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,% 6~ FRIDAY, JANUARY 24 - MONDAY, JANUARY 27, 2014 FAITH & SPIRITUALITY Cape Gazette From The Cape Gazette's Traveler Series* Briefly )) Applebee's to host fundraiser for Faith UMC Applebee's Neighborhood Grill and Bar, 36501 Seaside Outlet Blvd. in Rehoboth Beach, will host a Flapjack Fundraiser Breakfast from 8 to I0 a,m, Saturday,/an, 25, to support the Faith Youth Group from Faith United Methodist Church in Rehoboth. Cost is $7 per person, $4.50 for children under 12. For more information contact Edward Reese Jr. at 302-249-3630. Dramatic Desserts Theater Tour at St. Stephen's Power Productions Ministries will present the Dramatic Desserts Theater Tour, a night of all-you-can-eat elegant desserts and enter- taining drama, starting at 6 p.m Saturday, ]an. 25, at St. Stephen's UMC in Camelot Hall, State Street, Delmar. Tickets are $10 for adults, $5 for students. Children under 4 are free. Tickets will be sold at the door, at the church office, 302-846-9501, or at Power Productions, 410-548-2340. Unitarian Universalists meet Jan. 26 The Unitarian Universalists of Southern Delaware will meet at 10 a.m Sunday, lan. 26, at 33739 Marsh Road in Lewes, to examine "The Spirit of Western Union." Telegrams often communicated important and urgent events. They could be frightening or they could be joyous. Now anyone, anywhere can say what they want, without any sense of humanness or emotion. Bullying is rampant through email and the internet. The art of communication says much about the sender and the receiver. That art, and a sense of humanity, seem lost. The Rev. D. Michael Smith addresses the ramifications of this on the human spirit. For details, call the church office at 302-645-6334 or visit uussd.org. Great Decisions class starts Jan. 26 at UUSD The Unitarian Universalists of Southern Delaware and the League of Women Voters of Sussex County will host the third season of Great Decisions classes from 3 to 5 p.m starting Sunday, ]an. 26, and will continue every other Sunday for eight weeks, efiding May 4. The se- ries'is organized by the Foreign Policy Association and covers eight key foreign policy topics for the year. The book costs $20 and can be ordered at www.fpa.org/greatdecisions/. Classes are held at UUSD, 33739 Marsh Road, Lewes. The series is open to everyone, with a one-time $5 fee. Contact Betty at 302-645-9061 or ejkirk@verizon.net. St, Jude invites candidates for adult confirmation St. Jude The Apostle Church is inviting adult Catholics who were baptized and made First Communion but were not able to be confirmed as youths to call the Religious Education Office at 302-644- 7413. An informal process, individualized to meet the busy schedules of adults, can be arranged to prepare candidates to receive the sacra- meet of confirmation on Pentecost Sunday with the Most Rev. W. Francis Malooly, bishop of Wilmington. St. Jude The Apostle Church is at 152 Tulip Drive and Route 1, just north of Five Points in Lewes. For more information, go to www. stjudeslewesde.org. CQJumbiettes to host Chinese Auction The Delaware State Columbiettes will host their annual Chinese Auction from 2 to 5 p.m Sunday, Feb. 23, at The Rookery North, 6152 Rehoboth Blvd. in Milford. The afternoon includes delicious food, gifts, raffles, and lots of fun and fellowship. The menu includes angel hair and penne pasta, marinara and al- fredo sauces, grilled chicken, meatballs, sausage with peppers and onions, house salad,garlic bread, dessert, coffee and iced tea. Raffle items featured are a 22-inch Vizio HDTV, 7-inch LED digital photo frame and weekend in Ocean City, Md. Cost is $20 per person. Reservations must be made by Feb. 15 by making a check payable to Delaware State Columbiettes and mailing to Irene McCormick, 30090 Lewis Road, Millsboro, DE 19966. Each auxiliary should send one check with list of names of attendees. For more information, call McCormick at 302-934-6956. BEACH a United Methodist Church Open fle~ ~en Mi~ Open ~r~ 19285 Holland Glade Road behind Tomato Sunshine 302-22%7743 Sunday W0rship 7:45 & 11:15 am Traditional Services 9:15 am Contemporary PRAISE! Service with American Sign Language Nursery Care at 9:15 & 11:15 Seasonal Sunday School Schedule www.EUMCRB.org Members of the Foresman family, avid readers of the Cape Gazette, traveled southwest to Mexico last fall. They enjoyed the Yucatan Peninsula and were particularly intrigued by the famous Chichen Itza ruins and history. They are shown here with their Cape Gazette in front of one of Chichen Itza' s most famous pyramids. Shown with the paper are (l-r) Katie Wartman and Shaun, Scott, Shelley and Stephanie Foresman. This article from the internet's ChichenItazaFacts site explains some of the allure of the site: "Chichen ltza is one of Mexico's most popular tourist destinations, and rightfully so. The Yucatan's grandest archaeological site, Chichen-Itza is a UNESCO World Heritage area of immense cultural significance. The sprawling complex of ruins is perhaps the largest, most famous and most accessible Mayan site, about 125 kilometres west of Cancun and Cozumel. This ancient Mayan ruin, a major tourist stop in Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula, is a rugged place of soaring pyra- mids, massive temples, startling carved columns and do-or-die sports fields." * Share your adventures with fellow Cape Gazette readers! Take your Cape Gazette on your travels and send us a photo and description - and don't forget names/ Show our readers just how wide a territory their newspaper covers! 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