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°2 68 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, March 19 - March 25, 2004 Steven Billups photos Dazzling Damsels host fashion show at Peebles The Dazzling Damsels, a Lewes branch of the Red Hat Society, hosted a spring fashion show at Peebles in the Rehoboth Mall. They were joined by guests, the Indian River Red Hatters and the Lewes Red Hatters. Shown above are (l-r) Norma Geppert, Dazzling Damsels Queen Mother Betty Vanderhout, Marjorie Parker, Indian River Queen Mother Muriel Pfeiffer, Con- nie Shockley, Connie Benko, Gloria Dill, Joyce Beauchamp, Flo Councill, Eadie Loetzer and Rita Kirby. At right, standing behind the Dazzling Damsels mascot, Lilly, are (l-r) Eadie Loet- zer of the Lewes Red Hatters, Dazzling Damsels Queen Mother Betty Vanderhout and Indian River Red Hatters Queen Mother Muriel Pfeiffer. Division of I .braries embarks on statewide master plan The Delaware Division of Li- braries is embarking on a ! statewide master plan for library services and construction, a com- i prehensive planning effort de- signed to set the course for public : library infrastructure, services, fa- ': cilities and technology in Delaware for the next 20 years. The year-long planning effort, which will appraise the current status of public library service and will address future trends and : needs, will be conducted under the guidance of Himmel & Wilson, li- brary consultants, and Providence Associates Inc. Himmel & Wilson specializes in evaluation and plan- ning services for libraries. Provi- dence Associates focuses on plan- ning for library facilities. The planning effort is designed to engage the public in an active discussion of the kinds of library and information services they want and need and to examine the longterm infrastructure, service, facility and technology needs re- quired to meet the public's expec- tations. Over the next few months, the public will have an opportuni- ty to participate in numerous fo- cus groups that will be held Expert Dry Cleaning throughout the state, in a tele- phone survey to be conducted by the University of Delaware's Cen- ter for Applied Demography and Survey Research, and in surveys that will take place in every public library in Delaware. The public will also have the opportunity to react to the consultants' findings and recommendations in a series of "town hall" sessions that will take place in convenient locations throughout the state later in the year. Visit our Web site: www.capegazette.conn 251 Rehoboth Ave. Rehoboth Beach, DE 302-227-7223 The consultants have already reviewed background documents and have started to work on the collection of the data necessary to create demographic profiles for each of the library service areas in Delaware. The first of the public focus groups will take place dur- ing the week of March 15; the bal- ance will be scheduled in April. A team of consultants will visit each of the public library facilities dur- ing April to consider an assess- ment of the physical characteris- tics of each building. A key aspect of.the planning initiative will be examining ways in which the development and im- provement of public library serv- ices can support and augment oth- er statewide and local initiatives aimed at enhancing the quality of life enjoyed by all Delawareans. For more information, contact Annie Norman, state librarian, at, or by phone at 302-739-4748 or 800-282- 8696. Wish you had a guardian anger to guide you in tong term care issues? For nursing home residents and their fatuities an "angel." is al.ways avail,abte through the Detaware Long Term Care Ombudsman Program {LTCOPI. LTCOP Trained Advocates: • Offer Support and Advice • Serve as a voice for residents • Monitor Quality of Care • Provide companionship as Friendty Visitors Find sotutions under the wing of a LTCOP advocate. For hel,p with tong term care issues, information about vol.unteer opportunities, or a free nursing home guide, cal.l, 800-223-9074. NEWWJffE SPB Est. 1990 • 14 Model Display 3721 Highway One Rehoboth Beach, DE 1-1/2 Mile South of Ocean Outlets #2 Next to Boardwalk Builders Call for info package 302-227-8484 M-F 10-5 ° Sat 10-4 • Sun 12-3 Afterhours Appointments Available Over 60 spa__s in stock_-- I  £1telIlll'itltltutI'i I I • 2-8 Person Spas • $#4devBIlse From • Energy Index Rated • Unique Versa-Flo TM & Roto Stream Hydrotherapy JetSystem • Whisper Clean Systems • TE, DVD/Stereo, LED Lighting • "Best of Class" • Waterfall Jet Complete Spa Package From s3,495 "'The Spa of Infinite Possibilities "' • 2, 4 and 6 Person Spas I  • For indoor or outdoor ... use • Quick & easy " "- ....... : installation • Energy-efficient • No special wiring IllJlr.or plumbing requtrements • Free delivery within 125 miles. Shipping Available. • Totally Portable Complete Spa Package From $2,3t "TT ...... = 1 11 FF" 7q-"- ]II1Ti'IlI IllllllnmlmIaBBBm'r ,