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60 -C'E  ' Friday, May 2 -'May  DCUSA cuts ribbon on a new facility to serve the Cape Region community He speaks of faith in concrete terms and offers an $500,000 Access Training and Outreach Center is lo- amen after many of his sentences, regardless of e eated behi the i!lphi. "a Pentecostal Church. subject matter. During a sermon inNew York City !   two-story faaitity hoffseS DCUSA'soffices and he says he heard God's voice commanding him to classrooms. " i come to Ellendale. "When yousee the fire in thek hearts and the re- "The  told me to feed the hungry and clothe suits of their actions, you have to help them," said the naked;" Bishop Foster said. He came to Ellen- dale in 1974. "I had ver seen an area so poor in my life and still be in the United States." The 2000 Census lists a third of the households in Ellendale with incomes less than$24,999. Bishop: ster's community-oriented ideals led to the formation of Delaware Clergy United in Social Action (DCUSA) in 1986, headquartered at the Philadelphia Pentecostal Church in Ellendale, where Foster prei'des. DCUSA's presence includes GED classes, English as a Seco Language classes, Soup Kitchen, Shelter Home, g Treatment facility and computer literacy classes, i;  .... : i Bisho'i!,:i  s of many corpo- Roger Pryor, Discover Bank vice president and Com- munity Reinvestment Act executor. Pryor gave the keynote address at the ribbon-cutting ceremony. 'Fhey have served families from Smyrna to Salis- bury," be said, "and they've never lost sight of their basic mission, working hand in hand with the com- munity." With the new facility, DCUSA will be able to coor- dinate programs more effectively. DCUSA's future programs include building 14 townhouses for low- income families and working to help people in transi- tion stages from rehab centers or prison build pro- ductive lives. "You can talk about what people don't have,,' Fos- ter said. "It's when dosomething about it that it matters." :  i  , " " Advertise in over I O0 nevspapers l'or onl) 875! Progr00 on Archaeology of USS Monitor to be presented at Lewes library May 14 John Broadwater, manager of the Monitor National Marine Sanctuary, and Curtiss Peterson, Conservator of The Mariner's Museum, will be presenting Ar- chaeology of the USS Monitor at the Lewes Public Library as part of Delaware Archaeology Month. This program, sponsored by the Pilots Association of the River and Bay Delaware, the Delaware River and Bay Authority, and the Lewes Public Library, will be held at 7 p.m., Wednesday, May 14. Every schoolchild learns the story of the Civil War warship, the USS Monitor. This famous ship sank in a storm off Cape Hatteras on Dec. 31, 1862. The wreck went undiscovered until divers found it in 1973. Archaeologists and con- servators from National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administrations (NOAA) and The Mariner's Mu- scum have recovered a wide array of artifacts from the USS Monitor that range from clothing to cannon parts after digging through more than four feet of 140-year-old silt. Join John Broadwater and Curtiss Peterson as they discuss the ar- chaeology of the USS Monitor. In May 1998, Delaware cele- brated its first Archaeology Week in association with Delaware and National Preservation Week. There was so much interest in ar- chaeology the program has ex- panded into a month long event. Numerous activities are planned throughout Delaware during the month of May. Visit the Delaware Archaeology Month website at www.delaw& for more information about the events. For more information, call the library at 645-4633. 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