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December 11, 1998

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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, December 11 - December 17, 1998 - 57 Bradham graduates from Army mechanic course Army Reserve Pvt. Sean T. Bradham has graduated from the heavy- wheeled vehicle mechanic course at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C. During the course, Bradham was trained to perform maintenance and assist in the repair of heavy duty vehicles and associated equipment. Bradham, the nephew of Dorothy and Willie Vann of Milton, is a 1995 graduate of Cape Henlopen High School. Trish Vernon phot The staff at Long & Foster Real Estate in Rehoboth Beach kicked off a Christmas cookie e] change on Saturday, Dec. 5. They are asking members of the community to bring in non-pez ishable food items for needy families through Monday, Dec. 14, and in exchange, they ma: pick up a few cookies to add to the holiday festivities. They are also an official Toys for Tot dropoff location and unwrapped new toys may be brought to the office through Tuesday, Dec 22. Among those on hand for the cookie exchange and enjoying every minute of it are (l-r) An na Misener, Billie Wilkinson, Kathy Taggart, Lynda Fiffe, Karen Flowers and her daughte Bethany Flowers, Sally Wilson, Kelly Spalaris, Jane O'Malley and Angela Richter. Rehoboth Long & Foster office is Toys for Tots center; foods collected Long & Foster has launched its ninth annual Toy Drive through- out the Mid-Atlantic region. The drive, which began in mid-No- vember and runs through Sunday, Dec. 13, collects toys for distribu- tion to financially or physically disadvantaged children within the local community. Area residents are invited to drop as many unwrapped new toys as they can at local Long & Foster offices. Once the toys have been collect- ed by Long & Foster, they will be presented to the Marines, who be- gan the "Toys for Tots" program in 1947, for distribution to area churches and welfare agencies. These organizations will deliver the toys to the neediest children throughout the region. Last year's national Toys for -Tots campaign raised a record- breaking 10 million toys, benefit ing nearly 5 million needy chil dren. According to Marine officials this is still only 30 percent of wha is needed. Long & Foster collect ed more than 15,000 new toy throughout the Mid-Atlantic re gion last year. For more information, call th( Long & Foster Rehoboth Beacl location at 227-2541. The demand is high for fine homes. If you've been frustrated "by your home not selling, or want to see what your home is worth in today's ever changing market, call Century 21 MANN & MOORE to speak with an experienced agent. Our office SELLS FAST FOR TOP DOLLAR. We guarantee our service in writing. "Don't wait, the buyers won't". VISIT US ON THE WORLD WIDE WEB AT: www.century21beach,com EMAIL - 302-227-9477 * 800"255-8200 4343 HWY. One  Rehoboth Beach DE. 19971-1147 -.- ...., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12th NOON TO 3 P.M. at 54 OLIVE AVENUE, REHOBOTH BEACH Your Hostess: Patricia Kelley REHOBOTH 1 RESOm REAm' 1 ''d I OaB llml MCm, Ig J 4151 Hwy. One * Rehoboth 227-5000 800-800-4134 Submitted photo The banner goes up. Shown (l-r) are Sally Wilson, Anne Farley, Karen Flowers, Bruce Ullis, Kelly Spalaris, Lynda Rifle, Billie Wilkinson, Angie Watkins and Angela Richter of Long & Foster's Rehoboth Beach office hang the "Toys for Tots" banner for this year's campaign. The Rehoboth Beach office is collecting toys to give to disadvantaged children in the community. Conectiv promotes holiday safety The holidays are coming and so is the colorful lighting that will be placed inside and out around homes and businesses. As Cape Region residents pre- pare to celebrate the holiday sea- son, Conectiv Power Delivery has information to help make sure those beautiful displays are safe. Inside a home or business. Make sure the lights have been tested and approved by Under- writers Laboratories. Read the lmanufacturers' speci- fications for how many strings of lights can be safely connected. Too many lights attached together can overload a circuit and create a fire hazard. Inspect lights and extension cords carefully. Repair or replace aged connections, cut or frayed in the home ate a fire hazard. Make sure you turn off all lights when you leave the premises or go to bed. Keep lights, ornamental acces- sories, and plugs away from sources of water or moisture. You may even want to cover the open- wires, broken sockets and ex- ing of your tree stand to prevent posed wires, lights from falling into the base of Don't overload outlets or ex- the stand. tension cords. 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