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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, May 30 - June 5, 2003 - 67 Cancer Wat00:h Pink Ribbon Golf Classic supports women with cancer More than 145 women joined together to raise money for breast cancer during the eighth annual Delores Springer Pink Ribbon Golf Classic, May 2, at Sussex Pines Country Club in Georgetown. Funds generated from the event help women under 40 and who do not qualify for any other pro- grams, who have no insurance or who are underinsured pay for mammograms and/or ultrasounds. This year's event raised enough funding to maintain and expand the program. The following serv- ices have been paid for by the Pink Ribbon Fund over the last two years: mammograms and/or ultrasounds for 34 women; treat- ment for 22 women diagnosed with cervical cancer; half the cost of a mastectomy for one woman and the physician wrote off the rest of the cost; lumpectomy treat- ment for a 25-year-old woman; second printing of a resource guide for Delaware women; and Teens invited to HIV testing event National HIV Testing Day is June 27. Teens are invited to join volunteers from the Sussex County AIDS Committee from 12-3 p.m., Friday, June 27, at Midway Billiards. The day's events will include music by DJ Larry Love, free food, prizes information about HIV prevention and free and anonymous HIV test- ing. For more information, con- tact Jeanne at 644-1094. When your workouts aren't working. Cancer and depression :topic of June seminar The Wellness Community- Delmanva and Peninsula Regional Medical Center are offering a free program, Depression in Cancer Patients, at 6 p.m., Tuesday, June 3, at Peninsula Regional Avery Hall Educational Center in Salisbury, Md. A complimentary light din- ner will be served at 5:30 p.m. Drr. Andrew E Angelino of Johns Hopkins School of Medicine will provide information on recogniz- ing the signs of depression and the various treatment options avail- able. For details, call 410-546- 1200. Transportation, drivers needed at SCAC Sussex County AIDS Committee will pay 31 cents per mile for drivers to take clients to medical appointments. SCAC will work with drivers' schedules. For details, call Evelyn at 644- 1090. an educational program, Ladies Night Out, attended by 67 women. The Pink Ribbon Classic was sponsored by Christiana Care Health Systems with major donors including AstraZeneca, Wilmington; The Edge Group, Lewes; The Shoppe of the Four Sisters, Bethany Beach; and Wal- Mart of Rehoboth. Many dona- tions were received from through- out Sussex County and New Castle County. More than $24,000 was raised from this event; 100 percent will go direct- ly to charitable supports. The funds do not support administra- five costs. This year's winning teams were R Submitted photo Lonnie Brown of Wal-Mart, left, presents a donation to Delores Springer, Pink Ribbon Golf Glassic 2003 chair woman, during the annual tournament and luncheon May 2. Free HIV tests offered in Cape Region The Cape Region has a variety of sites that provide free, anony- mous HIV testing. Sites, times and phone numbers are as fol- lows: SCAC Resource Center, by appointment or Thursdays from 3- 6 p.m., 644-1094; SCAC, Rehoboth Beach, by appointment, 644-1090; Lewes Public Health, Fridays by appointment, 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m., 856-5184; Milford Public Health, second and fourth Thursdays by appointment, 9 a.m.-3 p.m., 856-5 lb'tt; Children & Families First, by appointment, 856-2388; AIDS Delaware, by appointment, 226-5350; CAMP Safe, 3-6 p.m., 227-5620; Georgetown State Service Center, 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m., by appoint- ment, 856-5184; and Planned Parenthood, by appointment, 645- 2737. Sandra Bunting, Judy Slacum, Terry Daisey and Bernie Reed, first-place gross; Anna Brown, Felicia Hickman, Marge Peck and Delores Perna, first,place net; Ann Girard, Donna Hilderly, Toni Mears and Barbara Miller, sec- ond-place net; and Betty Law, r- Trena Kelly, Kay Herrman and Colleen Law, third-place net. 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