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b' FRIDAY, JANUARY 22- MONDAY, JANUARY 25, 2010 CAPE LIFE cape Gazette SUBMITTED PHOTO VIA VIEWS FASHION OVER THE I LAST 1OO YEARS models and organizers include (I-r) Joanne DeFiore, Jan Matlack, Lor- raine Marino, Kathy Krajewski, Phyllis Stone, Sandy Roberts, event co-chairwomen Ronnie Lutz and Patty Derrick, and Natalie Becker and Carolyn Billingsly. VIA wraps up anniversary celebration The ViUage Improvement As- sociation concluded its 100-Year Anniversary Celebration with a hat contest and a fashion show held Dec. 9, at Kings Creek Country Club in Rehoboth Beach. The tables were decorated with centerpieces celebrating the last 100 years of the Village Improvement Association's (VIA's) accomplishments, in- Continued on page 54 ,DnM . Red Cross i orientation session set The American Red Cross of the Delmarva Peninsula is seek- ing volunteers to help in local communities. A volunteer ori- entation is scheduled for Tues- day, Jan. 26, at the Easter Seals building on RoUte 113 in George- town. Volunteers make up more than 98 percent of the Red Cross work force, providing many of the Red Cross lifesaving services that the local community depends on. During the winter season, fami- lies and businesses on the Del- marva Peninsula are especially at risk of weather-related emergen- cies. On a day-to-day basis, the local Red Cross responds to emergencies such as house fires and flooding situations. Resi- dents can count on the Red Cross and trained local Red Cross volunteers to care for fam- ilies left temporarily homeless. Free disaster response training is provided by the Red Cross for volunteers so they are ready to assist as needed. To register fox this volunteer orientation, residents are en- couraged to call the local Red Cross at 800-77-6620, option 7 or send an email to volunteer@redcrossdelmarva.or g. For more infOrmation about the Red Cross in the local com- munity, visit James P. Marvel, Jr. has helped sands of patients through his skill as an orthopaedic surgeon. At the same time, he has _ elevated the overall level of orthopaedic care in our region throbgh his leadership. Today, Beebe is the only hospital in Delaware, Maryland, and Virginia to have 5-star ratings in all orthopaedic procedures measured by HealthGrades . To show our appreciation for Dr. Marvel's many contributions over the past 30 years, and at the request of his orthopaedic colleagues, Beebe has named the newly,renovated orthopaedic wing the "James P. Marvel Jr. MD Wing. Congratulations, tion of your peers :"" HEAL1 )r. Marvel, for earning the respect and admira- your patients, and the entire Beebe community. HGRADES TO BETTER HEALTHCARE" 2010 Orthopaedic surgeon James P. Marvel, Jr. beamed (center in black suit} when his peers honored him recently. Left to right, Wilson C. Choy, MD; Paul J. Harriolt, MD; Mark J. Boytim, MD; John E. Spieker, MD; James R Marvel, Jr., MD; Ronald Sabbogh, MD; Edmund Carroll III, DO; and David Sopa, DO. LEWES, DELAWARE I I