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Winter finches, waterfowl birding trip set for Nov. 21 The field Hook will t 21, 2C WaterJ ralists this tri areas 1 lic to abun( finche locatk Trail Road. Sev, schedt Hook eleventh and final birding rip of the year at Prime National Wildlife "Refuge ke place on Sunday, Nov. 04 with Winter Finches & 0wl. Led by volunteer natu- Bill Fintel and Ed Sigda, p will take participants into lormally closed to the pub- abserve the vast array and ance of waterfowl and ; on the refuge. Tentative ,ns include the Pine Grove and Prime Hook Beach ;ral birding field trips are led during this fall at Prime XIational Wildlife Refuge to allow visitors to enjoy the sights and sounds of the refuge and learn about birds that frequent the area. All field trips begin at 8 a.m. at the Refuge Headquarters off Route 16 and are on Sunday to avoid any conflict with hunting activities. Duration 'will be approximately three hours. Participants are en- couraged to bring binoculars, field guides, and insect repellent. Clothes that are tick resistant are also recommended (light colored pants, sprayed and tucked inside socks). The field trips are free and open to the public. Call the refuge at 684-8419 for more information. BCB G 170 Rehoboth Avenue 302-226-8630 www.theangelshack.com Hours: Sun.-Thurs. 10-6 Fri.-Sat. 10-8 Steven Billups photo CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Nov. 19 - Nov. 22, 2004 - 71 VFW donatesto Good Shepherd Fund V]F Post 7447 in Rehoboth Beach on Nov 10 donated a check for $1,500 to The Good Shepherd Fund, organized by Air Force personnel at Dover Air Biise. The fund helps mili- "tary members and their families in times of financial hard- ship. This is the fourth year that VFW Post 7447 has con- tributed to the fund. Standing in the back are (l-r) Chief Master Sgt. Caroline Vennell, Master Sgt. Stevenson, Senior Master Sgt. Dave Kennedy, VFW Post 7447 Commander Harry McLaughlin, Master Sgt. Dan Bergeron, Master Sgt. Steve Rokosz, Chief Master Sgt. Dennis Deslet and committee chairman John A. Smith. In front are Chief Master Sgt. Ken Thompson, Master Sgt. Len Hyland, Master Sgt. Jennifer Ostar, and Master Sgt. Paul Balcom. yItCKEA PIi :u: T FAMOUS PINE TAR SOAP & NEW PINE TAR SHAMPOO tar  '12,995 TOYOTA :c]Ai] :A lr', mmNmm  i L  T73A prm9 i2246 sale  4,995 III 1HnNII  ..5 N TIIVOTll IIIIIM L U4 22 hie lace qO,H5 Salo PlaCe ql,995 Bi22a  ,9 .... i [ll ;7F117 IWiI::IIqHII,II -I I I ' - '|[II[]TIT:]I]*,I]I[II]TIH][I-TIT l: Ill Winter finches, waterfowl birding trip set for Nov. 21 The field Hook will t 21, 2C WaterJ ralists this tri areas 1 lic to abun( finche locatk Trail Road. Sev, schedt Hook eleventh and final birding rip of the year at Prime National Wildlife "Refuge ke place on Sunday, Nov. 04 with Winter Finches & 0wl. Led by volunteer natu- Bill Fintel and Ed Sigda, p will take participants into lormally closed to the pub- abserve the vast array and ance of waterfowl and ; on the refuge. Tentative ,ns include the Pine Grove and Prime Hook Beach ;ral birding field trips are led during this fall at Prime XIational Wildlife Refuge to allow visitors to enjoy the sights and sounds of the refuge and learn about birds that frequent the area. All field trips begin at 8 a.m. at the Refuge Headquarters off Route 16 and are on Sunday to avoid any conflict with hunting activities. Duration 'will be approximately three hours. Participants are en- couraged to bring binoculars, field guides, and insect repellent. Clothes that are tick resistant are also recommended (light colored pants, sprayed and tucked inside socks). The field trips are free and open to the public. Call the refuge at 684-8419 for more information. BCB G 170 Rehoboth Avenue 302-226-8630 www.theangelshack.com Hours: Sun.-Thurs. 10-6 Fri.-Sat. 10-8 Steven Billups photo CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Nov. 19 - Nov. 22, 2004 - 71 VFW donatesto Good Shepherd Fund V]F Post 7447 in Rehoboth Beach on Nov 10 donated a check for $1,500 to The Good Shepherd Fund, organized by Air Force personnel at Dover Air Biise. The fund helps mili- "tary members and their families in times of financial hard- ship. This is the fourth year that VFW Post 7447 has con- tributed to the fund. Standing in the back are (l-r) Chief Master Sgt. Caroline Vennell, Master Sgt. Stevenson, Senior Master Sgt. Dave Kennedy, VFW Post 7447 Commander Harry McLaughlin, Master Sgt. Dan Bergeron, Master Sgt. Steve Rokosz, Chief Master Sgt. Dennis Deslet and committee chairman John A. Smith. In front are Chief Master Sgt. Ken Thompson, Master Sgt. Len Hyland, Master Sgt. Jennifer Ostar, and Master Sgt. Paul Balcom. yItCKEA PIi :u: T FAMOUS PINE TAR SOAP & NEW PINE TAR SHAMPOO tar  '12,995 TOYOTA :c]Ai] :A lr', mmNmm  i L  T73A prm9 i2246 sale  4,995 III 1HnNII  ..5 N TIIVOTll IIIIIM L U4 22 hie lace qO,H5 Salo PlaCe ql,995 Bi22a  ,9 .... i [ll ;7F117 IWiI::IIqHII,II -I I I ' - '|[II[]TIT:]I]*,I]I[II]TIH][I-TIT l: Ill