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10 TUESDAY, AUGUST 13- THURSDAY. AUGUST 15, 2013 CAPE LIFE Cape Gazette Briefly )) Apply by Aug. 16 for appointment to Lewes Public Library board The Lewes Public Library is seeking candidates from the greater Lewes area to serve the four-year balance of a five-year appointment on the Board of Commissioners. Send letters of interest to Ed Goyda, director, Lewes Public Library, 111 Adams Ave Lewes, DE 19958, by Friday, Aug. 16, or email Ed.Goyda@lib.de.us, giv- ing personal and professional history, as well as information about skills which would be use- ful to the library. The Board of Commissioners is the governing board of the library and seeks to represent a broad spectrum of community interests and occupations. Regu- lar meetings are held monthly. Special meetings are scheduled as needed. Applicants must be residents of the Cape Henlopen School District. For further information, contact the library director at 302-645-2733. Unit 28 and RSVP to hold A Matter of Balance classes The American Legion Auxil- iary, in conjunction with Sussex County RSVP, will conduct A Matter of Balance classes once Obituaries )) Continued from page 9 A funeral service will be held Monday, Aug. 19, at I p.m. in Old Paths Church of Christ, 18249 Redden Road, Georgetown, with visitation after noon. Burial will be in the adjoining cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contribu- tions can be made to the church or the Alzheimer's Association, Robert Blakeney, all of Q.uinlan, Texas; a brother, ]ames Collins and wife Terry of Georgetown; and two nieces, LeeAnn Collins Troxler, her husband Shane and their children, ]ace and Ashlyn of Seaford and ]essica Collins Rogers, her husband Shawn and their children Drake and Tripp of Georgetown. A memorial service will be held Thursday, Aug. 15, at noon in Bethesda U.M. Church,*25073 Bethesda Road, Georgetown. In lieu of flowers, contribu- Delaware Valley Chapter, PO tions are being accepted at Short Box 96011, Washington, DC Funeral Services, PO Box 233, 20090-6011. Arrangements in the care of Short Funeral Services, George- town. Shirley Ann Dennis, loved reading Shirley Ann (Collins) Dennis, 51, of Georgetown, went home to be with the Lord Friday, Aug. 9, 2013. She was preceded in death by her parents, ]ames Abbott and Ruth Virginia (King) Collins of Georgetown. Shirley loved read- ing, crafting, card games, yard sales, caring for her animals and spending time with family and friends. Shirley Dennis She is sur- vived by her companion, Carlie Austin, of Redden; her dear friend, Mar- guerite June of Georgetown; a daughter, Chelsea Dennis and her fianc6 Ian Lehrer and their daughter Claire of Mi!ton; two sons, Ernest ]acob Blakeney, his fianc6 Nicky Paynter and their children, Audrey, Robbie, Mikey and Alyssa, and ]ames Milton, DE 19968, to assist with the funeral expenses. Shirley Pyle-Fair, Lewes resident Shirley A. Pyle-Fair of Lewes and formerly of Newark died Monday, Aug. 5, 2013, at Dela- ware Hospice Center, Milford. Services will be private. Arrange- ments by Lofland Funeral Home; Milford. a week for eight weeks-from 10 a.m. to noon, starting Tuesday, Sept. 10, through Tuesday, Oct. 29. Classes will be held in the Post Hall at 31768 Legion Road, Millsboro. A Matter of Balance is an award-winning program de- signed to help older adults manage falls and increase activity levels. The program emphasizes practical strategies to manage falls and will identify that falls are controllable, help set goals for increasing activity, make changes at home to reduces risks of falling and provide exercise techniques to increase strength and balance. This program is free and open to the communi Those who are concerned about falling, anyone who has fallen in the past and anyone who has restricted activities because of falling concerns are encour- aged to attend. Registration is requested. For more information or to register, call Cindy at 302-945- 9191 or Tina at 302-329-9090. Brandon Ward B.S in Organizational Management s[uaenr That's the difference at WilmU. Wilmington University is a private, nonorofit institution co'nmitted [o providing everyone with the opportunity to earn a uegree. At Wilmb, you'll have access [o flexible ano career-c dented undergraoua e, gradu e, and doctoral uegree programs while benefitting from small class sizes, individual atten[ton, ano low tuition. See the difference for yourself at wilmu.edu/StartNow WILMINGTON UNIVERSITY 1-877-456-7003 I wilmu.edu/$tartNow Wilmington University is a private, nonprofit institution and member of the Delaware Alliance for Nonprofit Advancement (DANA) Follow Dennis Forney's daily blog from "Sea to Shining Sea" as he & wife Becky bike from Astoria, Oregon back home to Lewes, Delaware. Lewes, DE Available only at LIKE: facebook, com/seatoshiningsea2013 for daily updates LEWES, DE - You can't imagine how good it felt to cross that Delaware border after being away for three months.