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Cape Gazette Justin's Beach House to hold open house Friends of the Justin W. Jen- nings Foundation recently an- nounced the opening of Justin's Beach House in Bethany Beach. Justin's Beach House is a beauti- ful vacation home for families with cancer. The house was built in honor of Justin W. Jennings, a wonder- ful young man whose life was cut short by brain cancer in 2000. Years of fundraising and the tireless support of the Bethany Beach community helped to Support available for violence victims Support groups are available for women who have experi- enced emotional and physical abuse from their past or current parmer. Call 424-2420 for times and locations of groups. Child care provided at some locations. This group is a Turning Point community service and is free. k Doesn't Mean You Retire from Life Maybe your idea of retirement is having a second career or working part time, volunteering or in- dulging in your favorite hobbies. Doing the things you want to do is what retirement Should be all about. Learn how. For a free, personalized review of your retirement, call your local Edward Jones financial advisor. Janet Maher Financial Advisor 28322 Lewes-Georgetown Hwy., Unit #5, Milton, DE (302) 684-5946 Member SIPC CAPE LIFE make the dream of Just n's Beach House a reality. Jennings loved the beach, and Bethany Beach was a ]very spe- cial place for him and his family. Justin's Beach HouSe will be open to the public from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 2. Take a tour of the house and see the finished product. For more informati about Justin's Beach and The Justin W. Jennings 501(c)3 organizatio L and to make a donation, visit justinjen- Milton to FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1 - MONDAY, OCTOBER 4, 2010 66 Governors" Day The Milton Chamber of Corn- In the 19th century, Milton was honoring Miltonians who faith- merce and the Milton Historical home to five men who became fully served their state and coun- Society invite the public to at- governor. Samuel Paynter (1824- try. tend a luncheon to celebrate 27), David Hazzard (1830-33), The lunch will be catered by Governors' Day in Milton at Joseph MauU (1846) and James Irish Eyes and feature a salad, en- noon, Wednesday, Oct. 6. The Ponder (1871-75), were all gover- tr e, dessert and a selection of event will be held at the Milton nors of Delaware. Miltonian beverages. For more informa- Fire Hall at 116 Front St. Tickets Joseph Maull Carey went on to tion, or to purchase a ticket, call are $20 and will be sold on a become the eighth governor of the Milton Historical first-come, first-served basis. Wyoming (1911-15). Celebrated 684-1010. Tickets can also be This year's special guest will be each fall in Milton, Governors' purchased online at historicmil- Delaware Gov. Jack Markell. Day is a long-standing tradition ' ~L: I Route I Just south of Giant Food II E& ard MAKING SENSE OF INVESTING I