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30 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, November 27 - December 3, 1998 AARP to hold annual Christmas party Dec. 8 The AARP Chapter 3543 will hold its next meeting Tuesday, Dec. 8, at BayCenter in Dewey Beach. The doors open at 11 a.m., with lunch served at 12:15 p.m. The annum Christmas party will be held at this time. Entertainment Will be provided by Bill Earle's Orchestra; there will be dancing and caroling. Lewes Cub Scouts hold canned food drive Lewes Cub Scout Pack J is holding a canned food drive for the needy over the holidays. They are placing drop-off boxes at two locations - in front of Lloyd's IGA and on Second Street, beginning Wednesday, Dec. 2, through Sunday, Dec. 6. The pack will also be marching in the Lewes Christmas Parade, slated for 5 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 5, with a cartcollecting canned goods along the parade route. Anyone unable to drop off their canned goods may call Carl Hansen, 645-6715, for pickup. Submitted photo Cape Elks Lodge donates to Cape Band Boosters The CaF  Henlopen High School Band received another contribution toward its Christmas trip to Lol,don. William P. Albanese HI accepts a check for $200 from Don Schneck, Exalted Ruler of the Cape Henlopen Elks Lodge 2540. Also shown are John A. Turansky, chairman of the Elks Youth Activities Committee, and Diane Albanese, band booster. Lewes Historical Society to offer first edition journal signing on Dec. 5 On Dec. 5, the first edition of the new publication, "The Journal of the Lewes Historical Society," will be introduced to the public at a book-signing to be held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., at the Saxon Swan, located on Second Street, in Lewes. Authors Herbert Archdeacon, Hazel D. Brittingham, Bettv Grunder, Judith Atkins Roberts, Barbara Vaughn and artist Ray Jackson will be on hand to sign copies of the new publication. The first issue contai.ns original artwork and ai'ticles about Lewes people, places and events of the past. The journal is designed to pro- vide members of the society, resi- dents of Lewes and the general public with an educational, infor- mative and entertaining view of Lewes history. The new publica- tion's goals are to add to recorded histories of Lewes and document oral anecdotes of Lewes"old- timers" so that their stories will be preserved. This initial journal contains sto- ries about the founding and devel- opment of the Lewes Historical Society, the coming of the rail- roads in the 1800s, the building boom that followed the railroads, the founding of three Lewes churches and other anecdotes and biographies. The journal will be on sae for $4 at the Country Store in the Above is the logo gracing the new Lewes Historical So- ciety journal, which wili be signed on Saturday, Dec. 5, at Saxon Swam Lewes Historic Complex, Step- ping Stones, the Lewes Chamber of Commerce, the Queen Anne's Dinner Train depot and the Sdxon Swan. EASTERN SUSSEX CHAPTER DIdCK, 3 UNEIMITED ANNUAL BANQUET FRIDAY, DEC. 4, 1998 BayCenter, Dewey Beach , Tickets $50* or $80 per couple Ducks Unlimited's mission is to protect, restore and enhance wetlands and other habitat for the benefit of North America's waterfowl. DU has raised more than $1 billion to conserve more than 8 million acres of vital wildlife habitat in the U.S., Canada and Mexico. The Eastern Sus- sex Chapter's Annual Banquet, Raffle and Auction raise funds for this great cause. *Ticket price includes Annual DU Membership. CERTIFIED LIGHTNING PROTECTION P.O. Box252, Lewes, DE 19958 Simplify your life. At California Closets, we offer a complete range of quality closet, pantry, garage, home office and other storage solutions designed to give you more room in your home- and more space in your life for other things. As seen in  Martha Stewart Living. Call for a free in-home consultation. 227-7636 t Simplify Your Life 227-7636 Call John Bateman 856-2561 ext. 265