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90 - CAPE GAZETTE' Friday, Nov. 19 - Nov. 22, 2004 Winners named in car and farm equipment show The Greater Millsboro Chamber of Commerce has announced the winners of its rescheduled Big Thursday car and farm equipment shows and horseshoe tournament, held Nov. 6. The winners of the car show in- clude the following individuals: • Mayor and Chamber Presi- dent's Choice: Alfred Hudson of Snow Hill, Md., 1963 Chevy. • Show Committee's Choice: Robert Lee Mills III, Pocomoke City, Md., 1936 Chevy pick-up. • Best Original: Darryl Brea- sure, Selbyville, 1970 Plymouth • Superbi'rd. 16,000 miles. • Best Modified: Joseph Lofland, Millsboro, 1939 Chevy Briefly Pet portrait sale benefits therapeutic riding group Pet owners can bring their dogs, cats and more for a pet portrait with Santa from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Nov. 27-28 and Dec. 4-5 at Con- cord Pet, located on Route 1 in Rehoboth Beach. Christmas post cards and 4 x 6 photos are avail- able. The event is a fundraiser for Southern Delaware Therapeutic & Recreational Horseback Riding. Drop-ins are welcome. Poinsettia sale benefits Boys & Girls Club The Greater Milford Boys & Girls Club is offering a selection of poinsettias in time for the holi- days. The plants are available in two sizes - with four to six blooms for $9 and 10 to 14 blooms for $18. Bloom colors are traditional red, white and pink. Orders must be placed by Nov. 22, and may be picked up at the Boys & Girls Club, 105 N.E. Front Street, Milford, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, DeC. 4, or the fol- lowing week by prior arrange - ment. Free delivery is available Additionally, 50 each of first, second and third-place trophies were awarded to car owners from a five-state area. Fifty separate awards were pre- sented for the rescheduled cruise in held Nov. 7. The winners of the Farm Equip- ment Show include the following individuals: • Top of Class sponsored by T&M John Deere dealer of Har- rington: 1. Tom Miller, 1956 JD 820. 2. Jerry Warrington, I946 JD B. 3. Chick Warner; 1959 JD 730. 4. Ralph Hitchens, 19t9 Fair- banks. • Top of Class sponsored'by" Vincent Farms: 1. Ralph Hitchens for orders of 10 plants or more. For more details, call 422-4453. • Food Lion program supports local library The Friends of the Millsboro Library is a participating nonprof- it agency in Food Lion's Lion Shop & Share fundraising pro- gram. Every time participating Food Lion shoppers uses their MVP cards, a portion of their total grocery purchase is donated to the Millsboro Public Library.. To participate, visit www.foodlion.com and designate "Friends of the Millsboro Li- brary" of Millsboro as the benefit- ing nonprofit agency, or sign up at 800-210-9569. Adoption fair set for Nov. 20 in Milton All are invited to celebrate adoption at the ninth annual Southern Delaware Adoption Fair, scheduled for noon to 4 p.m., Sat- urday, Nov. 20, at Eagles Nest Fellowship Church in Milton. The event includes live entertainment, games and activities, and the chance to meet adoptive families and representatives from local adoption agencies. Fried chicken will be provided; attendees are asked to bring a pot Now Accepting _ Delaware Physicians Care Rehoboth Beach (302) 226-3661 Jr. 1938 Maytag. 2. Jerry and Sue Long, 1949 Allis Chalmers 13.3. Bruce Sentment, 1966 Interna- tional Cub. 4. Tom and Will Cur- rie, 1955 Ford. • Top of Class sponsored by Thoroughgood's Transport LLC. 1. Jim Brackin, 1941 Gravely. 2. Josh Farlow, 1948 Ford 8N. 3. Francis Crouch, 1963 Case 930. 4. Keith Long, 1969 Panzer. The Best in Show, sponsored by Special Touch Flowers and Gifts, was awarded to Wayne and Kerry Carmean, 1948 JD M. The horseshoe tournament win- ners include the following indi- viduals: • Class A: 1. Kevin Whee, Har- luck dish tO share. To volunteer or for more information, call Don- na Walton at 302-422-0182. Meals On Wheels volunteers needed Sussex County Senior Services, Inc./CHEER needs volunteers for its Meals on Wheels program to deliver nutritious meals to home- bound seniors in the Long Neck. and Oak Orchard areas. Just two hours per week can vastly im, prove the mental and dietary health of a senior. For more information or to vol- unteer, call 856-5187. ringtonl 2. Ron Yannarella, Har- rington. 3. Wayne Saulsbury, Dover. • Class B: 1. Dick Galotia, Millsboro. 2. Mark Brittingham, Newark. 3. John Hunter, Camden. • Class C: 1. Richard Bauer, Newark. 2. Keith Hudson, Georgetown. 3. James Fox, Hart- ly. • Class D: 1. Daniel Warrington, Millsboro. 2. Gene Bedgood, New Castle. 