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November 8, 1996

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Officers and d/rectors of Lewes-Rehoboth Rotary Club include (l-r) Don Wilkinson, director Bruce Chilcoat, director;, Billy Martin, vice president; Tom Reals, trsamwer; Bill Berry, put president; Dennis Forney, new president; Milliard Wilbanks, director-, Andrew Rotner, secre- tary;, Mike Makowski, director, and Willy Makowski, witnes Lewes-Rehoboth Rotary Club installs officers for the new year Lewes-Rehoboth Rotary Club meets every Monday at the Cape Henlopen High School cafeteria on Kings Highway in Lewes at 6:15 p.m. Rotary International is a world- wide organization of business and professional leaders. k is dedicated to providing hu- manitarian service, encouraging high ethical standards in all voca- tions, and promoting international understanding and good will. The Lewes-Rehoboth club was chartered in 1929. Defensive driving course offered in Nov. and Dec. The Delaware Safety Council has announced its upcoming schedule of defensive driving courses in Sussex County, which are available to all Delaware drivers. Upon successful completion of this 6-hour course, participants will be eligible for a minimum I0 percent reduction in the liability portion of their automobile insurance policy for a three year pe- riod plus a three point credit on their driving record. Additional defensive driving courses may be added to this schedule, so for up to date information about course dates and registration contact the Delaware Safety Council at (800) 342-2287. The course will be of- fered on Nov. 7 and 14; and Dec. 5 and 12, from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. at the State Highway Administration Building #6 in Georgetown. Join Us For A Department 56 Homes For The Holidays Event Lewes-Rehoboth Rotary Club members recently installed new officers. They started their new terms during the summer and will serve until the summer of 1997. Dennis Forney, the new president, said his major objectives for the year will be to continue the build- ing of a strong club membership and increase community service. Other officers installed include Billy Martin, vice president/presi- dent-elect; Andrew Ratner, secre- tary; and Thomas Reale, treasurer. Members of the club's board of directors include William Berry, past president; Bruce Chilcoat, Richard Collins. Michael Makowski, Donald Wilkinson, and Millard Wilbanks. North Pole & Dickens' V'dlage $65. 00 Set "Start A Tradition" Sets Pri00, Regular Suggested Retail $85.00 * Drawings: Ramsford Palace Christmas Bells Piece Retired Houses * Special Promotions * Free gift with any purchase over $50 November 7th- llth Hours: 10-5 * Special Event Piece: Christmas Bdls (Limited Quantity No Phone Orders) * Holiday Decorating Ideas * Free Holiday Idea Guide Olde Salt Gift Shop Penny Lane Mall Rehoboth , DE 19971 (302) 227-1210 CAPE GAZETI"E, Friday, November 8 - November 14, 1996 - 23 Lewes Historical Society to meet The Lewes Historical Society will hold its annual meeting, elec- tion of directors and program at 8 p.m., Friday, Nov. 15, at Lewes Presbyterian Church Social Hall on Kings Highway. With election of directors, the society also plans to modify its by-laws by eliminating the posi- tion of chairman of the board, with that person's duties assigned to the president. There will also be a program on "The Lewes Volunteer Fire De- partment - 200 Years of Service", with Lou Rickards, president of the fire company, recounting the beginnings of the department, complete with slides and artifacts. Everyone is reminded that the Annual Christmas Tour sponsored by the Lewes Historical Society, is slated for Saturday, Dec. 7, the same day as the Lewes Christmas Parade. Tickets are $12 or $15 the day of the tour and available as of Nov, 15 at Trader's Gifts, Haber- sham Peddler, New Devon Inn and Sugar and Spice. Also, the Rabbit's Ferry Christ- mas Bazaar is in need of white elephant items the day of the tour. Call Cornelia Hurdle, 645-8896, or Carol Orr, 645-8520. Sunda00 Brurb00 Buffet 1000a.00 - 2 p.m. Join us in Victoria's Pcstaurafor our Fabulous Sunclay Brunch, a cde&atian of fine f _oods andcourteous sence, Where die Oidy qlu'ng We Overloo is the ocean! Sunday Brunch Includes: Complete Omelet Station with assorted toppings Carving Station Belgian Waffle Station with assorted toppings Full Raw Bar with Farm Raised Oysters, Shrimp, & Blue Crab Claws Quiche Eggs Fresh, Seasonal Fruit Displays Chicken Entrees Beef Entrees Fresh Seafood Bacon & Sausage Warm Rolls & Muffins Fresh Garden Vegetables Cold Salads Dessert Table featuring a variety of homemade desserts! ...and more!... Adults, $18.95; Children 5-12, $7.95; Children under 5, $3.95 Holiday Brunch Prics May Differ Reservations $uggested, 227-0615