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Chelsea King engaged to Rudy Spoor Chelsea King, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas King of Lewes, will be married in July to Rudy Spoor of Amsterdam, Netherlands. Chelsea is a 1987 graduate of Cape Henlopen High School, after which she attended the School of American Ballet in New York City. The couple will continue to reside in Amsterdam after their wedding in Rehoboth Beach. Both are employed by the Dutch National Ballet Company. Volunteer Link CAPE GAZElleS, Friday, January 16 - January 22, 1998 - 27 Annual Trailblazer award dinner slated Feb. 18 in Wilmington The 17th annual Trailblazer Award dinner will be held Wednesday, Feb. 18, at the Hotel duPont in Wilmington. This year's award recipient is Velda Jones-Potter, manager of contract manufacturing for the DuPont Company, who recently was 'on loan' to the City of Wilmington as finance director. The award is pre- sented by the Agenda for Delaware Women, in partnership with other Delaware women's or- ganizations. Admission to the dinner is $35. To make a reservation or for more information, call 302-658-7030 by Friday, Feb. 13. Feeling stuffed up, aohy fatigued.... Aatioxidaat Therapy Today's Answer to tomorrow's Health Challenges Free Samples Available 100% retail Money Back guarantee CALL 644-2990 for details issues 'most wanted Hst' The Volunteer Link is a pro- gram of the State Office of Volun- teerism that matches volunteer skills and interests to the needs of nonprofit organizations in the community. The Volunteer Link's "most wanted" list of volunteers in- cludes the following: Help One Student to Succeed (HOSTS) in language arts as a HOSTS program mentor one hour per week. Contact Volunteer Link for information on a program nearest to you; days. Become a classroom facilita- tor, bringing an esteem-and-re- spect-building program to area schools with STRIVE Green Cir- cle; days. Volunteer in Kent and Sussex counties' family courts, helping litigants, providing necessary clerical assistance in a variety of capacities; days. Help a young person as an ac- tivity aide and tutor with the Boys & Girls Club of Western Sussex County; afternoons, evenings and weekends. Spend time with an elderly se- nior and assist with activities as a friendly visitor to a resident at Harbour Healthcare and Rehabili- tation Center; times flexible. To volunteer for any of these opportunities, call 1-800-815- 5465. Nationally Known Medical Herbalist To Lecture in Lewes. Gertie's Greengrocer, Ltd. in conjunction with the Department of Integrative Health & Wellness at Beebe Medical Center invites the community to attend a lecture by Daniel J. Gagnon, President of Herbs, Etc, Inc. of Santa Fe, New Mexico Thursday, January 22,1998 at 7:00 p.m. Lewes Public Library (2nd Floor Mtg. Room) 111 Adams St. (Just off Kings Highway) u SEATING LIMITED. PLEASE CALL 302-645-3332 FOR RESERVATIONS -- David Gagnon has been a practicing medical herbalist since 1976, having studied medical herbalism and pharmacology at the College of Santa Fe and the University of New Mexico's College of Pharmacy. Upon completion of his studies, he founded his own tim, Herbs, Etc., Inc. in Santa Fe which is now the most complete herb shop in the southwestern United States. His herbal remedies are distributed across the U.S. to food stores (including Gertie's Greengrocer locally) and in Canada, Mexico and Holland. Mr. Gagnon teaches seminars on herbal theraut'ics throughout this honihere. His mblications include "Healing Herbs For Your Nervous System," "Breathe Free," and "Liquid Herbal Drops in Everyday Use."