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56 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Dec. 6 - Dec. 12, 2002 Rehoboth Beach alive with holiday cheer at parade, tree lighting Winners of annual Hometown Christmas Parade are announced The results are in for the Re- hoboth Beach Hometown Christ- mas Parade, held Dec. 2. Here are the winners: • Best Appearing Color Guard: 1. Sussex Tech High School. 2. Woodbridge High School. • Best Appearing Auto Club: 1. Delaware Style. 2. First State Corvette Club. • Church Group: 1. Midway Assembly of God. 2. Friendship United Methodist. 3. Trinity Faith. • Youth Group: 1. Seashore Striders. 2. Delaware Magic Soft- ball. 3. Healopen Soccer Club. • Equestrian Group: 1. Win- swept Stables. 2. Shore Fresh Donut Shop. • Commercial Float: 1. Apple Electric. 2. Baybees Pediatrics. 3. ACS Relay for Life. • Commercial Entry: 1. Nuttle Lumber. 2. Jolley Trolley. 3. Grot- to Pizza. • Scout Group: 1. Cub Scout Troop 87. 2. Girl Scout Troop 903. 3. Brownie Troop 1324. 4. Daisy Girl Scout Troop 1148. • Auto 1941-1979: A.D. Jones • Auto 1980 to present: Curtis Byington. • Most Patriotic Entry: Re- hoboth Beach Ladies Auxiliary • Best Appearing High School Band: 1. Woodbridge High School. 2. Sussex Tech High School. • Best Appearing Ambulance: Mid Sussex Rescue. • Best Appearing Motorized: Ellendale Fire Company. • Best Appearing Rescue: Frankford Fire Company. • Best Appearing Pumper: Seaford Fire Company. ° Best Appearing Aerial: Lewes Fire Department • Best Appearing Fire Depart- ment: Millsboro Fire Company • Emergency Service Entry: Sussex County Sheriff • Most Patriotic Entry: Frank- ford Fire Company • Overall Judges Choice: Ap- ple Electric. A Dan Cook photos Santa, given a Hft courtesy of his chauffeur (Rehoboth Beach Mayor Sam Cooper) makes his annual appearance at the finish of the Rehoboth Beach Hometown Christmas Parade. The American Cancer Society's Relay for Life float placed Apple Electric's winter wonderland float, complete with falling snow, caught the judges' third among commercial entries, eyes, and a first place in the commercial float division. Lee Ann Goodrich from Winswept Stables keeps the beat as the little drummer boy. Parade watchers (l-r) Sarah Pitman, 2 1/2, EmiHe Ekholm 3, and Mollie Ekholm, 1 1/2, enjoy the parade from the warmth of their car. Ariel Bradley rides the Baybees float with her friends from Monster's Inc. The float nabbed a monsterously good second place.