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26- CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, April 18- April 24, 1997 Moore weds "Capt. Speed" Lackhove Capt. Harry "Speed" Lackhove, of Lewes, and E. Denise Moore, formerly of Milford, were married on March 5 in Key Colony Beach, FI& The wedding was attended by a few close friends, and the reception was held at Gallagher's Little Gourmet Restaurant in Grassy Key. Welling-Barrows banns announced Jennifer Lymm Welling and Brian Kirkpatrick Barrows were married October 12, 1996 in Westminster Presbyterian Church, Rehoboth Beach. Their parents are William James Welling of Rhinebeck, NY; JeAnne M. Welling of Danbury, CT; and Mr. and Mr Renald Barrows of Rehoboth Beach. The bride, a graduate of Carmel High School and the Uni- versity of Delaware, works for Conectiv Communications, Inc., a Delmarva Power company. A graduate of Cape Hen- lopen High School and the University of Delaware, the groom is a golf professional in Wilmington. The couple lives in Newark. Selections from... BROWN JORDAN LLOYD FLANDERS WOODARD TROPITONE Conference Continued from page 24 homeless individuals. The workshops offered at the conference included a discussion of AIDS, presented by a panel of people close to the disease; "Re- covery from Homelessness," which provided an overview of Friendship House's Six-Stage Empowerment Program; "Welfare Reform," with an explanation of the Delaware Welfare Reform Act and how it will impact on church- es; "Prison Ministry," which dis- cussed an alternative to restorative justice; and "Tell Congress Hunger Has a Cure," which fo- cused on ways participants can become national advocates for the hungry. Other workshops were "Hispan- ic Ministry," which discussed the growing Hispanic population and how the needs and gifts of the His- panic community can be assimi- lated into our society and "The Seamless Garment," which fo- cused on 'weaving a culture of life,' by discussions on abortion, assisted suicide and capital pun- ishment and how those topics re- late to the Church's Consistent Life Ethic. Also featured were discussions of church based organizing, the spirituality of social justice, the environment and the spirituality of charity. The conference ended with a re- ception and the opportunity for participants to meet with Saltarelli and with each other. Locally, St. Edmond/St. Jude Roman Catholic Church is plan- ning a Social Justice ministry which will begin in September. Those who would like more infor- mation may call 227-4550. 00Vo!u.nt b'd eer tr rescue training set for Lewes On Sunday, April 27' from noon treatment. to 4 p.m., Tri-State Bird Rescue, a This four-hour workshop is de- non-profit, licensed wildlife reha- signed to provide participants bilitation organization based in with an overview of Tri-State's Newark, will conduct a training work, and introduction to wild session at the Seaside Nature Cen- bird rehabilitation, and the train- ter at Cape Henlopen State Park. ing required to join their down- Many native birds are under fire state team. from the combined pressures of worldwide development, chang- ing agricultural practices and a habitat degradation. Tri-State pro- vides care for approximately 3,000 oiled, injured or orphaned wild birds each year. Many of the birds from Sussex and Kent coun- ties are given emergency care from a specially trained group of downstate volunteers, who then transport the birds to Tri-State for Emergency medical care, tem- porary diets, overnight housing and transportation techniques will be covered. Participants will be expected to regularly assist with the retrieval, care and transport of injured and orphaned birds to the clinic. A $5 donation will cover the cost of workshop materials. For more information, call Jay Banm- gardner at 945-2025. Animal kindness week in Dover May 4-10 The Dover SPCA will hold an open house from May 4 to May 10 at their location on Horsepond Road. The week of activities will begin with the Blessing of Animals at 2 p.m. on Sunday, May 4. On Saturday, there will be a health fair from noon to 4 p.m. covering topics such as maintaining your pet's good health, obedience training, grooming tips and a demonstration of dogs in police work. For more information, call the SPCA at (302) 734- 7029. Hello, world! Cameron Reed Nowakows- ki was born March 4, 1997, to Thad and Marybeth Nowakowski. The proud grandparents are Ted and Barb; great-grandparents are Ted and Janet Nowakowski and Fay Whyte. Thad was a 1988 graduate of Cape Henlopen High School, and completed his studies at LaSalle University in Philadelphia where he met his wife, Marybeth. They Hve in Catonsville, MD where Thad is an institutional health care representative for Pfizer Pharmaceuticals and Marybeth is an associate producer at Magnet Interac- tive, a software and internet design firm. Home & Gardc - at J. Conn Scott, ]inc. J.C-.S00