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Edwards engaged Mr. and Mrs. Dale Edwards of Lewes have announced the engagement of their daugh- ter, Tamra Elaine, to Robert Stephen Sneller. He is the son of Mrs. Linda Ashley of Lincoln and the late Rev. Robert Sneller. The bride-to-be is a 1991 graduate of Cape Henlopen High School and currently a senior at the University of Delaware, majoring incrimi- hal justice. The groom-elect is a 1988 graduate of Cape Henlopen High School and is employed at Dowries Hardwood Floors in Milford. A March 15 wedding is planned. Beacon Continued from page 19 cases of packages of hot dogs were distributed along with 1,150 pounds of other foods, to one neighborhood alone. Art and Pat Titus deliver food to central locations and churches for neighborhoods each day; but many of the prepared boxes are picked up at his home. They have converted the garage of their Bridgeville home to a storage and packing area. A donated freezer is to arrive soon to replace the one that the mission has already out- grown. '2 don't turn down a thing," Ti- tus said. "We will take any sort of donation, just like we don't turn down anyone in need. This mis- sion has reached from Harrington to Delmar, and we have gone east to Georgetown. We will serve those who are in need in Sussex County, no matter what communi- ty they reside in." The mission coordinator said he and his wife expect to get more re- quests for aid as word of the Bea- con Mission spreads. He hopes support in the way of cash and food donations will also increase. They have submitted their Story to conference and individual church newsletters. Thrift shop in future A recent donation of 30 blan- kets and some clothing prompted the mission to take on another ser- vice. The Tituses plan to convert some of their farm out-buildings to a thrift shop and additional stor- age buildings. "Since we don't farm now, we can put these buildings to good use. With a thrift shop, we can ac- cept donations of clothing, appli- ances and other household needs, and sell them at a price that any- one can afford," he explained. Familiar with the operation of non-profit organizations, Art and Pat Titus have formed a board of directors for the Beacon Mission. They don't know what direction is next or how large it will grow, but they want the project to be in a po- sition to take advantage of what ever help they can get, and to serve as many people as possible. In addition to the mission work with the Peninsula Methodist Conference, Art Titus is also dis- aster relief coordinator for the conference and he serves as chap- lain to the Greenwood Volunteer Fire Company and to the Sussex County Firemen's Association. He has served several churches, the last being St. Paul's United Methodist Church in Laurel. He said his work with the fire companies first opened his eyes to the plight of many needy families, some who were burned out, some who ended up homeless for one reason or another, some who had catastrophic accidents or illnesses. "I've just seen too much of it not to respond in some fashion," he said. "We are not solving everyone's problems, but we feel good that we are doing what we can for some. "A few weeks ago, we took food to a community center in Coverdale Crossroads; they were FALL FOILAGE CRUISE New England October 10, 1997 New York to New York Eight Nights from $1430 per person having a meeting there a couldn't get in right away. we waited, we saw some people just hanging out, and we asked them if they could use a 10of of bread and some potatoes. "The look on one man's face when I gave him a loaf of lbread, Just a loaf of bread. It was like he had not seen one in a long time. There is a lot to do here." The Rev. Titus and the Beacon Mission can be reached a t 349- 4746. The non-profit organization welcomes .help and participation from individuals, churches and other organizations and will ac- cept cash and food donations. CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, January 17 - January 23, 1997 - 21 Beebe Medical Center, Lewes, Delaware Gwendolyn Taylor, Millsboro, Dec. 27, son. Jacquelyn Rams, Oak Orchard, Dec. 28, daughter. Jesse and Laura Robbins, Mills- boro, Dec. 30, daughter. Wilson and.Linda Choy, Lewes, Dec. 30, son Samuel Molesi and Linda Williamson, Harrington, Dec. 30, son. Jose Pabon and Consuelo Ortiz, Frankford, Jan. 1, son Larry and Suzanne Gerving, Rehoboth Beach, Jan. 2, son. William and Deborah Robert- son, Rehoboth Beach, Jan. 2, son. Tony and Keri Davidson, Georgetown, Jan. 3, son. Jay Sr., and Michele Richard- son, Bridgeville, Jan. 3, son. Andrew Long and Elisa Shock- Icy, Milton, Jan. 4, son. 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