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36- CAPE GAZETTe, lrtday, May 2- May8 1997 Beebe Medical Center joins Evenflo in celebrating Mother's Day On Mother's Day, the first woman to give birth at Beebe Medical Center in Lewes will become the Delaware winner in the Evenflo Mother's Day sweep- stakes. Sponsored by the Evenflo Com- pany, Inc., a leading manufacturer of high-quality infant and juvenile products, the sweepstakes is being conducted in 100 leading hospital maternity wards in the United States, Puerto Rico, Canada and Mexico. As part of the program, the first mom to give birth on Mother's Day at Beebe Medical Center, as well as in the other 99 hospitals, will receive an Evenflo gift pack- age, including a Sportcarrier Gift Set, a Happy Camper Bassinet, Portable Play Yard, an array of Evenflo feeding products (consist- ing of bibs, pacifiers, nursers, teethers, etc.) as well as a Fuji "Quick Snap" camera. Each of these 100 mothers will then be entered into a random drawing for a chance to receive the $50,000 scholarship for their new child. These moms, as well as every mother who derivers on Mother's Day at each participating hospital, also will have the opportunity to become one of five regional Grand Prize winners. Each of the five regional Grand Prize Packages (one each will be awarded for the Atlantic, Eastern, Central, Mountain and Pacific regions) includes a $1,000 savings bond; a 75-second shopping spree at a local Toys 'R" Us (capped at $I000); a "makeover" at a high fashion beauty salon; and an Blood sugar tests offered Wednesdays Beebe Medical Center, with the American Diabetes Association, provides free blood glucose test- ing by finger stick each Wednes- day from 1 to 3 p.m. at Beebe Mecical Center. Call 645+3568 to make an appointment. Evenflo gift package, including an On My Way Travel Systemr Stroller, an Exersaucer Baby Play Gym; a Phases Multi-Use High Chair; a Hike 'n Roll Frame Carri- er with wheels, a Right Fit Boost- er Car Seat and an assortment of Evenflo feeding products valued at approximately $300. "We are pleased to be ableto help moms throughout the United States, Puerto Rico, Canada and Mexico celebrate the birth of their new baby," said George Harris, president of Evenflo Company, Inc. "And, with the increase in the number of participating hospitals and also in the types of prize pack- ag offered this year, Evenflo can positively impact more families than ever before," he said. Zwaanendael Club awards scholarship + m The Zwaanendael Club of Lewes annually awards a scholar- b]lp to the Beebe School of Nursing fremhman student with the highest academic average. This year's repient was Car- ole Robinson of Lewes. Zwaanendael Club Educational Chairperson, Judy Schulze. presented the award to Robinson during the club's Tuesday, April 15 meeting. The Zwaanendael Club recognized April as Health Education Month with a pre- sentation by Andrejs Strauss, M.D, medical d/rector of radia. tion oneology, Tunnell Cancer Canter. Strauss spoke about the services provided at the center as well as the convenience for local residents to be able to receive comprehensive treat. ment in Sussex County. For more information about the Zwaanendael Club and its activities, address mail to P.O. Box 100, Lewes DE 19959. For more information about the Beebo School of Nursing, call 645- 3251. Shown at the scholarship presentation (l-r) are Judy Schulze, chairwoman of the educational committee; Robin. son, first year Beebe School of Nursing student; Connie Bushey, Beebe School of Nursing director and Strauss. and other interested parties will meet Monday, May 12 at 4:30 p.m. in Beebe Medical Center's Cardiac Rehabilitation Depart- ment. The program is sponsored by the American Heart Association and Beebe Medical Center. For more information, call 645-3514. CPR recertification class set for May 8 A CPR recertification course is offered at Beebe Medical Center from 9 to noon, in the second floor education room. There is a $25 fee and the pro- gram is available for those cur- rently certified in cardio-pui- monary resuscitation. Call 645- 3248 to register. 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