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Don Be Left Ou. Zwaanendael members attend.Federation Day The General Federation of Women's Clubs of Kent and Sus- sex Counties had a successful Federation Day at Boseov's in Dover on March 7, 1998. Shown at the Federation Day are (I- r) Dorothy Godwin, Jeanne Hadley and Kay Rockett of the Zwaanendael Club in Lewes, counting the profits from their Country Store Table. Kent/Sussex adoptive families begin group Organizers of Kent & Sussex International Adoptive Families are seeking couples who have adopted children from overseas or are even considering doing so, who are interested in joining a support and play group. Anyone interested in learning more about this organization should contact Donna Walton at 422-0182 or e- mail to dwalton507 @ aol.com; Tracy Lilly, 422-0779; or Cindy Bones, 856-6521. Beanie Baby" raffle to benefit April Beauchamp The Mizzen Mast of Rehoboth Beach has donated a St. Patrick's Day Beanie Baby TM known as "Erin" to be raffled off for the benefit of the April Beauchamp Bone Marrow Drive. Beauchamp is being treated for lymphoma at Christiana Health Care Systems. Tickets for the raffle are being sold for $2 each and are available through Betty Brittingham at 945- 3154 or Karen Hefke at 645-2409. Drawing for the St. Patrick's Beanie Baby will take place Wednesday, April 15. CHEERmobile Mini.Market needs volunteers The CHEERmobile Mini-Mar- ket, operated by Sussex Senior Services, needs help. This "gro- cery market on wheels" delivers food and supplies to homebound elderly or Sussex Countians with disabilities who are unable to shop on their own. Anyone wishing to help out one day a week, assisting drivers with filling orders from the truck for custor0ers in need, should call Mary Ellen Hearn, 856-5187, for details. No driving is involved. MARI:H 25, 1998-ONLY 17 LOTS LEFT VIA to meet April 8 in Rehoboth The Village Improvement As- sociation (VIA), a member of the General Federation of Women's Clubs, will meet at I p.m., Wednesday, April 8, at the Re- hoboth Beach Clubhouse, located at Grenoble Place on the Board- walk. This month's guest speaker will be Ann Gordn, Sussex Coun- ty coordinator for READ- ALOUD Delaware, and all mem- bers and their guests are urged to attend. AARP offers seniors free tax assistance AARP Tax-Aide volunteers are providing face-to-face tax coun- seling at more than 10,000 sites nationwide, mostly in senior and community centers, libraries and other convenient locations. Throughout Delaware, AARP volunteers will be available until April 16 to assist older individuals with their returns. To find the most convenient AARP Tax-Aide location, residents should call 888-227-7669. AARP volunteers are trained in cooperation with the IRS and can offer assistance on all basic tax forms. Anyone requiring help with complex returns is ad- vised to seek professional assis- tance. Delaware Beekeepers to meet April 7 Anyone interested in being a beekeeper, either for fun or profit, are encouraged to meet with like- minded people for information and support at the Delaware Bee- keepers Association/Sussex County monthly meetings. The fo- cus of the next meeting, to be held Tuesday, April 7, will be on swap- ping bee equipment. The meeting will take place at the University of Delaware's Research & Education Center, about six miles west of Georgetown. For more details, call Dean Burroughs at 410-543- 6344. State forest service offers seedlings for sale The Delaware Department of Agriculture Forest Service is now accepting applications for numer- ous varieties of evergreen and hardwood seedlings. Anyone in- terested in purchasing seedlings should call 800-282-8685. Buy At The Glade 242 Lots Sold Get Yours Before They're Goner. Prices starting at $35,900 Only two Glade-front lots remaining Million Dollar Clubhouse, Pool, Tennis Courts Only two ocean view, state park view lots remaining We're High And Dry/ I Glade Farm Drive, Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971 (Sales office at Glade Entrance) Wayne Mitchell, Sales Manager 1-800-77GLADE (302)227-2884 VISIT THE GLADE TODAY AND SEE WHY THESE LOTS ARE CONSIDERED REHOBOTH'S BEST VALUE.