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nmmm pack photo Celebrating the generosity of volunteers, residents and friends of Harbor Healtheare Center MAY SPECIALS came together last week for the Annual Volunteer RecogniUon Tea. The honored guests in- cluded fir) Ruth Lloyd, Rose Glodek, Gwynoth Meyer (resident volunteer), Esther Lafferty and the Very Rev. John W. Gains. Harbor Healthcare honors volunteers By Rosanne Pack The staff of Harbor Healthcare Center recently honored their community helpers with the An- nual Volunteer Recognition Tea. More them 50 volunteers, includ- ing resident volunteers, were treated to refreshinents and gifts at the event. Those who were honored come from a variety of segments of the Cape community. Many volunteer through their churches or other or- ganizations. The jobs that they perform in the center are just as varied. Some volunteer for on-going activities in the Center, such as helping run bingo games and pro- viding extra hands to help with crafts. Some go along on outings for the residents, and others find time to give one-on-one time to someone who might not have many visitors. Olive Ward, activities director, said that volunteers often read to Harbor Healthcare residents, and some write letters for those who might have some physical diffi- culty in completing their own cor- respondence. Many individuals were recog- nized at the tea, and some groups, the Bill Earl's Men's Community Chorus, were hon- ored as a gronp. "Some of our volunteers do pro- vide entertainment, while others donate time to help with hands-on projects with or for residents 7 Ward said. "We also have some residents who volunteer within our center and go out into the community as well to perform a variety of volun- teer services." Ward said that the center is for- tunate to have such a dedicated group of volunteers, many of whom have given of their services for several years. ''Without them, we could not do what we do," she said. 'Their ef- forts mean so milch to our resi- dents and our staff." At the recognition tea, volun- teers were presented with pins, corsages and blooming plants. However, as Ward pointed out, the feeling of being appreciated is probably the most meaningfifl re- ward for helping others. CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, May 2- May 8, 1997 - 27 Rehoboth Library slates book sale. for May 17 The Rehoboth Beach Public Li- benefit the Rehoboth Beach Pub- brary will hold its bi-annual book sale Saturday, May 17 from 9:30 to 2:30 in the adjacent Reading Garden. • Items for sale include t-shirts, sweatshirts, bookbags and a wide range of subjects in hardback and paperback books, magazines, au- diocassettes, videocassettes and miscellaneous materials. Individuals who would like to donate items for the sale should contact the library to drop off do- nations one week prior to the sale. All proceeds from the sale will lic Library Building Fund. In addition to the normal sale, the library will also be holding a display and silent auction inside the library on first editions, and old, rare and valuable collections. Book dealers and collectors are welcome. Only cash and checks will be taken at the sale; credit cards will not be accepted. For more information, or to make a donation, call the library at 227-8044 during normal business hours. CARIBBEAN CRUISES BERMUDA CANCUN PUERTO VALLARTA ham m pmm b=m oa ==vaw. Tees se addi6mM 7 nights from $599 3 nights from $398 7 nights from $508 7 nights from $598 0 C E A N R A V E L 4377 mghway One gehoboth kach 227-1607 00CCo Seaside untry Store • Dept. 56 • PenDelfin Family • Daddy's Long Legs • Byers' Choice Carolers • Santa's Crystal Valley • Tom Clark Gnomes • Cat's Meow Village • Lizzie High Dolls • Afghans • Quilts & Rugs • Halloween Corner • Pottery & Glassware • Silk & Dried Flowers • Christmas Shop • Heritage lace • Bath Shop "The Most Unusual Store on theShore Lewes man takes chess championship David E. William& (right) a res/dent of Lewes, and Kenneth Kennedy, professor of mathematics at the University of Ari. zona, hold their trophies as winners, respectively, of the Northeastern and Southwestern chess championships. The che matches, held at the University of Arizona in Tuc- son, eliminated six other players of the two four-man teams of chess masters who competed in the semi-finalL Williams and Kennedy will now go on to challenge the Southeastern and Northwestern champions aL the finals which will be held in Oregon later this year. w." _..-__:-. ...... ...-.... . ... . .. - Freshly Made Fudge Gourmet Foods Unique Antiques & Exceptional & Cheeses Clothing Collectibles Gifts Open Daffy Ocean Highway Fenwick Island, DE 19944 (302) 539-6110 NO SALES TAX