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34 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Nov. 9 - Nov. 15, 2001 All Saints' Church installs new rector At left, the Rev. Max J. Wolf, middle, new rector of All Saints' Parish, was installed at a special service, A Celebra- tion of a New Ministry, Monday evening, Nov. 5, at All Saints, Episcopal Church in Rehoboth Beach. Two bishops partici- pated in this service, the Rt. Rev. Wayne P. Wright, Bishop of Delaware, left, who was the celebrant, and the Rt. Rev. Charles E. Bennison, Bishop of Pennsylvania, who was the preacher. Wolf studied under Bishop Bennison at the Episco- pal Divinity School in Cambridge, Ma. and worked as Canon Missioner for youth and consultant in Pennsylvania prior to coming to Delaware. Below left, members of the All Saints' Parish Choir, led by music director Jack Schaffer, and the Capitol Brass of Dover, join forces to officially welcome new All Saints' Parish rector, the Rev. Max J. Wolf, during the special service on Nov. 5. The parish consists of All Saints' Church in Rehoboth Beach and St. George's Chapel in Angola. For more information, contact the parish office at 227.7202. Sarah Greene photos : Area churches gear up for Thanksgiving T, he Sussex County Free Thanksgiving Dinner, given each year by the Church of God and Saints of Christ of Seaford, with assistance from Sussex County Council, area merchants and vari- ous groups and individuals, has seen its volunteership grow each year. This year, volunteers will be needed at the the following times at Grace Methodist Church in Georgetown: noon to 5 p.m. Tues- day, Nov. 20; noon on Wednesday, Nov. 21; and 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 22. In addition to meal preparation, the group is also looking for vol- unteers to deliver meals to home- bound individuals on Thanksgiv- ing Day. For more information or to give information on anyone who needs a meal, call 628-9342 or 629- 4772. In addition, the Dagsboro Church of God also seeks Thanks- giving donations. The Dagsboro Church of God is also putting out a call for help from area businesses to help col- lect funds to help buy the items needed to fill boxes for a complete Thanksgiving dinner. FOr more information about the "event, call the Dagsboro Church of God at 732-6550. You can go to . New York to see an outstanding selection  ..... of furs or you can )oil WHAT'S NEW & WORKING TWICE AS HARD FOR YOU! '95 OLDS AURORA Pristine inside and out. Awesome automobile! '95 DODGE SLT RAM 4x4, Vl0, 2500 ext. cab '98 MUSTANG CONV, GT '97 CHRYSLER SEBRING 32K miles. Looks new...could be you. Pedect cnditin' Lw rniles'Super Nice" Super Price! '95 PONTIAC BONNEVILLE: Low miles, leather. '98 VW IETTA 49K, New, new, new! '90 FORD BRONCO 4X4, Eddie Bauer, clean. '95 PONTIAC TRANS AM A real looker. '94 E 1 50 CLUB WAGON Great work van. Ready for you to make $$$, '95 GRAND CHEROKEE 4X4, low miles, perfect condition. '97 DODGE STRATUS Clean, fully loaded, EZ payments. '98 EXPEDITION Rear air, 4x4, leather, 7 pass, The right truckl 302-947-9000