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.! Cape Gazette CAPE LIFE FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6- MONDAY, SEPTEMBER9, 2013 63 Archaeological Society to begin Delaware Speaker Series Sept. 19 The Archaeological Society of will be given by John Bansch, Delaware Speaker Series begins current volunteer of the His- 7 to 9 p.m Thursday, Sept. 19, toric Odessa Foundation and past at the Lewes Historical Society president of the Sussex Chapter School House. of the Archaeological Society of A PowerPoint presentation Delaware, 2006-10. Bansch will present "The Corbit Tannery - A Delaware Industry Lost In Time." The presentation will highlight the importance of tanneries in Colonial Delaware and describe what a tannery looked like. The historical research during the past year regarding current effort to locate the lost Corbit Tannery in Odessa through ar- chaeological methods will be ton Site in Seaford, Wildcat shown. Manor Site in Dover and the Bansch is an avocation- Seawall Restoration Project at al archaeologist who lives in Fort-Delaware. Townsend. The Speaker Series continues He has participated in various on Nov. 21, Jan. 16, March 20 and archaeological projects during May 5. the past seven years, including For more information about the Roosevelt Inlet Shipwreck the Archaeological Society Project in Lewes, Aver 's Rest Of Delaware, go to www.dela- Site in Rehoboth, Cannon-Mas- READY FOR SCHOOL SUBM~ED PHOTOS A GROUP OF REHOBOTH communWy organizations including Re- hoboth Sunrise Rota yi Committee at Brandywine Senior Uving Seaside Pointe, Epwo~h United Methodist Church and CAMP Re- h~th, spearheaded ~ Donna Winegar, Bran~wine executive &rector, re~ly donated items .for and packed: more than 50 backpacks for kin.; dergarten through clOth-grade students in WestRehoboth; Pictured are Brandywine Senior Living empl~ees (!'r) Winegar; trans- portation manager Ral~ Wood and dining serv~es director Pam Bar- nette packing up the backpacks for detiv~ to thespis: OLDEN technologies your Highway 9, 4 miles east of Georgetown 302.856.6365 FURNITURE FROM JUST Brandywine Senior Living at Seaside Pointe sponsors the Seaside Pointe Kindness Committee, which regularly performs acts of kindness throughout the area. This year the committee assembled backpacks for children in the community as they begin the new school year. Shown are members of-the Seaside Pointe Kindness Committee (I-r) Karen Dre- scher, Wilrna Fye, Jeannie Elgin and Joan Selleck. Not pictured ,is Kind- ness Committee member Betty Shubert. Jazz ,itm Coming September 26 and a!lablo for2 weeks/+ Ca![645,7700 for adverhsi. Community-based Organizations and nonprofit organizations in. Delaware are eligible to apply for funding for programs that address at least one of the following goals of A Plan for a Tobacco-Free Delaware: Prevent tobacco use among young Delawareans through age 24 Increase the number of Delawareans who stop using tobacco products Reduce routine exposure to Environmental Tobacco Smoke Decrease the social acceptability of tobacco use Maintain Delaware's position of leadership in comprehensive tobacco prevention to sustain existing progress and efforts Strengthen and expand indoor air policies Implement or expand no smoking policies September 12, 2013---Deadline for submission of application/proposal Additional information and grant applications are available on the American Lung Association website,, or by calling them at 302-737-6414. DELAWARE HEALTH AND SOCIAL SERVICES Division of Public Health Tobacco Prevention and Control Program These grants are made possible by tobacco settlement money from the Delaware Health Fund.