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22. CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, January 10 - January 16, 1997 Annual Girl Scout Cookie Drive kicks off Jan. 11 Girl Scouts in the Cape Region will kick off their annual Girl Scout Cookie Sale on Saturday, Jan. 11 and will continue selling cookies until March 9. "Don't be surprised when you open your front door to see a smil- ing Girl Scout selling cookies," said Lora Wagner, who heads up public relations for Area 30 Girl Scouts. "If you do not meet that won- derful girl at your front door, don't worry. The troops will be setting up booth sales around the community and those sites will be announced at a later date." This year's program theme is "Catch Your Dreams - Buy Girl Scout Cookies." The monies gen- erated by the cookie program en- able girls to participate in activi- ties that build their self confi- dence, sharpen their leadership skills and encourages them to make a positive difference in their lives and in the lives of others in the community. In addition, the funds are crucial in reaching at-risk girls who may not have the chance to participate in Girl Scouting. The cookie program is a Girl Scout activity which teaches girls important life skills such as re- sponsibility, decision making, Thirsty Bear BEFORE Her Cape Gazette Subscription   ........ Unfocused Uninformed Uncool communication, planning and goal setting. The program helps girls year round, providing important finan- cial assistance for resident, day and troop camping, training and materials, council-sponsored events, property management and maintenance. Some things the troops will be using their Cookie money for this year include a trip to Washington, D.C. to celebrate 85 years of Girl Scouting. Another troop will put money toward a trip to England and Switzerland and many troops will be using the money for badges, camping trips, crafts pro- jects and community service pro- jects. This year's cookie selection in- cludes Chalet Cremes, a lemon creme vanilla shortbread sand- wich cookie; Samoas, baked co- conut and chocolate covered cookies; L6 Chips, chocolate chip cookies; Snaps, white icing cov- ered gingerbread; Do-Si-Dos, peanut butter sandwich cremes; Tagalongs, Thin Mints and Tre- foils. Anyone wishing to order cook- ies by phone may do so by calling 684q878. The order will be di- rected to the town in which the caller lives. Thirsty Bear AFTER Her Cape Gazette Subscription Very coO00oL Order A Subscription. Get A Free Hat! Send us your check for a new, one year's subscription to the Cape Gazette and we'll send you one of our coveted hats. Current subscribers may purchase hats for $5. Available to general public for $10 F .................... ------ "3 i YEs. ! WANT A & A FRE00 IIAT| I I've enclosed a check for $25 (in Sussex) or $40 (out of I I Sussex) or $30 (in & out) for a one-year subscription. Send I l my hat and new subscription to | I I Ii Name: I I Address: Make check payable to Cape Gazette and mail to | Cape Gazette, P.O. Box 213, Lewes, DE 19958 | L ....................... J This offer not good with any other discounts or specials. New subscriptions only. Jen Ellingsworth photo Eastern Sussex NARFE installs new officers The National Association of Retired Federal Employees (N.A.R.F.E.) Sussex County Chapter 1690 held its annual installation of officers at the Ruddertowne BayCenter on Wednesday, Dec. 18. Delaware Federal President Joe Costello (on right) is shown installing new officers (l- r): At-Large member Thomas C. Samworth, Second Vice President Walt Bessio, First Vice President Bill White, President Noble Simpson, Secretary Diane Grant, and Past President and Treasurer Bill Holman. DePrima to address Anthony J. DePrima, director of planning and inspections for the City of Dover, will be the guest speaker at the Rehoboch Beach Historical Society meeting at noon, Saturday, Jan. 25. There will be a buffet luncheon at the Sea Horse Restaurant in Re= hoboth and the cost is $10, includ-" Rehoboth Historical Society ing gratuity. The society will also install offi- cers, including Elizabeth Hooper, president; Warren MacDonald, vice president; Helen Bieber, sec- retary; Richard Darley, treasurer, and directors Bitsy Cochran, Willard Fitzgerald, Greg Gause and Irene Simpler, who also serves as curator of the Anna Haz- zard Museum. Hooper urges all members of the sgciety and others interested in historic preservation to attend the luncheon meeting. For more information contact lcr at 227-8553. Beebe Medical Center 424 Savannah Road Lewes, DE 19958 302-645-3232 For Beebe Labo We at Beebe Medical Center sincerely value your confidence in our ability to- provide quality healthcare to you, our neighbors and friends in Sussex County. Beebe Medical Center full laboratory serv,ces to persons ered by Medicare, / ":, t/aditional :i:%. j:::ommercial insurance 0 r insurance com- pames such as BJue Cross/Blue Shield of Delaware. However, some insurance companies require that we only collect the specimens, and then deliver the samples to out-of-town, and sometimes ratory Patients out-of.state laboratory facili- ties, where we are not able to provide assurance of quality testing of your lab samples. Because we cannot assure the appropriate level of quality and service by out- side laboratories, Beebe will be unable to provide specimen collection service for non-Beebe labs after January 1, 1997. If you share our displeasure with the rules that forced us into this position, we suggest you contact your insurance company and let them know it is Beebe Medical Center you want for your healthcare.