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Bob Evan's kids meals support troops' families To celebrate its 50th anniver- saw, Bob Evans Farms has chosen to give a gift to the families of U.S. military troops. Bob Evans Restaurants across the country on April 24 donated 50 cents for each kids' meal sold, to the American Red Cross Armed Forces Emer- gency Services (AFES) to support military families across the coun- try. "Bob Evans Farms is synony- mous with family; we're a family founded business serving families for 50 years," said Bob Evans chairman of the board and chief executive officer Stewart Owens. "While we realize that often birthdays and anniversaries are celebrated by receiving gifts and throwing parties, it seemed more appropriate to us to spend our re- sources supporting U.S. troops and their families." The Red Cross AFES works with military aid societies, includ- ing Army Emergency Relief, Navy Marine Corps Society, Air Force Aid Society and Coast Guard Mutual Assistance. These organizations provide financial assistance for emergency travel, food, temporary lodging, urgent medical needs, help to avoid evic- tion and utility shut off and other necessities to service members and their families as well as re- tired military personnel and wid- ows of retired military personnel. "Though we hope that much of the combat in Iraq is ending, we realize that American military Nascio elects Jarrett as chief NASCIO's executive commit- tee recently nominated and elect- ed Tom Jarrett, chief information officer for the state of Delaware, to serve as its vice president for the 2002-03 program year. Jarrett replaces Harry Lanphear, who r6" cently vacated the post upon his departure as the CIO for the state of Maine. "Tom's exceptional background will be a valuable asset to the vice presidency role at NASCIO," said NASCIO president and Missouri (210 Gerry Wethington. "I am ex- tremely pleased that Tom has ac- cepted the executive committee's nomination. His vision and lead- ership will contribute greatly to the association's mission." As part of sweeping reforms in how the state manages inform- talon technology services, Gov. Ruth Ann Miuner asked Jarrett to become the state's fwst CIO, head- ing up the new Department of Technology and Information, in September 2001. She'has defined the role of the Chief Information Officer (CIO) to a cabinet-level position and Jar- rett has the broad authority that can be found in the private sector to insure that technology is de- ployed on time, on budget and meets the needs of state agencies serving Delaware citizens. Since Jarrett's appointment as Delaware's CIO, he has been a dedicated and active member in the association. "I am very excited about be- coming the new vice president of NASCIO and look forward to Bayhealth launches online gift shop The Bayhe.alth Medical Center-Milford Memorial Hospital recently launched an online gift shop where customers may purchase gifts for hospitalizLfxi.'.'ends or family. The Reflections gift shop at www.bayhealth.org offers select flower arrangements, balloons and colletibles for secure online purchase us- ing VISA or MasterCard. Bayhealth's online shop is a Verisign secure site, so customers' transactions and personal information are kept com- pletely secure. All orders include a gift card with a personal message. Orders must be placed before noon for same-day delivery. Orders received after noon will be delivered by4 p.m..the following day. Deliveries will be made from Monday through Friday only. For more information, visit www.bayhealth.org or call 430-5622. Del Tech offers 'Education to Go' Online classes from Delaware Technical & Community College, Owens campus, allow students to set their own study schedule are geared toward working parents, people with disabilities, night workers, and those who live in re- mote areas. Six-week courses teach every- thing from customer service and project management, PC trou- bleshooting, and internet use to web publishing and program- ruing, Microsoft Office applica- tions, Quicken and QnickBooks, and more. Students can also learn how to navigate their Palm Pilot for opti- information officer working to enhance the already excellent reputation that NASCIO has as it advocates on behalf of the states' CIOs," said Jarrett. In addition to filling his new role as vice president, Jarrett cur- rently serves as chair of NASCIO's Strategic IT Business and Services Committee. NASCIO represents the state chief information officers from the 50 states, six U.S. territories and the District of Columbia. Members include cabinet and sen- ior level state officials responsible for information resource manage- ment. Other information technology officials participate as associate members and private sector repre- sentatives may become corporate members. For more information, call NASCIO Programs and Commu- nications Coordinator Beth Rosz- man at 859-514-9167. Lessons and assignments are de- livered by email twice a week; in most classes, students can also ac- cess interactive demonstrations and bulletin boards on the world- wide web. Tutorials, discussion groups, and questions to the instructor all take place via the interact. A free demo course is available for anyone who would like to know more about internet-based study. The next spring session will be- gin on March 12; several six- week sessions will be offered throughout the semester. For information about the ori- troops will remain away from home for an extended period of time as peace and order is re- stored," said Owens. "We feel they and their families need this assistance now more than ever, and we're proud to recognize our 50th year in business by joining in this important cause." He added that customers and others who wish to make a dona- tion to the fund may do so by call- ing 800-HELP-NOW (800-435- 7669), by completing an online donation form at www.re, dcross.- org or by mailing a check to the American Red Cross, P.O. Box 91820, Washington, D.C. 20090. Funds may be specifically direct- ed by the donor to the Armed Forces Emergency Services Fund. Bob Evans Farms Inc. owns and operates full-service, family restaurants in 22 states. Bob Evans Restaurants are located in the Midwest, Mid-Atlantic and Southeast regions of the United States, while Owens Restaurants operate in Texas. For more information about Bob Evans Farms Inc., visit its website at www.bobevans.com. I:L Carpenlry. 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