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Cape Gazette CAPE LIFE FRIDAY, MAY 29 - MONDAY, JUNE 1, 2015 67 in Sussex County Habitat' en Build Week was he 2-9, supporting Habitat: manity's National Wome Week. This program is oped in partnership with More than 50 Sussex volunteers came out to three partner family hc Ellendale. Over 400 hours of vc and feeling good about yourself," Build Week, including $5,000 Wom- service were put into the Women "YOU ARE ABLE TO GWE BACKsays Sussex Habitat events coor- store gift cards to 300 Habitat for l May Build week and, while it did not ,r Hu-discourage men from building, iN A WAY THAT YOO CAN dinator Michele O'Donnell. Humanity affiliates, as part of a Build it encouraged women to feel TANGIBLY SEE." Lowe's helped launch National new five-year partnership with evel-powerful, pick up a new skill and Women Build Week in 2008 and Habitat that will bring Lowe's ,owe's. be fearless. - MICHELE O'DONNELL each year provides the support total contributions to more than :ounty"To any locals who have never of Lowe's Heroes and conducts $63 million since 2003. )rk onhad a chance to come out and manity, you have no idea what how-to clinics at stores to teach For more information on aes inactually get their hands dirty you're missing. You are able to volunteers construction skills, upcoming builds go to www.sus- by building and working with give back in a way that you can Lowe's donated $1.75 million sexcountyhabitat.org and click mteer Sussex County Habitat for Hu- tangibly see, while having fun to the 2014 National Women on the calendar. OVER 50 SUSSEX county v~lunteers donated dale for the Women Build wEEk. /' more than 400 hours of service on Youth Philaqthropy Board donates to Pathways to Success Pathways to Success ac. re- helped our Pathways to Success cently received a donati, the Sussex County You thropy Board of the D Community Foundation. This donation will Continue its peer mentor gram. Fay Blake, Path, Success director, said, % tell us and our experier ports the fact that peer mentoring and tutorin Pathways to Success is t boast a 98 percent gra rate and a 96 percent col ceptance rate for our s We believe our peer to pc toring and tutoring prog Boy Scout Troop 1 doubles in size Boy Scout Troop 1 comed 19 new scouts si 1. Fifteen of these ne, crossed over from CU Pack 1. The other four a scouts who have decide the troop. Troop 1 is an active tr( monthly camping trips the year. In March, Troo a from students achieve such wonderful ?hilan- accomplishments." taware Pathways to Success staff ap- preciate the Youth Philanthropy p PTS Board's involvement in helping lgpro- Sussex County organizations ays to continue to serve those in need. atistics These young men and women '.e sup- are actively participating in a o peer process that will have a positive works, effect in their future. oud to For more information about uation Pathways to Success, go to www. ege ac-pathways-2-success.org, or call 1dents.Fay Blake at 302-381-7414 or Sarah men- Gilmour, PTS outreach coordina- am has tor, at 302-381-7486. s wel- ce Jan. scouts Scout older to join with during 1 went trails. On the water, scouts were moving branches and picking up trash as part of a planned service project. The younger scouts and a couple of older scouts went hiking to clear the foot trails. In May, the troop will be camp- ing In New Jersey with a planned visit to Six Flags amusement park. During camping trips, scouts work on requirements for merit badges that help them move toward the rank of Eagle to Valley Forge, Pa. Valley Forge is a historical place wl re the Scout. winter encampment held. For more information on Boy InApril, the troop went mping Scout Troop 1, contact Mike at Trap Pond. The old r[ scouts Price, scoutmaster, at 302-236- went canoeing to clear t]ae water 6520. SUBMITTED PHOTO three partner family homes in Ellen- THE SYMPTOMS OF: 0 Herniated and Bulging Discs 0 Degenerative Discs Chronic Low Back Pain Sciatica (Leg Pain) And more .... WITHOUT: X Drugs X Injections X Surgery Laminate Bevel Flooring Installed starting at $3.99/sq. ft. New carpet & padding Installed starting at $1.99/sq. ft. 302-703-2272 17382 Coastal Hwy., Lewes Next to Surf Bagel & Ace Hardware Open 7 days: Mon. - Sat. 10-4 Sun. 11-3 S or