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i: CAPE GAZETTE - Tuesday, October 17 - Thursday, October 19, 2006 - 21 Carney to present Outstanding Volunteer Service Awards Lt. Gov. John C. Carney Jr. will celebrate volunteerism in Delaware Tuesday, Oct. 17, by presenting the Governor's Outstanding Volunteer Service Awards to 10 individuals and 11 groups. More than 350 people plan to join the lieutenant governor for a dinner and ceremony at the Sheraton Dover Hotel to honor the rec!pients for their outstand- ing volunteer and community service to Delaware. "I'm pleased and honored to have the opportunity to present these community-minded people with these awards," Carney said. "Volunteerism and community service are so critical in Delaware and the nation. So many people depend upon the good will of neighbors, friends and in many cases, strangers to get them through difficult situations and tough times. Delaware wouldn't be the great place that it is without the outstanding people we are Ca rpe Diem ! Submitted photo Golfers raise funds for United Way More than 100 golfers playing in the third annual Giving on the Greens tournament raised more than $12,000 for United Way of Delaware's Community Impact Fund, Oct. 2, at Baywood Greens. Highlights of the day included a hole-in- one contest with a Mercedes Benz donated by i.g. Burton and a silent auction with prizes donated by local vendors. "The Community Impact Fund is our main source of sup- port for agency programs throughout Delaware," said Drew Langloh, president of United Way of Delaware. "This was our third tournament, and we were able to raise additional awareness this year and contribute significantly to our Community Impact Fund. Our volunteers, sponsors, and golfers came together to create a great experience which will help hundreds of Delawareans in need," he added. Major sponsors for the 2006 tournament included AAA-Mid- Atlantic, DuPont, NKS Distributors, and Wachovia Bank. In- kind services were provided by CI. Baker Photography and Awards, Trophies & More. United Way leaders also urged sponsorship support for next year's tournament, which is likely to take place in October 2007. United Way of Delaware's Community Impact Fund is a unique giving option that allows donors to support 110 local programs addressing a wide range of critical needs such as prenatal care, child abuse prevention, quality child care, employment for adults with disabilities, socialization pro- grams for seniors, and many more. For more information on United Way of Delaware or the Community Impact Fund, visit www.uwde.org or call 302-573-3700. h ttp://scttc.s usse x cou n ty.in fo LIFE .HAPPEI"4S, ESPECIALLY ON A CARPET. SmartStrand TM fiber made with DuPont  Sorona polymer provides permanent stain protection that is built-in so it can never wash or wear off. