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GEORGETOWN, DE - Senator Tom Carper will meet with some of downstate's seniors, homeless, public officials and voters Tuesday at visits throughout the area. Carper will tour the facilities at Casa San Francisco and eat lunch with those who both facilitate and frequent the shelter. Casa San Francisco helps the jobless, displaced and homeless in Sussex County. It offers a 12 bed, 30-day emergency shelter and a hot meal at noon, seven days a week for the walk-in public, shelter residents and local seniors. Volunteers cook and serve the meals. Later in the day, the Senator will visit with Sussex County seniors at the Cape Henelopen Senior Center. He will meet with Dewey Beach mayor Bob Frederick, check out the town's new federally subsidized electric police car and watch a lifeguard/rescue team demonstration and. Carper will culminate his afternoon by helping with a voter registration drive being sponsored by the Bethany- Fenwick Area Chamber of Commerce. TUESDAY, AUGUST 13 12:00- 1:00 p.m. Casa San Fransisco Carper will tour the facilities and eat lunch with the people at the heart of the shelter. Location: 127 Broad Street, Milton 1:15- 1:45 p.m. Cape Henlopen Senior Center Carper to visit with seniors in their art class Location: 11 Christian Street, Rehoboth Beach 2:00- 3:00 p.m. Public Safety Demonstrations at Dewey Beach Carper will meet with Dewey Beach Mayor Bob Frederick, check out the Electric Police Car and watch a Lifeguard/Rescue Team demonstration Location: 105 Rodney Street, Dewey Beach 3:20- 4:00 p.m. Voter Registration Drive at Bethany-Fenwick Area Chamber of Commerce PHOTO OP: Carper to emphasize the importance of making your voice heard Location: Southern Edge of Fenwick State Park, Blue Beach House