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44 - CAPE GAZE'IWE, Friday, March 24 - March 30, 2000 Sussex EMS gains new paramedics Sussex County Emergency Medical Services (EMS) recently hired three new paramedics to join its staff. John Haynie recently complet- ed the out-of-state paramedic process to become a Delaware- certified paramedic. Haynie re- cently completed several months of training and evaluation to com- plete this process. Originally from Florida, Haynie comes to Delaware from Pocomoke, Md., where he started as a volunteer paramedic. Haynie is currently stationed at Sussex County Para- medic Station IO1, located in the Lincoln area. Ray Alt of Lewes trained in Concord, N.H., at the New Hamp- shire Technical Institute. Along with his national registry certifi- cation, Alt received an associate's degree in EMS. Wayne Jester recently complet- ed the out-of-state paramedic process to become a Delaware certified paramedic. Jester, a resi- dent of Felton, completed his paramedic training at George Washington University in Wash- ington, D.C. Prior to working for Sussex County EMS, Jester was a paid ambulance attendant for the Re- hoboth Beach Volunteer Fire Company. Sussex County EMS is still re- cruiting and training more para- medics to staff the new Long Neck/Oak Orchard Paramedic Station, expected to be in opera- tion by the summer of 2000. Reality therapy seminar is April 14-15 at Del Tech A seminar on reality therapy set for April 14-15 at Delaware Tech- nical & Community College in Georgetown, can help counselors, psychologists, church leaders and social services workers under- stand this treatment method. Control and reality therapy, ap- plications and effectiveness with- in the counseling situation will be explored. The course uses a com- bination of group discussions, role playing and lecture. Sessions meet from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Friday, April 14, and from 8:30 a.m. to noon, Saturday, April 15. The fee is $65. To register, call 854-6966. Cancer victim shares story in Milford March 30 Cancer survivor Max Hoyt will speak at 1 p.m., Thursday, March 30, at the Milford Senior Center. Hoyt was diagnosed with cancer in 1993, and treatment resulted in his becoming a laryngectomee. Within two months following Workshop focuses on gambling addiction Sliding Down the Slippery Slope, a workshop targeting gam- bling addictions, will be held April 6 and 7 in Dewey Beach. The sessions will be presented by Linda Graves and Barbara Barr. To register, call the DADAMH training office at 302-577-4980. his surgery and while he was re- ceiving radiation for his cancer, Hoyt began speaking as a volun- teer for the American Cancer So- ciety. He has spoken to more than 1,200 schools this past year to de- liver his message. He is currently the volunteer chairman for the American Cancer Society's Delaware Government Relations and Advocacy Committee. The public is invited to this free event. Beebe to host free monthly seminars Beebe Medical Center wil host free monthly seminars at 1:30 p.m., the third Thursday of each month, at the new CHEER Com- munity Center in Georgetown. Tea will be served following the seminars. For more information, call 854-9500. Lean on Me group meets March 28 Lean on Me, a support group for families of patients who are stay- ing in nursing homes, will meet at 3 p.m:, Tuesday, March 28, at Lewes Convalescent Center. For more information, call 645-6606. Richard Simmons makes health fair appearance The second annual Health, Fun and Fitness Fair, sponsored by Happy Harry's and WDEL/ WSTW, will he from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday, April 1, at the First USA Riverfront Arts Center. The event includes a special ap- pearance by Richard Simmons, appearing on behalf of the Delaware Stroke Initiative and sponsors DuPont Pharmaceutical and Astra Zeneca. St. Francis Healthcare Services will also present a daylong special appearance 'by the most decorated gymnast in U. S. history, Shannon Miller. For more information, call 302-478-2700. Carolyn J. Gover M.A., N.C.C., L.P.C.M.H. -Pc M. SPRING: A TIME FOR NEW BEGINNINGS IN YOUR PERSONAL, PROFESSIONAL AND RELATIONAL LIVES 24 YFRS - CALL FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION EXPERIENCE CONCERNING OUR PROGRAMS FOR COUPLES - Depressive & Addictions Disorders COUPLES ADULTS TEENS CHILDREN Rehoboth Beach: (302) 226-3661 AT CDAR Stop wishing. Remove unsightly veins, hair and skin blemishes with state-of-the-art laser surgery. Vascular Laser: Treatment of facial and leg spider veins, warts, birthmarks, rosacea, tattoos and stretch marks. Laser Hair Removal: A permanent, safe, fast way to remove unwanted hair. 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