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18 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, May 5 - May 11, 1995 Awards non00r volunteers Continued from page 16 DeVries' volunteer work at Beebe Medical Center over the past six years is extensive. She has volunteered her time as a valet parking attendant, in medical records, in dietary and in the x-ray department. "The Governor's Award is the tops of all awards. To have the Governor recognize you for doing what you love to do is very spe- cial. It makes you feel really im- portant," said DeVries. Volunteer Staffing Coordinator at Beebe Medical Center, Edna Woodhall, says DeVries and all of the hospital volunteers are worthy of the recognition. "Whenever I have a special pro- ject that comes up, Mary always finds the time in her busy sched- ule to help. She is such an un- selfish person and loves helping others. The hospital could not get along without our volunteers," said Woodhall. Aside from the time given to the Funtastic Clowns and Beebe, De Vries is also a volunteer with READ-ALOUD Delaware, Head Start, Very Special Arts, Beach Clean Up Program, the Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary, the Cape Henlopen Senior Center, the Zwaanendael Club, the Lioness Club, the American Red Cross, CHEER, the Telephone Pioneers, Harbor Health Care, Lewes Con- valescent Center, Huling Cove, the Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary, Adopt-a-Highway and the St. Jude's and St. Edmond's congregation. Sherry Swartzel, a sophomore at Cape Henlopen High School, was also a winner at the Gover- nor's Awards. Nominated by Beebe Medical Center President Jeffrey Fried, Swartzel was hon- ored for her work in the Critical Care Stepdown Unit and the pharmacy at Beebe. She does clerical work, transports patients, talks with patients and picks up medications and much more. "I have never met a teenager who is devoted to so many activi- "The Inn That Was IN Before Inns Were In" Richardson Brothers and TellCity Oak Dining Room Suites Reduced 50 /0 for clearance. b Sale price on special orders, also Casual Elegance and Off Season Serenity All Year Long THE CORNER CUPBOARD INN 50 PARK AVENUE REHOBOTH BEACH, DE 19971 TELEPHONE 302-227-11553 ties: hospital volunteer, sports, honor roll student, babysitter and band member. Sherry is a very hardworking, dependable, com- passionate and caring in- dividual," says Kathryn Cleaver, RN at Beebe. "I just love helping peo- ple and I al- ways have. SWARTZEL The staff at Beebe is very caring and support- ive and willing to teach me new things." I am very honored," said Swartzel. Sussex County Senior Services, Inc. (CHEER) was also honored at the awards ceremony. Nearly 500 people serve as CHEER volunteers, delivering meals, transporting seniors to medical appointments, perform with CHEER-a-PET, dress as clowns and operate a friend pro- gram 11 senior centers throughout Sussex County. "I'm so pleased that our volun- teers have been chosen and recog- nized for their hard work. With- out the generous donation of their time, many of the services we pro- vide would be either drastically reduced or stopped completely. Gov. Carper's support of CHEER's volunteers and the at- tention he gives us makes it that much easier to get our message out. We are very grateful to the Governor for that," said Arlene Littleton, executive director of CHEER. Richard Hudson photo Milton Lions host Congressman Mike Castle Congressman Mike Castle was the guest speaker at the Milton Lions Club meeting on April 24 at Goshen Hall in Milton. Castle spoke on the first I00 days and answered questions from the 48 Lions and guests. Seen here, from left to right, are Congressman Castle; Brenda Coverdale, new Lions member receiving her certificate of membership; Diane Lockwood, sponsor, and William Fisher, president of the Milton Lions Club. Oak Creek Furniture also known as Coolspring Fumiture Rt. 9, Coolspring 302-684-0661 We will be closed Fd. & Sat., 4/28 & 4/29 Molt. - Fri. 10-5. Sat. 104. Sun. 12-4 Free Delivery Factory Direct to attend North Carolina Furniture Show.