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24 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, August 1 - August 7, 1997 Zwaanendael Women's q Zwaanendael Club members say they are often asked many times, "what do you do and what is the Zwaanendael Women's Club?" Here's the answer: The club, organized and federated in 1905, became a volunteer organi- zation of the Delaware State Fed- eration of the Women's Clubs and the General Federation of Women's Clubs. There are 36 such clubs now on Delmarva. This year, the Zwaanendael Club has accomplished many im- portant community programs. Awards were given to students of Beebe Medical School of Nursing and to a Cape Henlopen High School graduate. 1997 also marked the occasion of the forty- fifth edition of the Zwaanendael telephone directory, supplying over 3,000 .directories to house- holds and businesses with the 645 and 644 telephone number pre- fixes. This project alone takes the committee approximately five months to compile and process. The club supports the Lewes Fire Department, Meals on Wheels, Lewes Aid, Hugh O'Brien youth leadership seminar, health pro- Helmets Continued-from page 21 nancial need. Participants in the project wilt be required to attend an educational program adminis- tered by the University of Delaware's Cooperative Exten- sion Traffic Safety program coor- dinators, who will be working with the Office of Highway Safety to administer the program. Those in need of a helmet must be recommended to the program by a police officer, social worker, healthcare official or other re- sponsible professional working with the disadvantaged. That indi- vidual will evaluate the need and make recommendations for the use of program resources. To rec- ommend a person or group for the program, the identifying agency or professional must contact, via phone, fax or letter, the Commu- nity Safety Traffic Coordinator in their area. InSussex County, the number is 856-7303; fax, 856- 1845. Although the program receives some state funding, those who are given helmets will be asked to make a voluntary donation of up to $5. Although the donation is encouraged, individuals unable to contribute towards the cost of the program will not be eliminated from the program solely for that reason. The bicycle helmet law applies to those who operate a bicycle, are passengers on a bicycle, are riding in a trailer towed by a bicycle or those who are riding on a bicycle while in an attached restraining seat. The law also states that par- ents or guardians will be fined if a child riding a bicycle is not found to be wearing a helmet. The fine for the first violation is $25, and $50 for any subsequent violations. ab reviews 1997 activities grams of the state and community, and-the Lewes Historical Christ- mas Tour in December. Member- ship in the club is open this month for new members, and anyone in- terested in the history of the area is urged to think about joining the Zwaanendael Club. For more in- formation about becoming a member, call Dorothy Pedicone at 645-9603. The club is part of an intema- volunteer serviceorganizations. tional organization and part of the Members include business own- General Federation of Women's Clubs, dedicated to community service since 1890. There are 6,500 clubs in the United States and over a million members worldwide in 20 countries - an in- ternational organization of coln- munity-based volunteer women's clubs. The General Federation of Women's Clubs (GFWC) is one of the largest and oldest women's ers, teachers, elected officials, homemakers, corporate execu- tives, college students and re- tirees. Although there is a consid- erable diversity in members' ages, interests and experience, all are united by a dedication to commu- nity improvement through volun- teer services. More than 26 mil- lion hours and 55 million dollars have been donated by club mem- bers to 428,000 volunteer projects between 1994-1996. There are 52 state federations, including feder- ations in the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico, eight regions and 421 districts. More than 100 years have passed since its founding and the GFWC has built an outstand- ing record of accomplishments. Member clubs work to address the needs of their communities and countries through times of social change, technological revolutions, and war and peace in an increas- ingly interdependent world. PERSONAL SPONSORS Jack Ackermen & Alan Anderson Charlie Allen Rob Andress & Peter Young Vcki Apospolopoulous & Unda Marks Bill & Rosemarie Bahan John Barbarulo & Rob Dick Walt & Linda Bendck Douglas Bemard& Guido Zanni Alfred & Fay Best Linda Bova & Bridget Bauer Ken Bowman Paul Bradley John F. Brady, Esq. Michael X. Buck Tony Bums Dr. & Mrs. Jos Capiro Mitchell Chaney & Bruce Yoder Dottie Cirelli & Myma Kelly Joe Conn& Rick Mowery Bill Cooley & Ken Watkins Jim Cosgrove & George Riley Bob Dugan & Dennis Ford Steve Elkins & Murray Archibald Ward Ellinger & Allen Jarmon David Engel & Brian Taylor Eddie Fair & Freddie Lulz Bob Frederick & Paul Schullz John Furbush & Tom Feng Robert & Cheryl Gingdch Tara & Rob Gingrich Ricci Hackett Kelley Keith Henry Lay Gladys M. Jac( Bill Lytle & Bob Mack & Albert Dahman Ken Mahan & Glen Pruitt H. David Manley Frank McCraghan Rob McDorinell & Debbi Zallar David & Evelyn McMenus Greg Miles Doug & Dot Miller John Moorehead & Louis Lucente V'mce Murphy Thomas O'Neal David Pearce & Charles Ebert Raymond & Bertha Pusey Gary Rawls & Roy Rollins John Riggs Chris Riss S. Scott Selby GilShisler J. 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