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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Oct. 19 - Oct. 25, 2001 - 35 Angel Project set for Make A Difference Day The Georgetown Public Library will join with the Angel Project, a nationwide crusade that asks Americans to make an'angel in memory of the victims of the Sept. 11 attacks on New York and Washington, D:C. These angels. will be mailed tO a collection site in Illinois and then will be hand delivered to New York City for a special memorial service during Christmas week. Through the Angel Project, peo- ple can pay tribute to those who died and by creating something with their own hands, can help themselves heal from this heartache as well. The Georgetown Public Li- brary, located at 10 West Pine Street, will have supplies and in-' structions for angels available while they last from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 27. Donations are being sought of felt and em- broidery floss. Individuals can make .their angels at the library on Oct. 27 or take the supplies with them and return the completed an- gel for mailing. The angelswill be mailed on Wednesday, Nov. 14. For more information and addi- tional instructions, visit the web- site www.theangelproject.com. To reach the Georgetown Public Library, call 856-7958. 10th annual Stamp Show and Bourse held on Long Neck Hundreds of philatelists gathered at Long Neck Elementary School Oct. 13 for the 10th an- nual Stamp Show and Bourse. Pictured above at the ribbon cutting for the show are (l-r) Lois Goepel, treasurer of the Sussex Stamp Club; Bob Gerritse, club member;, Bert Raymond, one of the many vendors on hand for the show; William Hartman, in charge of registration; state Rep. Shirley Price who joined Gov. Ruth Ann Minner in cutting the ribbon; Rev. Joseph James, club president; and Richard Dorber, one of the show's sponsors. p m  m m m m .. m q I Above left, Gov. Minner signs one of the many com- memorative post cards with her picture on it. Below left, Marilyn Mitchell, left, of Seaford, and Agusta James of Mispillion Antiques in Milford, check out some stamp collections. Dan Cook photos : KgHte Bagd Ckg : II Hundreds of name brand Items for men, women & children. II | If you've never shopped consignments, now is your chance to save. | ::i:ml & m m 1 m == m m mi ==m l m m m == m m.dl Open .Daily  2 /:i! 302-227-7990 I Ed Okonowicz and the Surfmen of Indian River Life Saving Station as they recount spine-chilling legends of the Delaware coastline on Sunday, October 14 and again on Sunday, October 21st. As you listen to stories of terrifying spectacles and :horrifying shipwrecks, you will also learn about the history of the Indian River Life Saving Station and its role along the:Delaware coastline through an exciting ! educational segment as told by the Surfmen of Indian River. Route 1N Rehoboth Beach 227-0478