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70 FRID DECEtBER 2- MONDAY, DECEMBER 5,2011 CAPE LIFE !;ym !o ! visit Mi or S :" . " " " as Spe- all sports and i~ ready to meet Chalrpers rog Also wsltmg Olympics, Lions Winnie and cial Olympian Will Gibbs, who any new challe/ ge that comes Barbara Spence visited Miton spoke about how the program his way.The me ting ended with Lions Club at its ing.changed his life, He shared his a donation to Special Olympics Fri-story about being a child who presented by M lton Lions Club The Spences pc day from the s and gave the ar facts" concernin future of the S Nov. 14 mee ,rtrayed Joe how "Drag1 di nce "just the history ,ecial Olym let"never played sports and was told President Mike the to stay in the house so he would- For further ir and n't be made fun of, and then be- tact Brenda ticscoming a young adult who plays cov4852@comc Vajda. formation con- Coverdale, KINfolk raffle winners chosen after Nov. 9 wine tasting The occasioI was KINf( lk's the drawing of the winning tick- Nemours Mare, on, George & Ninth Annual V fine Tasting and ets for KINfolk's annual raffle. Lynch, Harry s avoy Grill, BBC Raffle Drawing ]losted Nov.9 by Cheryl Blackman, recently rec- Tavern, MyShefpa, Prom Girl, M&T Bank at 1 he Wilmington ognized as a Governor's Volun- Big Fish Grill, D,',jfi Vu Hair Styl- Trust Center in Wilmington. teeroftheYear, selected the win- ists and board Eembers Lee Lu- "This is a Speci l event for KIN- ning tickets. KINfolk applauds cas and Marc Pe]letier. Folk," says Exe:utive,,DireCtor the winners: First prize, $2,011, KINfolk is a Delaware non- Melinda McGt igan, because Jimmy Tomaschuk, Lewes; sec- profit organizat on serving the vietually everytL ing for the e rent ond prize, $1,011, Donna Kilby, needs Of hospita ized and home- is donated. Spon sors, donors and Port Deposit, Md.; third prize, bound children L y providing lap- attendees alike appreciate th t all $511, Nancy Glynn, Rehoboth top computer:;. Founded in of the proceedslfrom the eqent Beach. Georgetown in 1999 by then- go direct!y to oqr laptop lending Sponsoring the raffle first- Delaware Attorlley General M. programs, place prize again this year were Jane Brady, KINt olk is the coun- For the thirc year Branmar Scott and Nancy Sherr. Other try's largest lapt)p lending pro- Wines & Spirils donated the sponsors of-the event were Paul gram allowing s riously ill chil- wine tasting. This year, it ea- Cullen; R.G. Anderson Inc.; dren to keep uplwith schooling tured severalwihesbyenter~a'm- Skanska USA; McCollom and to remain contact with er Paul Cullen. providing a teli- Thomas LLP; Brandywine Con- friends and family. cious assortmenI food wereper- tractors, Delmarva Power; Proceeds from the event and sonal chef Betty/Burleigh of Din- George Products Company;raffle sales will applied to the ner Is Served, olumbus inn, Emory Hill Real Estate Services; general expenqes supporting Crowne Plaza-WilmingtOn/ Artesian Water; and Aloysius KINfolk's L Lending Pro- Bi hndywine, Shbl Rite, Jans en's Butler & Clark. gram: Market and Caf Mezzanottel Other raffle prizes were donat- For more 'marion, go to Highlighting heevening ccas ed by Domaine Hudson, Cape Gazetl e LiOns CI b Nov. 14 PICTURED ARE (I-r) Ba Spence, Will Gibbs, Winnie S Mike Wajda. SUBMITTED I OTO tent Ladies Faith Ch Tea MBER 10, 2011 I:00P Groome dist Cht Rd. & Dewey t Lewes ofaU a sing followed by Tea, Coffee Sandwiches & ( Hats & Gloves Choir, For more info DEWEY .IONS INDUCT NEW MEMBEI: HERB ERT SHEETZ SUBMITTED PHOTO THE DEWEY BEA :H LIONS CLI IB inducted a new member at its Nov. 17 dinner