3. Bill Davis, Mills- boro. The winner of the NASCAR No. 18 Bobby Labonte trunk lid was Bryan Gray of Millsboro. Er- ic Yocum of Smyrna won the Tony Stewart model car and Fran Harrison of Millsboro won the Bobby Labonte model car. The winner of the 50/50 &aw- ing, at just under $300, was Judi Thoroughgood of Millsboro. Lewes on Thursday nights • MOVING SALE 10°/o OFF STOREWIDE -Da L g'€4'1 X’ X minim nun nnnnmnmmm in mmmnm" mmmmmmmn mmmuu mmmmm nmmumm Excluding Lladro and Franz 90 - CAPE GAZETTE' Friday, Nov. 19 - Nov. 22, 2004 Winners named in car and farm equipment show The Greater Millsboro Chamber of Commerce has announced the winners of its rescheduled Big Thursday car and farm equipment shows and horseshoe tournament, held Nov. 6. The winners of the car show in- clude the following individuals: • Mayor and Chamber Presi- dent's Choice: Alfred Hudson of Snow Hill, Md., 1963 Chevy. • Show Committee's Choice: Robert Lee Mills III, Pocomoke City, Md., 1936 Chevy pick-up. • Best Original: Darryl Brea- sure, Selbyville, 1970 Plymouth • Superbi'rd. 16,000 miles. • Best Modified: Joseph Lofland, Millsboro, 1939 Chevy Briefly Pet portrait sale benefits therapeutic riding group Pet owners can bring their dogs, cats and more for a pet portrait with Santa from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Nov. 27-28 and Dec. 4-5 at Con- cord Pet, located on Route 1 in Rehoboth Beach. Christmas post cards and 4 x 6 photos are avail- able. The event is a fundraiser for Southern Delaware Therapeutic & Recreational Horseback Riding. Drop-ins are welcome. Poinsettia sale benefits Boys & Girls Club The Greater Milford Boys & Girls Club is offering a selection of poinsettias in time for the holi- days. The plants are available in two sizes - with four to six blooms for $9 and 10 to 14 blooms for $18. Bloom colors are traditional red, white and pink. Orders must be placed by Nov. 22, and may be picked up at the Boys & Girls Club, 105 N.E. Front Street, Milford, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, DeC. 4, or the fol- lowing week by prior arrange - ment. Free delivery is available Additionally, 50 each of first, second and third-place trophies were awarded to car owners from a five-state area. Fifty separate awards were pre- sented for the rescheduled cruise in held Nov. 7. The winners of the Farm Equip- ment Show include the following individuals: • Top of Class sponsored by T&M John Deere dealer of Har- rington: 1. Tom Miller, 1956 JD 820. 2. Jerry Warrington, I946 JD B. 3. Chick Warner; 1959 JD 730. 4. Ralph Hitchens, 19t9 Fair- banks. • Top of Class sponsored'by" Vincent Farms: 1. Ralph Hitchens for orders of 10 plants or more. For more details, call 422-4453. • Food Lion program supports local library The Friends of the Millsboro Library is a participating nonprof- it agency in Food Lion's Lion Shop & Share fundraising pro- gram. Every time participating Food Lion shoppers uses their MVP cards, a portion of their total grocery purchase is donated to the Millsboro Public Library.. To participate, visit www.foodlion.com and designate "Friends of the Millsboro Li- brary" of Millsboro as the benefit- ing nonprofit agency, or sign up at 800-210-9569. Adoption fair set for Nov. 20 in Milton All are invited to celebrate adoption at the ninth annual Southern Delaware Adoption Fair, scheduled for noon to 4 p.m., Sat- urday, Nov. 20, at Eagles Nest Fellowship Church in Milton. The event includes live entertainment, games and activities, and the chance to meet adoptive families and representatives from local adoption agencies. Fried chicken will be provided; attendees are asked to bring a pot Now Accepting _ Delaware Physicians Care Rehoboth Beach (302) 226-3661 Jr. 1938 Maytag. 2. Jerry and Sue Long, 1949 Allis Chalmers 13.3. Bruce Sentment, 1966 Interna- tional Cub. 4. Tom and Will Cur- rie, 1955 Ford. • Top of Class sponsored by Thoroughgood's Transport LLC. 1. Jim Brackin, 1941 Gravely. 2. Josh Farlow, 1948 Ford 8N. 3. Francis Crouch, 1963 Case 930. 4. Keith Long, 1969 Panzer. The Best in Show, sponsored by Special Touch Flowers and Gifts, was awarded to Wayne and Kerry Carmean, 1948 JD M. The horseshoe tournament win- ners include the following indi- viduals: • Class A: 1. Kevin Whee, Har- luck dish tO share. To volunteer or for more information, call Don- na Walton at 302-422-0182. Meals On Wheels volunteers needed Sussex County Senior Services, Inc./CHEER needs volunteers for its Meals on Wheels program to deliver nutritious meals to home- bound seniors in the Long Neck. and Oak Orchard areas. Just two hours per week can vastly im, prove the mental and dietary health of a senior. For more information or to vol- unteer, call 856-5187. ringtonl 2. Ron Yannarella, Har- rington. 3. Wayne Saulsbury, Dover. • Class B: 1. Dick Galotia, Millsboro. 2. Mark Brittingham, Newark. 3. John Hunter, Camden. • Class C: 1. Richard Bauer, Newark. 2. Keith Hudson, Georgetown. 3. James Fox, Hart- ly. • Class D: 1. Daniel Warrington, Millsboro. 2. Gene Bedgood, New Castle. 3. Bill Davis, Mills- boro. The winner of the NASCAR No. 18 Bobby Labonte trunk lid was Bryan Gray of Millsboro. Er- ic Yocum of Smyrna won the Tony Stewart model car and Fran Harrison of Millsboro won the Bobby Labonte model car. The winner of the 50/50 &aw- ing, at just under $300, was Judi Thoroughgood of Millsboro. Lewes on Thursday nights • MOVING SALE 10°/o OFF STOREWIDE -Da L g'€4'1 X’ X minim nun nnnnmnmmm in mmmnm" mmmmmmmn mmmuu mmmmm nmmumm Excluding Lladro and Franz