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38 - CAPE GAZETTE - Friday, Feb. 24 - Monday, Feb. 27, 2006 Submitted photo New owner/managers (I-r) Barbara Lilien, Ellen Passman and Assistant Manager Veronica Stout bring fun and revital- ized energy to Curves, the popular women's 30-minute exer- cise program. The Milton Curves is located in the Happy Harry's Shopping Center at the intersection of Route 5 and Route 16 in Milton. For more information, call the Milton Curves at 684-1166. Curves new management Survivor Challenge By Rachel Swick Cape Gazette staff Nine machines. Thirty minutes. A way to better health for women. Ellen Passman and Barbara Lilien, new owners of Curves in Milton, broke into the new year with a bang by purchasing a Curves franchise. Now they want to keep that energy going. They are starting a Survivor Challenge, which features six weeks of workouts, character building and educational develop- ment. On top of the challenge, new members get access to a recipe library, health information and supplements and a support group made up entirely of women. "This is more than a 30-minute workout," said Lilien: "Women get a chance to socialize and do research." The Milton Curves is also very community oriented, said Passman, who is working on proj- ects to benefit local businesses and Girl Scou~; Troop 1488 in M~ton. " : ~ Troop 1488 will be working on health and nutrition badges with the help of Curves. They will visit the Milton location, in the Food Lion shopping center on Route 16, to exercise and gain valuable health information, said Passman. The center also has a communi- ty bulletin board, features a neigh- borhood of the week and will be holding a food drive starting Monday, Feb. 27. Any new mem- ber who brings in a bag of gro- ceries receives free membership through Saturday, March 11, with a 12-month commitment. All the donations go to Casa San Francisco and the Eagles Nest food bank in Milton. "We want to support people who need help in Milton," said Passman, who is working with Continued on page 39 Continued from page Rehoboth Beach Memoir" by Jacobs, which Marchant called "the little book that could." With no marketing budget to speak of, the book is in its second printing and a best seller with the InsightOut Book Club. Bookstore and individual sales continue to be strong for 'Frying.'" "A&M Books is going to con- centrate on sharing Anyda Marchant's legacy by keeping the Sarah Aldridge books available," Jacobs said, "and making certain that we support independent booksellers and feminist writers. That was Anyda's passion." For details about A&M Books, the Sarah Aldridge collection, or any of the other A&M publica- tions, or to order books, contact AandMPublishers @ a01.com, or visit the websites www.ambooks.info or www.fay- jacobs.com. " The Keys " 5 Bdrm.- 4 Full Bath Rehoboth Vacation Home Held On The Premises Of:. 20389 Mallory Sq. Circle, Rehoboth, DE. 19971 Thls property will be SOLD bidder with a s rtlng bid pr/ce of $469,000 or more. 2% Broker Participation invited The Keys of Marsh-Harbor Is mt eornr~nRy of ~ end twtn homes thet brings a mnm of Me Fioetda Keys to the Rehoboth Beth ~ ea. ~s a weel~ of ~ ~ e OUR SERVICES INCLUDE: Ceiling Fan & Light Fixture Installation, Electric Repair, Service Panel Upgrades, Additional Outlets, New & Old Construction, Cable TV & Telephone Wiring Temm o~ ~ 3~I~ ~ A t~0,000 D~ b :R~ On ~D~y Of/i~tlon h~ The Form Of C.~ml~ or Clmhler~ Che~k ONLY. e~km m~ ~ ~uyals)