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Red Cross volunteer orientation set Sept. 7 With hurricane season in full swing, the local American Red Cross is recruiting volunteers to assist families should severe weather impact the local area. To find out how to help, individuals are asked to attend a volunteer ori- entation at 5:30 p.m., Sept. 7, at the American Red Cross office in Seaford, at 523 North Market Street Ext. Volunteer opportunities include the following: Disaster volunteers: These are active participants who respond to local disasters to take care of immediate needs - shelter, food and clothing - of affected fami- lies. Free training is offered and includes an Introduction to Disaster course, which can be taken online, followed by a com- bination of additional disaster courses. Especially needed are volunteers who can help with local disasters such as fires and floods during the day. After training and gaining expe- rience at local disasters, volun- teers could be deployed on nation- al Red Cross disaster jobs, provid- ing emergency assistance to fami- lies all over the United States. Instructors for courses in life- saving skills. American Red Cross classes are taught by a group of dedicated, professional instruc- tors. Anyone who enjoys teach- ing, is willing to be trained and can commit to a teaching sched- ule that may include nights and weekends is invited to participate. The Red Cross will train volun- teers to become certified American Red Cross Instructors in the following areas: First Aid, Adult/Infant/Child CPR with AED (Automated External Defibrillator), Babysitting, Pet First Aid, and Water Safety. Experience in public speaking, teaching or group presentations is preferred. Candidates should have their own transportation and be at least 17 years of age. Community Events teams. Red Cross ambassadors are needed to help at community and health fairs and business expos. These volunteers work mainly weekends for three to four hours at a time during spring, summer and fall, at various locations that suit them. Office volunteers. The Red Cross would not be able to func- tion without the help of volunteers who provide behind-the-scenes assistance as well as day-to-day support. The organization needs help with administrative tasks such as records and reports, filing, com- puter work, translation services and other office functions. There are many other volunteer opportunities - get more details by calling 800-777-6620 or visit- ing Also, bilingual volunteers are always needed. Contact Sarah Gilmour at 302- 472-6260, Ext. 6260 or at 800- 777-6620, extension 6260 or sgilmour @ to reserve a place at the volunteer orientation meeting. CAPE GAZETTE - Friday, September ! "Monday, September 4, 2006. 113 \\; "New Hope For Disc Herniation Sufferers" "Sciatica has puzzled doctors and frustrated patients for years. But now space travel and modern technology may have finally cracked the back pain and sciatica code." Those are the enthusiastic words of Dr. Schierl. Dr. Schierl has been using non-surgical spinal decompression - an amazing space age medical breakthrough to treat back pain, disc herniations and sciatica...for two years now. "I was shocked at the results spinal decompression gives in such a short time. And how long those results last...without the side effects of drugs or risk of surgery. I was also shocked that so few doctors in the country know about this amazing new technology." commented Dr. Schierl. "Bu( the best thing is I am able to offer this medical breakthrough to so many back pain, disc herniation and sciatica sufferers with these painful conditions. "I just wanted back pain sufferers to know they have an option that really works. I wanted them to know there is finally REAL hope...that hope is detailed in my free report." To get your free copy of Dr. Schierl's revolutionary new report, "How Space Age Technology Is Solving Back Pain Without Drugs Or Surgery!" just call toll free 1-800-410-5593 and listen to the 24 hour recorded message for all the details. Call now, supply is limited. Just log onto To schedule a free consultation, call 302-645-6681. Front & Center Hill graduates from basic training Army National Guard Pfc. Nicholas J. Hill has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C. During the nine weeks of train- ing, the soldier studied the Army mission, history, tradition and core values, physical fitness, and received instruction and practice in basic combat skills, military weapons, chemical warfare and bayonet training, drill and cere- mony, marching, rifle marksman- ship, armed and unarmed combat, map reading, field tactics, military courtesy, military justice system, basic first aid, foot marches, and field training exercises. He is the son of John Hill of Millsboro, and Renee Rischitelli of Lewes. Hill is a 2004 graduate of Cape Henlopen High School. Richter completes annual training Army National Guard Sgt. 1st Class John L. Richter completed the'Mland Army National Gaid's required two-week annu- al training at Fort A.P. Hill, Bowling Green, Va. The guard member is assigned to the 115th Military Police Battalion based in Salisbury, Md. RICHTER The training focused on indi- vidual and collective tasks related to the battalion's mission essential task list. The military police members trained in weapons qualification, land navigation (dismounted and mounted), convoy security, mili- tary operations in urban terrain, and route reconnaissance. The training prepares and ensures the battalion is ready to be deployed anywhere in the world at a moment's notice to support military operations. Richter is the son of Jim L. and Sherry A. Richter of Angola By The Bay, Lewes. The sergeant graduated in 1988 from Cape Henlopen High School, Lewes. ,Rsh from Delaware waters are safe to catch_ safe to handle_ and safe to eat in moderation. Follow the fish consumption advice on DNREC's web site, To request a 2006 "Fish Smart, Eat Smart" brochure, contact DNREC at (302)739-9902. Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Conlrol t LAWAltI CANCER EON$OgTII DELA WARE HEALTH AND SOCIAL SERVICES Division of Public Health FBh cor-,.umplion advisodes we issued as a joint aclion by the Delaware Depaament of Natural Resourms  Environmental Control and the Delaware Depadment of I-lealth and Social Services' Division of Public I-lealth. Funding for fish consump0on adviso outreach aml educatdon made possible by the Delaware Cancer ConsorlJum.