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16 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, October 8 - October 14, 1993 Oenilm Marshall photo Shack-a-thon raises money for homeless Tricia Thomas, of Lewes, and Maggie McDonald, of Rehoboth Beach, beth 12, put the finishing touches on their cardbeard house during St. Edmond's and St. Jude's Shack-A- Thon on Saturday. The event, which was held in front of St. Jude's Catholic Church near Lewes, was designed to raise awareness of homelessness, according to Carol Clark, coordi- nator of youth ministry. The youth made their shacks out of cardboard boxes and newspapers. For dinner, they were Jerved peanut butter and jelly sandwiches and broken cook- ies in trash pails. During the night, some of the shacks got flooded when it started to rain. The students raised $425 in donations, which will go to homeless projects, Habitat for Humanity, and Casa San Francisco. Conference on HIV/MDS Oct. 12 in Dover The Annual HIV/AIDS Conference, the state's largest and most diverse HIV/AIDS forum for networking and information sharing, is set for Tuesday, October 12, at the Sheraton Inn in Dover. This 7th annual conferertce, "HIV/AIDS: A Call to Action," is the highlight of HIV/AIDS Awareness Month. The workshops will provide educational and personal renewal for social service professionals, care givers, educators and persons living with HIV. Individuals sessions include, 'Tm Invincible: Changing the Behavior of Adolescents," "Delaware HIV Services to Help Manage Your Life," and "Innovative Outreach for Community Education." Scheduled speakers include Tony Brown, nationally known media interpreter and commentator; Dr. Don DesJarlais, former member of the National Commission on AIDS; and Dr. Richard Keelig, educator and consultant on health issues. The fee for the day program (8 a.m. to 4:15 p.m.) is $25. The evening program targets teachers and nurses who are unable to attend the day session. For more information or to register, contact the Division of Public Health at 739-3032. The Beebe Medical Center Cardiac Rehabilitation Department recently held its ninth annu- al graduation ceremony at Beebe School of Nursing. 52 graduate from cardiac rehab class The Beebe Medical Center Car- diac Rehabilitation Department recently held its ninth annual graduation ceremony at the Beebe School of Nursing. The event was held for the 52 cardiac patients who have com- pleted the cardiac rehabilitation program at Beebe. A medically supervised pro- gram, participants include anyone who has had a heart attack, coro- nary bypass surgery, angioplasty, angina or with a high-risk cardiac history. Cardiac Rehabilitation is by physician referral. This year's class of graduates includes: Edward Allman, Lewes; Richard Anderson, Harbeson; Donald Bailey, Millsboro; Ralph Barwick, Lewes; Robert Bayer, Lewes; Anna Berchock, Mills- boro; Frank Biden, Rehoboth; James Bradley, Lewes; Russell Childress, Rehoboth; Lena Clark, Lewes; Jack Cozamanis, Rehoboth; Clifton Daisey, Rehoboth; Anthony Dipoala, Lewes; Robert Dullea, Rehoboth; Joseph Eckrich, Rehoboth; William Gallery, Lewes; Jane Giordano, Millsboro; George Glascock, Lewes; Andrew Gordish, Lewes; Bernice Green- LNE ENTERTAINMENT THIS WEEKEND FRtDAY- BABIES BLUE SATURDAY- FUNCH Starling at Noon Under the Tent German Food & Fun!! Hours: Monday- Thursday 11:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday - 11:30a.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday - 8 a.m. to 1 0 p.m. Sunday - 8 a. m. to 9 p.m. Starting October 4: Closed Monday, Tuesday &Wednesday. Directions: Route 2 4 ,o Long  -- -- --I;.0"5F' - - - ] Neck Road. Turn at Pot-Nets. Go straight tothe water. I 4 DinnerEntr6es I For Reservations I 'bk,t'2.SOp.,t,,Mo..-Thu. I L Not valid with claily specials. Expires 10/22/93 II Marina Restaurant at Pot-Ns " Coil 945-0300 ............ .I wood, Ocean View; Betty Harris, Lewes; Warren Hickman, Rehoboth; Billy Hitchens, Ocean View; Steven Hobbs, Rehoboth; John Johansen, Lewes; Milton Keene, Seaford; Joseph Lamarti- ha, Lewes and John Lank, Mills- boro; Ronald Lankford, Rehoboth; Grace Lehman, Lewes; Samuel Lesher, Millsboro; Car- men Leto, Lewes; William Lucas, Lewes; Mildred Lykens, Mills- boro; Stephen Marcinizyn, Mills- boro; Joseph Matzuras, Millsboro; James McCeney, Lewes; Caroline Moulder, Lewes; Earl Norris, Millsboro; Clayton Perry, Georgetown; Arthur Pressl, Rehoboth; Robert Rotz, New Cas- tle; Denice Russ, Milford; Viola Ryan, Millsboro; David Shields, Frankford; William Stack, Milton; Marie Stoops, Millsboro; John Ware, Lewes; Calvin Warrington, Millsboro; Elizabeth Wilson, Ocean View; Charles Wolfer, Millsboro, and Frank Wright, Millsboro. (OlmtR BAKERY i@ DELl HWY 1 8" SALISBURY ST., DEWEY BEACH, DE 19971 .... N SELBYVILLE, DE Lloyd Flanders OUTDOOR WICKER All Remaining Summer Furniture, In Stock, 1/2 oFF Tropitone Ficks Reed Lloyd Flanders 436-8205 Selbyville, DE 9-5Mon. - Sat.