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78 - CAPE GAZETNE - Friday, November 17 - Monday, November 20, 2006 Steven Billups photo Veterans honored at Cape Henlopen High school Lewes resident Ernest Swanson, left, Captain, Retired, United States Marine Corps of the Sussex County Chapter, Military Association of America, Retired, receives the Department of the Army Commander&apos;s award for public service at the Cape Henlopen High School and Cape Henlopen School District's Veteran's week Ceremony, Wednesday, Nov. 8. The award states "For outstanding support of the Cape Henlopen High School Army JROTC program during the period of. 1996-2006. His personal involvement and enthusiastic support of he JROTC awards program during this period was a key element in its success. Capt. Swanson's accom- plishments in this regard are keeping with the ideals of patriotism, responsible citizenship, leadership and community involvement." Presenting the award are (l-r) Cadet Maj. Maureen Donohue; Joe Lank, Maj. Gen. Delaware National Guard, Ret.; and Sgt. Jason Irwin, Marine recruiter from Georgetown. Also recognized with Cape Henlopen School District Certificates of Appreciation were Specialist Dustin Bradford, Class of 2002; a Delaware Army National Guard who recently returned from a tour of duty in Iraq and Lance Corporal Richard Clifton, Class of 2003, United States Marine Corps, who was killed in action in 2005. Veterans who are members of the Cape Henlopen School District were honored along with World War H veter- aus. Pampered Chef raffle for charity is Nov. 18 A Pampered Chef charity raffle, in memory of Zachary Ryan Fowler, will be held Saturday, Nov. 18, at an open house at 3902H N. Sycamore Drive, Hearthstone Manor, Milford. First prize is a 7-piece Executive Cookware set valued at $345; sec- ond prize is a roasting pan and rack, valued at $145; and third prize is a Simple Additions Essential Serving Set, valued at $109. Tickets are $1 each or $5 for six. Winners do not need to be present at the drawing; prizes will be shipped to winners out of the immediate area. Funds raised will support the Victory Junction Gang Camp, a camp for children with chronic medical conditions or serious illness. Zachary Ryan died on July 26 at the age of 2. For more information or to purchase tickets, call Zachary's mother, Stephanie Coggle, at 684-8992. 111 n n CHILDREN'S BEACH HOUSE INC Home is where the HeaHome is the Children's Beach House Fnday, December 1, 2006, 6 pom.- lo p.m. $125oo Patron $50.00 Advance $60.00 at the Door Saturday, December 2, lo a.m.- 4 p.m. A:f Sunday, December 3, Noon - 3 p.m, 0 i%. plus 80o'rHER ARrlsrs ! NI! FINE JEWELRY AVAILABLE BY ELEGANT SLUMMING =lV FEA-U RED AR- S- N Cl< SERRA--ORE For information call 3o2-645-9184 Supporting children with special needs and their families, I 18oo Bay Avenue Lewes, Delaware 2OO6 PEACE The Horsey Companies HOPE Atlantic Theaters-- Movies at Midway Pixstar LOVE Atlantic Sands Hotel Delaware Today Magazine Ryan Consulting Joy Cape Gazette Fins Fish House and Raw Bar Monique M. Garrett The HA-RAN Foundation Maverick Marketing Andrew Staton CARE Capital Cleaners . The Bank of Delmarva Coastal Point C.P. Diver Dolphin Dreaming Element John Newton and Mowry Spencer oe and Bernie Polinski Turnstone Builders