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October 9, 1998

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30 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, October 9 - October 15, 1998 iiii _ Michael Short photo Sussex recognizes Residents' Rights Residents' Rights Week is designated each year to increase awareness of the rights of residents who live in long term care facilities. This year Residents' Rights Week is being observed on Oct. 4 through 10. The purpose of this annual observance is to increase awareness of, focus attention upon, and renew the commitment to residents' rights. Each year, the residents at Harbor Healthcare & Rehabilitation Center schedules a vari- ety of activities that promote those rights. As an integral part of this year's celebration, resident council officer Florence Maloney accepted a proclamation on Tuesday, Oct. 6, from Sussex County Council President Dale Dukes, designating Oct. 4-10 as Residents' Rights Week. Other activities sched- uled at Harbor Healthcare included a family council meeting, resident council meeting, residents' rights bingo, a review of residents' rights, music with Bill Earl and his men's chorus, voter registration and a residents' rights inservice for Harbor Healthcare employees. Anyone interested in more informa- tion about residents' rights or volunteer opportunities may call activity director Olive Ward at 645-4664. Mini Grand Prix returns to Rehoboth The Arthritis Foundation, Delaware chapter, will host the racing of the second annual mini Grand Prix event in Rehoboth Beach, Saturday, Nov. 7, at Jungle i Jim's Adventure World. The min- istyle Indy cars are purchased by companies and/or organizations and will compete throughout the day beginning at 9 a.m. and end- ing about 4 p.m. "This has been an extremely popular and successful event in Wilmington for five years and in Rehoboth for one year, raising sig- nificant funds for the Arthritis Foundation," said Laurie McArthur, president of the Delaware Chapter. "This event will continue to help us support the many services we provide to people in Sussex County," added Harry Lynch Jr., a resident of both Sussex and New Castle counties and honorary lifetime board mem- ber of the chapter. The cost to participate in the race as a car sponsor is $2,500. In return, sponsors receive a five- horsepower mini-Indy-style go cart which they keep. Sponsors al- so receive a helmet and tickets to the Prix race party which will be held the night before the race on Nov. 6. Each five-man team will attend a driver's school prior to the race to satisfy insurance re- quirements, also provided to each team by the foundation. For any Savannah Animal Hospital Invites yourA to our l Oth Anniversary OPEN HOUSE Saturday, October 17 * 11 a.m., 3 p.m. Children's " Petting Zoo! Pet/Family Pictures with Santa! Fun Fr All! Lunch will be served! sponsor-who has raced in any of dance. The number of cars racing the mini grand prix events and will be limited, so early registra- who already have a car, the cost to tion is suggested, participate is $1,500, which in- To register, or for more infor- cludes entry and the party atten- marion, call 800-292-9599. Nominations sought for Trailblazer Award Nominations arenow being,accepted for the 18th annual Trailblazer Award. The award recognizes a' professional woman in Delaware Who, by demonstrating outstanding personal achievement in her field or com- munity, has enhanced the visibility and stature of Delaware women. The deadline for submitting a nominee is Nov. 14. For details on placing a nomination, call Shirley Seibert at 302-999-3172. Read Selections From The Cape (00tazette00 On-Line 90 DAYS SAME AS CASH FREE LOCAL DELIVERY FREE REMOVAL OF OLD BEDDING Symbol* Comfort Rest 5 year warranty Twin Set $149 F., Set $1e9 Queen Set $219 SymboP Aruba 15 yr warranty Twin Set $319 Fu, Set 9 Queen Set S,129 lmj Set $599 Symbol* Posture lO year warranty Twin Set $189 Full Set $229 Queen Set $279 Restonie Chirotonic Firm or Piliowtop 10 year N.P.R. MnSet $339 Full Set $409 Queen set $459 King,Set $619 Symbol Moonlight 15 year warranty Twin Set $209 Full Set $259 Queen Set $319 King Set $469 Restonic Sanibel Rim or PIIIoop 15yearN.P.R. rwset 9 Full Set $429 leen Set $499 i .gset Symbol' Delphi X 20 year warranty 1"win Set $279 Full Set $329 Queen Set $389 King Set 79 Restonic Chalet Plush 15 year N.P.R. Full Set $459 Queen Set 9 ng Set . Restonic Restonic' Radiance 'Esteem FullSet $,539 :ull Set $629 Queen Set $649 Queen Set $739 King Set $869 King Set $95____9 Why Distincti0n.,,. tr Pay 20,earN.P.R. FUll set $729 " More? Queen Set $829 King Set $103g Vitll Special Thanks to: BAYER AGRICULTURE DIVISION/ANIMAL HEALTH HILL'S PET NUTRITION, INC. * A.J. BUCK & SON MERIAL LIMITED * PicTures BY LLOYD LEE HEIGHT  web.ter furmture