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78 - CAPE GAZETYE - Friday, Feb. 24 - Monday, Feb. 27, 2006 Obituaries Helen Louise Kellam, Mt. Zion member Helen Louise Kellam, 76, of Salisbury, Md died Thursday, Feb. 16, 2006, in Peninsula Regional Medical Center, Salisbury. Mrs. Kellam was born in Painter, Va daughter of the late James and Emma Robinson Wyatt. She was employed by the fami- ly of Dorothy Nagel for 30 years, and by the families of Rob Satorio and Bruce Todd, all of Salisbury. Mrs. Kellam was a member of Mount Zion Baptist Church, Painter. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her hus- band, Milton Kellam, in August 1988. She is survived by a son, Elwood Wyatt of Delmar; three grandchildren, Claudia Reese and her husband, Edward, of Lewes, Kenneth Wyatt Sr. and his wife Dorothy, and Elwood Wyatt Jr whom she reared as her own, all of Salisbury; five great-grandchil- dren; a brother, David Wyatt of Painter; a sister and brother-in- law, Corrine and Preston Sturgis of Painter; a sister-in-law, Magalene Wyatt of Painter; and a host of nieces and nephews. Services will be at 1 p.m Friday, Feb. 24, in Wesley Temple United Methodist Church, West Road, Salisbury, where friends may call at noon. Burial will be in Springhill Memory Gardens, Hebron, Md. Thecost of the dinner is $2 for individuals who bring a covered dish or $4 for those who do not bring covered dish. RSVP with a dish choice to Susan Welch at -856-5187. VFW Post 7447 visits Harbor Healthcare Submitted photo Slaughter Neck CHEER celebrates anniversary VFW Post 7447 and its ladies auxiliary recently visited Harbor Healthcare in Lewes for National Hospitalized Veterans Week. Here (l-r), Art Frampton, senior vice commander; John Smith, former post commander, Earl Smith, World War II veteran; Ann Smith, vice president, ladies auxiliary; and Emily Wilson, ladies auxiliary; surround William Kunz. AAUW to discuss awards to be given annually. The Hall of Fame Award will be pre- "Birds Without Wings" sented at the spring general meet- The public is invited to join a ing while the Preservation Award book club discussion Of "Birds is presented annually at the fall Without Wings" by Louis Slaughter Neck CHEER Centergeneral meeting. DeBernieres at 10 a.m Thursday, will be host. a three-day celebra- The purpose of the Hall of March 2, at the South Coastal tion from March 21-23, in honor Fame Award is to recognize serv- Library in Bethany Beach. The of its 32nd anniversary, ice to historic preservation in the American . Association Of The celebration will begin Rehoboth Beach area, work to University Women, Coastal- March 21 with entertainment pro- document and record the history Georgetown Branch, will host vided by Bud Scott and continue of the area or efforts to establish this event, as it does on the first March 22 with bingo, food and and develop the RBHS museum, Thursday of each month, fun, and on March 23, with enter- due to open in late spring 2007. The book for April 6 is "Sea of tainment provided by GloriaNomination forms are available Glory: America's Voyage of Holland and the Cape Henlopen by calling Meredith Miller, 227- Discovery: The U.S. Exploring Gospel Singers. All events are 7310, or email tmiller@coastai- Expedition," 1838-1842 by from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. each day. first.com. Nathaniel Philbrick. Lunch is $2.50 for individuals The nomination deadline is For information, call Laurel 60 and older and $4.50 for all March 11. Capodanno at 226-3773 or other individuals. Virginia Sullivan at 541-0254. For more information call Francine Shockley at 684-4819. Books by the Bay to host 'Towers' author The towers that dot the Delaware shoreline are reminders of the connection to World War II. "Delaware's Ghost Towers," by William C. Grayson, explains how the towers were used and is filled with photos, maps and RBHS seeks Hall of Fame nominations The Rehoboth Beach Historical Society (RBHS) is seeking nomi- nations for its second annual Hall of Fame Award. In 2004, RBHS created two and people can't help but Smile Back.* Dr. Michael A. Poleck 1632 Savannah Rd. Suite 6 Lewes, DE Roadhouse to support Milford Senior Center The Roadhouse Steak Joint will donate 10 percent of its proceeds on March 8 to the Milford Senior Center. The restaurant is open from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m and members of the center will be on hand to greet patrons from 5 to 7 p.m. interesting information that will ~ [ intrigue anyone with a taste for n " history, i i Books by the Bay in Lewes will ~. host a book signing with Grayson i from 10 a.m. to noon, Friday, r, March 3. All are welcome. - ! Always wanted to own a small farm? Three For more information, call I i Booksby the Bay at 645-2304. Certified by OSHA as an approved provider for top-quafity,five-acre farmette properties Georgetown CHEER home mottif atioa affil a iUty, have just become available close to George- , l daa & traaafor - we can help! to host dinner March 8 [ town '- subdivided and approved. Georgetown CHEER Center, ! * Grab Bars - Many ~ to Choose Flxnn located at 546 S. Bedford Street, * 'r -euts Tub Shower Clnm,Purchase them as individual properties or is hosting a cover dish dinner on i & Raml - Indo & Outdoor as one, large unit. Act now. Prime property is from 5 to 7 p.m March 8. ! * Staix LLP6s'-Straight Rails & ~ Staixcam~ i . getting scarce. Call us today, I A"~'~ Attendees are asked to bring a Vehicle ILPts for tlallapc~'fing your wheelchair, chicken, macaroni and cheese, dessert and beverage will be pro- Call for a consultation today! i I PAI.MER I vide& =~ (302,) 644-4404 or (800) 591.GRAB [ . Entertainment will be provided by the local group The Baytones, i Since 1976 (4722),20288 Poplar Grove Drive, Milton, DE 19968 who will play through dinner~ Oiom~comlied~akensedocculadondthempid 302.947.2929 from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. n I)]LTjl iiLMelell1[O " ll[el0k'l[IgtblffJl'-J gl-'11111 [ llJ:l g| glal I ! I i