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FRIDAY, APRIL 11 - MONDAY, APRIL 14, 2014 CAPE LIFE Cape Gazette Training tlps for you I recently spoke to a group of residents in the Indepen- dence community about re- tirement and healthy living, and I was wowed by the community center, which has an indoor pool, game rooms, a gym and a bar with cozy couches next to a fireplace. Resident Dick says, "The amenities ... provide the matrix for a pretty active social and activity menu, and the best part is the people who are our neighbors have become wonderful friends. We have all experienced some degree of dis- location in moving here - from former homes, from jobs, from family and friends - the commu- nity provides much support as a surrogate extended family if you want/need that." So if you are planning to relocate, think beyond choosing a builder and a floor plan. The neighbors I met truly enjoy spending time together, whether playing cards, exercising or talking. Reader Karen thought maybe I would think she was silly, but she wanted to share her feel- ings about putting away holiday d6cor, which I mntioned in January&apos;s column. To thwart the blues, she saves one holi- day decoration to place in her bedroom to remind her of the Briefly )) Auxiliaries to sponsor Flapjack Fundraiser Lewes and Rehoboth Beach Fire Department auxiliaries will be hosting a joint Flapjack Fund- raiser from 8 to 10 a.m., Saturday, April 12. Members of both organizations will be present at Applebee's Neighborhood Grill & Bar, 36501 Seaside Outlet Blvd., Rehoboth Beach. Children's fire helmets and coloring books as well as fire prevention literature will be complimentary, and fire trucks from both departments will be present. Adults' and children's T-shirts as well as auxiliary cookbooks will be available for purchase. For tickets, call Marcia Es- posito of the Lewes Auxiliary at 302-329-9396, email LFDAux@ gmail.com or Katy Catts of the Rehoboth Beach Auxiliary at 302- 841-0353, ktcatts@comcast.net. Tickets are also available at Lewes Fire Station 1 and Re- hoboth Beach Fire Station 1. season, and that way she doesn't feel sad when all the excitement is over. Karen decorates a small tree with snowflakes which are later replaced with colorful Easter eggs. I have this same disease. My husband says the Easter rabbits are propagating. My daughter says I decorate for every season except Ground- hog Day. I can't fred a stuffed groundhog. Thank you Karen for shar- ing whatever strategy helps lift your spirits. Avoiding the news on television is also helpful. Do you know "The Dog Whisper- er" comes on at 7 a.m.? I drink my coffee and watch Gracie eat Ray's hand for breakfast. Based on several conversa- tions, it appears that many people have tables without chairs tucked properly under- neath as I mentioned in last week's column. One person who shall remain nameless wrote to me about the enormity of crumbs around her partner's recliner and wanted to know my solution, torrow my puppy, please, In my book, "Dog Training in lO Minutes" by Carol Lea Benjamin, on page 47 it says: "If your dog scarfs up chicken bones in the street, 'Leave it' is off tnsta00 We Measure We Install the command you need. It's se- rious and said with a deep tone of voice. Pardon me, Miss Carol, but what if the dog devours flattened frog legs before I utter my first syllable? What if we all used a deep voice to train our spouses? <deep voice> Honey, here is the vacuum cleaner. This is a dishrag. It is supposed to be wrung out before use. Share your advice for a happy retirement life at Igraff1979@capegazette,com, CURTIS J. LECIEJEWSKI D.D.S., M.A.G.D. MICHAEL D. KELLER D.M.D. Accepting New Patients Emergencies Welcome (302) 226-7960