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]Ji J illE I[ il I it! ! i 66 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6- MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 2013 CAPE LIFE Cape Gazette CAMP Rehoboth volunteers lend a hand in Habitat's Veteran Build in Georgetown A team of 13 CAMP Rehoboth Volunteer on Vacation vol- unteers turned out Aug. 3 to participate in Sussex County Habitat for Humanity's first Vet- erans Build. -:Volunteers gathered at the Georgetown site for introduc- tions, then the VOV team got to work. The front porch railing was assembled, and the house numbers were hung. Volunteers also mixed and spread mortar, screwed down floorboards and helped with painting and gen- eral cleanup. Volunteers learned from AmeriCorps Site Man- ager Lara Joyce, who provided instruction. *The best part of the day was getting to meet Marl Ellyn Heb lard, a disabled U.S. Air Force veteran. A dedication is planned for Wednesday, Sept. 11, and soon thereafter, Hellard and her two sons will move into their new home. First-time VOV volunteer Deby Daly said," I had a blast!" and Eddy Caldwell added, "I had such a good time. Definitely planning on doing it again." Volunteer on Vacation will once again' partner with Habitat for Humanity Saturday, Sept. 14, this time for A Brush with Kindness, where the crew will renovate the home of a local fam- ily or person in need. The day begins at 8:45 a.m. and will run until approximately 3 p.m. Volunteer on Vacation offers community service opportuni- ties to residents and vacationers. It unites individuals and groups in creating a better community, and is a continuation of the work done by CAMP Rehoboth. To join the VOV team or learn more, contact leslie.sinclair@hotmail. com. Sussex County Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope. For more information about Sussex County Habitat for Hu- manity and how to get involved, visit www.sussexcountyhabitat. org, or email tom@sussexcoun- REHOBOTH BEACH SUNRISE ROTARY INDUCTS NEW MEMBERS SUBMITTED PHOTO THE REHOBOTH BEACH SUNRISE Rotary recently inducted four new members at the club's Friday morning meeting at Kings Creek Coun- try Club. Pictured are (I-r) Rotary Club President Donna Winegar, new member Fay Blake, new member Alison Houck, board member Dick Ce- cil, new member Clay Serman, Foundation Chair Susan Giove and Area Gov. Phil Allen. For information on joining this Rotary club, contact Don- na Winegar at 302-226-8750. SUBMITTED PHOTO PICTURED AT HABITAT FOR HUMANITY'S Veterans Build home are in back (l-r) Ruth Ann Mattingly, Eddy Caldwell; Barbie Butta, Dottie Cirelli, Deb- bie Woods and Jennifer Childears, in middle are Anne Pikolas (holding post), Leslie Sinclair, Mari Ellyn Hellard, Terry Wise and Deby Daly; in front are Sue Goudy, Barb Antlitz and Alice Fagans. SEASIDE JEWISH COMMUNITY An Unaffiliated Welcoming Jewish Congregation invites you to HIGH HOLY DAY Services Holy Day Services will be held at the Epworth United Methodist Church at 19285 Holland Glade Rd., Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971 Yom Kippur Kol Nidre - Friday, September 13, 7:30 p.m. Yore Kippur Day - Saturday, September 14, 10:00 a.m. (includes Yizkor) Activities & services for young people - 10:00 a.m. Study session - 5:00 p.m. Mincha, Neilah & Havdalah services - 6:00 p.m. For more information, contact us: - 302-226-8977 STATIONARY FA YOUR CHOICE only. s399 Jasper Chaise Rocker Lawrence Get a Guaranteed Better Besche Buy! Highway 9, 4 miles east of Georgetown, DE 302.856.6365