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62 FRIDAY, MARCH 15 - MONDAY, MARCH 18, 2013 CAPE LIFE Cape Gazette FLORIST MABLE O'NEAL CELEBRATES 90TH BIRTHDAY March 17 last day to. buy Girl Scout Cookies The Girl Scouts of the Chesa- peake Bay Cookie Program for 2013 is coming to an end Sunday, March 17. This year, local Girl Scouts have been offering the six varieties - Thin Mints, Samoas, Tagalongs, Trefoils, Do-si-dos Operation Taste of Home cook- and Savannah Smiles. ies will be donated to Armed All Girl Scout Cookies are free Forces and local agencies, such of preservatives and have zero as food banks and pantries, blood trans fats. Cookies are $4 per box. banks, cancer centers and youth Girls are also taking dona- programs. If interested, call the tions of Girl Scout cookies for Cookie Hotline at 1-800-YUM- Operation Taste of Home and YUM2; To locate a cookie booth local community groups. The sale, visit .... Would like to welcome Heather R. Boyle, DMD SUBMITTED PHOTO MABLE L. O'NEAL OF LAUREL recently celebrated her 90th birthday at a luncheon with approximately 60 members of her family and friends at the Georgia House in Laurel. Mable was born Feb. 17,1923, to Joseph and Laura McClements of Smyrna. She was the second of nine children and oldest daughter. She married Andrew C. O'Neal of Laurel on Dec. 7, 1952 and they had two children, Josepi~ (wife Annelle) and Carolyn; with whom she lives. She has two grandsons, Andy (wife Crystal) and Randy (wife Laurie), and five great-grandchildren: Isaac, Samuel, Paige, Ava and Henry. Mable began her florist career at the age of 18 by work ng at the for- mer Vane's Florist in Dover, located where Dover Downs is now. She also worked for Cook and Smith Florist in Dover during the late 1950s. In 1960, Mable and her husband opened their own florist business, O'Neal's Florist in Laurel, in a remodeled potato house behind their home. She continuedto operate it by herself after her husband's death in 1966. Mrs. O'Neal closed her business after undergoing heart bypass surgery in 2005 and retired at the age of 82. Mrs. O'Neal now keeps busy by crocheting baby afghans for the ma- ternity ward at Nanticoke Memorial Hospital, cooking and enjoying her great-grandchildren. 18947 John J. Williams Hwy., Suite 301 Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971 302-645-7200 CARING HEARTS PARTICIPANTS VISIT HEIDI LOWE GALLERY IN REHOBOTH SUBMITTED PHOTOS HEIDI LOWE received the naugural Renew Your Palette Inspirational Life Award recognizing artisans who have overcome adversity to achieve success. The award was presented to Lowe at the March 9 Renew Your Palette event. The gathering was a collaboration among the Cancer Support Community Delaware, Salvation ArmyCreative HEARTS, Rehoboth Beach Boys & Girls Club and Delaware Hospice. The event celebrated the healing power of cre- ative arts and featured the work of local artists and culinary demonstrations by Boardwalk Plaza Hotel, Robert Peck Catering, Sprouting Chefs and Big Fish Grill. For more information, contact Lily Gosnear at the Cancer Support Com- munity, 302-645-9150, or Christy Cugno at the Salvation ~,rmy, 302-934-3730, Ext.111, Shown in back are (I-r) Marvin Walston. Lowe, and Holli Wood. n front are Ernestine Robins, Kim Smith and Sarah Bosco. Lowe is the recipient of the Re- new Your Palettetnspirational Life Award. Children at Delaware Hos- pice's New Hope program dis- cover art as a way to express their grief. Delaware Hospic joined with the Cancer Support Community of Delaware, Sal- vation Army Creative HEARTS and the Rehoboth Beach Boys & Girls Club for Renew Your Palette, held March 9 at the Cancer Support Community's Beebe Health Campus on John J. Williams Highway. "Taking the burden off of clients is what it's all about for me." Entrepreneurs are strong individuals; risk- taking leaders whose visions spark new busi- nesses. The burden of being an entrepreneur is that there is no one to follow when you need guidance. Alison excels a( assisting those business owners that are excited about their business and want to see it thrive. She works side byside with our entrepreneurial clients, helping them solidify plans, create goals, and visualize the next step. Contact Alison today to review your business's future. From inception to success, you will have a partner at your side, helping ease your load. FAW CASSON CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS . BUSINESS CONSULTANTS Tammy J. Ordway Alison L. Houck Stephanie J. Turner FAW CASSON - ENTREPRENEURIAL SERVICES 160 Greentree Drive, Suite 203 Dover, DE 19904 Tel: 302-856-9266 www.faweasson.eom