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~0 64 FRIDA~ MARCH 2 - MONDAY, MARCH 5, 2012 Cape Gazette STEVEN BILLUPS PHOTOS LEWES PRESBYTERIAN HOSTS JUSST SOOUP FUNDRAISER A FUNDRAISER WAS HELD at Lewes Presbyterian Church Feb. 26 for Jusst Sooup Ministries. For a small donation, Jusst Sooup supporters and music fans were able to socialize and enjoy homemade foods and of course, several varieties of soup. Sponsors supporting the event were Insight Meditation Group, Hyett Refrigeration, Edge Company Home Improvements, Long NeckSunrise Rotary, Schaeffer's Plumbing Services, Long Neck Chiropractic and Rehoboth Beach Yoga Center. Jusst Sooup staff, family and sponsors gather for a photo. Shown are (I-r) Billy Schaeffer, Michele Snyder, Dale Dunning II, the Rev. Dale Dunning, Ken Dunning, Brooks Dunning and Darryl DePasquale. Seaside Jewish Community while ,contributing to a good will sponsor its eighth annual cause,' said Barry Morrison, Bingo and Brownies starting at 7 event chair. "Our comedic bingo p.m., Saturday, March 10. This caller, great games, and fantastic year the fundraising event re- prizes from local merchants turns to Angola By The Bay So- make this a night of fun and cial Hall, 33457 Woodland Circle, laughter every year." Lewes. The price of $10 for mem- Prizes this year include gifts bers of Seaside and $12 for non- from Clear Space Theatre Corn- members includes three bingo pany, Arena's, Big Fish, Bling boards for 20 games, a bingo Hair Salon, Rehoboth Car Wash blotter and all-you-can-eat, and Loungin' Lizard. In addition, brownies and table snacks. Local Irish Eyes, The Garage, a brunch merchants have contributed for six, and Beach Cuts are lea- prizes for each game, a wide ar- tured prizes along with jewelry, a ray of silent auction items for bid sweater and much more. and numerous door prizes. The event is open to the pubic. "This event offers everyone a For information or to donate chance to break out of the winter prizes contact Bonne or Barry doldrtuns and have a great time, Morrison at 302-684-3485. Performing for the event was local band Bare Feet. The band Local long time Jusst Sooup supporters (I-r) Betty Kirk, Han- Bare Feet entertain the crowd. Shown are (I-r) Emie Hyett, nah Hannon and Mary Van House enjoy the warm atmos- Nick Edge, JudyMangini, Robert Marston and Rick phereoftheevent. McReynolds. Unitarian Universalists to hold annual benefit uction March 10 in Lewes The Unitarian Universalists of Southem Delaware in Lewes will host their annual auction from 6 to 9:30 p.m., Saturday, March 10. This theme, year the Buy the t ach, focuses on local beaches and the local economy. "Each year, UUSD holds a fun- f' ted auction of goods and serv- ices donated by area businesses, friends and members," said Bar- barla Barnette, the auction coor- dinator, "We showcase all our pa- trons in our catalog." The Buy the Beach Auction be held in the UUSD church at 33739 Marsh Road in Lewes at Toddy's Business Complex, off Route 1 and Wescoats Road. There is on-site parking. Contact Barb a and Paul Bar- r g tte at 443-944-7379 or email To View the items being auctioned, go to http://togetherauction . om/uussd. UUSD has been an active member of the local community for more than 15 years. It is a wel- coming congregation providing a liberal spiritual home for people of free faith through worship, ed- HOLDING THE Buy the Beach catalog bara Barnette. ucation, community outreach, and social and environmental justice. Activities support the lo- cal community in many ways, helping many causes such as Casa San Francisco and Meals on Wheels. UUSD is an accredited Green Sanctuary proclaiming commit- ment to the Earth and sustain- SUBMITTED PHOTO are (I-r) Kris Acker, Paul Barnette and Bar- able lifestyles. It is the first mem- ber congregation of Delaware In- terfaith Power and Light, joining Interfaith Power and Light's na- tionwide mission to mobilize a religious response to climate change by promoting renewable energy, energy efficiency and conservation to ensure a livable planet. Lunch, the rosary and St. Th6rEse group starts March 6 at St. Jude's The Adult Faith Formation Committee of St. Jude The Apos- tle Parish will be offering a lunchtime special starting at noon, Tuesday, March 6,, and rtmning every Tuesday in Lent. Bring a bag-lunch and a rosary to the Religious Education Cen- ter and join the group in praying the rosary with meditations on the Sorrowful Mysteries from St. Th6r6se of Lisieux. Conversation and lunch will follow. St. Th6r6se of Lisieux is per- haps the best-known and -loved of modern saints. Her simple, di- rect and sure way to holiness has helped many to gain a better un- derstanding of the spiritual life and a deeper union with Christ. St. Jude The Apostle Church is at 152 Tulip Drive and Route 1 just north of Five Points in ST. THERESE of Lisieux Lewes. For more information about this and other programs offered by the Adult Faith Formation Committee at St. Jude's, call 302- 644-7413 or go to religiouseducation/adultfaith formation html Replenish Your Spirit Workshop set March 10 Is there life after death? Whatwe come to understand that do those who have died and been there is a driving force in the brought back to life have to teach world that is loving and sending about this question? Are there us love, that message transcends people who can communicate everything else in our limited with those in spirit? Can those in field of thinking." Dr. Judith Pier- spirit provide guidance to those son will review research that struggling with day-to-day chal- suggests those who have had lenges? What about the impor- near-death experiences believe tance of loving self-acceptance? that learning to love themselves And, what does the fietd of psy- and others is life's purpose. She cholog rhave to impart about the has seen this message uplift importance of self-acceptance those who are grieving the loss and creating authentic connec- of loved ones in her work with a tions and a meaningful life? hospice organization. The cost of These intriguing questions are the workshop is $49. This will in- the focus of an upcoming event, clude morning beverages and Replenish Your Spirit Workshop, bagels and lunch. For more infor- to be held from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., mation contact McEntee at 631- Saturday, March 10, at Irish Eyes 275-7440 or angelslitetheway@ in Lewes. The Rev. Donna McEn- To register, send checks tee maintains that while people payable to either Donna McEn- may feel totally alone in this tee or Judith Pierson to 100 Hen- world with heavy burdens; they lopen Station, No. 305, Rehoboth are not alone. She writes, "When Beach, DE 19971.