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24 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, October 17 - October 23, 1997 Lewes man named to combat roll of honor William J. Martin of Lewes will be inducted into the Enlisted Combat Air- crew Roll of Honor on Veterans Day, Nov. 11, in a ceremony to take place MARTIN on the deck of the Yorktown. Martin will be inducted with over 50 other combat air crewmen who were chosen for the honor by the Enlisted Combat Air Crew Roll of Honor selection commit- tee on June 23. A plaque in honor of the in- ductees, integral to the Enlisted Combat Aircrew Roll of Honor Memorial, will be dedicated dur- ing the ceremony. Lewes Historical Society shoots video Lewes Historical Society and Lyons Marketing Communica- tions recently completed filming a new video about the soci- ety which is expected to be ready for the 1998 season. Ac- cording to Mike Tyler of Lewes Historical Society, the pur- pose of the video is to serve as an introduction to the build- m ings and holdings of Lewes Historical Society. "We also " - eluded interviews with people such as Lewes historian Hazel Brittingham, to help provide a sense of the special role of his- tory in the Lewes experience, n said Tyler. The filming crew spent several days with the interviews and inside the Soci- ety's buildings, including the Lightship Overfall the Ryves Holt House on Second Street, the Marine Mqein the Can- nonball House, and the collection of!miidings in the complex at Shipearpenter and Third streets; Once complete, the video will be available for viewing by visitors to the complex and possibly also at theRyves Holt House. "The Ryves Holt House, which the society now administers, is closer to down. town Lewes and having the film there might serve to attract more visitors to the historic complex," said Tyler. "Our goal with the video is to whet the interest of visitors so they might want to buy a tour ticket and delve more deeply into our his- tory." Shown in front of the Rabbits Ferry House in the his- toric complex during a break in the filming are (l-r) Ed Patchell, past LHS president; Liz Dunlevy, associate director for the project; Michael Angelo DiLauro, director of filming; and Dan White, account supervisor for Lyons Marketing Communications. Boiot C00P** Co t" uedpag : !  for the creek;m flV, this has been a real benefit fore, he residents of Millsboro." Locked within Sus- sex Correcti0nal institution near Georgetown, Sussex Boot Camp - the first of its kind in the state - is a rigorous, six-month program for inmates,combining a highly regi- mented program of exercise, edu- cation, substance-abuse therapy and military-style discipline. The boot camp, which opened in April, is geared toward low-level offenders and focuses on behavior modification and rehabilitation of young offenders. As part of their rehabilitation, cadets who are sev- eral months into the boot camp program earn the opportunity to perform community-service work under the watchful eyes of drill in- structors and correctional officers. "Working on these types of pro- jects give boot camp cadets a di- rect opportunity to repay the com- munity for their previous acts," said boot camp Cmdr. Rick Tabler. "Community service is an important part of our boot camp curriculum." Earlier this year, Shields Elementary School offi- cials ,said maintenance -mostly sanding wood roughened from use and harsh weather - was needed on the Lewes school's large, wooden playground. Problem was, playground maintenance funds were not available. During the school's summer break, cadets sanded and smoothed the entire wooden playground, reducing the number of splinter visits to the nurse's office this school year. Also during the summer, boot camp cadets removed Rehoboth Beach Elementary's furniture in preparation for the school's as- bestos removal project. Acting Principal Mary Walker praised the cadets for their outstanding work. "On national 'Make a Differ- ence Day,' (Oct. 26), the cadets will refurbish a playground at Coverdale Crossroads in the Seaford area," Tabler said. "We look forward to helping communi- ty groups in all parts of Sussex County." Nonprofit community groups that need some help on projects may call 856-5287. HAVE YOU BEEN INJURED? AMENT LYNCI00ARR A T T O R N E Y S A T t A W NO FEE UNLESS RECOVERY In Lewes 645-4545 In Wilmington (800) 773-2599 =WE'D LIKE TO TAKE THIS TIME TO ACKNOWLEDGE THE EFFORTS OF THOSE WHO SERVE OUR COMMUNITY AS VOLUNTEERS: You'll find them in local church groups. You'll find them in local service clubs or volunteering at the hospital. In fact, anywhere you. find things being done for other people, you'll find volunteers. To all of you who volunteer your help to make our community a better place to live, your efforts are appreciated. f00,_00Gounty MEMBER FDIC ! Lewes Senior Center: Jean Metz, Volunteer/Member and Birdie Gailbraith, Director. Rehoboth Beach Milford 226-9800 424-2500 Long Neck Seaford 947-7300 628-4400