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~'~ FRIDAY, JANUARY 24 - MONDAY, JANUARY 27, 2014 CAPE LIFE Cape Gazette Fans organize in Dickerson. The third Thursday of each charitable outreach month, Dickerson said, the fledg- ling roost meets at 7 p.m. to share By Molly MacMillan in sportsmanship and begin to mollymac@capegazette.com organize charitable events in honor of their namesake, the Since November, the new Ra- Baltimore Ravens, and their af- vens Roost Chapter 143 of Sussex fection for the National Football Hundred has quietly been orga- League. nizing a flock to partake in the "We're football fans, primarily fellowship of football fans and Ravens football fans, but we are charitable community fundrais- also a service organization," he ing, said chapter President Neil said. "We provide charitable con- MOLLY MACMILLAN PHOTOS RAVENS ROOST MEMBERS (I-r) include Gene and Peggy Morrissey, Joyce and Chuck Santoni, Carol Giampietro, Jay Allen, Emma DiBitonto, Michele Baker, Amy Spray, Tony DiBitonto, and Debra and Nell Dickerson displaying their new banner. trlbutions to the less fortunate." Operating on the concept of the Balimore Colts Corral fan club - a network of Colts fans that spanned nationwide - the new Roost 143 meets at Annabella's Italian restaurant in Lewes each month and already counts nearly three dozen members. Members socialize for potluck dinners and football games in addition to monthly meetings of the non- profit fan club. Organizers ask only that po- tential members be football fans at least 21 years of age who want to take part in a fan-based service organization. Although the new roost didn't take flight until early November, member Emma DiBitonto said they soon got to work, providing Thansgiving dinners to needy families and making donations to the Cape Henlopen Food Bas- ket and West Rehoboth New Beginnings. "We are constantly looking for new members who want to be involved," DiBitonto said. "Football, in general, is our common bond." Already, a large fundraiser to benefit the Delaware Cancer Center is being planned for early May with appearances by Elvis impersonator Bob Lougheed at the American Legion Post 28 near Millsboro, Dickerson said. Each year, Ravens Roost clubs in Maryland raise millions for community organizations to help the less fortunate, he said. Annabella's owner and Ravens Roost member Amy Spray said the group is currently open to corporate sponsorship of their events and also looking to in- crease membership. The newest roost hopes to in their first year of operation, member Tony DiBitonto said. "We are hoping that we can make a big contribution in a short pe- riod of time." For more information about make a big impact in 2014, es- thenew Ravens R00st143 0fSus" pecially in the off-season, and sex Hundred, look up the club on set the bar for fundraising high Facebook or call 302-604-3756. 302,947,1585 r i i n n n n i r i n n i i n 1 I s50 OFF I I *100 OFF I i any REGULAR I iany REGULAR carpetI I priced vinylI I with padding I 25 yds, rain. - exp. 2/28/14 50 yds, rain. - exp, 2/28/14 L i i I j I IJ L i I I I I IJ AREA RUG SALE CARPET SALE - $1.99 SQ. FT. (INSTALLED WITH 8lb. PAD) HUGE VINYL SALE NEXT DAY INSTALLATION All carpet prices include: Removal & Disposal of Old Carpeting Furniture Moved & Put Back Top quality 7/16 Rebond Padding Mill Direct- High Quality Carpets Fast, Beautiful Installations Low, Very Reasonable Prices No Hidden Costs (Absolutely) Open 6 Days a Week Monday - Friday 10-5 Saturday 10-4 ~~ On Route 24, Long Neck - in front of Giant Ravens Roost's 143 members inclide (I-r) Peggy Morrissey Carol Giampieto, Gene Morrissey, Michele Baker, Nell and Debra Dickerson, Amy Spray, Jay Al- len, Chuck Santoni, Tony and Emma DiBitonto and Joyce Santoni at a recent meeting in Lewes. Briefly )) Creating Soul Tickets available for Connection set Jan. 24 The Rehoboth Beach Public Li- VIA fashion show brary, along with artist Lorraine .The Village Improvement As- Hudson, will present a new pro- sociation of Rehoboth Beach will gram, Creating Your Own Soul present the Splendor Of Spring Connection. In this program, fashion show Saturday, April 5, participants will create a simple at the Rehoboth Beach Country artistic tool for their personal Club. The show features local guidance with symbols and affir- stores with clothing modeled by mations that come straight from VIA members. A silent auction, them. No drawing is required. ticket auction and baskets of This program will synchronize cheer will add to the fun. This with Dr. Judith Pierson's ongoing popular show is always a sold- series, Enhancing Your Emo- out 8vent. To reserve tickets, tional Well-Being. go to www.RehobothBeachVIA. The program will be held from org for more information, or call 3 to 4:30 p.m Friday, Jan. 24. A 302-227-1631. Tickets are $30, and $5 donation will be taken at the reservations are now being ac- door. Call 302-227-8044 to re- cepted, serve a place.