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28 FRIDAY, JANUARY 22- MONDAY, JANUARY 25, 2010 BUSINESS & REAL ESTATE cape Qazette Rehoboth Beach woman launches new spelling game Game signings set for Jan. 23-24 Jacquelyn A. "Jackie" Goff, a former federal government lawyer and inspector general who retired to Rehoboth Beach, will launch the game she de- signed with game signings Satur- day and Sunday, Jan. 23-24. Goff will sign Spellen-Meister games Saturday, Jan. 23, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., at Kids' Ketch in Lewes and from 2 to 4 p.m., at Gidget's Gadgets in Re- hoboth Beach. She will sign more games during a meet-and- greet event from 10 a.m. to noon, Sunday, Jan. 24, at Browseabout Books in Rehoboth Beach. Spellen-Meister is also available at Fun For All Toys in Penny Lane in Rehoboth Beach. Spellen-Meister is a fast-paced spelling and vocabulary game that challenges an unlimited number of players to form words from two-letter combinations called word sets. The game of- fers unlimited players more than 2,700 possible word-set combi- nations. "You don't have to wait for your turn to get spelling grat- ification," said Goff. In the past year, Goff finalized the original artwork for the board game by working with Lewes-based photographer Geri Debiase of Geri Dibiase Photog- raphy for professional images and color selection and with graphic designer and marketing consultant Carol Fezuk of Strict- ly Confidential Marketing in Lewes, who created the game's logo and produced the game box, score and instruction sheets and ,related artwork for production and also provided copy editing and marketing assistance. Spellen-Meister has been pro- duced on the Eastern Shore by local artists and by utilizing an Easton, Md. printer and a box maker from Mardela Springs, Md. "The game has something for everyone," said Goff. "Someone can be a star in every round. I believe it is the least intimidating yet most challenging word game out there, because each individ- ual can come up with that one unique word in every round. It can also be used in the classroom by schoolteachers as a teaching aid as well as for seniors." Goff is now pursuing national and international marketing op- tions. Spellen-Meister can be found online at Spellen- 'nother of my goals is to present the game at the annual Mensa Society game event in April 2010. Each year, this group receives 40 to 50 games to consider and gives five gold seals of excellence based on criteria such as aesthetics, chal- lenge, ease and understanding the rules and durability;' she saicL SUBMITTED PHOTO GAME SIGNINGS for Jackie Goff's Spellen-Meister will be Saturday and Sunday, Jan. 23-24. n Apparatus Studio in Sussex County Group Mat & Reformer Classes Highly Qualified Instructors .o Call for a FREE Consultation 698-5201 Pregnant women, young children and those* diagnosedwith a chronic diseases such as asthma, diabetes, or heart and lung diseases : are considered to be at high risk for the HIN1 : flu. The Centers for Disease Control is urging .,, everyone to get vaccinated. Delaware has HIN1 flu vaccines available now. illmd0000 earo The vaccine is safe and is FDA-approved. Waiting could put your health at risk. .... Theflu season is not over. The vaccine is available at convenient locations.