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50 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30- MONDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2012 CAPE LIFE Cape Gazette LYE Foundation gala raises nearly $20,000 About 160 people turned out wine or Dogfish Head artisan Nov. 10 to enjoy international beer. Spanish guitar folk music cuisine at the Lewes Yacht Club floated in the background, sung Foundation's third annualby Chilean native Isabel Uman- fundraiser, a Celebration of the zor. Bay. A live auction is the hall- The foundation raises funds to mark of the evening, and this promote programs for youth in year's event raised more than sailing, swimming and maritime $19,000. activities as well as college schol- One of the highlights of the arship programs for young adults auction was the bidding war focused on maritime studies. waged for a 10-day vacation in a In only two grants cycles in private home in Provence, donat- 2011 and 2012, the foundation has ed by Bert and Sue Keller of given four college scholarships; Lewes. Among numerous other awarded grants to an Eagle Scout auction items were a 10-pound who constructed an inflatable case of Rastelli Angus beef whale which is now used as an steaks with two bottles of fine educational tool by the MERR red wine, sunset cruises on the Institute; provided funding for bay, fishing trips, a behind-the- area fishing contests; helped un- scenes tour of Mount Vernon as derserved children take a week well as Winterthur Museum, and of sailing instruction; provided original artwork by local artists, instructors to teach sailing; took Guests savored tastings of children from the Children's chateaubriand, veal roulade Beach House sailing for a day; stuffed with crab, mushrooms helped restore a Monomoy res- and spinach, paella, crab cakes cue row boat that will be used in and grilled salmon with lemon area competitions; provided tarragon cream sauce. Each deli- funding to the Lewes Historical cacy was accompanied by aSociety for its family boat-build- choice of a specially selected fine ing project; and supported sever- al other local projects. The third grants cycle will begin this win- ter. Nonprofit organizations serv- ing youth are encouraged to sub- mit applications for LYCF grants. More information can be found at lycfoundation.com. The due date for 2013 applications is April 15, 2013. The LYCF is a nonprofit organization separate from the Lewes Yacht Club. eine Highly Qualified Instructors Hollii er ...................... !ORE I E. : FFF FOI:NII tTIOII Call fora FREE Consultation 698-5201 www.foreverfiffoundation.com oeated inside Ouest Fitne at the Village of Five Points RON MACARTHUR PHOTO SUE AND BERT KELLER, left, congratulate Stephen and Barbara Edson after a successful bid on a 10-day stay at the Kellers' home in Provence, France. For more photos, go to www.capegazette.com. ;aturda l. Dec. 8th- 9AM- IIAM Open Everyday 7 am 7 pm