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L J J ILINNIi]L Jill L .A L U i{Um J L.U IINBLiBNL ............. 42 - CAPE GAZETYE, Friday, February 25. March 2, 2000 Jim Cresson photo Medicaid Transportation aids patients Acting on what they recognized as a real need among Cape Region Medicaid clients for transportation to doctors' ofo flees, clinics and hospitals for check-ups or treatments, Sea- port Sedan Service owner Joan Forbes last year went through the lengthy process of forming a new corporation and then obtaining the permits to serve those with valid Medicaid cards. Medicaid Transportation, the new company, is officially on the road and taking calls from seniors, those with disabilities and single mothers who participate in Med- icaid. The round-trip ride costs Medicaid clients nothing in out-of-pocket expenses, Joan Forbes said, as Medicaid Transportation files the costs through state and federal channels and is paid by the Medicaid Program. '%Ve'll serve the entire Cape Region and beyond," said Forbes. "1"here's no reason for any local Medicaid clients to miss their appoint- ments because of a lack of transportation." Shown above are transport driver Tammy Sharp and Forbes. To reach Medic- aid Transportation, call 645-8100. Benefits Continued from page 41 Valley, Maryland will continue to have representatives located at the chamber to be the in-house administrators and broker rela- tions representatives. The state chamber welcomes yet another opportunity to en- hance services to its members businesses, as well as add bene- fits to the employees of those companies. "Health care is not just a matter of dollars and cents--it's also a matter of quali- ty," Moore noted. "BCBSD's combination of programs and benefits makes good business sense and provides the quality and variety of benefits plans." 93 Buttonwood Drive, Edgewater Estates "THE TRADEWINDS " 3BR, 2 BA home with over 2,500 sq. ft. master bedroom suite with sitting room & luxurious bath. Gorgeous windows & very large rooms. Covered porch, deck, 2-car garage. Finished 2nd floor awaiting buyer's decorating choices. Directions: From Rehoboth, Rt. 1 N over Nassau Bridge, 1st left on Rd. 265, right into Edgewater, go left on Edgewater to right on Buttonwood, to #93 on left. For information please call DVNAMI(: HOMES, IN(: Hardscrabble Cafe offers home cooking By Steve Hoenigmann After 23 years as an over-the- road commercial truck driver, Robyn Smith of Georgetown de- cided it was time for a career change. 'Tm trying to break into the restaurant business," said Smith, who has opened the Hardscrabble Caf6 at the comer of Routes 9 and 20 west of Georgetown. The restaurant has a woodstove and a "very country motif," says Smith, who plans to serve up plenty of homemade cooking. She said the restaurant will serve complete breakfasts followed by homemade specials in the after- noon and evening. The menu also includes home- made soups and the eatery will have fresh pot of chili on the stove every day. And, as a former truck driver should know, coffee is an impor- tant part of any restaurant. "I'm only going to serve Maxwell House coffee," she said. Along with the homemade spe- cials, Smith said the menu in- cludes subs, steak sandwiches and hamburgers. Smith also has cooked up her own mustard recipe - Momma's Sweet Tears - which she sells and serves at the restau- rant as well as at area produce stands. "I'm know for making 'real' Ital- ian subs," said Smith, who added the restaurant will celebrate its grand opening for a week begin- ning Saturday, Feb. 19. Cus- tomers can sign up for a drawing, and at the end of the week, Smith will award a free lunchfor two. Smith said she will offer take- outs along with eating in, and she hopes to have delivery by the summer months. "There's no place around here that will deliver," said the native Delawarean. Hardscrabble Caf6 wilt be open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday; 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday; and 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Sunday. 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