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64- CAPE GAZETTE - Friday, January 5 - Monday, January 8, 2007 Energy Answers Program donated to state libraries Public libraries across the state were awarded checks totaling $14,268 in recognition of their partnership with DNREC's Delaware Energy Office to dis- tribute energy-saving light bulbs to residential electric customers in the Flip the Switch, Delaware - and Save! campaign. The cam- paign kicked off the Delaware Energy AnSwers Program, the state's new energy efficiency ini- tiative, made possible by Gov. Ruth Ann Minner and the Delaware General Assembly. "In October Delaware's 34 public libraries distributed 142,680 compact fluorescent bulbs to residential electric cus- tomers," said Sandra Burton, energy efficiency coordinator with the Delaware Energy Office." On behalf of the Delaware Energy Office, I want to thank the libraries for their tremendous help. As part of the program, libraries receive 10 cents for each light bulb distrib- .uted,. and it is my pleasure to award a check to each library. In all, $14,268 is presented to Delaware libraries .for their par- ticipation in this program." The free fluorescent bulbs were provided by the Delaware Energy AnSwers Program to help Delawareans reduce their electric bills and conserve energy. The bulbs, nearly a $10 retail value, use less electricity than a standard incandescent bulb. When used to replace a 60-watt standard bulb, the 142,680 fluorescent bulbs dis- tribtited will save- Delawareans a total of nearly $1.04 million per year. Annie Norman, director of the Delaware Division of Libraries, thanked the Delaware Energy Office for the opportunity to par- ticipate in the program. "It was a pleasure to work with the Delaware Energy Office, and we appreciate the funds which will help offset the costs of dis- tributing the bulbs. We were pleased to join in the effort to help PutYour00Best FootForward [or2OOTtuith ,00OODFEET 0060od Feel YOUR ARCH SUPPORT STORE 222 E, DuPont Hwv,.Rt, 113 Millsboro 302.9344500 __ _,._,:-e_r,ee___,.,,,,__,,-_r__-_,,_,..**.,,,-_, ,. . _ our citizens save money on their energy bills and delighted that so many new people joined our libraries as patrons," said Norman. The Delaware Energy AnSwers Program is funded by the Energy Efficiency Financial Incentives Act of 2006, which appropriates $8 million for energy efficiency projects. The program consists of three areas. The Energy AnSwers for Home Appliances provides cash incentives to citizens who retire inefficient appliances and replace them with-Energy Star appliances and other high effi- ciency prodts. . For more information on the Delaware "Energy " AnSwers Program, contact Sandra Burton, Energy Efficiency coordinator with the Delaware Energy Office at 302-739-1530. BEEBE PHYSICAL T 2007 Beebe Physical Therapy is an essential part of Beebe's overall Orthopaedic Care, which is ranked as Delaware's finest byHealthGrades. Offering expert personalized care, Beebe's PT centers will help you to regain mobility and [reedom, so you are able to enjoy thehighest qualityof life possible. Under the skilled guidance of our POsitive, experienced \\; physical therapists, we help restore your abilities to the fullest extent achievable We offer a full range of Physical Therapy s_ervices, including PT for:. Joint replacements Low back pain Cervical pain and headache * Arthritis Rotator cuff dysfunction Neurological disorders * Fibromyalgia Functional mobility therapy Functional capacity evaluation * Numerous additional conditions When your doctor recommends PT, ask for Delmorva's finest: Beebe Physical Therapy. FOUR CONVENIENT LOCATIONS