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:I 68 FRIDAY, MARCH 27- MONDAY, MARCH 30, 2015 CAPE LIFE Cape Gazette Wilmington University Wildcats to prowl Lewes April 10,11 Wilmington University Alum- ing new friends and enjoying the ni Association Kent and Sussex annual Lewes Tulip Celebration County Chapter will host the 2nd while shopping and sightseeing. Annual Wildcat Prowl Friday All prowl participants will and Saturday, April 10 and 11, in receive a prowl passport list- historic Lewes. ing participating museums and Following on the success of its shops in Lewes. Participating debut in 2014, this year's prowl merchants like Kids' Ketch, R&L weekend will kick off from 7 to Liquors, Jewelry Exchange of 8:30 p.m, Friday, April 10, at the Delaware and A Taste of Italy Zwaanendael Museum in Lewes. offer prowl-only discounts and Nancy Alexander, director of the special features. Attendees are Rehoboth Beach Historical So- encouraged to visit all of the ciety, will give a lecture on "The museums and businesses at their Role of Rehoboth Beach during own pace throughout the day. World War II." The prowl will conclude at Irish The cost of the lecture is $5 Eyes Pub & Restaurant at 3 p.m. per person and includes a wine Prowlers are invited to recap and and cheese reception. The com- round out the weekend with a munity is invited to attend. The beverage and light snacks before prowl will run from 10 a.m. to 3 heading to dinner or home. p.m., Saturday, April 11. The cost To register in advance, go to is $20 per person, On-site registration for Satur- aspx?ProductId=51. For more day's events will begin at 9:30 information about this year's a.m. at the Zwaanendael Mu- Wilmington Wildcat Prowl in seum. The community is invited Lewes, contact Stacey Stick- to bring the family and join in the el at 302-295-1174 or email fun as weekend Wildcats, meet- Training in financial toolkit for social services personnel set April 23 Your Money, Your Goals - A a variety of programs to help Financial Empowerment Toolkit provide a more complete level of for Social Services Programs assistance to those in need. will be held from 9 a.m. to 4 In partnership with the nation- p.m., Thursday, April 23, at the al Consumer Financial Protection University of Delaware Coopera- Board, UD Cooperative Exten- tive Extension Carvel Research sion has been identified to offer Center at 16483 County Seat training about how to use a new Highway, Georgetown. There is a resource designed for personnel $25 fee to cover the cost of a light who help others. lunch and snacks. The registra- The purpose of the toolkit is tion deadline is Friday, April 17. to help build confidence and .The idea of social services is an knowledge in staff so they can ever-changing one. Individuals in then offer assistance to their cli- support services are finding that entele. It will also help educate they are often asked to help with social services staff as to when a broader range of topics than it is beneficial to refer clients to ever before. Whether a person is other community agencies and dealing with the illness of a loved which agencies to refer them to. one, job insecurity, substance The toolkit will help person- abuse, or just navigating their nel discuss topics such as how to way through life, the subject of manage cash flow, dealing with money almost always comes up. debt and understanding credit Across the country, public and reports and scores, protecting private social services programs consumer rights. are working to integrate financial For details, contact Maria Pip- empowerment activities into pidis at 302-831-1239. Antiques appraisal and auction set April 11 The Friends of the Greenwood lowing the appraisal session, Pfiblic Library will be holding there will be an auction of many their annual Antiques Appraisal different types of items conduct- Fair, with an auction of pre-se- ed by Evard B. Hall, auctioneer lected items following the fair, at and appraiser. Tickets are re- 12 p.m., Saturday, April 11, at the quired for admittance into the Greenwood Public Library, 100 appraisal session; cost is $5 for Mill St. in Greenwood. admittance to observe, or $5 per This is the afternoon for those appraised item, up to two items. interested in knowing the value Admission to the auction is free. of a family heirloom or yard sale Refreshments prepared by the purchase or for those who enjoy Friends of the Greenwood Public watching "Antiques Roadshow." Library will also be available for All antiques and collectibles purchase. Tickets may be pur- will be expertly appraised in a chased in advance at the library group lecture-type format. Fol- or by calling 302-349-5309. mid-atlantic family practice WELCOMES KELLY EDDINGER PA-C Kelly Eddinger PA-C joins Daryl Sharman MD, Brian CaswelI-Monack DO and Tracie Roberts FNP-BC at our Millsboro office Mid-Atlantic Family Practice is pleased to announce that Kelly Eddinger PA-C has joined our practice on March 1, 2015. Ms. Eddinger completed the Physician Assistant Certification program at Philadelphia University in 2012 and became certified in September 2012. She had been working as an orthopedic surgical physician assistant at Southeastern Spine Institute in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina until moving to the Millsboro area with her fiance in November 2014. She also has experience in primary care, emergency medicine, and general surgery. Ms. Eddinger will join Daryl Sharman MD, Brian CaswelI-Monack DO, and Tracie Roberts FNP-BC in our Millsboro location. Our Millsboro office is located at 28538 Dupont Blvd., Unit 1, Millsboro, DE. To schedule an appointment, please call our Millsboro office at 302-934-0944. Additional information about Mid-Atlantic Family Practice can be obtained on our website at or by calling our office. Lutheran O, hureh of"Our vior phased fo announce our blol9 l eok gerviee Palm 9unda9 March 29 Traditional erviee with 14o[9 Communion @ 8 and II:15 AM O_,ontemporar9 (Praie.O erviee uoith O_,ommunion at 9:45 AN Maundsu Thumda!j April 2 Traditional eerviee with blol u Communion at 7 PN e-,ood Friday. April c3 erviee at Noon. Tenebrae erviee at 7 PM Easter 9unda9 .- P, pril 5 Traditional eerviee with Holou e, ommunion @ 8 and l[:15/ M O-,onternporar9 (Praie!) erviee Luith Communion at 9:45/ bl Pha eJoin All are weioome!