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................... CAPI: LII:E Cape Gazette worth and potential of women For information about this or- and girls by funding critical proj- ganization, visit delcf.org/ffw. ects that meet their needs - from housing to healthcare, from job For more information, go to: training to emergency food pro- BBH, delcf, org/ffw grams, Fund for Women members from Sussex and Kent counties will hold their second annual fashion show from 1 to 4 p.m., Sunday, April 22, at the Cordrey Center in Millsboro. Doors open at noon. Local women's boutiques, in- cluding Anything Goes, Josephine's Daughter and Bel Boutique, will feature spring and summer fashions for guests to enjoy. Hair and make-up for models will be contributed by SUBMITTED PHOTO Bad Hair Day. Boutiques, along SUSSEX COUNTY FUND for Women with Accent on Travel, will dis- Chair Lynn Kokjohn prepares for the play accessories for sale and con- second annual fashion show scheduled for 1 to 4 p.m., Sunday, April 22, at the tribute raffles and discount Cordrey Center in Millsboro. coupons. Light refreshments and specialty drinks will be served. The event is open to founders and all women interested in the work of the Fund for Women. Those wishing to attend should obtain $20 tickets by credit card at delcorg; click event registra- tion. Seating is limited. Registration ends Sunday, April 15. For more information, contact Lynn Kokjohn at 302-841-4333. Since its inception, the Fund for Women has had a major im- pact on the lives of women and girls in Delaware by harnessing the collective philanthropy of women. This unique, all-volun- teer network aims to improve the Milton Century Club inducts new members The Milton Century Club wel- Delaware State Federation of women's service organizations comed eight new members into Women's Clubs, attended, as dedicated to community im- the group March 8 at the annual well as Gesine Abrutyn, DSFWC provement through volunteer Sussex County Membership membership chair. They wel- service. Eachclub setsits agenda Luncheon held at Kings Creek corned the new members and and works on projects and pro- Country Club. New members are recognized the dedicated mem- grams that address the specific Manreen Blasic, Micki Crellin, bers who have served their com- needs of their communities. Theresa Datillo, Roseen Haenn, munities through GFWC for 25- Women who are seeking to Myra Hager-Oates, Sharon Lam- plus and 50-plus years. Entertain- work with other women to con- ondo, Judy Shandler and Roxane ment was provided by the Hand- tribute in important ways to the Whitaker. bell Choir Quartet from St. Pe- Milton community and beyond New members from all eight ter's Episcopal Church in Lewes. should consider becoming a Sussex County Generfil Federa- The Milton Century Club is a member of the Milton Century tion of Women's Clubs were in- member of the General Federa- Club. New members are wel- ducted at the event. Sandra tion of Women's Clubs, one of come. For more information, call Roberts, president of the the world's oldest and. largest Arlene Papp at 302-684-5277. NEW MEMBEHS OF THE Fo~KTON Century Club (I,r) celebrate their induction with flowers. New members Sharon Lamondo. SUBMITTED PHOTO Myra Hager-Oates, Roxane Whitaker, Judy Shandler and Micki Crellin not shown are Maureen Blasic, Theresa Datillo, Roseen Haenn and Ladiessell Easter eggs I WET BAS :MENTS STINK l! i Mold, mildew and water leakage into your basement causes health Millsboro Fire Company Ladies Auxiliary is selling eight- ounce Easter eggs for $4 each. Flavors are peanut butter, butter cream, chocolate butter cream, coconut and cherry. To order call Bonnie at 302-934-7221. Orders may be picked up at the fire hall on State Street on Friday, April 6, { and foundation damage What can be done to fix the problem? [ , Allstate American Waterproofing is an honest, hardworking local company~ ! We will give you a FREE evaluation and estimate and a fair price, We I have repaired thousands of basements in the area; we can provide local I references, When your neighbors needed waterproofing, they called I Allstate American. Why don't you? Call now to receive a 20% discount with ! your FREE ESTIMATE. MHIC#36672 I I CALL 1 800 420,7783 NOW! L .... .I SAIL FROM LOCAL CRUISE PORTS Celebrity Cruises Ocean Travel invites you to an informative evening about Royal Caribbean and Celebrity cruises departing from Baltimore, Maryland and Cape Liberty, New Jersey. Tuesday, April 17 ~ 6PM Call for reservations { OCEAN TRAVEL 19470 Coastal Highway Rehoboth Beach 227-1607 Y ildew, old & Solf Ruin Homes * FREE ESTIMATES * Seniors 10% Discount J Decks' Windows" Driveways" Docks" Gutters .jr The Wash Buggy 302-752-8560 410-749-9537 Visit Washbuggy.com Serving Locals Since 1990 ~ Licensed and Insured Call the company that locals have been using for 22 years!