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60 FRIDAY, APRIL 28 - MONDAY, MAY 1, 2017 CAPE LIFE Cape Gazette SUSSEX FAMILY YMCA HOLDS CAMPAIGN BRUNCH STEVEN BILLUPS PHOTOS THE SUSSEX FAMILY YMCA held its inaugural Campaign Brunch April 23 at Baywood Greens, Long Neck. Keynote speaker for the event was Haley Scott- DeMaria, an author and mother who told the story of a bus crash with her Notre Dame swim team where she broke her back and how swimming helped her heal. Scott-DeMaria also spoke about the life lessons learned in the swim- ming community. The title of her book is “What Though the Odds,” a phrase from the Notre Dame Victory March. The campaign will raise funds for fami- lies and individuals who need the YMCA services.   Standing next to a campaign sign are Sussex Family YMCA Executive Direc- tor Lauri Weeks, left, and keynote speaker and author Haley Scott-DeMaria. The organizing conmmittee for the Campaign Brunch includes (l-r) Wendy Jacobs, Marilyn Andrulis, Lydia Schmierer and Dinah Reath. SUBMITTED PHOTO THE FRIENDS OF Cape Henlopen State Park thank the event volunteers, the bakers, those who donated items for the sale and the public who at- tended their fundraiser on a gorgeous day in the park. Raffle winners Reg and Janice Malley, new Delaware residents of Ocean View, are excited to be able to hang the Delaware piece of art in their new home. Shown are (l-r) Reg and Janice Malley with the Delaware painting they won in a raffle from Friends of Cape Henlopen State Park. ART RAFFLE WINNERS ANNOUNCED