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Beekeepers release calendar; first meeting Jan. 5 The Delaware Beekeepers As- sociation/Sussex County has re- leased its 1999 calendar with a great deal of enthusiasm. The group meets on the first Tuesday of January. Oliver Collins, who owns a pollinating service and has the largest number of hives on the Peninsula, will kick off the year with a report on "How and Where to Buy Bees." This is an important topic, because honeybees, like dogs and cattle, can be selected for traits, and pollinators have dif- ferent requirements than honey producers or hobbyists. Moreover, there are a variety of ways of getting bees. For exam- ple, many bees are shipped by the pound through the local post of- rice. The goal of the programs is to benefit serious beekeepers and at the same time encourage the hob- byist. Thus, at the second meeting, Dean Burroughs, one of the few certified master beekeepers on the Peninsula, will explain hive as- sembly, which can be easy enough for the beginner or can be manipu- lated a variety of ways to persuade bees to grow and produce differ- ently. Beekeeping, even at its most basic "nuts and bolts," is al- ways an art and a science. Other topics to be covered throughout the year will include: spring hive management by state apiarist Bob Mitchell; hiving swarms by John Landon; raising "nuc" colonies by John Isenhouer; and a review of bee videos avail- able through the Extension Ser- vice by association publicist Ran- dall Cash. Landon and Isenhouer are both local commercial grow- ers. The roster als0 includes Joafi MaLoof from Salisbury State Uni- versity who will speak about plants which can be grown by a backyard gardener to attract bees. As a special service to the public, the association will offer a two- Saturday short course on beekeep- ing, ideal for people who wish to raise bees this spring. The first meeting of the year's programs will start at 7:30 p.m., Jan. 5, at the University of Delaware's Research and Educa- tion Center on Route 9, about six miles west of Georgetown. For more information, call Dean Bur- roughs at 410-543-6344, Smart cooking can lead to healthier eating and tasty rewards in the new year Is your crock pot snugly stored inet? Your wok collecting dust un- away in the back of a kitchen cab- derneath a mound of cookbooks? Millville Auxiliary cookbook is great stocking stuffer For friends and family members who like to cook, the Millville Vol- unteer Fire Company has the perfect holiday gift. The auxiliary is sell- ing a cookbook which includes lots of recipes, tips and cooking hints. The cost is $10. For more information or to place an order, call Lois Lathbury at 539-8139 or see any auxiliary member. Wild game cooking class begins Jan. 9 in Smyrna The Delaware Division of Fish and Wildlife's "Wild Gang" will be sharing new hints and recipes for cooking wild game in a series of cook- ing classes using snow goose, venison and small game. Staff members Dawn Failing, Cathy Martin and Edna Stetzar will condiact a series of cooking classes in January and February at the Mal- lard Lodge on Route 9 in Smyrna. The courses will teach students the nutritional value of wild game and how to use fresh herbs and spices to enhance its flavor. The cost per course is $20 per person and space is limited so early registration is suggested. Make 1999 your year to try new healthful cooking techniques with help from the American Institute of Cancer Research's 1999 wall calendar, "The Healthy Cook's Kitchen." The calendar covers the basics of poaching, baking, roasting, steaming and more - all'ways to cook healthier, eat healthier and lower cancer risk. In January, learn to 'Wok, Rat- tle and Roll!" and make a tasty, healthy stir fry in a snap. In March, get the most mileage out of your microwave with our creative and quick meal ideas. And in August, learn how to use'a blender to prepare healthy meals. "The Healthy Cook's Kitchen H00e'Py NtrCd .... BEER 30 PACKS o CANS ...... BEER 24 PACKS CANS BUDWEISER, COORS, COORS LIGHT ............ 14.49 HEINEKEN/MaSTEL LIGHT ............ ......... 19.99 BUD LIGHT, ICE ............................... 13.49 BECKS ...................................... 17.99 MILLER LITE, GEN. DRAFT, ICEHOUSE, LITE ICE .. 13.49 MOLSON ICE, GOLDEN ........................ 13.99 MILLER HI-MFE, RED DOG ..................... 10.99 HONEY BROWN .............................. 12.99 COORS EXTRA GOLD .......................... 11.69 LABATTS BLUE ............................... 12.99 BUSCH, BUSCH LIGHT ........................ 10.99 ROLLING ROCK .............................. 11.99 KEYSTONE LIGHT ............................ 10.99 SCHLITZ... .................................. 7.79 OLD MILWAUKEE ............................. 9.99 PIELS ....................................... 6.99 PABST ....................................... 9.49 MILWAUKEES BEST ........................... 6.99 HOLIDAY LIQUOR SPECIALS HOLIDAY CHAMPAGNE SPECIALS 1 75 750 " ANDRE ................................... 2 FOR 6 99 SEAGRAMS VO ................... 9.99 ........ 15.99 " " JIM RI=AM R lq 17 (Xl BALLATORE ................................. 2 FOR 9.99 +-nT?vi;h'i ...................... 1'* ........ ;' COOKS ......................... ; .......... 3 FOR 12.49 ................................................ 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With colorful, humorous il- lustrations by Chris Stephens, this healthful calendar will be a welcome addition to any kitchen wall. Copies of this calendar are available for $5 each by call- ing 800-843-8114, Ext. 716, weekdays 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. or send a check with your name and mailing address to the American Institute for Cancer Research, Dept. C99, P.O. Box 97167, Washington, D.C. 20090-7167. " 227-SUBS (7827) , Rt. 1 Lighthouse Plaza (behind Mill Outlet) HOUDAY HOURS Dec. 24, 9-4 pm * Dec. 25, Closed Dec. 26, 10-7 pm Dec. 31, 9-7 pm .Jan. 1, 10-7 pm Or visit our other location on Rt. 24 - Peddlers Village 945-83OO HOLIDAY HOURS Dec. 24, 9-4 pm Dec. 25 through Dec. 28, Closed Dec. 31,9-7 pm Jan. 1, Closed , Subscribe to The Cape Gazette in '99 Call 645-7700 for information