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56 FRIDAY, JANUARY 24 - MONDAY, JANUARY 27, 2014 CAPE LIFE Cape Gazette KINfolk announces of 201 raffle winners The occasion was KINfolk's 11th Annual Wine Tasting and Raffle Drawing hosted by the Delaware Art Museum in Wilmington Nov. 14. "This is a pecial event for KINFolk," Executive Director ]azette Lane-English, "because virtu- ally everything for the event is donated. Sponsors, donors and attend- ees alike appreciate that all of the proceeds from this event go directly to our laptop lending programs." For the fifth year, Branmar Wines & Spirits donated the wine tasting. Highlighting the evening was the drawing of the winning tick- ets for KINfolk's Annual Raffle. Cheryl Blackman, recently se- lected as a Governor's Volunteer of the Year Award winner, has sold thousands of raffle tickets for KINfolk over the years. First prize of $2,013 went to Michelle Berdelle of Milford. Second prize, $1,013, went to a Rehoboth resident who has not yet responded to the announce- ment; third prize, .$513, went to Mark DeStifan0 of Scranton, Pa, Sponsoring the raffle first- place prize this year, as they have done in the past, were Scott and Nancy Sherr. Jeff Weiner sponsored the sec- ond-place prize, and Jane Brady sponsored third-place prize. Wilmington University was the event sponsor. Other sponsors of the event were A.I. duPont Hospital for Children, MySherpa, Delaware Today, and Delmarva Power. Spe- cial thanks went to Les Dukart and Ronald McDonald House Charities for their generous do- nation of $15,000 to support the program. Special thanks also went to Dr. Jamie Lane for the lovely poem, ',KINsight," writ- ten for KINfolk and dedicated to KiNfolk's founder, M. Jane Brady. Other raffle prizes were do- nated by Domaine Hudson, Nemours Mansion, George & Lynch, Harry's Savoy Grill, BBC Tavern, MySherpa, Prom Girl, Big Fish Grill, D6jh Vu Hair Styl- ists, board members and other supporters. KINfolk is a Delaware non- Briefly )) DNREC releases squirrrel video Coinciding with the National Wildlife Federation's Squirrel Appreciation Day, the Delaware Department of Natural Resourc- es and Environmental Control has released the second video in the DNREC YouTube Channel's Notebook series: "The Gray Squirrel." Joe Rogerson, a wildlife biolo- gist with DNREC's Division of Fish & Wildlife, takes a quick look at the common gray squirrel, a ubiquitous visitor to backyards and bird feeders up and down the state. Wild Notebook is a new series of videos at www.youtube.com/ delawarednrec that takes a look at both common and uncommon flora and fauna found throughout the First State. Specializing In: Aquatic Physical Therapy Land Therapy Balance & Vestibular Rehabilitation Diabetes Management Fibromyalgia & Arthritis Injured Worker's Rehabilitation Incontinence/Pelvk Floor Dysfunction Orthopedic & Sports Rehabilitation Osteoporosis Management" Personal Injury- Pre & Post Pregnancy Spine Rehabilitation Warm Water Aerobics Class Weight Management Mary Dougherty, MSPT Joe Zimmerman, PTAErich Traum, Physical Therapist Physical Therap) Asst. D~vsical TheraDist LEWES MILLSBORO MILLSBORO Aquacare Physical TheraR[ 302.945.4250 302.539.31 I0 . ~ : MILLSBORO MILLVILLE ,', d. ', 302.945.0200 302.536.1774 ~"'. ~"~ i > LEWES SEAFORD ~,2.1. profit organization serving the needs of hospitalized and home- bound children by providing laptop computers. Founded in Georgetown in 1999 by then-Delaware Attorney General M. Jane Brady, KINfolk is the country's largest laptop lending program allowing seri- ously ill children to keep up with their education and to remain in contact with friends and family. Since its inception, KINfolk has served more than 12,000 sick children in 32 states around the country. Proceeds from the event and raffle sales will be applied to the general expenses support- ing KINfolk's Laptop Lending Program. MILTON HIGH GRADS GATHER FOR 63RD CLASS REUNION CLASS SUBMITTED PHO'I:O THE MILTON HIGH School class of 1950 recently marked its 63rd anniversary with a reunion lunch at the Rook- ery Golf Club in Milton. A former teacher, Wanda King, attended the event with the class members. All 11 remain- ing classmates were in attendance, including Roberta Marvel Taylor, who traveled from New Mexico. Shown are (I-r) Lester Radke, Jean Passwaters VanPelt, Richard Samrnons, David Donovan, George Chaloup- ka, Lila Spencer Hoffman, Alden Murray, Roberta Marvel Taylor, Pearl Benson Wadkins, Jeanette Moore Gray, and Norma Lewis Ciampo. DR EDWARD JAOUDE WELCOME KAREN RUDO, MD ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS WITH IMMEDIATE AVAILABILITY Dr. Rudo is a comprehensive ophthalmologist who performs eye exams, cataract and laser surgery and management of glaucoma, diabetic eye disease & macular degeneration. She is currently accepting patients of all ages and with immediate appointment availability. Dr. Rudo grew up in Southwestern Pennsylvania and attended the University of Pennsylvania graduating with a Bachelor's Degree in Bioengineering, Magna Cum Laude, and a Master's Degree in Biotechnology. While attending Drexel University College of Medicine in Philadelphia, Dr. Rudo had two years of clinical training at Allegheny General Hospital in Pittsburgh. Following graduation from Medical School, Dr. Rudo completed her Residency in Ophthalmology in Cleveland, OH, with University Hospitals - Case Western Reserve University, learning the most modern and innovative eye surgery and laser techniques. During residency, she was also a surgeon at St. Vincent's Charity Hospital, the Louis Stokes VA Medical Center at Wade Park, and volunteered at the Free Medical Clinic of Greater Cleveland. To schedule an appointment with Dr. Rudo, please call our office at (302) 684-2020 Eye alnics is located at 28322 Lewes-Georgetown Hwv, practice can be obtained on our website