian Universalists of Southern Delaware Church, 33739 No. 2 Marsh Road, Lewes. Ihrticipants can pick up and re- turn the instrument at the church at least one week prior to the class. To register or for ques- tions contact Bateman at 443- 786-7792 or email elon_bate- ran@yahoo.com. Shooting contest fundraiser on Oct. 17 Owens Station Sporting Clay Range at 12613 Hunters Cove in (greenwood will host the Sussex County Cancer Survivors Fund 3rd Blast Out Cancer Patients' Needs f tmdraiser Sunday, Oct. 17, with registration from 9 am. to 1 pax This is a sporting clay shoot harity event for men and men, furst-time shooters and teams. The entry fee of $75 in- cludes lunch and 50 tin-gets/Lewis Class. Prizes will be awarded. Proceeds benefit the Patient Special Neds Fund the Tunnell Cancer Center. Contact Kenny Hopkins at 945- 3410 for more information. enie - Calm, shy sweet I that wants a new home call their own! - Senior girl that I ineeds a nice window to curl UP in- loves to purr! Erin - Poor little girl has been at the shelter since she was a kitten. Sweet, friendly and loves to cuddle!! Gia- 3 yr old declawed girl. LOVES to curl up in your lap and purr!! Cape Gazette Body Flex . Spin Clas," 1 ' Personal trainers available to:you, Call for schedule, GueSs Always Welcome An Oclysea Exclusiue ! Saue the ta-ta's Tensis Tumblers! u 302-227-6707 Open Oally 10- WANTED: Plouo do,to ur mm & 0nnnnnoodod dnoots, towole I blannkote lan oddltion to an Ionl list of moodod amMdioa Oo tko IFOA. 11noteo la'oetl v opprooiantod . olPoolol o,lmole nltinl to bo .dol, Oed. mm.dohpoa.orl