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T Downstate Fair Housing F The Delaware Community Reinvestment Action Council Inc. is holding the sixth annual Fair Housing Forum in Kent and New Castle counties. In Sussex County, in partner- ship with the Fair Housing Task Force, the first annual Conference on Disability will be launched. The events will be held from 6 to 8 p.m., Tuesday, April 22, at the Howard High School of Technology in Wilmington; from 6 to 8 p.m., Wednesday, April 23, at NCALL Reseamh in Dover; and from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Wednesday, April 30, at Delaware Technical & Community College in Georgetown. Guests are encouraged to regis- ter for these free events by calling 877-825-0750. Rashmi Rangan, executive director of the Delaware Community Reinvestment Action Council (DCRAC), said, "Our goal is to raise awareness of fair housing issues and bring focus to impediments of the Fair Housing Act. "During our events last year, many cutting-edge fair housing issues were brought to our atten- tion. We have an obligation to respond. These forums are designed to continue that dia- logue." Wanda Nieves, Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity, Region III director, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), said, "Catered to a broad audience that includes builders, realtors, disabled constituents, Submittt photo Ladies Tea Society enjoys outing Ladies' Tea Society members recently enjoyed a new expe- rience, a Tea Weekend featuring two delightful days devoted to the pleasures of tea and all its accoutrements. The ladies reveled in a delightful Afternoon Tea on March 29, at one of their favorite places, the Boardwalk Plaza Hotel in Rehoboth Beach. Karen Zacharian from the hotel present- ed those staying as guests with lovely Victorian copies of their room keycards with "Ladies Tea Society" printed on them. Duchess of Norfolk Ladies attending included Evelyn Bunting, Carol Orr, Pat Sandy, Ginger Snowden and Joan Wallace. Duchess of Bedford Ladies were Grand Duchess Elaine Bunting, Grand Duchess Pat D'Amario and Sandee Carlson, Cindy Ottewell, Carol Vail, Sue Shuler and guest Cathy Rutherford. The second day of this Tea Weekend involved a Breakfast Tea at Grand Duchess Pat D'Amario's Rehoboth Beach home. She served mimosas and sherry, three varieties of homemade scones, a breakfast casserole, fresh fruit, crumpets, various jellies and lemon curd. Everyone agreed a future Tea Weekend is definitely in order. ! =You are Beautiful !" he said, as his hands slid over my cunmd (orm and his fingers sofUy longed bueJes o, my s'np. Whe, S prmsed COil andsaid, 'ILOVEYOU' I I I lawmakers and anyon in preserving the intel housing laws, we are support and participal forums each year. Bo and Human Commission are strong HUD's efforts to a everyone knows that is the law, not an optio Recent studies have violations of the Fair as it relates to the dis tected class are amor prevalent throughout Delaware. Juana CAPE GAZETEE- Tuesday, April 15- Thursday, April 17,2008- 17 orum slated April 22 ., interested rity of fair excited to e in these h DCRAC Relations partners in ssure that fir housing shown that lousing Act bility-pro- the most he state of Fuentes- Bowles, executive director of the Division of Human Relations Commission for the state of Delaware and board member for DCRAC, said, "It is incumbent upon us to ensure that all Delawareans enjoy access to fair and accessible housing. Since 1961, the state Human Relations Commission has been protecting the rights of Delaware citizens in regards to discriminatory prac- tices. It is our hope that through education and outreach, we can inform consumers about the laws that protect them from discrimina- tion and about resources available to them for reporting such viola- tions. As always, we must be the change that we wish to see." 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