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December 11, 1998

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30 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, December 11 - December 17, 1998 Jen Ellingsworth photo Delawe First Lady visits Lewes Library Martha Carper, first lady to Gov. Tom Carper, was featured guest of a storytime at the Lewes Public Library Nov. 20. Carper captivated her audience of 4-year-olds by reading Mau- rice Sendak's "Where the Wild Things Are." Carper's Lewes library visit was in support of her efforts to promote childhood literacy. To thank her for her efforts and for her visit, the Friends of the Lewes Public Library gave her a Cat's Meow replica of the building and a li- brary book bag. Besides Carper's storytime, patrons and Staff at Lewes Public Library also celebrated National Children's Book Week, Nov. 16-22, and the inclusion of a children's wing in the library's expansion that is slated for construction in spring 1999. @ Submitted photo Lord Baltimore Lions hold fi-uit sale Laurel American Legion to host New Year's party American Legion Post 19 in Laurel will hold a New Year's Eve party from 9 a.m. to 1 a.m., Dec. 31, at the post home on Route 24 in Laurel. Music will be provided by the Sidekicks, and coffee and donuts will be given out at the end of the dance for the ride home. Tickets are $35 per couple. (302) 645-7959 1-800-291-8304 SPECIALIZING IN All YOUR HOLIDAY NEEDS! FRUIT/GOURMET/SNACK BASKETS POINTSETriA'S DISH GARDENS/PLANTS CHRISTMAS GREENS MISTLETOE CENTERPIECES MIDWAY ASSEMBLY OF GOD PRESENTS: 'THE FATHER'S GIFT OF LOVE" 12/19/98 & 12/20/98- 7:00P.M. HIGHWAY OUE g POSTAL LAIE (302) 645-M43 SPECIAL OFFER  FRIDAY 12/11 & SATURDAY 12/12 ONLY 1 DOZEN RED LONG STEM ROSES BOXED $32.50 (CASH & JURY ONLY, WHILE, QUANTITIES LAST) NOT VALID WITH ANY I I OTHER OFFER (GLF 12/11] %-- 00rnight Lodging. Intimal;e Meeting Space. F00:ee Sunsets. The Lord Baltimore Lions Club is conducting its annual cit- rus fruit sale through March. The Salvation Army Thrift Cen- ter has allowed the Lions to distribute the fruit in its parking lot. Shown are Lions Karl Gude, left, and John DriscH. Pro- ceeds from the fruit sale are used for community act-ties and charity projects. For more information, cal1539-1376 n weJcome change to . t: holiday pace.