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28 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, March 27 - April 2, 1998 Pioneer Club of Sussex donates to CHEER building fund The Pioneer Club of Sussex County recently made a $100 donation to the CHEER Building Fund. This donation, along with many others received, is earmarked for the construction of CHEER's new Warren L. and Charles C. Allen Jr. Multi-Purpose Community Center. The Pioneer Club, with 12 full-time volunteers and about 1,100 members throughout the county, are a social and recreational group for the visually impaired. Sponsored by the Georgetown Lions Club, they meet in Jones Hall of the Wesley United Methodist Church in Georgetown about twice a month. Officers of the Pioneer Club are Cora Duda, president; George Stokes, vice president; Made- lyn Benning, secretary; and Gall Olsen, director/treasurer. Shown in the photo are Pioneer Club members (l-r) Betty West, Barbara Carl, Amy Phillips, Antoinette Witcoski, Kay Baker, Penny Paine and Preston Hope. AARP Delaware seeks http://homes.delawareonline.com/oldlanding volunteers in Sussex AARP Delaware is seeking vol- unteers to fill two positions in the leadership cadre of the Delaware Leadership Council, according to state coordinator Ted Ressler. "In Sussex County, we are still seeking a chapter specialist," Ressler said. "The position is not complicated or as difficult as the name might imply. It is a position for which the volunteer would re- ceive training and have the re- sources of myself and the district coordinator to fall back on with questions or concerns," he said. Ressler said the job mainly in- volves visiting with the present four local AARP chapters and with their boards and communi- cating with' them as a liaison be- tween the chapters. The second position is that of a statewide coordinator for recruit- ment. The volunteer in this posi- tion would be responsible for working at recruiting men and women for volunteer leadership throughout the state. Both positions are supported through the state budget from the standpoint that all expenses in- volved in carrying out their duties are reimbursed by the AARP. Nei- ther position requires any previ- ous AARP experience. Anyone interested in applying for either of these positions should contact Ted Ressler at 302-697-1271. Sleep Continued from page 27 fight a constant battle against na- ture to get enough quality sleep. Finally, untreated sleep disor- ders account for a significant per- centage of sleep problems. More than 10 million Ameri- cans suffer from the serious breathing disorder sleep apnea. Loud snoring and brief interrup- tions of breathing during sleeping lead to multiple awakenings and ,,'_,.Py ,be 3.,..lce,.cl tD J'm, ar p.rJe.rns. An estimated 12 million adults and children have restless legs syndrome, where tingling and prickling sensations in the legs prevent sleep, while hundreds of thousands of people have nar- colepsy, experiencing irresistible sleep "attaclCs;" Successful treatments exist for each of these disorders. Unfortu- nately, 95 percent of sufferers re- main undiagnosed. Too manty victims of sleep disorders do not get medical treatment because they are unaware that diagnosiis and treatment are available from heath care professionals trained in sleep medicine. As part of National Sleep Awareness Week, March 30-April 5, Bdebe Medical Center, along with more than 75 organizations across the nation, are holding si- multaneous public educational events in cooperation with the Na- tional Sleep Foundation in Wash- ington, D.C. Est. 1958 ) LISTED HAZZ00 Electrical Contractor L.P.I. Cert. 959 645-8457 645-9060 1-800-610-8457 CERTIFIED LIGHTNING PROTECTION P.O. Box252, Lewes, DE 19958 Once You Visit The Villages of Old Landing You Won't Want To Live Anywhere Else. APlanned community of --X.single family homes in a beautiful and serene setting oray a few minutes from Rehoboth Beach and Lewes. The Villages of Old Landing offers you single-floor living at its best. Choose 2, 3 or 4 bedrooms from 6 stunning floor plans. From $126,900 to $174,900 (including lot and home) covd poes .gafcome .waer&mer .2-cw garages o Pool & pool house .Sidewalks Woods and 4es Gatehouse enW o MaC gm'hmling The Villages of Old Landing is located on Old Landing Road between Highway One and Rehoboth Bay adjacent to the golf course. Four finished models open every day 10 a.m. to 5 p.m Call (302) 227-7989 or 1-800-344-1814 outside of Sussex County DAACE Conference Friday & Saturday, March 27th & 28th University of Delaware Ag Alumni Saturday, March 28th d .2,2 7-3&88