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34 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, April 10 , April 16, 1998 Long Neck Lions build shed to store medical equipment der to make repairs to the donated structure. Denise and Frank Ful- mer, owners of the Crab Barn, do- nated the space where the shed is located. Money for the project was raised by cake and restaurant raf- The Long Neck Lions Club re- cently showed off their newly re- furbished storage shed located next to the Crab Barn on Long Neck Road. The shed contains medical equipment, which is available for community use. According to Lions President Wayne Johnson, the storage shed has been a longtime goal of the group, and especially of Past President Francis Hubbs, who, along with other club members, worked hard to raise funds in or- ties held at the club, said Ruth Hubbs, and thanks to fundraising efforts, the shed now boasts fresh paint and is full of medical equip- ment and supplies. The equipment is earmarked for area families who need items sucy as a hospital bed, a wheelchair, crutches and walk- ers. Currently, the equipment is available for those who live in the Long Neck Lions area, which ex- tends from Long Neck Road, west to Oak Orchard, east to Peddlers Village and north toward Fair- mount. Anyone in need of equip- ment who does not reside within the Long Neck area may call tho club and members will direct them to help in their own area. Residents who need the loan of the medical equipment should call Wayne Johnson at 945-2480 or Francis Hubbs, at 934-9550, days, or 945-3357, evenings. We've Expanded our Selection Of CARDS & GIFT WRAPt. Michael Short photo The Long Neck Lions Club has built this shed to house wheelchairs and other medical equip- ment for the needy. Shown during the Lions meeting on April 7 are members of the local chap- ter and visiting Lions from Claymont and Laurel. Shown standing are (l-r) Rita Gaull; Vivian Esterly, Past President Mary Skinner, Joyce Mest, Secretary Ruth Hubbs, Maurice Weldie, Claymont Club Treasurer Walt Hession, Fred Skinner and Claymont Lions President Ken Chew. Shown kneeling are Past District Governor John Shwed, Past President Francis Hubbs, Long Neck Lions President Wayne Johnson and Claymont Lions Past President Harry Grandel. The Lions are currently trying to raise additional local interest in their flea market on May 23 and upcoming golf tournament on June 10. For information on either event or to join the Lions, contact any member of the Lions Club. v- OFFICE & ART Sat. 9-5 EASTER 645-2287 Hwy One Rehoboth (behind The Roadhouse) Several key positions available in leadership corps of statewide AARP There are several key positions now available in the state with the leadership corps of AARP, ac- cording to Ted Ressler, state coor- dinator for community operations. The AARP state plan for Delaware is being finalized, said Ressler, and several key positions have been created or vacated in the past month to bolster the lead- ership within the state. Several of these positions will work directly with the Leadership Council of AARP Delaware and others will be more localized to a specific ge- ographical location. On a statewide basis the group is seeking a state recruiter whose responsibility will be to enlist vol- unteers for various positions with- in the state to fill vacancies creat- ed by normal attrition or resigna- tions, and to fill newly created po- sitions. AARP is also seeking a state coordinator for training who will be responsible for training the various cadres of programs within the state. On a more localized level, there are three key positions that need to be filled. The first is a chapter spe- cialist for District III, which en- compasses the lower half of Sus- sex County from U.S. 113 to the Eastern Shore of Delaware. The job of the chapter specialist is to work with the present four local chapters helping in problem areas, meeting needs and general sup- port. The other two positions are for community council coordina- tors in both District II and District III, in Kent County and Sussex County respectively. Their task would be to assemble key leader- ship personnel in a given geo- graphical location and to help co- ordinate the efforts of that council to deal with problems or concerns of the communities it serves. "All of these positions are presently vacant and anyone inter- ested in applying should call 1- 800-897-2277, or should write to AARP at P.O. Box 371, Camden 19934," Ressler said. "You don't need to be a member of AARP to apply, and previous experience isn't necessary. Every candidate will receive basic hands-on train- ing for the position, and expenses involved in carrying out the duties of the position are reimbursed by AARP," he added. The AARP leadership council has planned a very full agenda for 1998 and is looking to further en- hance its present volunteer corps with candidates. "It is a very re- warding job," Ressler said. "I've served since 1988 and I still get excited about the program." 0 I 0 Have a Magnificent Lawn Without the Hassle utomatic tion Systems "The use of properly timed applications of water will uni- formly maintain the moisture content within the soil structure. A sprinkler system together with the proper application of lime and fertilizers will help your lawn turn out great."