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Briefly Sister to Sister April 29 conference set in Dover The fourth annual Sister to Sis- ter conference for Communities of Color and Faith will be held from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., April 29 at the Price Building at Delaware State University in Dover. Ad- mission is free. In addition to lectures on vari- ous topics, several skits will be performed by Sister to Sister members. A special workshop for youth will also be included. Featured speakers include Rev. Alberta Ware, from the Balm in Gilead, author Valerie Reeder-bey and her granddaughter Annisha. They will be on hand to discuss and autograph copies of their new book, "Grandma Has AIDS, An- nisha&apos;s Story." For more information, call Debbie Cheatwood at 856-2388, Ext. 151. Early registration is suggested as seating is limited. Tax help available for seniors at Milford center Milford Senior Center and AARP are cosponsoring tax as- sistance for seniors every Mon- day and Tuesday in the Ireland Room at the center. Senior citizens who would like help completing federal and state tax forms should call 422-3385 to make an appointment. A copy of last year's return should be brought to the center at the time of your appointment. This service is open to anyone over the age of 50. Achievement pageant looks for state delegates The North American Achieve- ment Pageant is seeking women to become state delegates in the following divisions: Teen Miss, ages 13-19; Teen Miss Plus, ages 13-19 and over size 14; Miss, ages X0-29; Miss Plus, ages 20- 29 and over size 14; Mrs., age 35 and married over five years; Woman, ages 40 and older; and Woman Plus, ages 40 and older and over a size 14. Those interested may contact Melissa Hooks, national director, at 803-536-2406. The pageant Web site is <www.geocities.com/ naachievement>. Submitted photo CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, March 24 - March 30, 2000 - 31 VFW honors Voice of Democracy winners The Veterans of Foreibrn Wars recently honored the judges and winners of its annual Voice of Democracy contest for high school students at a dinner at the Atterbury Post, Newark. Shown (l-r) are Tom Wagner, Delaware State Auditor and VOA judge; Walter Kula, state commander, VFW; Lt. Col. Rob Hall, chief of plans and programs, 436 Airlift Wing, Dover AFB, VOA judge; Dave Skocik, candidate for lieutenant governor and VOAjudge; Kay Minutola, chair of the ladies auxiliary for VOA program; Bill Robbins, past state commander, VFW; Frank Fan- tini, vice president, Independent Newspapers and VOA judge; anc Barbara McGowan of Lewes, president, ladies auxiliary, VFW, Delaware.