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28 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, March 7 - March 13, 1997 Briefly Chamber raises funds for Habitat Cindy Roberts of Rehoboth Beach coordinated efforts which resulted in collecting $448 for Sussex County Habitat for Humanity during the Merchant's Attic I held Feb. 22 at Rehoboth Beach Convention Center under the auspices of the Rehoboth Beach-Dewey Beach Chamber of Commerce. The Chamber provided a jar asking for penny donations from all those who entered the hall and many were more gen- erous. Here Habitat President Ron Trupp and Roberts (left) accqept a check from Carol Everhart, chamber executive di- rector. Merchants' Attic and General Public Garage Sale H will be held Saturday, March 29 at Rehoboth Convention Center firom 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. For more information call 227-2233, ext. 11. AARP to meet March 11 in Dewey Southeastern Sussex Area Chapter #3543 of AARP will hold its next meeting on Tuesday, March 11 at the Bay Center in Dewey Beach. The doors will open at 11 a.m. with lunch served at 12:15 p.m. Bruce A. Richards, executive director of the Center for the Inland Bays will present the program. Reservations should be made by March 7 by calling Eautha Bovard at 945-4707 or Nancy Rodenbaugh at 644-1054. Edgewater Estates to hold progressive dinner Edgewater Estates will hold a neighborhood progressive dinner on Saturday, March 15. A plan- ning meeting will be held before the main event during which as- signments and host homes will be determined. Assignments are vol- untary, and the social committee has promised a casual and enjoy- able evening. Residents who Volunteer Link The Volunteer Link is a pro- gram of the State office of Volun- teerism that matches volunteer skills and interests to the needs of non-profit organizations in the community. To volunteer for these or other opportunities in Kent and Sussex counties, call (800) 815-5465. Here's the "most wanted" list: • Make-A-Wish Foundation needs volunteers to help with spe- cial events and provide clerical as- sistance: times flexible. • Delaware Hospice needs vol- unteers to provide patient/family support with running errands, issues Most respite sitting and transportation: times flexible. • Delaware Patient Association needs a volunteer to answer tele- phones, enter data and greet visi- tors: times flexible. • The Delaware Department of Corrections needs volunteers to help prepare records for Archives: days. • The Domestic Violence Advo- cacy Center, Inc., needs volunteer board members, advocates and clerical help: times flexible. • Contact Rape Crisis volunteer training will be held in Dover Wanted List March 4 and in Georgetown March 6. The course provides vol- unteers age 18 and older with the skills needed to help rape victims, families and friends: times flexi- ble. • Rehoboth Beach Main Street, Inc. needs volunteers to help with running errands, mailings, general office dudes: days. • Peoples Place II, Inc., needs volunteer mentors, life skill advi- sors and drivers: days. • Project READS needs volun- teers to work one-on-one with adults helping them to read: times flexible. G0000TTE would like to participate or who would like more information should call one of the following social committee members: De- lores (chairperson) and Bernie Fiegel, 645-4568; Lolita & George Anthos, 644-2158; Carol and Corky Walters, 645-1876. "Turkey Trackers" to meet March 27 The next meeting of the new National Wild Turkey Federation chapter, "Lower Delaware Turkey Trackers" will be Thursday, March 27 at 7:30 p.m. in room 314 at Sussex Tech High School. Future meetings will be the last Thursday of the month at the same time and location. For more infor- mation, call Mark at 855-9373. Millsboro library to close March 10-15 The Millsboro Public Library will be closed from Monday, March 10 through Saturday, March 15 so bar coding can be placed on the 15,000 hardback books. Easter lilies to benefit Easter Seals on sale The Easter Seal Employment and Community Services Pro- gram will be offering Easter lilies for sale beginning Monday, March 24 at their facility in Mills- boro. Large orders for church and personal use should be placed by Saturday, March 15. The cost re- mains $6 for a plant with 3-5 blooms. Proceeds from the sale will ben- efit the Employment and Commu- nity Service Program which pro- vides job coaching for people with disabilities. The facility is located at 213 W. DuPont Street, just north of the Routes 113 and 24 in- tersection. For more information, or to place large orders, call Lisa Collins at 934-9801. 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