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T ,v CAPE GAZETTE - Tuesday, October 10 - Thursday, October 12, 2006 - 29 Memory Walk expected to generate $80,000 The Delaware Valley chapter of the Alzheimer's held its 2006 Memory Walk at The Grove park in Rehoboth Beach Sept. 30. More than 300 walkers participat- ed at the Rehoboth Beach walk to raise what is expected to be $80,000. Jamie Magee, Georgetown branch manager, said $67,000 has been turned in so far, but more is coming in. Memory Walk is the Alzheimer's Association's national signature event to help those coping with Alzheimer's disease. Since 1989, the nation's largest event support- ing Alzheimer's care and support Volunteer CJ. O'Shell'leads the walkers ln a warm-up rou- services has raised more* than tine prior to the walk. Below, walkers begin their 5K walk, Steven Billups photos $200 million, led by the ,Veter of Foreign War District 4 Honor Guard. Presenting a plaque to volunteer Tawnya Dennis, center,  are Georgetown branch office manager Jamie Magee, left, and Wendy Campbell, president of the Delaware Valley chap- ter. The plaque is in appreciation for her organization of the Rehobeth Beach Memory Walk since 1997. Family caregiver training set for Oct. 12 The Alzheimer's Association Delaware Valley chapter will conduct a family caregiver training session from 8:30 a.m. to 4:40 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 12, at Brandywine Assisted Living, 100 Seaside Blvd., Rehoboth Beach. The free workshop will provide help to caregivers and family mem- bers of people with Alzheimer's disease or related disorders to cope with everyday and long-term needs of their impaired relative. Topics will include a medical overview, legal and financial issues, communica- tion, behaviors and activities of daily living, and community resources. Lunch will be provided. Seating is limited. Preregistration is required by calling854-9788 or ............... the 24-hour Contact Center/Helpline at 800-272-3900. When my doctor said it was time for knee replace- ment surgery, I knew I could count on Bayhealth. They took care of everything from pre-surgery education through rehabilitation and had me back on my feet in no time. Bayhe, a,hs orthopedic surgeons are experts in the latest techniques, inctudir minimally invasive surgery. Both the Center for Orthopedics at Kent General and the Total Joint Center at Milford Memorial provide exceptional care. And, the inpatient and outpatient therapy services at Bayhealth help patients recover more quickly. Bayhealth provides high-quality care and the latest in technology. 00Ba00hea/th Orthopedics and Rehabi/itation bayhealth.org T ,v CAPE GAZETTE - Tuesday, October 10 - Thursday, October 12, 2006 - 29 Memory Walk expected to generate $80,000 The Delaware Valley chapter of the Alzheimer's held its 2006 Memory Walk at The Grove park in Rehoboth Beach Sept. 30. More than 300 walkers participat- ed at the Rehoboth Beach walk to raise what is expected to be $80,000. Jamie Magee, Georgetown branch manager, said $67,000 has been turned in so far, but more is coming in. Memory Walk is the Alzheimer's Association's national signature event to help those coping with Alzheimer's disease. Since 1989, the nation's largest event support- ing Alzheimer's care and support Volunteer CJ. O'Shell'leads the walkers ln a warm-up rou- services has raised more* than tine prior to the walk. Below, walkers begin their 5K walk, Steven Billups photos $200 million, led by the ,Veter of Foreign War District 4 Honor Guard. Presenting a plaque to volunteer Tawnya Dennis, center,  are Georgetown branch office manager Jamie Magee, left, and Wendy Campbell, president of the Delaware Valley chap- ter. The plaque is in appreciation for her organization of the Rehobeth Beach Memory Walk since 1997. Family caregiver training set for Oct. 12 The Alzheimer's Association Delaware Valley chapter will conduct a family caregiver training session from 8:30 a.m. to 4:40 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 12, at Brandywine Assisted Living, 100 Seaside Blvd., Rehoboth Beach. The free workshop will provide help to caregivers and family mem- bers of people with Alzheimer's disease or related disorders to cope with everyday and long-term needs of their impaired relative. Topics will include a medical overview, legal and financial issues, communica- tion, behaviors and activities of daily living, and community resources. Lunch will be provided. Seating is limited. Preregistration is required by calling854-9788 or ............... the 24-hour Contact Center/Helpline at 800-272-3900. When my doctor said it was time for knee replace- ment surgery, I knew I could count on Bayhealth. They took care of everything from pre-surgery education through rehabilitation and had me back on my feet in no time. Bayhe, a,hs orthopedic surgeons are experts in the latest techniques, inctudir minimally invasive surgery. Both the Center for Orthopedics at Kent General and the Total Joint Center at Milford Memorial provide exceptional care. And, the inpatient and outpatient therapy services at Bayhealth help patients recover more quickly. Bayhealth provides high-quality care and the latest in technology. 00Ba00hea/th Orthopedics and Rehabi/itation bayhealth.org