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108 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, September I - Monday, September 4, 2005 'Tiny Giant' to visit St. Matthew's By-The-Sea Sept. 10 Fifty-four years ago, Jeff Steinberg was born in a Philadelphia hospital with no arms and two bent, scissored legs - a disability doctors attributed to Thalidomide, a prescription drug taken by his mother during preg- nancy. Today, Steinberg travels the world using humor and song to entertain and preach that every- one is God's masterpiece. Dubbed "The Tiny Giant" for his small height and big voice, Steinberg and his wife Ellen, a teacher and seminar speaker, are scheduled to share his stories and adult contemporary Christian music at the 8:45 and 10:45 a.m. services on Sunday, Sept. 10, at St. Matthews By-The-Sea United Jeff Steinberg, dubbed "The Tiny giant," will speak and provide Christian music at St. Matthews By-The-Sea in Fenwick Island Sunday, Sept. 10. Ellendale Fire Hall to host Calendar Party The Ellendale Volunteer Fire Company's Ladies Auxiliary will host a revival of its Calendar Party at 7 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 30, at the Ellendale Fire Hall, located on Main Street, Route 16. The night will feature food, fun and entertainment and a Calendar Girl auction. Proceeds benefit the Ladies Auxiliary. Call 422-4934 to reserve a seat. Buy0ne Ge0ne On Seleeted Shoes Aug.26toSept.9 Mil00 J02.93.7500 Food Uon Shopping Center~Open 7 days Methodist Church, located at the corner of Route 1 and Dagsboro Street in Fenwick Island. Vocal performances/concerts will be held at 3 and 7 p.m. that same day. "Our message is that people can become all that God designed them to be," he said. "We want challenged people to see that a handicap is not about wheelchairs, crutches or braces - it's about atti- tudes and the way you look at the world. "Everyone has a purpose and is meant to make a difference in the lives of others," Steinberg said. "It's all about looking inside and finding yourself." All are welcome to these free events. For more information on the morning services or the after- noon concerts, contact St. Matthews By-The-Sea at 537- 1402. OFF wholesale pr,ces. WOMEN'S FASHIONS ACCESSORIES ARTWORK FIXTURES FURNITURE DETAILS