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TORN SCREENS? Yes, we can fix that! 302-515-4708 screen.scott@gmail.com SCREENS BY SCOTT On-site Screen Repair/Replacement Windows, Doors and Patios Cape Gazette BUSINESS & REAL ESTATE FRIDAY, APRIL 28 - MONDAY, MAY 1, 2017 51 SUBMITTED PHOTO NICK LAMBROW, regional president of M&T Bank, presented a $75,000 expansion campaign gift to Tommy Cooper, board chairman of the Bee- be Medical Foundation. Cooper said, "I am honored on behalf of the Bee- be Medical Foundation to accept this most generous and appreciated gift. M&T Bank, through its charitable foundation, has always been very supportive of Beebe fundraising events and campaigns. Our relationship with Nick, his staff and M&T Bank is highly valued by us." Shown are in back (l-r) Paul Pernice, chief financial officer of Beebe Healthcare, and Tom Protack, vice president of development for Beebe Medical Foundation. In the middle are Dan Urgo, vice president of Wilm- ington Trust Wealth Advisory, and Mike Gast, vice president of M&T Commercial Banking. In front are Tommy Cooper, Beebe Medical Foun- dation Board chairman; Judy Aliquo, Beebe Medical Foundation pres- ident and CEO; Jeffrey M. Fried, FACHE, president and CEO of Beebe Healthcare; and Nick Lambrow, regional president of M&T Bank. M&T BANK DONATES $75,000 TO BEEBE EXPANSION CAMPAIGN A free class is being offered to the public from 6 to 7 p.m., Monday, May 1, at Georgetown Public Library, 123 W. Pine St. The class covers financial and legal planning for care needs during retirement and how to prepare for the future. It will help attendees under- stand how to plan for care needs and offer suggestions on how to optimize care in the future for oneself and loved ones. Everyone should be aware of their options and how to consult with their attorney to plan an appropriate strategy for future care to deal with any problems that may arise. Sponsor Delaware Money School provides experienced and well-qualified instructor Deirdre O'Shea McCartney, Esq. Hav- ing written, spoken and taught on the subject many times, she breaks down a complex subject into simple, understandable lay- man's terms. The Money School is the signature program of the nonprofit Delaware Financial Literacy Institute. To register, go to www.dfli.org. Aging in place care workshop set for May 1