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36 - CAPE GAZETIE, Friday, Dec. 6 - Dec. 12, 2002 Christian Storehouse to participate in the 16th annual Parade of Trees The Christian Storehouse will participate in the 16th annual Pa- rade of Trees, sponsored by Grot- to's of Long Neck. The Storehouse's participation is especially noteworthy since it just reopened after being closed for repairs. The heavy rains over the Labor Day weekend caused its roof to collapse, but an outpouring of community support as well as a rapid response from contractors and volunteers enabled the Store- house to reestablish its ministry. Volunteers for the Storehouse, who collect and redistribute clothes and food and provide emergency aid, have applied their mission statement in decorating the tree at Grotto's. Using mittens, socks, scarves and other items, they have crafted an attractive tree showing how they help people on a limited income get through the winter. Grotto's sponsors the Parade of Trees as an opportunity for non- profit organizations, and the more generous the votes the better. The Storehouse invites the public to see the tree in the dining area next to the game room before Dec. 18, the last day of the parade. For more information, call the Storehouse at 934-8151. Submitted photo Lions, confmnands team up to deliver Thanksgiving baskets The confirmands from Rehoboth Beach Westminster Presbyterian Church and Lions from the Rehoboth Beach Lions Club gathered to make up six baskets for the needy in the area for Thanksgiving. The confirmation class is in charge of getting the church members to provide nonperishable items each month. The class contributed the items while the Lions provided a turkey for each basket, plus fresh baked items. Shown assembling the baskets are (l-r) Lion Jim Mayben, Lion James Fagg, Terry Fagg, confirmands Janine MacDonald, Sean Tappan and Kellie Tappan; in front is Andrew Fagg. If anyone or any business wishes to join this project, call 227-8752.