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Briefly Jen EIIIngsworth photo Lionesses collecting glasses for children The Lewes Lionesses have placed a donation box for chil- dren's eyeglasses at the Lewes Public Library. Shown with the box are Lionesses Kathy Engel (on left)) and Jean Reale. Once collected, the glasses will be distributed to needy chil. dren in Parel, Mexico next year by the Lions Club Interna- tional through its Sight First program. The Lewes Lioness organization is open to any woman who wishes to become a member. The club, which currently has 16 members, meets the third Thursday of each month at Jerry's American Caf4 in Lewes at 6 p.m. For more information, call Engel during the evening at 645.6338. Smoking cessation c00asses offered in Lewes April 7 The American Cancer Society, in conjunction with Beebe School of Nursing, will offer "FreshStart" for smokers who are ready to quit the habit beginning Monday, April 7. The one-hour sessions will be held Mondays and Wednesdays from 4 to 5 p.m. and will end on April 16. Some benefits people who quit smoking will experience within 20 minutes of quitting include blood pressure and pulse dropping to normal; within 8 hours, carbon monoxide level in blood drops to normal while oxygen level in blood increases to normal; in two weeks to three months, circulation improves, walking becomes easier and lung function increases up to 30 percen;t and in 15 years, lung cancer death rate becomes similar to that of non-smokers, precancer- ous cells are replaced and the risk of coronary heart disease is that of a non-smoker. Another benefit is the money non-smokers will save. A one- pack-a-day habit at $2 a pack will run $7,280 in 10 years and $18,200 in 25 years. The fee for FreshStart is $20 which is refunded if all sessions are attended. Pre-registration is required by April 4. For more information, call 856-3533. e woad of business is ruthless, cruel and cut-throat. Do you have the heart for it? ' ao* to I. ,,ht it t.l,,, to ,.- . AI p d daat iJ go, xl, room tl .rill kde impt, ),o fit.... and nutrition. In ct, we'll ev, m | Now I I The FlrmHoollh Club. Incs13 T/m/e/ Cb For Evlmooy One On One Pemonalized Training Cardiovascular Conditioning Diet Counseling Camelot Shopping Center (302) 227-8363 Women's HIV+ group to meet March 7 The HIV+ Women's Support Group meets Fridays from 10 a.m. to noon. The group is sponsored by Children & Family First in Georgetown. For more informa- tion, call Debbic Cheatwood at 856-2388. SCAC board to meet March 10 The Sussex County AIDS Com- mittee (SCAC) will hold its board of directors meeting on Monday, March 10 at 7 p.m. at the SCAC office on South Street in Rehoboth Beach. The public is welcome. For directions, call the office at 226- 0387. Red Cross looking for volunteers The American Red Cross in Delaware is in need of volunteer instructors to teach a variety of health services community cours- es. If you are an outgoing individ- ual who is enthusiastic, enjoy working with people, and enjoy public speaking, the American Red Cross is in need of you. We offer a variety of course ranging from different levels of CPR and first aid courses to courses for youth such as Babysitting & Basic Training (first aid for children). Volunteers must be 17 years of age or older. Free training is pro- vided. For more information or to volunteer, call Sue Brown at (800) 207-4490. Ketogenic diet information available Information about the ketogenic diet, one of the treatment options for epilepsy, is available by call- CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, March 7 - March 13, 1997 - 35 ing the Epilepsy Foundation of Delaware it (302) 324-4455. Free fitness lectures offered by NICA The YMCA will offer a series of fitness lectures on Thursday nights at 7 p.m. The free lectures will be open to the public. The lectures are being offered in conjunction with a new class "Free to be Me," geared toward those who wish to become more active and more fit in their presently "oversized" or "sedentary" bodies. This class meets on Tuesdays at 7 p.m. and on Saturdays at 11:15 a.m. Call the YMCA at 227-8018 for more information. On March 13, Paul Timmons, personal trainer, will talk about the benefits of strength training, and on March 20, Kim Wescott of Beebe Medical will speak on nutrition. The March 27 seminar will feature Steve Kast- ner, YMCA.personal trainer, who will speak on cardiac care. Have you had your hearing checked recently? Now is a good time to come in for a free hearing test and hearing aid check-up. 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