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44 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15 - MONDAY, OCTOBER 18, 2021 BUSINESS & REAL ESTATE Cape Gazette ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS Maria Childers-Reed, M.D. New Office. Same Exceptional Care. Brand New Facility. 18068 Coastal Hwy, Lewes (next to HomeGoods) PEDIATRICS Book today at AspiraHealth.net (302) 567-1500 Voted Best Pediatrician in Sussex County WSFS Bank Senior Vice President and Community Strategy Director Vernita Dorsey and Corporate Giv- ing and Financial Literacy Director Robert Juliano visited the Milton Community Food Pantry Sept. 20, the last day of its food distribution from Goshen Hall. The pantry is moving tem- porarily to Water’s Edge church on Route 16. Dorsey leads the WSFS Cares Foundation in support of local community groups and wanted to see firsthand the impact the pantry has on the community. Leading the tour of its operations were Donna Mu- rawski, president; Lawrence Bivens, vice president; Tom DiOrio, board member, spe- cial projects; and Ken Sosne, food rescue and development volunteer. Murawski and other pantry leaders thank the WSFS team for coming by to see the work done in support of individuals experiencing food insecurity. To learn more, go to milton- pantry.org. WSFS Bank officers visit Milton food pantry SUBMITTED PHOTO TOURING THE MILTON COMMUNITY FOOD PANTRY operation are (l-r) Robert Juliano, WSFS Bank; Donna Murawski, pantry president; Vernita Dorsey, WSFS Bank; and Ken Sosne, pantry representative.