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20 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, January 17 - January 23, 1997 NOTICE Angola Homemakers hold installation of officers The Angola Homemakers Club met at the home of Gaff Shaffer for a covered dish luncheon and the installation of'97 officers on Monday, Dec. 9. New members (l-r) included: Helen My- ers (in charge of the installation), President Marge Gordon; First Vice President Libby Gris- wold; Second Vice President Louise Reynolds; Secretary Phyllis Vannan; and Treasurer Dean- na Gorman. Homemakers Continued from page 19 and hope to make at least 50 more. "We have stacks of material ready to go," said Gordon. Crisis House day manager Dee Banks said the Angola Homemak- ers' contributions are invaluable. "They are doing wonderful things for us," she said. "Many times the quilts will help a mother and her child stay warm, and they look good on the beds. "We pass the little toiletry kits out to people that don't have any- thing. Most of the time, people take them when they leave be- cause they are needed." Crisis House, a non-profit inde- pendent agency, has an average capacity of 18, and has been in op- eration since 1984. The Angola Homemakers, which has 25 members, is also part of the Sussex County Associ- ation for Family and Community Education, the Delaware Associa- tion for Family and Community Education, and the National Asso- ciation for Family and Communi- ty Education. The organization meets month- ly. Gordon said the club wel- comes new members - male or fe- male - from anywhere in the coun- ty. Although the Homemakers' Monday, Jan. 13 meeting was hampered because of frozen pipes, Gordon said members are anxious to get back on track with their pro- jects. She said the club is becom- ing low on supplies and funds, and would welcome outside dona- tions. "It's an ongoing need, so it's going to be an ongoing project," said Gordon. "As long as Crisis House is needed, this is needed." For more information about the Crisis House projects or the An- gola HomemakerS, call Gordon at 947-1789. For information about the Cri- sis House, call 856-2246. Rehoboth Historical Society to host DePrima Jan. 25 The Rehoboth Beach Historical Society will hold a luncheon meeting on Saturday, Jan. 25, at noon in the Seahorse Restaurant. Society President Elizabeth Hoop- er has announced that the meeting will feature an address by Antho- ny J. DePrima, director of Plan- ning and Inspections for the Cify of Dover. DePrima's office oversees the Dover Historic District Commis- sion, and reviews all proposals for development within that city's historic district. In 1993, DePrima guided the updating of the ordinance which created the Commission and es- tablished the Historic District Guidelines. Hooper noted that a draft pro- posal for historic preservation has been under review for more than a year by the Board of Commission- ers of the City of Rehoboth Beach. She urged all members of the Re- hoboth Beach Historical Society and others who are interested to attend this meeting. The luncheon meeting will also include the annual installation of the Society's officers. Officers be- ing installed are: Elizabeth Hoop- er, president; Warren McDonald, vice-president; Helen Bieber, sec- retary; Richard Darley, treasurer; and Bitsy Cochran, Willard Fitzgerald, Greg Gause and Irene Simpler, who will serve on the board of directors. Simpler also serves as curator of the Anna Haz- zard Museum, headquarters for the Society, which is located on Christian Street. Other members of the board who will continue in their posi- tions are Josephine Conaty, Peg McDermott, Bob Raughley, Ellen Smith, Marvin Thomas, and Mar- garet Wright. Cochran will contin- ue to serve as representative of the city's Board of Commissioners to the Historical Society. The cost of the buffet luncheon will be $10, which includes gratu- ity. Holiday of Lights We apologize for the following omissions and errors in the Beebe Medical Foundation's Holiday of Lights article in the Cape Gazette of December 20 - December 26, 1996 edition which are corrected below: Children & Grandchildren in honor of Eleanor Dolsen, Dot Ratledge, Ernie Ratledge and Buck Ratledge. Jane and Joe Churchman in memory of Madge and Horace Pugh and Mary Joseph Churchmanand in honor of Joey Churchman and Joshua Ackles. G'mom and D'dad in honor of Laura, Tommy and Sean. Katharine E. Muir in honor of my son, James E. Rollins. Janet Nowacki in memory of Ruth Crowl, Bernard Crowl and Albert Nowacki. Cape Gazette Beebe l),octors Close to Home It important to know that there are. qualified doctors close to your home. At Beebe Medical Center, Dr. Mtcbael Salvate, an internist specializing in lung diseases and sleep disorders, will diagnose and treat your health problems with skill and care. He is committed to caring for you and your good health. For a Sleep I. Lab appointment, call. 645-3186. For primary care, call 645-8200. Beebe Medical Center Savannah Rd. and Fourth St. Lewes, DE