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.* Cape Gazette AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY UNIT 28 HOLDS CLASS ON FLAG ETIQUETTE '/ SUBMITTED PHoTo Cindy and Dick Phiillips of American Legion Auxiliary Unit 28 display a folded flag that is given to families at military funerals. . / CAPE LIFE FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2 - AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY UNIT 28 Education Chair Cindy Phillips and legion member Dick Phillips recently held a class at the Millsboro Boys & Girls Club on proper fag et quette and how the flag is folded for ceremonial occasions such as burials. They explained the meaning of each fold as they demonstrated. Cindy.and Dick Phillips show children at the Millsboro Boys & Girls Club a fullflag before folding. vol r award MONDAY, DECEMBER 5, 2011 69 A group of seven volunteers Scout and comr from the Delaware Nature Sod- and public progra ety received the Governor's Out- The volunteer standing Volunteer Award, one of Gordon ] of nine groups and 12 individual Ainsworth, Kathy so honored in 2011. The award Roberson, Tim La winners were recognized at a and Hank seiler. ceremony in Dover Nov. 3. "Volunteers are The seven volunteers con- of Delaware Na structed two Native American says Mike Riska, e style longhouses at Delaware Na- tor of the Delawa ture Society's Ashland Nature ety. "Without the: Center in Hockessin. The long- do all that we do houses are used in educational education, prese programming for school groups, ardship and advo, anity groups, house volunteer team gave self- educational programs that DNS as. lessly of themselves; collectively presents to the public," says consisted they devoted more than 1,100 Christy Belardo, volunteer coor- isher, Don volunteer hours to their task." dinator for the Delaware Nature Szczerba, Eric The volunteers strove for his- Society. "The children who expe- ttz, Jim Bayard torical accuracy in the construc- rience these longhouses will en- tion of the longhouses. They col- joy a whole new level of interac- the backbonelected, cut and bundled phrag- tire learning and authenticity ure Society," mites - the building material uti- thanks to the hard work of this :ecutive direc- lized by Native Americans in this group." Nature Soci-region - and learned to lash the There is a wide range ofvolun- a, we couldn't pieces together, bending the teer opportunities available at n the areas of trusses to just the right angle, the Delaware Nature Society. To vation, stew- ' 11 of the volunteers in this learn more, call Belardo at 302- acy. Our long- group care very deeply about the 239-2334, Ext. 11l. Suss PRESENTS Cape Henlopen High School Friday, Dec. 16 & Saturday, Dec. 17 7 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 18 1 p.m. GeneralAdmission $15 Seniors & Children $12 302-645,7855 or 302-855-9282 Artistic Director, Kate Downes Walker Rt. 9 katie@sussexdance.com Industrial Center, Unit 14 Lewes-Georgetown Hwy. 20 Midway Shopping Center