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Cape Gazette CAP LIFE FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2- MONDAY. DECEMBER 5, 2Oll S9 'The Navy at Hen open: A Century of Service', t for Rehoboth Join the Reh0both.Beach Pub- tivities on Cape Hen] )peff have Manthorpe graduated from of Naval O erations, retiring as agement as an adjunct professor lic Library at 6 p.m., Tuesday, played in national de ense. The the U.S. Naval Academy in 1955, the deputyldirector of naval in= at the Joint Military Intelligence Dec. 6, for "The Navy at Cape presentation recalls th .'principal earned a master's degree from telligence. :;ubsequently hewas College and at various intelli- Helopen: A Century of Service," U.S. Navy installation that were George Washington University involved ill strategic planning gence agencies. Since relocating presented by William H.J. Man- on the Cape and illusl :ates what and did further graduate work at with Johns Hopkins University, fulltime to Rehoboth Beach he thorpe Jr. This presentation corn- the facilities looked ike when American University and Hap attaining tlte rank of professor has also been researching, speak- memorates the presence of the they were operational and what vard. He served 24 years as a while lectu ring in the graduate ing and writing on Delaware's U.S. Navy on Cape Henlopen the locations look today. It -naval intelligence officer, retiring engineeri g management and naval history. from 1898 to 1996. It highlights describes how the orl anizations as a captain. ROTC curr cula: For additional information or one aspect of Delaware's mar- operated and pictures]the equip- For another 16 years he served For the l ast 15 years he has to register for the program, call itime heritage, the little-known, ment used and the dhily life of the Navy as a civilian senior ex- been teact ing a graduate-level the library at 302-227-8044 or go but important role that naval ac- the Sailors. ecutive in the office of the Chief course in eadership and man- to I FIRST TOWN CLUB HEARS ABOUT DELAWARE'S K-9 PROGRAM MEMBERS OF LEWE.~ Club experienced a presE 15 by Delaware'State Poli Page and his canine Fokt SUBMITTED PHOTO defenders of the peace r they work together. Page explained the trair and Fokusz demonstratec siveness to Page's con showing how they maintai der, the duo generated a sq rity among members o' group. After the presentatic swered questions from au~ bers and refreshments Fokusz guarded the polic( the building, and the co continued until the Noven concluded. The First Town Club me the third Tuesday of every Lewes Presbyterian Ch meeting features a special as well as refreshments an Shown is Delaware Sta' Brian Page and his dog Fok First Town ttation Nov. :e Cpl. Brian ~z. The two vealed how ng program, his respon- mands. By law and or- nse of secu- this socia , Page an- ence mem- ere served. car outside tversations ~er meeting Rs at 7 p.m. aonth at the irch. Each )resentation social time. Police Cpl. ISZ, :ers 6ll hold a to 10 p.m., )f each re- Ruby Tuesday event to benefit animal shel Ruby Tuesday at 945 N. DuPont Boulevard in Milford three-day event to benefit local animal shelters from 11a,m Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, Dec. 6 to 8. A portion ceipt will be donated to Debbie's Fund for Animals, a MilFord-based charity that supports nine area shelter groups. Diners should tell their server they are participating in the fundraiser. Ruby Tues lay is sup- porting the Debbie's Fund annual Share the Season drive :o provide supplies and funding to local animal groups. Blankets, ne v pet toys, or dry or canned pet food can also be dropped off. Call 3( -424-1504 for more information. Everything on sale from 20% to 75% off Fresh Each Friday enter to RETAIL PARTICIPANTS Angel Scents of Delaware Downtown Cowgirl Avenue Apothecary & Spa E.C. Shades Azura Hatley of Rehoboth Beach Bad Hair Day? Heidi Lowe Bayside Rug Co. J?sephine's Daughter Bells Luna Just Comfort Shoes Bike to Go. Lily Pad Children's Clothing Blooming Boutique Mod Cottage Browseabout Books ~1onsoon Fashions C.LA.D Oasis Bath &Body Boutique Cartton's Out Gear & More Christmas Spirit Paintiques. Clear Space Theatre Pass it On Creatable Crafts Pelican Loft Del Sol Quiet Storm Beach Running Shop SeaSh II Shop ; Candy Comfortable South I ie Octopus The Pe RESTAURANT PARTICIPANTS Bake Shoppe Cake Break The Coffee Mill Dos Locos Fajita & Stonegrill Restaurant Fins Espuma Galiery Espresso Go Fish! Grotto Pizza Henlopen City Oyster House Hobo's Restaurant and Bar Lupo Di Mare Nicola Pizza Rehoboth Ale House Shorebreak Locige Sole Stingray Sushi Bar & Asian Latino Grille Stoney Lonen Summer House Victoria's HOTELS Bellmoor Inn & Spa Boardwalk Plaza