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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 13 - June 19, 2003 - 83 Beebe's Tunnell Cancer Center earns Excaliber Award For the sixth consecutive year, Beebe Medical Center's Tunnell Cancer Center won the American Cancer Society's Excaliber Award for its partnership and commitment to the socie- ty. Beebe collaborated with the American Cancer Society to develop Look Good...Feel Better, which connects cancer patients with cosmetologists; Beach to Recovery, which pairs cancer survivors with patients for support; and I Can Cope, which supports patients and families during and after treatment. Shown are (l-r) Tunnel Cancer Center radiation oncologist Dr. Donald Tilton, East Sussex Belay for Life Chairman Kenny Hopkins, Beebe Medical Center President and CEO Jeffrey Fried and Tunnel Cancer Center radiation oncologist Dr. Brian Costleigh. Beebe Medical Center raised $22,000 for Belay for Life, which was the highest company team total for this year. The Belay for Life steering committee presented the hospital's tro- phy in the Tunnel Cancer Center May 27. Shown in the back row are (l-r)Jeff Fried, Beebe Medical Center President and CEO; Neff Kubala, Belay for Life Steering Committee; Mary Jo Baynum, steering committee; Kari Souder, RN; Sharon Ward, secretary; Dr. Brian Costleigh, radiation oncologist; Kim Westcott, nutritionist; Lori Belote, RN; Alygia Lopez, radiation therapist; Debbie Crewell, RN; Beth Waite, RN; Lori Anderson, radiation therapist; and Dr. Donald Tilton, radiation oneologist. In front are Rick Ward, radiation technician; Kenny Hopkins, East Sussex Belay for Life chairman; Bey Ann Kubala, steering committee; and Kris- ten Rahn, chief radiation therapist. Belay for Life steering committee members not shown are Mick Light and Earl Lougheed. Amy Reardon photos Braces make faces Sussex Suite 6 Lewes, DE (302) 644 tilO0 Insulin pump group meets June 18 MANOR HOUSE...A RETIREMENT COMMUNITY AS INDIVIDUAL AS YOU ARE! Beebe Medical Center will host an insulin pump meeting from 6 to 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, June 18, at the Long Neck Health Center. Those who wear insulin pumps or are interested in learning about them are welcome at the free meeting. For details, call 947-2500. Maria V. Haldar, M.D. Proudly welcomes you to MiltonHealth Center 524 Union Street Milton, De 19968 (2 blocks south of the Rt. 16 / Rt. 5 intersection) Dr. Haldar is Board-Certified in Internal Medicine and has admitting privileges at Beebe Medical Center. She is now accepting new patients 12 years of age and older. Milton Health Center participates with most major insurance companies. Call (302) 684-8545 to schedule an appointment. (Late hours available) Retirement...a family affair If are among the thousands of new you residents who have made Sussex County one of the fastest growing mid-Atlantic regions, you may be considering relocating a family member as well. Whether it's Mom and Dad loolang for a retirement community or a loved one in need of some assistance, the Manor House in Seaford offers a full range of living options. Cottages, apartments, and an active lifestyle await residents who want to live closer to family and friends. Let us help you with your decision. Contact Holly Cooper, Marketing Manager, for a personal tour and lunch (302) 628-5604 or visit our web site: www.pumh.org. 1001 Middleford lid. Seafo DE 19973-3697 302-628-5604 ......... "".:: ......  i " "  " " ::]::i::]i ,ii' """ . ..... ."  " ............ : ....... " ..........................