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28 - CAPE GAZETYE, Friday, Nov. 15 - Nov. 21, 2002 Delaware Public Archives offers lecture series beginning Nov. 19 Timothy A. Slavin, director of the Delaware Public Archives, joins Secretary of State Dr. Harriet Smith Windsor in announcing a statewide lecture series commem- orating Delaware Day 2002. The lectures, sponsored by the Department of State, Delaware Public Archives and the Delaware Humanities Forum, kick off Nov. 19 and conclude Dec. 5. They are being offered in a combined effort to heighten awareness of this period in Delaware history. All lectures begin at 7 p.m. and include a host of topics of interest to all as Delaware celebrates its place as the First State to ratify our nation's Constitution. Scheduled lectures include: • Nov. 19 - Dr. James Gardner: We Suffered to Make You Free: Memories of a Delaware Conti- nental Soldier, Kirkwood Public Library. • Nov. 19 - Dr. Carol Hoffecker: A Brief History of the Delaware General Assembly, Delaware Pub- lic Archives • Nov. 20 - Dr. Carol Hoffecker: A Brief History of the Delaware General Assembly, Lewes Public Library. • NOV. 25 - Michael Dixon: The C & D Canal, Bear Public Library, Community Room 1 • Nov. 25 - Willis Phelps: Pri- vate James H. Elbert, Delaware Public Archives. • Nov. 25 - Dr. Susanne Fox: The Changing Landscape and Ar- chitecture of Delaware, Seaford Public Library • Nov. 26 - Dr. William H. Williams: Delaware's First Envi- ronmental Crisis, Delaware Public Archives • Dec. 3 - Dr. Ronald Whitting- ton: William Owen: Black Delaware Participation in the Civ- il War, Wilmington Public Library • Dec. 3 - Dr. James Soles: The Myths, Legends and Uniqueness of Delaware, Delaware Public Archives • Dec. 3 - Dr. Gary Wray: Delaware in the Civil War, South Coastal Public Library. • Dec. 4 - Dr. Marshall Becker: The Native Peoples of Delaware: Indian Culture & History, Delaware City Public Library • Dec. 5 - Dr. James Newton: Delaware Black History: Past and Present, Wilmington Public Li- brary. • Dec. 5 - Dr. James Gardner: We Suffered to Make You Free: Memories of a Delaware Conti- nental Soldier, Milford Public Li- brary. Northeast Old Car Rally mat es donation Ever seen a grown man with tears in his eyes? Millsboro Fire Police Capt. John "Keeper" Hall blinked back the tears when Northeast Old Car Rally (NEOCR) promoter Bob Bryan presented him with a $3,000 cheek. This donation was the result of efforts on the part of Bryan and his volunteers' fund raising efforts in conjunction With the first NEOCR. Bryan and Gerald Hitchens of the Delaware River Bay Authority are annual entrants in NEOCR held each spring in Millville, N.J., and promoted by Ralph Steinberg, Cloverleaf Racing, Aston, Pa., and morticians Anne and Wayne Bar- betti from Millville, N.J. Bryan organized the NEOCR - Fall Fling, enlisting Dairy Queen's Bill Shook and Hall to help with soliciting donations in cash, auction and raffle prizes from the local merchants. Combined with a $500 donation from the Rally Partners' entry fees, the $3,000 check resulted. Thirty teams from eight states competing in vehicles ranging from a 1928 Ford Model A Speed- ster to a 2002 Audi enjoyed the competition, fall foliage and a great rally course. Hosts along the way were the Millsboro Fire Department, Carl- ton Massey Ford in Pocomoke City, Md., Millsboro Dairy Queen, Gumboro Fire Company, WAWA and Millsboro Ford. The meals were catered by Marconi's and the Georgia House Restau- rant. Plans are to hold the rally again next year, once more scheduled for the weekend after Halloween. Most of the activities will be again held in the new Millsboro Fire Hall. The committee for the 2003 NEOCR "pumpkin Run" includes Hall, Shook, Hitchens, Rosalie Walls, Georgetown Historical So- ciety; Joan Boyce, Millsboro Chamber of Commerce and Bryan. Local residents are encouraged to participate next year in this time-speed-distance competition. The first entrants are the team of Bill Shook and John Hall. G. Hart:y Papaleo, CPA Michelle II. 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