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Cape Gazette CAPE LIFE FRIDAY, JANUARY 24 - MONDAY, JANUARY 27, 2014 ', Prayers for Parker benefit includes dance party and auction Jan. 25 His grandparents, Dover res- idents Peter Senft and Linda Capone, are hosting a fundraiser for Parker and his family from 8 p.m. to midnight, Saturday, ]an. 25, at Frazier's On The Water Restaurant, Treadway Towers, 9 E. Loockerman St., Dover. Capone's daughter Laura is married to Coast Guard Petty Officer First Class ]amar ]ones. They are stationed in Elizabeth City, N.C. Laura was reared and educated in Dover, and Linda had a teaching career at William Henry Middle School. Linda received a call last La- bor Day weekend that Parker had been diagnosed with leu- kemia. After a battery of tests, Parker's diagnosis changed to severe aplastic anemia, a disease that's fatal unless a bone marrow transplant can be done. After several rounds of che- motherapy at Duke Hospital in Durham, N.C., Parker received a bone marrow transplant from his 1-year-old sister. It was a perfect match. Although he is recover- ing at home in Elizabeth City, he requires weekly appointments at Children's Hospital in Norfolk, Va. "While his prognosis is en- couraging, his military family is dealing with medical costs as well as travel and living expens- es during this situation," said Senft, an active member of Kent County Chapter 850, Vietnam Veterans of America. He introduced Parker to the chapter in 2012 by volunteering him as the bell ringer during the reading of names on the memo- rial for several events at Kent County Memorial Park. "Parker was such a hit that the chapter made him an honorary member and sent him a chapter challenge coin when we found out he was hospitalized," said chapter Vice President Paul Da- vis. Tickets are only $8. The event will include music by D] Pat Premier from Washington, D.C., who is donating his service, and an auction. Call 302-736-1338 or email psenft08030@yahoo.com for more information. Milton Century Club to Milton Century Club wel- comes all to an evening of bingo with friends and neighbors Thursday, ]an. 28, at the Milton Fire Hall. Doors open at 6 p.m. when Milton Century Club members will be selling hot dogs, chick- en salad sandwiches and soda. Bingo will begin at 7. There will be cash prizes, a 50/50 raffle and drawings for many exciting door prizes throughout the evening. Tickets cost $20 in advance and $25 at the door. Admission includes one set of three bingo cards, a dessert and cup of cof- fee at intermission, and a chance to win a door prize. The Milton Fire Hall is at 116 Front St., Mil- host Bingo Night Jan. 28 ton. Free parking is available on Front Street behind M&T Bank, and at Mulberry and Union streets. To purchase a ticket in advance, call Marie Johnson at 302-684-4520 or Judy Shandler at 302-329-9394. The Milton Century Club is a member of the General Fed- eration of Women's Clubs, one of the world's oldest and largest women's service organizations dedicated to community im- provement through volunteer service. The Milton Century Club meets the second Tuesday each month. For membership infor- mation, call Maureen Blasic at 302-329-9703. UPS Shipping Packaging Services Mailbox Services Freight Services Copying, Finishing & Printing Services Office Supplies Notary Services Packaging & Moving Supplies Scanning Shredding We don't charge for TAPING BOXES sgLENT RucTgoN Musg FOOD FUN DELAWARE 105.9FM Capazette  BEST OneCall SERVICES "We Show Up!" i.g.Burton  State Farm Eric M Blondin , CAPE i ORTHOPAEDICS SPI Pharma