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Par 3 golf tournament to benefit Boy Scout Troop 2540 set June 2 Boy Scout Troop 2540 will host a Par 3 golf tournament fundraiser at 5 p.m., Friday, June 2, at Midway Par 3 Golf Course in Lewes. Teams will be in groups of five. Cost for each golfer is $50 and includes club rentals, and gifts and prizes donated by local merchants. Hot dogs and ham- burgers will be available. The eventwilltakeplacerainorshine. The course is player friendly for everyone including those who have never golfed before. Golf- ers are asked to arrive between 4:30 and 4:45 p.m. Troop 2540 has over 20 active Boy Scouts from the Lewes, Rehoboth and Milton areas. The troop is chartered by Cape Henlopen Elks Lodge 2540. Meetings are held at 7 p.m., Mondays, September to May, at the Lewes School on Savannah Road. This year’s camping ven- ues have included Annapolis, Md.; Assateague, Va.; New York City; and a hike on the Appala- chian Trail. For information on golfing or hole sponsorships, contact Rick Jones by email at or Assistant Scoutmaster Steve Brown at Design Services Available Spring Starts Here! The Showhouse at First & Baltimore is full of Excitement and Color for 2017. Stop in for the Fresh Look of J. Conn Scott. 35,000 sq.ft. Showroom 6 East Church Street Selbyville DE 19975 302-436-8205 J. Conn Scott Showhouse 27 Baltimore Avenue Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971 302-227-3780 Since 1924 Fine Furniture 1608 Savannah Rd. • Lewes, DE SYN–BLEND OIL CHANGE from $ 19 99 with FREE TIRE ROTATION FRONT AND REAR BRAKES STARTING AT $ 8999 CHECK ENGINE LIGHT ON? DIAGNOSTIC SCAN FOR FREE MAJOR & MINOR REPAIRS ON ALL MAKES AND MODELS IN-HOUSE FINANCING AVAILABLE - CALL US 302-645-5999 Cape Gazette CAPE LIFE FRIDAY, APRIL 28 - MONDAY, MAY 1, 2017 65 SUBMITTED PHOTO MEMBERS OF UNICO-Delaware District 1 are planning a second annu- al Cooley’s Anemia Awareness Symposium and Walk-a-thon, beginning with a lunch at 11 a.m., Saturday, May 6, at St. Edmond Education Cen- ter on King Charles Avenue in Reboboth Beach. Cooley's Anemia (thal- assemia) is an inherited genetic blood disease that results in failure to produce sufficient hemoglobin, the oxygen-carrying component of blood cells. The program will begin with a medical explanation of this illness by Joan Borask,i RN, and Nicole Meringolo, RN, members of local UNICO chapters. Ralph Colasanti, a representative from the nonprofit National Thalassemia Foundation and a Cooley's Anemia victim, will speak about current research and achievement in treatments. With the luncheon and walk on the Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk, UNICO members seek to make the public aware of the great need for financial aid for this pro- gram. Bone marrow transplants and gene therapy procedures, while still experimental, suggest that a cure for thalassemia may one day be per- fected. Cost to attend is $25 per person, all of which goes to the Thalassemia Foundation. Sponsors or groups donating $100 or more will receive spe- cial recognition. For more information or to register, email unicodelawaredistrict1@, or call 302-226-0620. UNICO members shown are in back (l-r) George Meringolo, program chair; Ed Mason; and Veronica Dannerhoj. In front are Pat and Victor Basili. UNICO PLANS WALK FOR COOLEY'S ANEMIA FREE CLASS • • H 20268 Plantations Road, Lewes, DE • 302.313.9990 Learn how Essential Oils can promote a healthier response to stress, relieve lack of sleep and increase overall well-being. Thursday, May 11 • 7 p.m. at The Lewes Wellness Center 20268 Plantations Road, Lewes RSVP: 302-313-9990