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Veterans Continued from page 12 listen to them. American veterans preserved our world and freedom, and we should honor them. Amer- ican veterans show us the mean- ing of sacrifice and citizenship, and we should learn from them. "Americans should always hon- or our veterans," Bush said. "At this moment, we especially need the example of their character. And we need a new generation to set examples of its own, examples in service and sacrifice and courage. These veterans have shaped our history, and with their values, your generation will help guide our future. "We're a nation of patriots," said Bush. "The attacks of Sept. 11 and the attacks that have fol- lowed, were designed to break our spirit. "But instead, they've created a new spirit in America. We have a renewed spirit of patriotism. We see it in the countless flags that are flying everywhrre in America. We hear it in familiar phrases that move us more deeply than ever before. "We all know that this is one na- tion, under God. And we pray that God will bless America, the land that we all love, regardless of our race, regardless of our religion, re- gardless of where we live. God bless, and may God bless Ameri- ca."" Local vets visit schools President Bush's message - Sam Cashdollar's plan - was quickly embgaced by local VFW mem- bers and their ladies auxiliaries. Rehoboth Beach VFW Post 7447 members visited Lewes Middle School, Nov. 7, addressing stu- dents and giving flags to each child and to the school. Those fags were proudly displayed on the Lewes Middle School lawn Nov. 8, with a message that read: "Bless Our Nation. To All Veter- ans: Thank You." Post 7447 members visited Re- hoboth Elementary School after leaving Lewes Middle School, taking their message and their flags to students there, as well. Broadkiln VFW Post 6984 members and ladies auxiliary spent the week planning a big Vet- erlns Day assembly at H.O. Brit- tingham Elementary School in Milton, beginning at 1:30 p.m., Friday, Nov. 9. Korean War veteran Charlie Farrell was scheduled as featured speaker. Ladies Auxiliary president Reba Wells with auxiliary members Tanya Rockemann and Pat Wells had poppies for the expected 600 students and parents, and rulers w, ith all the presidents names for students. H.O. Brittingham Elementary School Princi- pal Dr. Wayne Whaley, a vet- eran Marine Corps officer, was excited about the new- ly rediscovered interest in Vet- erans Day. "This is the WHALEY way it should always have been," Whaley said. "I'm very glad to see this happening." Lewes Middle School Assistant Principal Mark Sudimak talked about the heightened student in- Yeso o o Nationwide Offers IRAs! Get answers to your questions and see the advantages of a Nationwide IRA. Call me... Stop by... Log on w it's your choice! For more information about variable life insurance, variable annuities, and mutual funds, including charges and expenses, please consult a prospectus. 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Joining the VFW will be the Cape Henlopen High School Band, the Lewes and Rehoboth American Legions, the Marine Corps League and the Dover Air Force Base First Sergeants Club. Following the ceremony, VFW Post 7447 members are inviting everyone to join thereat their post home on Rehoboth Avenue and State Road for the dedication of a room in honor of longtime mem- ber Sherwood Dively, who passed away in March. Broadkiln VFW Post 6984 members will host a Veterans Day chicken and dumpling buffet from 1-5 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 11. CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Nov. 9 - Nov. 15, 2001 - 17 DART gears up for annual food drive DART First State, in partnership with the Food Bank of Delaware, will once again sponsor Stuff the Bus, its fourth annual Thanksgiving food drive. Last year the statewide collection effort brought in 25 tons of non- perishable food items. In Sussex County, the collection time is from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Mon- day, Nov. 12, at the Georgetown Wal-Mart, located at 509 N. DuPont Highway. 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