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CAPE GAZETYE, Friday, January 10 - January 16, 1997 - 19 CHEER plans early 1997 groundbreaking in Georgetown An early 1997 groundbreaking is in the planning stages for the multi-purpose community and adult day center to be built in Georgetown by Sussex Senior Services, Inc. (CHEER). "The fundraising effort has made great progress. The time has come to start the construction process," said Arlene S. Littleton, CHEER executive director. The new building will require about $3 million in funds that are being raised from contributions from foundations, corporations, businesses, banks, the public sec- tor and individual givers. Paul H. Mylander, president and chief executive officer at Delaware National Bank and CHEER's capital campaign chair- man, said the drive is picking up steam in 1996, starting in January with pledges totaling $287,935 and currently with a total of $883,298. Major gifts include $200,000 from foundations, $585,000 from the public sector and $107,500 from banks. CHEER employees, directors and volunteers and indi- vidual givers have pledged $50,798. The project has also been approved for a $1 million Rural Economic and Community Development loan. An assisted living housing project is planned for a second phase of the project. The new facility will be built on 15 acres at the intersection of county roads 9 and 219 in George- town. CHEER's administrative offices and other CHEER centers will remain in their current loca- tions. CHEER services more than 12,000 seniors annually through a variety of programs and services. For more information about the project or to make a donation call CHEER at 856-5187. --Save-- lO% OFF 645-6906 Donna Hitchens to wed Stephen Bunting Donna L. Hitehens and Stephen NL Bunting of Lewes are pleased to announce their engagement to be married. Hitchens, a native of Salisbury, Md., is employed as a probation/parole officer for the State of Delaware and serves as a crew member for the National Warplane Museum in Geneso, NY. Mr. Bunting, a native of Lewes, serves as a cap- tain with the University of Delaware police, and is executive and founding director of the American Society of Law En- forcement Trainers. Both serve as members on the Crim/nal Justice Advisory Board for the University of Dolaware and both are avid scuba divers. A March wedding is planned. DELAWARE HOSPICE HELPS YOU THROUGH ALL THE HARD TIMES SO YOU CAN REMEMBER ALL THE GOOD TIMES. Delaware Hospice offers comfort and support DELAWARE before and after the loss of a loved one. So, don't uk for 00ospice 'or Do'*00 Hospico HOSPICE 1.800.838.9800. Was Now 5.20 APY 5.30 Minumum deposit of $500.00 Offer valid from 12/16/96 through 2/28/97 t g Rehoboth Long Neck Milford Seaford 226-9800 947-7300 424-2500 628-4400 Member FDIC Penalty for early withdrawal. See bank for details.