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k I / Christ the Savior Orthodox Church Kiwanis Basket Bingo set April 9 in Millsboro The Greater Millsboro Kiwanis Club will host a Longaberger Bas- ket Bingo Saturday, April 9, at the Millsboro Fire Hall, located on State Street, just south of Route 24 in downtown Millsboro. Doors open at 6 p.m. and the games begin at 7 p.m. Proceeds from the event will benefit area children and youths through the Millsboro Kiwanis Club service projects. Tickets are $20 in advance and $25 at the door. Advance tickets may be purchased at Lasher Asso- ciates on Route 113 in Millsboro; Frank J. Smith Nursery on Route 113 in Millsboro; and Realty Ex- ecutives, located on Route 1 in Rehoboth Beach. Longaberger baskets, spring- time items and pottery will be of- fered as prizes. The evening will also include raffles, door prizes, a 50/50 drawing and refreshments. Participants must be 18 or older. For more information, call 934- 8424 or 856-7238. We welcome your interest in Orthodoxy! Common Cause, AAUW host advocacy workshop Common Cause of Delaware and the American Association of University Women will sponsor a workshop from 9 a.m. to noon, Tuesday, March 22, on ways to be an effective advocate in the Gen- eral Assembly. The workshop will be held in Legislative Hall, second floor, Senate hearing room. Participants will learn lobbying techniques, methods and practical ways that citizens can impact the legislative process to advance their agenda in the General As- sembly. To register for the workshop or for more information, call John Flaherty, Common Cause, at 302- 521-0394 or email jdf0000@- Paid./)r ILl' Jlillon Pittrm,t:l'. C'lil)pt, r Sqtl,r(,. Jlillott 6N4-N:;61 SPCC honors Robin T. James The Sussex Pregnancy Care Center (SPCC) honored Robin T. James at its annual Caring Hearts Banquet, for James' eight years of leadership and for his commit- ment to the community. His vi- sion is the driving force that helped others to believe for the impossible. A strong passion to affect lives in a positive way in- eludes serving as treasurer on the board of directors at SPCC, presi- dent for the Delmarva Christian High School and past president of Epworth Christian School. Lewes library book sale set for March 26 The Friends of the Lewes Public Library wilt host its book sale from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday, March 26, in the second floor meeting room of the library, locat- ed at Kings Highway and Adams Street. Thousands of hardcover and pa- perback books will be available for purchase, including fiction, nonfiction, children's favorites, recent bestsellers, art and music, science fiction, mysteries, how- to, classics and more. The event is free and open to the public. All proceeds benefit the library. For more information, call 645-4633 during business hours. Seashore Parrot Heads slate March 19 meeting The Delaware Seashore Parrot Head Club, a tropically inspired nonprofit group of Jimmy Buffer fans, will hold a business meeting at 7:30 p.m., Saturday, March 19, at the home of John and Linda Novosel. Everyone is asked to bring a covered dish and libations. The meeting is open to anyone inter- ested in becoming a member. The Parrot Head Club, one of more than 200 chapters of the interna- tional Parrot Heads in Paradise, is the fan club of singer/songwriter Jimmy BuffeR. It is a social club that also raises money for local charities and does environmental projects such as beach and road cleanups. Parrot Heads "party with a purpose." For more information and direc- tions contact Denise Irwin, 684- 8576, or 542-1097; John Novosel, 947-29991 or visit www.delaware- Milton library to host Ladies Expo March 30 The Milton Public Library will host Ladies Expo, with special vendors just for women, at 6 p.m., Wednesday, March 30. Representatives from local businesses will be on hand to do- nate their services for free. Ven- dors include Avon, the Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition, Healthy for Life, Mary Kay, Nature's Pre- cious Oils, Premier Jewelry and Zen Spa Salon, and more. There will be door prizes and other treats for participants. For more information, call 684- 8856. Teen craft program set for March 12 in Milton Patricia Lyons of Village Crafts by Michaels will host a teen craft program at 10:30 p.m., Saturday, March 12, at the Milton Public Li- brary, located at 121 Union St. in Milton. The program will feature the creation of hand-decorated Easter eggs. The cost of the program, that includes all materials, is $5 per person. Call 684-8856 to sign up or for more information. CAPE GAZETYE, Friday, March 11 - March 14, 2005 - 77 1400 Coastal Hwy., Fenwick Island, DE Christian practice unchanged from ages to ages. Saturday Vespers - 6 p.m. Sunday Divine Liturgy (Eucharist) - 9 a.m. For schedule of weekday services call 302-537-6055 Love Himself took your place on the cross. ".Aa many as saw Elim (Jesus) were astonished - the Servant of God became an object of horror. His face and whole appearance were marred more than any man's. He was dupld and rejected, forsaken by men, a Man of Sorrows and acquainted with grief. We ate tJlte oriel who strayed away like sheep! Yet God laid on Him the guilt and sins of every one of us." (from Isaiah 52:14 - 53:12) for any information on the 4000 EX Honda 4 Wheeler stolen from Ftust Fload in Harbeson. All information will be kept confidential. Call 302.644.7177