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i 52 FRIDAY, JANUARY 4 - MONDAY, JANUARY 7, 2013 CAPE LIFE Cape Gazette i I FIRST TOWN CLUB HOSTS LUNCH " HENLOPEN DONATE TO WOUNDED WA00iOR PROJECT .... SUBMITTED PHOTO " JUDY HELMS, LEFT, and Ginny Falgowski worked together to organize the annual Holiday Luncheon of the First Town Club of Lewes, which was held Dec. 18 at Kings Creek Country Club. This year. 70 members and four guests enjoyed a festive meal and entertainment provided by Aimee Wiest on the piano and Janet Layden, who led the group in song. During the luncheon, club members contributed $540 to share the spirit of the holidays with the less fortunate in the community. All monies collected will be do- nated to the Cape Henlopen Food Basket. For more information about the First Town Club, call Terry Palumbo at 302-645- 9719. LAPTOPS AS LOW AS 169 - SUBMITTED PHOTO ON BEHALF OF THE BROADKILN VFW Post 6984 and the Ladies Auxil- iary of Post 6984,JeanLRlckards holds toys donated in the Toys for Tots drop- Off box in theOverStuffed ich'Shop on Route 9 in Harbeson on Dec. 17. Zwaanendael Club to hold open house, social The GFWC Zwaanendael Women's Club at Third Street and Sa- vannah Road, Lewes, will offer an open house and sponsor a compli- mentary Ladies' Wine and Cheese Social to familiarize local women with the General Federation of Women's Clubs Lewes Chapter. The event will take place at 7 p.m., Tuesday, Jan. 22, at the clubhouse. The club has been serving the community for more than 50 years doing charitable work wherever needed. It also offers monthly speakers, social events and historic experiences for all interested women. Newcomers to the area as well as longtime residents are warmly invited to attend. RSVP by Saturday, Jan. 12, for a reservation. Contact Lea Peter, membership chair, at for reservations. Call 302-598-1691 for more information. Limited seating is available. STEVEN BILLUPS PHOTO CAPE HENLOPEN ELKS LODGE No. 2540 donated a check to the Wounded Warrior Project Dec. 14. Also donated were calling cards given by members of the Red Hat Society. American Legion Post 28 accepted the check plan- ning a weekencl in the Cape Region for some of the Wounded Warriors at Walter Reed Hospital. Shown at the presentation in front are (I-r) Elks 2540 Exalted Ruler Steve Pepe, Wounded Warrior Weekend Program Chair Jim Lafferty and Elks Veterans Committee Chair Art Frampton. In back are Veterans Committee members Ed Fee- Icy, John Marcus, Doris Nowottnick, Leo Marigold, Mike Blacker, Dave Ramsey and John Fiorentino. Auxiliary to assemble Family Hero Packs The American Legion Auxil- iary Unit 28 will put together Family Hero Packs from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Martin Luther King Day, Jan. 21, in the Bingo Hall at the post. MLK Day is designated as a day of service for all service or- ganizations. The Family Hero Packs allow the community to honor and support military fami- lies. The auxiliary is requesting do- nations of phone cards, sta- tionery, books of 20 stamps, plain envelopes, small photo albums, disposable cameras, packs of playing cards, small board games and gift cards to Walmart, CVS, Walgreens or Food Lion. Dona- tions may be dropped off at the )For morelinformation, call: 302-945-9191 auxiliary or can be brought to the event. The public is invited as members provide resources for military families to stay connect- ed. For details, contact Cindy Phillips at 302-945-9191 or the auxiliary office at 302-945-1673, Ext. 14. We Repair & Service: Cracked cell phone, iPad Button not working? No sound.e The taptep Shop can repair it. Apple iPhones - Same Day Service Apple iPads We service all brands of Laptops & Desktops: Virus? Cracked LCD? Missing Keys? Just not working right? The taptep Shop can repair it. We Sell Laptops & Desktops: Laptops as low as $169 (Acer, Apple, Compaq, Dell, HP, IBM & Toshiba) Laptop Batteries AC Adapters, iPhone Adapter Cables Desktop Computers & MUCH more! Need cash Now? Electronics just sitting around.e Get Cash! Our concept is simple. Working or not, sell your used & previously owned items. We buy: Laptops Desktops Phones iPods & much more. Call Now! Call 302.645.5100 & visit Midway Movie Shopping Center * Coastal Hwy. 1 * Rehoboth