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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, March 6 - March 12, 1998 - 31 Wendy Rae Brock to wed Jeffrey Lee Rose Mr. and Mrs. James P. Brock of Rehoboth Beach have proudly announced the engagement of their dauglzter, Wendy Rae, to Jeffrey Lee Rose, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Rose of Wheeling, W. Va. A June 1998 wedding is planned. The bride to be is a 1990 graduate of Cape Henlopen High School and a 1994 graduate of West Virginia Wesleyan, at Ger- mantown, Md., with a degree in fashion merchandising. The groom-elect is also a 1994 graduate of West Virginia Wesleyan, and holds a master's degree in sports medicine from Life College, Atlanta. Rehoboth woman wins Rosie O'Donnell contest Jackie Ignacio of Rehoboth Beach will be traveling in style to be part of the audience in the Monday, March 9, taping of the Rosie O'Donnell Show in New York City. A postcard bearing Ignacio's name was chosen from among all of the entries in a WMDT Chan- nel 47 contest this past week, much to her amazement, since she hadn't even entered the contest. Her daughter, Donna Locklear, sent in four postcards, one with her own name, and one with the name of her mother and two with her sisters' names. She had to watch Rosie's show for five days in a row, when WMDT flashed a number on the screen. Locklear came up with all five numbers, 7, 2,7,4,7. Ignacio is allowed to bring along three people with her to the taping, so she is planning to bring her three daughters. There's one glitch - one daughter lives in Ken- tucky and has a four-month-old son who can't be away from his mother. So, they've asked Rosie if the child can share the day care area with her two children, Chelsea and Parker, during the show taping. '2 haven't heard a response yet, but it's worth a try, I guess," said Ignacio, who is the client services chairman at the Sussex County AIDS Committee. If her daughter and grandson can't attend, Ignacio said she'll bring her granddaughter and they'll ride by limo to New York and stay at the Best Western Pres- idential and be given money for their meals. She isn't sure if the show will be televised later that day during Rosie's time slot at 4 p.m., or whether it will appear later in the week. NARFE to meet March 18 at Rusty Rudder Sussex County chapter 1690 of the National Association of Retired Federal Employees (NARFE) will hold its next meeting on Wednesday, March 18, at the Rusty Rudder in Dewey Beach. Socializing starts at 11:30 a.m.; lunch is served at 12:15 p.m. The program is presented by group member Bill Holman, who will give an update on recent events affecting NARFE. To make a reservation, call Elmira Nizer at 539-3382 by March 13. Visiting NARFE members are welcome. AARP program to address estate planning March 10 Southeastern Sussex area chapter 3542 of AARP will hold its next meeting on Tuesday, March 10, at the BayCenter in Dewey Beach. Doors open at 11 a.m., with lunch served at 12:15 p.m. The program will be presented by Paul Pasqualini, whose topic will be on senior es- tate planning. Call Eautha Bovard, 945-4707; Donna Lowe, 539-4448; or Nancy Rodenbaugh, 644-1054, to make reservations. Huling Cove to host power of attorney seminar The Huling Cove CHEER Cen- ter on Savannah Road in Lewes will host a seminar on Wills, Pow- er of Attorney and Advance Health Care Directive, presented by George B. "Buck" Smith, Esq., on Wednesday, March 18, from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. Buck Smith is both an attorney and a certified public accountant. He is a member of the bars of the Supreme Court of the State of Delaware, the U. S. Third Circuit Court of Appeals, the U. S. Dis- trict Court for the District of Delaware and the U. S. Tax Court. A graduate of St. Andrew's School, Middletown, the Univer- sity of Delaware and the Widener University School of Law, Smith worked for the Internal Revenue Service for 11 years, first as a rev- enue agent, then as a district con- feree, and finally as an appeals of- ricer Smith joined the law firm of Young, Conaway, Stargatt & Tay- lor in 1982, and was the tax part- ner in the firm's Georgetown of- fice from 1989 to 1994. He was a vice president and southern trust and private banking division manager in the personal finances department of Wilming- ton Trust Company from 1994 to 1996. In 1996 he resumed private practice as a sole practitioner in Georgetown, concentrating in tax, estate and business planning. He is a member of the American and Delaware Bar Associations, the American Institute of CPAs and the Delaware and Maryland Societies of CPAs. The free seminar is open to all seniors 60 and over, but seating is limited so reservations are re- quired. A lunch will follow the seminar. 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