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Steven BIIIups photo6 Taton House, a program of Fellowship Health Resources, celebrated its new location with an open house May 27. Shown are (l-r) Jeff Wells, the property owner who dedicated the house in memory of his mother-in-law Dorothy Martin; Roseanne Faust, Fellowship Heath Resources, COO; Lin Mar- tin, son of Dorothy Martin; Marylou Speziale-Blades, pro- gram director;, and Patsy Wells, property owner and daugh- ter of Dorothy Martin. Rivera Continued from page 86 on the National Advisory Com- mittee of the Robert Wood John- son Foundation's Hablamos Jun- tos [We Speak Together] Pro- gram. The Hablamos Juntos Pro- gram granted $10 million to or- ganizations across the country, in 2003, to design model programs to eliminate language barriers to health care for Hispanics. Rivera also serves on the Na- tional Advisory Committee for the National Hispanic Medical Association. " I am pleased to be able to bring Gus aboard as a key mem- ber of our leadership team," said Meconi. "Dr. Rivera brings with him years of varied experience as a physician-executive serving children, the elderly, public and community health with a focus on leadership and public awareness. This is critical, as the Division of Public Health works to improve the health, of Delawareans." Rivera will oversee a total an- nual budget of $115 millitn and more than 1,500 full-time em- ployees. His annual salary will CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 4 - June 10, 2004 - 87 Taton House provides resource for mentally ill and those with co-occurring disorders Gov. Ruth Ann Minner was an honored guest at the dedication of the Fellowship Health Resources Inc.'s Taton House during an open-house celebration May 27. Fellowship Health Resources Inc. is a private nonprofit agency providing clinical and support services to people with mental ill- nesses and co-occurring disorders. Since opening its first group in 1975, the fellowship has helped nearly 15,000 start new lives of dignity and purpose. Today, it serves more than 1,500 clients in its programs lo- cated in Delaware, Virginia, Penn- sylvania, Rhode Island, Massa- be $144,900. DHSS Deputy Sec- retary Karryl H. McManus is serving as acting director of DPH until Rivera arrives in July. chusetts and Maine. Nestled in Milton, Taton House's new location offers its clients the opportunity to live in an atmosphere conducive to their health and well-being. Under the supervision of Program Director " Marylou Speziale-Blades and As- sistant Director Christina Coursey, Taton House offers 24- hour, supervised residential care to eight individuals who have seri- ous cognitive limitations in addi- tion to mental illness. For more information, call Speziale-Blades at 684-4400. ill ==t[ Scientists report that elevated aangancs exposure from welding rod fumes has been associated with ParkinBonlmn (like lParn'B dlseaBC) and manganm. Symptoms include 8halclncss, distorted facial expression, loss of equilibrium, decreased hand agility, difficulty walking, Joint pain, loss of short term memory, Blurred/slow speech, stiffness in miracles and tremors. If you have experienced any of these rOblems, call am today toll free at 1-800-TI-ilIISaGL for a fre to evaluate your potential claim. We practice law only in Arizona, but associate with lawyers throughout the U.S.j I  GOLDBERG & OSBORNE |  1-800-THE-EAGLE | i! o (1-800-843-3245) I® TucSOn wAArv¢. 1800theeale.com m.lw" g. STICIfELS' -- SHARP CARS-- Let flowers play their part in making your WE D D I N G extraordinary. And become an inseparable piece of the moment's magic. k charles haldeman U " " et al. weddings l parties occastons Call to schedule an appointment. 1002 Kings Highway, Lewes DE 19958 302.644.8979 1999 JEEP CHEROKEE St. #54644. Was $9,995 2002 JEEP LIBERTY "4X4" St. #1065. Was $21,995 NOW $20,500 2001 JEEP WRANGLER st. # 1131. was S16,995 NOW $15,995 2001 FORD FOCUS st #1001. was ra,s NOW $7,995 2001 FORD MUSTANG St. #1130. Was S10,995 NOW $9,995 1999 JEEP WRANGLER SAHARA 1995 JEEP WRANGLER SE ST.NO 1107. Was $15,995 NOW $1 4,995 St. #113. Was $9,495 NOW $8,995 We have several Jeep Wranglers in Stock! J. Stickels has decided to accept o limited number of consignments each month. We are looking for (dean, low n.leacje automobiles) Corvettes, €onvertlbles, street reds, sports cars, etc. * WE ARE ALSO BUYING JEEP WRANGLERS * Hours: Monday-Friday 9:30 am-6:30 