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i 98 - CAPE G&ZE'rl, Friday, Nov. 15 - Nov. 21, Submmad pheo The Spirit of the Event trophy was awarded to a student team from Delaware Technology &.Community College, Owens campus. Shown (l-r) are Paul Baker, president of the Millsboro Fire Department; John Hall, Millsboro Fire De- partment; and Bob Bryan, chairman of the rally. Missing from photo is Bill Shook, eochair of the event. Del Tech team wins prize in recent Northeast Old Car Rally Pumpkin Run Cars from Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, Georgia, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York and Delaware took part in the Northeast Old Car Rally Pumpkin Run held Oct. 25-26 in Millsboro. The event raised $3,000 which was presented to the Millsboro Fire Department. Results include the following: In the rookie division: First place, Coy Kimble/Greg Kimble, 1950 Chevy Fleetline; second, Trudy Martin/Louise Wright, 1971 Chevy Camaro; third, Andy Ockels/Chris Hunt, 1957 Chevy Bellaire; and fourth, Richard Fos- ter/Patricia Foster, 2002 Audi. In the sportsman division: First place, Corky Rutledge/Ryan Dressier, 1965 Chevy Corvette; second, Tom' Overbaugh/Bill Overbaugh, 1928 Ford Speedster, third, Elliott Reitz/Steve Beettger, 1929 Ford Speedster, fourth, Bill Harper Jr./Larry Blair, 1937 LaSalle 5027; and fifth, Tom Lit- trell/Faye Littrell, 1928 Ford Model A Hi-Boy. In the expert division: First place, Louise Feeney/Jim Feeney, 1936 Ford Fordor; and second, Bill Secrest/Dawn Secrest, 1993 Mazda RXT. Honors went to the following teams and individuals in the fol- lowing categories: Tom and Faye Littrell, first place husband and wife team; Amy Littleton and Candy Stephani, first place all ladies' team; Robin Gilbert/Wim Warker, best dressed; David Haverty's 1937Ford Coupe, best of show (pre-war); Robert and Kim Dougherty's 1952 MG, best of show (post war); John Hall of the Millsboro Fire Department, Our Best Friend; Bill Shook of the Dairy Queen, Our Best Friend; Tom Overbaugh and Bill Over- baugh, oldest car to finish; Joe and Judy Alackness, Northeast Old Car RallyTough; Bill and Nanette Marcus, Where Am I Anyway?; and Bob Bryan, Ralph Steinberg and Brandywine Motor- sports Club. The Spirit of the Event trophy was awarded to a student team from Delaware Technology & Community College, Owens cam- pus. Last year more than 300 people jumped into the new year Jan. 1 by jumping into the ocean. The Bethany-Fenwick Area Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring the annual Leo Brady Exercise Like the Eskimos at the Bethany Beach Bandstand at high noon on Jan. 1, 2003. As always, the event benefits scholarships for local high school students. Exercising like the Eski- - mos is fast becoming a New Year's tradition in the Bethany area. The success of the event has Exercise Like the Eskimos at annual Bethany.Fenwick event on Jan. 1 enabled the Chamber to increase the number of scholarships awarded over the past few years. The Chamber plans to award six scholarships this year, so lots of. splashers are needed. The regis- tration fee for individuals and team members is $25 in advance and $30 the day of the event. Stu- dents 18 and under can register for just $15 per splasher. Every- one who registers and actually braves the cold water receives a commemorative towel while sup- plies last. Registration is from 10 Tree-lighting set Nov. 29 atBandstand The annual holiday tree light- ing at the Rehoboth Beach Band- stand will take place the day after Thanksgiving, Friday, Nov. 29. Music will begin about 6:30 p.m., and the tree lighting will take place shortly after 7 p.m. There will be a large troupe of singers, the music of keyboardist Doug Yetter, and singalongs for the crowd. Vocalists Eric C. Peteron and Ken Skrzesz will also take part. The holiday tree is already on its way to the Bandstand. The fes- tivities are being organized by Rehobeth Beach Main Street Inc., in cooperation with the city of Rehoboth. Residents, friends and visitors are all welcome to take part in this annual holiday tradi- tion, and Rehoboth Beach will be decked out in its usual holida] splendor. For more information, call Rehoboth Beach Main Street Inc. at 227-2772. OR FRESH BROILED SALMON 10 OZ. NEW YORK STRIP STEAK SECOND SEASON SPECIALS Tee,x. SEAFOOD NIGHT $1_L 95 STUFFED COLD WATER LOBSTER TAIL OR MARYIAND OgAB CAKF_,S Wednesday BO NIGHT $14. 9ff N.Y. STRIP OR GRILLED CHICKEN BREAST WITH CHOICE OF LDBSlXR TAIL, SHRLMP OR CRAB CAKE mursday STEW $5.00 ltOOt.mJmt (4) $5.50 ENTREES: FRICASEE, FIUFD, SlX/FFED (6) $12.95 COMPUZrE DINNER $24.00 5.10 Dinner Open 7 Nights (STEW, R [ 31 Robinson Dr. & Hwy I [ AND A COMBO DINNER [ Rehoboth Beach, DE [ mlNO STUFFED, - 227100 " FmCASSEE AND FRmD) tO 11:45 a.m. and the splash starts at noon. Hot chocolate and long- sleeve T-shirts will be sold. This year, the Chamber is en- couraging team registration. Schools, businesses, clubs, friends and families are invited to choose a team name and compete with others for the largest team. The team with the most registered members who actually get wet will win the Iceberg trophy and bragging rights for the whole year. Team members may wear To shirts with their team name over their bathing suits. That extra bit of clothing may come in handy in January. Individuals may only wear bathing suits. The 24th annual Hometown Pet Show. Pets can strut their stuff and compete for prizes in a vari- ety of categories including best dressed. The pet show starts at 10:45 a.m. For a registration brochure, or for more informa- tion, call the Chamber at 800-962- 7873. Presenting sponsors for the event include Coastal Resorts Re- alty, Creative Resource Group, Happy Harry's Inc., Taylor Bank and The Frog House Restaurant. TUIIO