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44 - CAPE GAZETIIg, Friday, July 14 - July 20, 2000 Beebe School of Nursing graduates 12 in 75th class The Beebe School of Nursing celebrated the graduation of the class of 2000 May 6, at Eagles Nest Fellowship Church in Mil- ton. The event marked,tb:75th graduating class at the scl " Patricia Lincoln, educational coordinator of Christiana Care Mid-Atlantic AIDS Education and Training Center, was the gradua- tion speaker for the class of 2000. The class chose her as the speaker for her professionalism, enthusiasm for nursing and her supportive role as a student men- tor. Teresa Vandre, president of the class, presented reflections and a glimpse of the future for each of her classmates. Faculty members honored Bon- nie Austin and her legacy with the school of nursing and her attrib- utes of dedication, professional- ism, caring and compassion, by presenting their award to Carlisa Weatherly. Chairman of the Beebe Medical Center board of directors, Joseph R. Hudson, presented the Board of Directors Award for the highest academic achievement to Teresa Vandre. Vandre also was the recipient of the Nurse Management Award for leadership. Happy Harry's Phar- Diabetes support group to meet July 17 at MMH Bayhealth Medical Center-Mil- ford Memorial Hospital's dia- betes support group meets the third Monday of each month from 2 to 3:30 p.m. in Room 276 of the hospital. The next meeting will be held Monday, July 17. Fund Continued from page 43 ther reinforces the safety net for people living with HIV infec- tion." The funds raised for this program come from memorial contributions in Brossette's name and ongoing fundraising efforts, such as a memorial dinner at Cloud 9 Restaurant, and a memo- rial brunch at Celsius. Sue Weimer, executive director of the Consortium, said, "The Consortium is proud that 100 per- cent of the proceeds from the fundraising events and contribu- tions are used directly to help those living with HIV/AIDS." To apply for this emergency fi- nancial assistance an application may be obtained by contacting Dan DiGuglielmo at the George- town HIV Wellness Clinic at 856- .135. DiGuglielmo and the appli- cant will complete the form and forward it to the Consortium. A three-member subcommittee of the Consortium's board of trustees will consider the request. After careful review, the panel will make a decision within 10 days of the submission of the completed form. macies presented its award for the second-highest academic achieve- ment to Dawn Sonntag. The Alumni Award, given for medical-surgical clinical excel- lence, also was presented to Dawn Sonntag. Alumnae Eleanor Cordrey and Virginia Cottingham presented their Maternal-Child Award to Pa- tricia Waters. Bridget McGinley received the David Howard Memorial Award. The Bayside Health Association Award, in memory of Ali Trout, went to Cheryl Flowers. The Beebe Medical Center Auxiliary Award, honoring the graduate demonstrating academic and clinical excellence and school and community commitment, went to Chrissy Neal. Graduates carried an arrange- ment of their class flower, the white rose, in the processional. Pastor Bill Sammons presented the invocation and benediction. Music for the program was pro- vided by the Beebe School of Nursing administrative secretary, Becky Roberts. The school pin was presented by Connie Bushey, director, with class advisers, Tracy Bell and Ruth Ann Willing assisting. Beebe Medical Center presi- dent and CEO Jeffrey Fried Submitted photo Recent graduates from the Beebe School of Nursing shown in back are (l-r) Pat Lincoln, graduation speaker;, Ruth Ann Willing, class adviser;, Anne Dee Ackerman, Lewes; Seneca At- teberry, Rehoboth Beach; Dawn Sonntag, Ocean View; Carlisa Weatherly, Rehoboth Beach; Patricia Waters, Selbyville; Cheryl Flowers, Newark; Tracy Bell, class adviser; and Connie Bushey, school director. In front are Ann Maher, Lewes; Bridget McGinley, East Fallowfield, Pa.; Chrissy Neal, New Castle; Kristy Coles, Milton; Shanica Griffin, Newark; and Teresa Van- dre, Dover. awarded the diplomas. A reception honoring the grad- uates was held immediately in the cafeteria following the May 6 ceremony. r r .. "I DIABETICS!... Declare your independenceI Have your diabetic supplies delivered to your door for little or no costl Medicare & Private Insurance welcome. Call Now! Toll 'ee-888-722-7556 Independence Medical Carolyn J. 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