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I 58 FRIDAy, I ,ECE~,v~BER2_I C)NDAY, DECEMBER 5, 201~ C~ LIFE " | " I (~ap~ ~l.!~tt~ RoT iY CL6 B R G ZES PAUL HARRIS F [J. S Epworth youth group offe!s Drop andShop Epworth Peacl in the Community youth group offers Ct ristmas season babysittin from 6 to 9 p.m,,Fridays, D c. 2, 9, and l ,at Ep- worth church on -Iolland Glade Rof in Rehob th. All ages wel- come. Parents sh buld reserve a spot1 The fee is $5 an hour child, This fundraising pffort will help E.I .I.C. members attend this year's youth rally in Jar uary. Contact Mafia EdgertoO at medgert{m@ep" wo h-rehobo h om or., = 179 vi.tex, ! ROTARY FO| meeting of the Hugh Leahy, ' Maschauer an nual Rotary C( Pictured ar Maschauer, P[ Leahy. Troop c Scouts By Quinn Ba Troop 95 his On the Troop 95 lens Pond S arrived at t p.m., Nov. ] camp in the After bre around the assistant sc ]NDATION CI Georgetown4 /Ves Perkins, :1 Paul H. Mylar nvention in Kal (I-r) Stephe )G Roger Clave SUBMITTED PHOTO |AIR Stephen Kasperski recognizec~ six new and four multiple Paul Hari is Fellows at the Nov. 22 ~illsboro Rotary Club. New Paul Harris Fellows are Lin Faucett, Carol Hal Ben, Stephen Kasperski, nd Linda Price. Multiple PHFs are ~ast District Gov. Roger , Ray Hol~kins, Dr. Carl def. Wilchinski spoke about how The Rotary 50 surplus from the An- Bas City and has now grown to over $2.6 billion in contributions. 1 Kasperski, Ray Hopkins, President Bernice Edwards, Carol Hans~ n, Lin Faucett, Dr. Carl tte, Paul H. Mylander and PDG Ed Wilchinski. Not shown are Linda Wes Perkins and Hugh P5 visitsKillens Pond to geocache .earn nakigation during weekend :er :oriar eekend of ent campin: Late Park. TI ae park aro l, and had dark. fl(fast the handmade spit. Tied for second place were the Firecrackers and Pedros. ov. llq3, The Firecrackers had ham- at Kil- burgers and fried potatoes Le groupcooked in aluminum foil frying md 8:30 pan. The Pedros patrol had ham- set up burger squares with onion and baked potatoes. outs sat In third place was the Cobra campfire iting for )utmaster aJld merit badge counselor JustinGotter to assist witt geocachir g. Geo- caching is going outWalking with a GP5 navigator find a cache witha variety Of things in it. ' | The rub: is, finders leave something, take somett ing, and sign the log book. _ Scouts w,'.nt to a variety of lo- cations arc und the pa k. They found a ka2 oo, jumping rope, 26 cents, a pi :ture of Ct b Scout Pack 100 f om Dover nd a T- shirt, all ip different caches around the ark. For dinner all the patrols had a cook-off without using uten- sils except prepare th food. In first place was the Rav n Patrol with rotisserie chicken on a Patrol with homemade ham- burgers with an ice cube in the middle for moistness, and moz- zarella sticks. In fourth place was the Border Patrol having shish kabobs made with Italian sausage, onions, green peepers, tomatoes (but they forgot to marinate -them) with baked red skin potatoes. Fi- nally, in fifth place was the Chuck Norris Patrol with ham and baked potatoes. Everyone had a great time and cleaned up dinner and had a campfire, and then most scouts headed out for one last game of commandos for the weekend. Sunday morning came and it was time to head home. Everyone had breakfast, packed up and headed back to Georgetown. 8388 Coastal Hwy., Lewes, DE Call us today 302.703.2506 Osher Learning at the University New history and humanities . Four Wednesday $50 for entire Location: Delaware Natior Route 1, Bet pi ornings in Janu lecture series =al Guard Trainir hany Beach :S ry Facility, \ ek I I I I 1 |