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26 - CAJPE G.aIET'][, Friday, Janum 16 - J_noeLry 22, 1998 Births Beebe Medical Center, Lewes, Delaware Michael Eley and Roberta Gardner, Milton, Dec. 21, son. Andre Snipes and Shenika Sam- ple, Georgetown, Dec. 22, son. Kendall III and Janet Hickman, Bethany Beach, Dec. 20, son. William Yeates and Melinda Allen, Rehoboth Beach, Dec. 23, twin son and daughter. Catina Jones, Georgetown, Dec. 29, daughter. Maria Marquez, Rehoboth Beach, Dec. 29, daughter. Patrick and Colleen Patterson, Lewes, Dec. 29, son. William and Stacey Dickenson, Ocean View, Dec. 30, daughter. Jeremy Brummell and Rebecca Harmon, Millsboro, Dec. 31, son. Robert Robertson and Maria Schneeman, Selbyville, Dec. 31, son. John and Charity Gill, Milton, Jan. 1, son. Beta Sigma Phi Sorority donates to heart association Members of Xi Sigma Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority present a check in the amount of $2,000 to Mark Steiner, president of the Sussex Division of the American Heart Association (AHA), during a Jan. 8 sorority meeting at the home of Greta Ludwig, Midway. The AHA was the primary beneficiary of the sorority's annual Chinese Auction held in November. Shown with Steiner are (l-r) Barbara Henriksen, auction co-chair, Jewell Levering, service commit- tee member who chose AHA; Mary Ann McCrae, service committee chair, and Barb Catts, ser- vice committee member. Xi Sigma is the Lewes chapter of the international sorority that rais- es funds for various community groups and projects. Nonprofit organizations to split housing money Twenty of Delaware's nonprofit organizations will share a pot of more than $240,000 made available through the state's Housing Capac- ity Building Program to enhance the ability of Delaware's housing providers to construct and maintain affordable housing. Included in the list of recipients are Delaware Housing Coalition, which received $18,500 to hire an information/policy analyst; Interfaith Housing Delaware, which was awarded $16,500 for a market study and site acquisition for 15 units of housing; First State Community Action Agency, which received $9,000 for the purchase of computer equip- ment; First State Resource Conservation and Development, which re- ceived $6,610 to hire an assistant housing field coordinator; Delaware Federation of Housing Counselors, which was awarded $6,500 to host a national annual meeting; People's Place II, which was given $6,000 for the purchase of computer equipment; Lutheran Community Service, which was awarded $5,813 for a comprehensive program evaluation; Salvation Army, which received .$.2,250 for computer consultation; In- terfaith Mission of Sussex County, which received $1,500 to purchase computer equipment; and First State Community Loan Fund, which was given $1,250 to develop brochures and a marketing plan. Slam Dunk team visits Harbor Healthcare For the basketball team of St. Joseph Notre Dame High School in Alameda, Calif., there's more to the game than what takes place on the court. The team took time out from the recent Slam Dunk To The Beach tournament to visit the residents of Harbor Healthcare and Rehabilitation in Lewes. Handing out candy canes and T- shirts, the players easily fielded questions from Harbor resi- dents about height, shooting averages and shoe size. Young and not-so-young, the residents were delighted with the team's open friendliness. St. Joseph athletics director Gail Rodrigues said team mem- bers try to visit a rehabilitation facility like Harbor Health- care whenever they participate in a tournament. This was St. Joseph's second year visiting at Harbor Healthcare. Shown in the photo are St. Joseph Notre Dame players Ed- ward McClendon (left) and Geral Lowe, presenting a Slam Dunk T-shirt to Harbor Healthcare resident Keith Johnson. Hugh and Saskia Mason, Lewes, Dec. 23, son. Joe Griffith and Dana Baker, Georgetown, Dec. 25, son. Bryan and Jennifer Bobel, Wyoming, Dec. 26, son. Amy Leigh Xenos, Houston, Dec. 26, daughter. Erwin Hall and Evelyn Harmon, Millsboro, Dec. 28, son. ' . ! ' : ' : A T L. : i& W In Lewes 64545 (800) 773-2599 POWER OUTAGE? ICE STORM? ...No Problem! We have a Solar Powered Pellet Stove When the Power Goes Out ...The AVENT Stays On! SUSSEX STOVE, CO. Jim Seibert, Owner 645-7808 .... 641 Hwy. One Lewes .-. v,ould to caelcam. Ja,00ua0000 19d Thinking of a Valentine'00 Day Event? Call Ua --. there's, still time/ 227-3888