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SO FRIDAY. JANUARY 27- MONDAY, JANUARY 30, 2012 CAP[ LIF Cape Gazette Red Hats and Friend donat to K9 heroes group On Dec. 7 Red Hats and Friends gathered Dec. 7 at 1776 Steak House in Rehoboth to cele- brate life and sisterhood at their annual Christmas party. Entertainment was provided by Bob Lougheed, known for his fabulous voice and EMs Presley impersonations. Funds were raised through a Chinese auction headed up by queen mothers Su- san Straughen, Dot Borek and Sue Toomey, and a 50/50 raffle organized by Geri Newsome and Loretta Langford. In keeping with the theme of Remember the Lesser Kingdom and Their Needs in 2012, set by event founder and hostess Queen Mother Maxine McWhorter Ungerbuehler, pro- ceeds from the two activities in the amount of $300 were gifted to The National K-9 Working Dog Inc., a local nonprofit estab- lished to enhance and improve the lives of police K-9s in their retirement years. The group was founded in 2010 after organizers learned that police K-9s are considered equipment, not officers, and therefore are not entitled to any medical or financial benefits once they are discharged from duty. Their care becomes the sole responsibility of their cur- rent handler. If the original han- dlers cannot afford the upkeep of these dogs after they can no longer work, the only legal op- tion is euthanasia. SUBMITTED PHOTO QUEEN ~OTHER Maxine McWhort- er Ungerbuehler of the Red Hats and Friends presents a $300 donation to Eva Dupont of the National 1(-9 Work- ing Dog Inc. The group doesn't believe K9 heroes should have to suffer or meet an untimely death because of their handler's lack of personal funds. These K-9s protected the general public in the line of duty, and the NK9WD members be- lieve it is now the responsibility of the public to help protect them. For more information or to do- nate to this cause, go to www.nk9wd.com. Checks can be mailed to the NK9WD at PO Box 820, Seaford, DE 19973. Eva Dupont can be reached at 302- 629-4561. Feb, 12 deadline to enter Miss Delaware's Outstanding Teen Pageant Contestants from across the High School. During her year of state will compete for more than service, Victoria has been pro- $8,000 in scholarships with moting her platform, GetUpand hopes to become Miss Dance, which encourages educa- Delaware's Outstanding Teen tion and creative movement to 2012. The program, to be held help youth become more physi- Saturday, March 24, at Cape Hen- cally active and health conscious, lopen High School theater, is still and gain a more positive self-im- accepting contestants who live age. or attend school in Delaware. The Miss Delaware's Out- To enter the program or for standing Teen Pageant is a part more information, go to of the Miss Delaware Scholar- www.missde.org or email the ship Organization. The not-for- state director at infomdoteen@ profit organizations are official gmail.c0m. The deadline to enter state preliminaries for the Miss is Sunday, Feb. 12. America's Outstanding Teen The 2011 title holder is Victoria Pageant and the Miss America Brown-O'Brien of Magnolia. She Pageant, respectively, and are is a junior at Caesar Rodney scholarship-based programs. Rehoboth MOM$ Club to host information fair The Rehoboth Beach MOMS Club will host its third annual Preschool and Activity Fair from 10 a.m. to noon, Saturday, Jan.28, at the Epworth United Methodist Church fellowship hall on Holland Glade Road north of Rehoboth Beach. It provides an opportunity for families with children to gather information from local organizations about preschools, sports programs, music and art lessons, and more. ) More calendar listings, ongoing events and community service organizations: capegazette.com