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28 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, October 10 - October 16, 1997 Successful retirement topic of Del Tech seminar Oct. 16 If you're between 30 and 50. it's time to start asking yourself questions such as: "'Where will I live when I grow older? Where will the money come from?" A half-day seminar addressing topics including those above - which are among the most serious problems seniors face - will be held by CHEER on Thursday, Oct. 16. at Delaware Technical & Community College. "'This is a free seminar tbr the retired and those contemplating retirement." said Sturges Dodge, CHEER social services specialist. "'Our speakers on investing, plan- ning. programs and services will have much to say on how to make retirement secure and enjoyable." The conference will be held t'rom 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in Delaware Tech's Partnership Cen- ter (formerly the Higher Educa- tion Building), Rooms 540 A-F. It is the western-most building on the campus located at the intersec- tion of Routes I 13 and 18/404. The keynote speaker at 9:10 a.m. will be Irv Levitt, who will discuss "'Social Security and Medicare in Your Future." Levitt is a retired district manager in Delaware for the Social Security Administration and is active in a wide range of state organizations, including the Dover Friends of the Library and the Board of Nursing. He is a former Dover City coun- cilman and widely renowned as a speaker on retirement topics. The speaker at 10 a.m. will be Southern Coastal AARP chapter holds strong opening meeting Nearly 100 AARP members, age 50 and older, gathered at the South Coastal Library in Ocean View on Sept. 11 to organize a new AARP Chapter on the south- ern coast in Delaware. Ted Ressler, AARP's state co- ordinator for community opera- tions and Georgiana Calabrese, who spearheaded the drive to or- ganize the new chapter, led the meeting. Calabrese recruited 14 volunteers to serve as the new chapter's steering committee which will meet next on Thurs- day, Oct. 16, at 1 p.m. at Southern Coastal Library. At the meeting, an operation plan will be devel- oped and a newsletter distributed that outlines the committee's ac- tivities. AARP members are wel- come to join the pending chapter. For further information, call Cal- abrese at 539-1776. AARP organizes SALT Council The Delaware AARP and other agencies have joined together to form Seniors and Lawmen To- gether (SALT), a community council which fosters program that fight crime against the elder- ly. The new council headed by three executive officers, chairman Mary Ann Hook of RSVP, vice- chairman Lewis Briggs of the Delaware state police and treasur- er Rich Harper of CHEER, will soon design a survey for Sussex County seniors to ascertain atti- tudes about crimes against seniors in Sussex County. The group, which plans to make several pre- sentations to area civic groups, is looking for additional volunteers. AARP members as well as other seniors are invited to attend the SALT Council's next meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 21 at 10 a.m. at the Wilmington Trust Conference Room in the Sussex County office building on Route 13 in George- town. The members of the present council are also available for pre- sentations to local groups. i i COMMUNITY FIHAHGIAL IIDUISORS, L,.O. Fall Semester Financial Seminars Tuesday Oct. 21st 6-9 PM Financial Independence for Small Business owners The seminar will be held at the Boardwalk Plaza Hotel, Rehoboth Fee: $25 per seminar which covers the cost of dinner which will be provided. For information or reservations please call Alex Yearly at Community Pride Financial Advisors 302-227-2939 attorney David Baker, who will discuss estate planning and chari- table giving. Baker has 20 years experience in private practice, specializing in wills, trusts and es- tate planning. Alan Peters, president of Alan Peters Associates, will speak at 1 I a.m on "'Planning, Investment and Retirement." Peters, an adjunct professor at Wilmington College who appears regularly on WDEL Financial Talk Radio, has more than 30 years of experience in in- vestment planning, pensions and financial consulting. At !1:50 a.m., Dodge will de- scribe the many services that are available to seniors in Sussex County. Dodge studied sociology at the University of Delaware and earned a master's degree in social work from Delaware State Uni- versity. Dodge said the seminar resulted from a meeting she had at CHEER with Arlene S. Littleton. executive director and Richard Harper, deputy director. "In working with seniors, we've found that a common problem they face is the same one we all face from time to time: money," she said. "It affects all quality-of- life issues after retirement - health, housing nutrition, mobili- ty, socializing and leisure. This seminar is the result of that meet- ing. It can assist lblks from varied economic backgrounds make the most of their post-retirement dol- lars. We welcome everyone who is retired or planning to retire." Seating for this seminar is limit- ed, so advance registration is en- couraged. To register, call Dodge at 856-5187. HAVE YOU BEEN INJURED? AIENT LY]ICI00ARR A T T 0 R N E Y S A T L A W lifO FEE UNLESS RECOVERY In Lewes 645-4545 In Wilmington (800) 773-2599 "q4rhere the only thing we overlook is the ocean." Serving Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner- Complete Wine List Here is a sampling from the Dinner Menu: Center-cut New York strip steak, charbroiled, topped with a wild mushroom duxell and finished with a Vino Rosso sauce. Sewed with Holstein potatoes and fresh vegetables. Sul wi  UcGuan erodes, Ausba Jumbo gulf shrimp and large sea scallops blackened in traditional New Orleans style and served atop a fine roasted red pepper sauce. Fettucini in a pesto and cream sauce and fresh vegetables finish this entre& Suggemd Win- Sauv'on Blanc, Clo6 du Bots, California walnut stuffing, baked until golden brown and topped with a Grand Marnier sauce. Accompanied by fresh vegetables. Suggested Wine.White Medot, Fotant De France, France The classic combination- broiled cold- I ISalmon, poached in a light fum6 then water lobster tail and charbroiled 8 ounce I I nestled atop fresh asparagus spears, filet mignon, served with lemon rosemary{ [topped with saut6ed jumbo lump orzo and fresh vegetables. I I crabmeat and hollandaise sauce. StufllSurf&Tuffholter*ithcrabimpedalandfiet I {Accomp anied by fresh vegetables and StCfedTTa'T*inlobstefsed*crab, I Ilemon rosemaryorzo, i Suggested Wine- Shiraz, Lindecns, AustraUia [ I Suggested Wine- Podlly Fuisse, Clos Ressier, France I Oven-roasted, full rack of lamb seasoned with 7-grain mustard and bread crumbs, accented with tri-colored sauces and served with wild rice timbale and fresh I vegetables. L Suggested Wine- Medot, Tessera, California *Early Bird Menu available from 5-6 p.m. for $12.95 each. 00ryte, Grace, Sophistication In the Four Diamond Boardwalk Plaza Hotel Olive Ave. & The Boardwalk Rehoboth Beach 227-0615