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$6 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25- MONDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2013 BUSINESS & REAL ESTATE Cape Gazette Fred Neil, a former Balti- prizesareaNASCARfour-ticket this year. The organization is more radio broadcaster, will package with four pit passes holding informational meetings be honored on his 80th birth- and a two-ticket package with on the law around the state. Neil day Monday, Nov. 25, by the two ride-alongs from Monster has been the group's volunteer Delaware Manufactured Home Racing for the spring 2014 race public affairs officer since 2004 Owners Association with a courtesy ofDover Downs Motor after semi-retiring to Delaware Birthday Pizza Party and Roast. Sports. Red Frog, producers of in 2003. This fundraising event will be the Firefly Festival, have provid- His extensive involvement in held at the Indian River Fire Hall, ed two three-day passes valued sports included producing the Oak Orchard, Millsboro, starting at nearly $300 each for 2014. Baltimore Colts play-by-play at 6:30p.m. DMHOA is an all-volunteerradio broadcasts; producing, The event is open to the pub- nonprofit organization advocat- writing and/or cohosting radio lic at no charge. Reservations ing and providing services for series with John Unitas, Jimmy are required as space is limited, home owners on leased land. Orr, Ordell Braase, Tom Matte, and donations are requested. The efforts of DMHOA played and the Orioles' Brooks Robin- An auction will be part of the a significant role in passage of son. festivities. Among the auction the Rent Justification law passed He was also general manag- er of the Baltimore Banners of World Team Tennis and media director of Laurel Race Course the year Run the Gauntlet won the Laurel International. His most enduring feat was the book he wrote in 1995 with the great basketball referee and NBA coach, Charlie Eckman, titled "It's A Very Simple Game! Life and Times of Charlie Eckman." The late Tom Clancy wrote the foreword to the book. Neil paired Eckman with Colts Hall of Famer Art Donovan for a radio show that became "Mayhem on 33rd Street" on Baltimore TV. In 2005, Neil was the featured speaker at an Eastern Shore Baseball Hall of Fame Banquet and the subject of a George Frick Pick column in the Delaware State News. Frick, the legendary sportswriter, wrote, "Fred Neil is an author/humorist first class." For information on the event, contact Ron Amadio, 302-945- 7943. Mountaire leads efforts to curb 'Hunger, Hurt, Hate' during the holidays Volunteers will be on hand Nov. 2 seeking donations in Cape Region No one has to travel 7,000 who might go without a meal American Legion posts in Sussex miles to find "Hunger, Hurt and during the holiday season on the and Kent counties, along with Hate." Within seven minutes of Delmarva Peninsula. church and other community home, place of worship, school The program began with volunteers, will be positioned and workplace there is the grow- Thanksgiving for Thousands, a at these Delaware stores; Gi- ing problem of hunger feeding food program that now provides ant Foods, Long Neck; Safeway, hurt. basics to almost 50,000 people Rehoboth Beach; Walmart, "For the past 19 years, we have on the three-state peninsula. Rehoboth Beach; Walmart, met the challenge to curb the Thanksgiving has become aGeorgetown; Walmart, Seaford; potential growth of hunger to trilogy of food events and a time Walmart, Milford; Food Lion, hurt by providing the basics of to give thanks for all the good Milton and Hocker's, Ocean nutritious meals to those who things the Lord has provided. View. are hurting - hopefully to begin So Mountaire began providing As in the past, they will dis- the healing process for those Thanksgiving at Christmas for tribute fliers to patrons seeking who no longer feel the pains food shelters, soup kitchens and their purchase of the following of hunger," said Roger Marino, food pantries. And now. they canned and boxed goods in co- Mountaire corporate director of have a Thanksgiving trilogy that operation with the various store community relations, has evolved into Thanksgiving at managers: canned peas, corn, Mountaire and area communi- Easter to provide boxed, canned yams, cranberry sauce, stuffing ties have provided thousands of food and a roaster within the mix and brownie mix will be the canned and boxed food items community churches, focusing order of the day. along with a Mountaire roaster on individual members at their For information, or to volun- to local residents and families place of worship, teer these food items contact On Saturday, Nov. 2, from 10 rmarino@Mountaire.com or call a.m. to 4 p.m volunteers from 302-934-3123. Cape May-Lewes Ferry announces new off- season base schedule Cape May-Lewes Ferry of- ficials have announced that a new off-season base schedule will take effect as of Sunday, Nov. 3. The new base schedule features three round trips daily from Cape May, N.J and Lewes. Ferries will leave Cape May at 7:30 and 11 a.m. and 2:30 p.m.; fer- ries will leave Lewes at 9:45 a.m 12:45 p.m. and 4:15 p.m. According to Heath Gehrke, director of Ferry Operations, the new off-season base schedule was established to meet current traffic patterns. For more information, go to www.CMLEcom, or call toll free, 800-643-3779. Like on Facebook or follow on Twitter @CML- Ferry. YOUR HOME CLEAN / ildew, 01cl & SalF Ruin Homes IYr :+ FREE ESTIMA TES Seniors 10% Discount | Decks. Windows. Driveways. Docks. Gutters ~ The Wash Buggy 3O2-752-856O 410-749"9537 Visit Washbuggy.com Serving Locals Since 1990 ~ Licensed and Insured Call the company that locals have been using for 22 years! H br people with ~ Press Service 2000 Capital Drive, Annapolis, MD 21401 SPREAD YOUR MESSAGE to over 4 Million readers with an ad this size for just $1,450! 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