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Cape Gazette CAPE LIFE FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8 - MONDAY, OCTOBER 11, 2021 61 MEDICARE ANNUAL OPEN ENROLLMENT MidAtlantic Health Plan Advisors, LLC Call Bob or Joan Tremain 302-415-0118 or 302-545-0703 Serving you today, tomorrow & always ... as Plans & your needs change. www.mymedicarebenefitplan.com Work personally with local,independent health insurance agents,Bob & Joan Tremain. Consider your options for Medicare coverage: Medicare Advantage Plans,Prescription Drug Plans,and Medicare Supplements,to determine the optimal combination of benefits,premiums, deductibles,co-pays,and extra benefits to meet your health needs,lifestyle,and budget. October 15th,2021–December 7th,2021 The premier lifestyle magazine of coastal Delaware is now available on local newsstands and online at delawarebeachlife.com The October issue in this issue: • Annual Real Estate Report • Fall Photo Essay • House Movers • and a lot more! Subscribe at delawarebeachlife.com | 302-227-9499 American Portable Mini Storage supports Milton food pantry American Portable Mini Storage Inc. of Millsboro has donated use of a storage shed to the Milton Community Food Pantry for a six-month period. With the sale of the pantry’s previous location, Goshen Hall, it has had to move to Water’s Edge Wesleyan Church, a fa- cility that better handles an open-air drive-through distri- bution model. Water’s Edge is at 13275 Reynolds Road, Milton. The storage unit provided by APMS allows the pantry to receive food at its temporary distribution location and not move it by hand from a remote location to the distribution site. Jeff Burton, owner of Mills- boro APMS, arranged for the unit to be at the temporary location by the end of Septem- ber so the pantry could move seamlessly. As part of their commitment to help serve the communities in which they do business, Burton and his team members operate on a set of core values that includes respect for all people, doing the right thing and giving back. Milton Community Food Pantry thanks American Por- table Mini Storage of Millsboro for its generous donation. Anyone in need of food assis- tance may call Delaware 211 or contact the pantry team at 302- 278-9557. For details about the food pantry and distribution schedule, go to miltonpantry. org. To donate funds, go to the pantry website or degives.org. The Lewes Public Library and Child Inspired Therapy will present a four-part child development workshop series called Tools for Tots, for fami- lies with young children. Workshops will take place directly after story time on the Lewes Public Library patio out- side the children’s wing. While caregivers hear a brief presentation by a mem- ber of Child Inspired’s therapy team and are encouraged to voice concerns or share expe- riences, children are invited to participate in a hands-on, developmentally appropriate activity conducted by one of Child Inspired’s educators. “Many parents of young children, especially first-time parents, are anxious about de- velopmental milestones and worry that they, as parents, are ‘doing it wrong,’” said Jen- nifer Noonan, Lewes children’s librarian. “This is a wonderful opportunity for them to en- gage with child development experts and learn about the wide range of developmental paths that children take. The vast majority of the time, they are doing just fine!” Though offered as a series, the Tools for Tots workshops stand alone, and caregivers and their children may attend whichever ones suit their cur- rent needs.Topics are Creating Sensory Bins, Wednesday, Oct. 13; Sharing and Turn-Taking, Wednesday, Oct. 20; The Power of Providing Choices, Tuesday, Oct. 26; and Potty Training, Tuesday, Nov. 2. All sessions begin at 11 a.m. For a full description and registration information, if applicable, go to delawareli- braries.libcal.com/calendar/ lewes. Some workshops re- quire registration to ensure there are sufficient materials for the group. Child Inspired strives to provide engaging education to families on a variety of de- velopmental and childhood topics, as well as structured, developmentally appropriate social opportunities for chil- dren. These family-centered workshops are meant to en- courage active participation from both children and fami- lies in the community. All workshops are free and approximately 60 minutes long, and will be postponed in the event of inclement weather. Watch the library's Facebook page for an announcement by 9 a.m. on the day of the program if weather is questionable. For information about this program and other children’s programming, call the library at 302-645-2733. Family-child workshops on healthy development to start Oct. 13