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Girl Scout Troop 115 of Milton used more than $500 of its 2021 cookie earnings to purchase food for the Milton Community Food Pantry. Scouts Fiona Fisher, Gabri- ella Mansfield, Cora Joseph and McKenzie Russell filled five gro- cery carts with soups, pasta, canned goods, and proteins in- cluding chicken and ground beef. The scouts delivered the gro- ceries to Goshen Hall, where Milton Community Food Pan- try Director Donna Murawski showed them how to sort and catalog all of the donated items. The donation could not have been possible without the hard work of 15 scouts selling cookies during the cold, wet months of January and February. Girl Scout Troop 115 members thank all the cookie customers who patronized their booths at Food Lion, Big Fish Grill, Sip, the Fox Hole and the Factory. Incoming donations of food for MCFP are accepted from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Sundays, at Gos- hen Hall, 114 Federal St., along with cash or check donations. The pantry aims to provide three meals a day for three days to sup- plement a family's food budget. 302.732.3133 Serving Delmarva for over 30 years. ©2018 Natural Lawn of America, All Rights Reserved Please call for a FREE ESTIMATE & ask about our Spring Specials! Flea, tick, mosquito, aeration & seeding. The Safer Way Healthy Lawn to a BRIDGEVILLE THRIFT STORE 603 S. Main Street · Bridgeville, DE Covering Kent & Sussex County Spring CLEANUP FREE DONATION PICKUP FOR ITEMS IN WORKING CONDITION: Indoor and Outdoor Furniture, Appliances, Bedroom Sets, Pictures,Tools and More! Call 302-249-5738 for fast, free pickup! • Emergency Removal • Foreclosure • Storage Unit Cleanout • Last Minute Moving 19285 Holland Glade Road 302-227-7743 Sundays @ 10:00 am until further notice ONLINE WORSHIP ONLY Wednesdays @ 7:00 pm Weekly Online Prayer Group ONLINE VIDEO CONFERENCE Cape Gazette CAPE LIFE FRIDAY, MARCH 19 - MONDAY, MARCH 22, 2021 53 Several weeks before Christ- mas, photojournalist Gary Emeigh offered copies of “The Ink in My Blood,” to anyone who donated at least $35 to the Dela- ware Veterans Trust Fund. The 432-page coffee table book with a suggested retail price of $80 documents 50 years of pictures and stories covered by Delaware's two daily newspapers and is a primer on state history. As of Feb. 14, the project had brought in $13,880 in contribu- tions. “It represents Mr. Emeigh’s connection to those who serve by someone still engaged in service as a Civil Air Patrol pilot,” said Dave Skocik, president of the Friends of Delaware Veterans, the official pro bono fundraising organization for the trust fund. A few copies of the book re- main available. The fund is under the auspices of the Commission of Veterans Affairs. All contri- butions are tax deductible. To purchase, email Sherri.Taylor@ at the Commission of Veterans Affairs. Photojournalist’s book sales net $14K for veterans Emeigh’s ‘The Ink in My Blood’ documents five decades in news business SUBMITTED PHOTO FRIENDS OF DELAWARE VETERANS Vice President Paul Davis, left, points out a photo of himself as a young Dover police officer to Anna M. Lopez, right, Commission of Veterans Affairs vice chair. In back is Friends of Delaware Vet- erans President Dave Skocik. Milton Girl Scouts donate $500 cookie proceeds to food pantry SUBMITTED PHOTOS GIRL SCOUT TROOP 115 MEMBERS pose with the receipt and groceries they purchased for the Milton Community Food Pantry. Shown are (l-r) Fiona Fish- er, Gabriella Mansfield, Cora Joseph and McKenzie Russell. Top cookie sellers from Girl Scout Troop 115 are McKenzie Russell, left, with 1,326 boxes sold and Fiona Fish- er, with 832 boxes sold.