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Cape Gazette BUSINESS & REAL ESTATE FRIDAY, APRIL 11 - MONDAY, APRIL 14, 2014 The Harry K Foundation opens Baby Pantry in Rehoboth DENY HOWETH PHOTOS THE HARRY K Foundation and the Community Resource Center celebrated the grand opening of their Baby Pan- try March 27. Volunteers, community groups and church groups were on hand to welcome the first clients. The Baby Pantry will be open from 10 a.m. to noon, the first Monday and fourth Thursday of each month. The Community Re- source Center is located at 37510 Oyster House Road in Re- hoboth. Call 227-1340 for more information. Harry Keswani presents a few items to Danah Hudson and Issac Hagans, who are due in June with a baby girl. Shown are (I-r) The Rev. Frank Deming, Westminster Pres- byterian Church and Lewes Rehoboth Association of Church- es member; Pete Nellius, Lewes-Rehoboth Asscoiation of Churches member; Harry Keswani of the Harry K Foundation; and Pat Hearn, LRAC leadership council gather at the opening. Gathered at the opening are (I-r) Jack Welsh, director of Groome U Church baby pantry; Dianne Shearon, Community Resource Center vq unteer, Ellen Conway, CRC volunteer; Harry Keswani; Winnie Ogge fuss, Village Improvement Association volunteer; Sandy Dods Community Resource Center and American Association of Universi Women volunteer; Elaine Stepnay, CRC volunteer; and Bernie Wel.  director of Groome baby pantry. Teller Wines Expo benefits Food Bank Culinary School DENY HOWETH PHOTOS THE 2014 Teller Wines Expo, held March 29 at Lewes Yacht Club, benefits The Culinary School at the Food Bank of Delaware and Coastal Concerts out- reach activities. Ten vintners came, with 111 wines and local restaurants and the culinary school offered appetizers. The expo opened to a sold-out crowd. Tim Hunter, left, chef Instructor of the Culinary School at the Food Bank of Delaware, joins Catherine and Kevin Hester of Teller Wines. Coastal Concerts volunteers ran the 50/50 raffle and thesilent auction for the event. They include in back (I-r) Edna Ellett, executive director; Joanne Harrin- gan; and Pat Porta. In front is Denise Emery, president. Karen Clayton of Bacchus Importers pours a malbec for Cheryl Sentivan. Gary Papp, owner of the Essential Chef, shares a salmon tartare on a cucumber. Mike South left, joins Susan and Jack Riddle for an afternoon ( wine tasting and appetizer noshing. ) more photos: - View