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64 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June. 13 - June" 19, 2003 " Submitted photo Xi Sigma chapter holds installation of officers The Xi Sigma chapter of the International Sorority of Beta Sigma Phi held its installation of officers for the 20034}4 year at the home of Kaye Webb. Incoming officers (l-r) are Fay Burn- ham, eorresponding secretary;, Carolyn McClelland, vice president; Gretta Ludwig, president; IAnda Miller, treasurer;, and Diane Cooper, recording secretary. The members of X/Sigma are from the Lewes, Rehoboth, Milton and Millsboro areas and the chapter's programs include an annual fundra/ser for a local charity chosen by the organiz" ation's service committee. United Way to award United Way of Delaware con- tinues to foetus on the immediate needs of the local community, and will award $11.1 million in Com- munity Impact funding to pro- grams operated by its 61 full- member agencies. This funding comes from the contributions Delawareans made to the fund during United Way's recent fundraising campaign. The Community Impact Fund benefits local prograins that ad- dress our state's most critical needs such as child abuse, home- lessness, hunger, joblessness, and substance abuse, to name a few. Donations. to this fund impact the community as a whole, instead of touching on only a few areas of Don't just dream about Retirement, PLAN FOR IT I Paul Pasqualini CLI0, ChFC 17021 Old Orchard Rd Suite 4 Lewes, DE 645-7710 Anthony Egeln 17021 Old Orchard Rd. Suite 4 Lewes, DE 645-7710 mI.com Member SIPC EdwardJones Serving Individual hveaon Shoe x87x Community Impact funding need. Funding is allocated to pro- grams that show proven results in addressing these issues. "We are fortunate to be able to continue our support of the 145 programs that help improve the quality of life for Delawareans who need help most," said Charles W. Anderson, president and chief professional officer of United Way of Delaware. United Way of Delaware is rec- ognized nationally for its opera- tional excellence and innovative fundraising abilities. For more information about United Way of Delaware, visit its website: www.uwde.org or call 856-7884 in Sussex County. 444,444 "4 a gd beginviengnds # 3 months - 6 years "4 age-appropriate ,.' movement-to-music classes Kindermus=k with "4 Leslie Lee to be held at the 4 Westminster Presbyterian Church "4 301 King Charles Avenue ,.4 Rehoboth Beach, DE 4 Call for Information "4 (302)227-2883 444444 Submlned photo Rescue squad receives donation Jerry Johnson, ambulance captain of Mid-Sussex Rescue Squad 91, receives a donation from Beverly Koons, president of the Oak Orchard/Riverdale American Legion Auxiliary Unit 28. Adinner was held at the Post May 18 in appreciation of Squad 91's continued service to the community. Also in- cluded were members of the Indian River Volunteer Fire CompanY and personnel from the Sussex County Emergency Medical Service. TT'TFT" .... --'F " ...... IIIlllIlIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIlllIIIIIIF"" [ " --- I .... r  m  - I - -1 ] ....... Ill r Illl[I Illl l|llWallllllnt II I II "lll;!!]lllrllq]T'l l- "['IIr"TT" 1"1-"