meeting. The club r ow numbers w .ql over 100 members, making it the largest club irLDelaware. Pictur( d (I-r) are 2nd Vice District Gov. Mary Lee Phillips, who is per- formingthe inducti( ~n; new memb~ r Herbert W. Sheetz, and his son and sponsoring Lion, Ducky Sheetz. Socrates Cal:e even,ng meeting set for Dec. 12 The philosopl ical discussign group The Socrates Caf has expand- e' l'its meeting s hedule to include one evening per month, from 6 to 7:30 p.m., the secpnd Monda3 of each month, at Rehoboth Beach Pub- lic Library, 226 Rehoboth Av ., Rehoboth Beach. This month's meet- will take pla e Dec. 12. All are welcome. The regular Socrates Caf6 meeting time is 1:30 to 3 p.m., every Wednesday at the library. < or more i nfrrmation email Dr. Renato R. Bellu, RRBPHD2@ aoilcom. 1 10 New Styrofoam coole re, metal display racks, neon "PacifJco Beer" sign, CUl nmings landing Ranger landing lets, tong handled landing nets, crab traps, power butt huge lot swivels, fishfinders, terminal gear. crab lines~ minnow buckets d Stream & Bear F board, Okuma i spinning reels, s gal. barrels, hart spoons, bucktai Suffix moRe & I: frozen clams, B{ rigs, mule deer striper rigs, g.o plugs, stretch 2! mounts, hat dis~ tackle boxes, ice uum packe5 f clock, Ig. lot misc. jig heads, hundreds of to e winder, menu eels, Daiwa reels, Penn reels, brass nautical clock, ~ozen bait incI bullet, sc~uid & shiners, rconventional & 3ot sta n ess steP Me ba t tank, 2 rubber ba t tanks, pumps & filters, Royal electric register, elec~dronic scales, 50 J tied flounder rigs, trout rigs, snelled hooks, teasers, telaser rigs, all sizes bait holder, Ig. lot peg I~oards, Hopkins s, lead weights of all sizes from 1/8 to 12 ounces, all t~pes floats, spec rigs, sh~d darts, doodl~bugs, surf rigs, raid line, sand spikes, hundreds of custom rigs by "qle Salt Tackle" filet knives, Ig. Igloo bait [coolers, gaffes, v-Air 2 door cooler, chum grinder w/table, fiberglass li~e tanks on metal feet, file~ cabinets, local charts, 500 tied nount, dehookers, top & bottom rigs, "Gulp" baits, s~vim baits, freshwater so~ baits, "Gulp dlspla~/", live bait A. lures, squid skirts, rattle-trap lures, bomber plugs,I Berkley power baits, 4 ~lass display causes, Stretch 25' ,'s, poppers, rods by Quantum, Shakespeare Okumat Shimano wooden rod q lisplay racks ~h displays fish lays, dock box, chest & upright freezers combos of all izes. surf rods. sev. doz. ,lays. Flambeau , and much more!!! Illsi Penn Int .=rnational 50 wide w/,' ~tandup pole Penn Int .=rnational ' -e ter tiber lass over 1983 20' Sea Ox with 1999 140 200011Bass Tracker Grizzly 1648 J s g 70 wide v/standup Bass with a Johnson 50 h d 45 hp c nmercia grade ' Suzuk 2 stroke motor. Runs " P, . fighti ng rod andworkswe centetr console and motor guide ~son tnller ~ er, boat motor " elect ictrolling motor, trailer allin g )d condition. this is the sa le for you. Don"t miss the opportunity to I I t~lke Rt. 1 North, turn rtght on Nass; J Road, go I own fishing tackle and bait at AUCTION PRICES!! I I alpprx" 03 miles an~ take the s tend right I This is the sale if you need a fishing oriented I I dnto New Road. Auetion Site is pprox. 2.7 I Christmas p "esentl Come early and check us out!! lies OR the left. Follow Auction Sig ~s!! PREVIEW - Fri.,LDec.,2nd 5-6 pm MMERT AUCTIOI ! am Sale Day T]~]I~IV][S: q:ashorpersonalcheckwith21.D.'son I ltWo[~ri~ll~;~rT~o-~thort! dayofsale. A112% Buyer's Premium will be added to I "''-'F~'" ~'%~'"~-~~" ~'~" ..... O~~'~'~" all purchases. ~11 items sold "as is", "where is" with I (302) 227~-3946 Fax~ (302) 542-5026 removal the da~/of sale. I