pm • Saturday 9:30 am-4 pm Steven BIIIups photo6 Taton House, a program of Fellowship Health Resources, celebrated its new location with an open house May 27. Shown are (l-r) Jeff Wells, the property owner who dedicated the house in memory of his mother-in-law Dorothy Martin; Roseanne Faust, Fellowship Heath Resources, COO; Lin Mar- tin, son of Dorothy Martin; Marylou Speziale-Blades, pro- gram director;, and Patsy Wells, property owner and daugh- ter of Dorothy Martin. Rivera Continued from page 86 on the National Advisory Com- mittee of the Robert Wood John- son Foundation's Hablamos Jun- tos [We Speak Together] Pro- gram. The Hablamos Juntos Pro- gram granted $10 million to or- ganizations across the country, in 2003, to design model programs to eliminate language barriers to health care for Hispanics. Rivera also serves on the Na- tional Advisory Committee for the National Hispanic Medical Association. " I am pleased to be able to bring Gus aboard as a key mem- ber of our leadership team," said Meconi. "Dr. Rivera brings with him years of varied experience as a physician-executive serving children, the elderly, public and community health with a focus on leadership and public awareness. This is critical, as the Division of Public Health works to improve the health, of Delawareans." Rivera will oversee a total an- nual budget of $115 millitn and more than 1,500 full-time em- ployees. His annual salary will CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 4 - June 10, 2004 - 87 Taton House provides resource for mentally ill and those with co-occurring disorders Gov. Ruth Ann Minner was an honored guest at the dedication of the Fellowship Health Resources Inc.'s Taton House during an open-house celebration May 27. Fellowship Health Resources Inc. is a private nonprofit agency providing clinical and support services to people with mental ill- nesses and co-occurring disorders. Since opening its first group in 1975, the fellowship has helped nearly 15,000 start new lives of dignity and purpose. Today, it serves more than 1,500 clients in its programs lo- cated in Delaware, Virginia, Penn- sylvania, Rhode Island, Massa- be $144,900. DHSS Deputy Sec- retary Karryl H. McManus is serving as acting director of DPH until Rivera arrives in July. chusetts and Maine. Nestled in Milton, Taton House's new location offers its clients the opportunity to live in an atmosphere conducive to their health and well-being. Under the supervision of Program Director " Marylou Speziale-Blades and As- sistant Director Christina Coursey, Taton House offers 24- hour, supervised residential care to eight individuals who have seri- ous cognitive limitations in addi- tion to mental illness. For more information, call Speziale-Blades at 684-4400. ill ==t[ Scientists report that elevated aangancs exposure from welding rod fumes has been associated with ParkinBonlmn (like lParn'B dlseaBC) and manganm. Symptoms include 8halclncss, distorted facial expression, loss of equilibrium, decreased hand agility, difficulty walking, Joint pain, loss of short term memory, Blurred/slow speech, stiffness in miracles and tremors. If you have experienced any of these rOblems, call am today toll free at 1-800-TI-ilIISaGL for a fre to evaluate your potential claim. We practice law only in Arizona, but associate with lawyers throughout the U.S.j I  GOLDBERG & OSBORNE |  1-800-THE-EAGLE | i! o (1-800-843-3245) I® TucSOn wAArv¢. 1800theeale.com m.lw" g. STICIfELS' -- SHARP CARS-- Let flowers play their part in making your WE D D I N G extraordinary. And become an inseparable piece of the moment's magic. k charles haldeman U " " et al. weddings l parties occastons Call to schedule an appointment. 1002 Kings Highway, Lewes DE 19958 302.644.8979 1999 JEEP CHEROKEE St. #54644. Was $9,995 2002 JEEP LIBERTY "4X4" St. #1065. Was $21,995 NOW $20,500 2001 JEEP WRANGLER st. # 1131. was S16,995 NOW $15,995 2001 FORD FOCUS st #1001. was ra,s NOW $7,995 2001 FORD MUSTANG St. #1130. Was S10,995 NOW $9,995 1999 JEEP WRANGLER SAHARA 1995 JEEP WRANGLER SE ST.NO 1107. Was $15,995 NOW $1 4,995 St. #113. Was $9,495 NOW $8,995 We have several Jeep Wranglers in Stock! J. Stickels has decided to accept o limited number of consignments each month. We are looking for (dean, low n.leacje automobiles) Corvettes, €onvertlbles, street reds, sports cars, etc. * WE ARE ALSO BUYING JEEP WRANGLERS * Hours: Monday-Friday 9:30 am-6:30 pm • Saturday 9:30 am-4 pm