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62 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6 - MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 2013 CAPE LIFE Cape Gazette MILTON PUBLIC LIBRARY CELEBRATES Briefly )) SUMMER READING PROGRAM The Compassionate Friends support group to meet Sept. 12 The Lighthouse Chapter of The Compassionate Friends, a self-help organization offering friendship and understanding to bereaved families Who have experienced the death of a child, will meet at 7 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 12, in the Branford Lounge at Epworth United Methodist Church. The support group dis- cussion will center around the change of seasons. The Light- house Chapter Memory Table will be set up, and participants are encouraged to bring a photo of their child. Bereaved parems, grandparents and siblings are encouraged and welcome to at- tend this meeting. Epworth UMC is at 19285 Holland Glade Road about a quarter mile from its intersection with Route 1, north of Rehoboth Beach. Enhanced IDental Care Dr. Jeffrey M. Cooper, DMD Heather R. Boyle, DMD SUBMITTED PHOTO THE MILTON PUBLIC LIBRARY Children & Teen Summer Reading Program has come to an end, and the winners have received some great prizes for their reading efforts. The ending program was held Aug. 13. A total of 216 partici- pants signed up with 111 participants completing the program of eight hours or more of reading. They read a total of 4,126 books with 2,020.5 total hours spent. Shown in back are (I-r) Director Mary Catherine Hopkins, Ronan Dutton, Brionne Hope, Elizabeth Biller, Brittany Cannon, Alexandra Gaul, Michelle Se- liga, Rachael Webb and Youth Services Coordinator Beverly Marvel. In front are Stella Dutton, Kayla Kiker, Kaia Medrano, Kaychula Jacobs, Johauna Ja- cobs, Ellie Davis and Sarah Rowley. Winners not pictured are Ty'era Cannon, E.J. Emmett, Aidan Hudson, Turray Jones, Taylor Lallier, Quinlyn Long, Ayden Smith-Mifflin, Joey Seliga and Deija Torres. LINCOLN HAZEL WINS IN MILTON PUBLIC LIBRARY'S SUMMER '- READING PROGRAM CONTEST 18947 John J. Williams Hwy., Suite 301 Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971 302-645-7200 www.EnhancedDentalCare.cOm SUBMITTED PHOTO LINCOLN HAZEL IS THE2013 bicycleand helmet winner of the MiltOn Public Library Summer Reading Program. The drawing was held Aug. 13 at the Ending Awards Program of-the Summer Reading Program. The bicycle and helmet were provided by the Friends of the Milton Public Library. Shown (I-r) are Director Mary Catherine Hopkins, Youth Services Co- ordinator Beverly Marvel, Lincoln and his father Chuck Hazel. A Smile Is Your Best Accessory, So Straighten Up Your Smile! Sussex Orthodontics Dr. Michael A. Poleck 1632 Savannah Rd., Suite 6 Lewes, DE 644-4100 Sick of living with a damp, moldy crawlspace? Before After Studies indicate sealing and conditioning crawlspaces can improve indoor air quality, make your home more comfortable, reduce energy consumption, and protect structural integrity. Home Performance Professionals With Over 25 Years Experience Making Homes More Comfortable, Healthy and Energy Efficient The Fifth Fuel is the exclusive installer of IntelliSeal Crawlspace Technologies. We inspect and provide a custom plan to turn your dark, damp crawlspace into a viable part of your home. CALL TODAY FOR A FREE CRA WLSPA CE EVA L UA TION. ENERGY EFFICIENCY EXPE 302-856-3660 www.thefifthfuel.com