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26 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, February 28- March 6, 1997 Red Cross launches community campaign The American Red Cross in Delaware has launched its 1997 Community Campaign by an- nouncing a list of "Top 10 Rea- sons to Believe" in your local Red Cross. The list was unveiled to kick off Red Cross Month, desig- nated as March by a U.S. presi- dential proclamation issued by every president since Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1943. The top 10 reasons to believe in your American Red Cross are: The Red Cross helps you save lives. The Red Cross is there when you need them. The Red Cross does things you care about. The Red Cross helps you pro- tect your family. The Red Cross is in your neighborhood every day. The Red Cross has volunteers. The Red Cross keeps people in touch during emergencies. The Red Cross uses your mon- ey wisely. The Red Cross is neutral and independent - not a government agency. The Red Cross is YOUR American Red Cross. "We want all the families of the State of Delaware to know that the Red Cross is here in their neigh- borhood every single day to help anyone who needs us," said Rich Tulis, director, Emergency and Health Services. "This list con- tains just some of the numerous reasons why the Red Cross repre- sents a trusted symbol of compas- sion, quick response, and efficien- cy among every man, woman and child in this community." The 1997 Community Cam- paign is a grassroots fund-raising initiative to increase public aware- ness of the wide range of humani- tarian services provided by the Red Cross in your local neighbor- Marriage Licenses Steven M. Hemphill, Milford and Nicole Gregg, Milford. Danny L. Hagadorn, Seaford and Tracey L. Serviss, Seaford. Harold K. Allen, Nassau, and Essie B. Bracey, Nassau. Lee M. Bibb, Georgetown and Susan M. Keefer, Georgetown. Alviro D. Smith, Frankford, and Samamtha Mumford, Frankford. Virgil Miller, Greenwood and Shari L. Calhoun, Milford. Andrew J. Phillips, Laurel and Michelle L. Kreiger, Salisbury, Md. Duane G. Taylor, Millsboro, and Mary Willis, Delmar. James H. Staton, Jr., Bridgeville and Lavonne S. Talley, Bridgeville. Kevin L. VanVorst, Sr., Georgetown and Kerry B. Truitt, Georgetown. Wayne A. Travis, Laurel and hood and to enlist our neighbors to support the nonprofit organiza- tion through financial donations. "Families in Delaware need to know that they can depend on the Red Cross to bring aid and com- fort to those in need. Many people believe we're part of the govern- ment, but we're not. We rely on fi- nancial donations from caring in- dividuals and local businesses to support our critical work," said Margi Prueitt, executive director. "I appeal to the people of Delaware to make a contribution today to your local Red Cross chapter. With your help, we can continue to make a difference in the lives of your loved ones when Help Can't Wait. Founded in 1881, the Red Cross provides relief to victims of disas- ters and helps families prevent, prepare for and respond to emer- gencies, both domestically and in- ternationally. With the support of some 1.4 million local volunteers in nearly 1,500 chapters, many of them right here in Delaware, the Red Cross assists those in need every day of the year. Last year, the American Red Cross in Delaware: Assisted 700 people, one by one, in more than 200 disasters, including fires, floods, and winter emergencies. Connected military families with their loved ones serving far away, by relaying nearly 1,000 emergency communications last year. Saved countless lives by train- ing 10,000 in health and safety courses including CPR, first aid, lifeguard training, swimming, caregiving and HIV/AIDS. To make a financial donation to your local Red Cross, send a check to The American Red Cross in Delaware, P.O. Box 831, Wilmington, DE 19899. Marie E. Wyatt, Laurel James A. 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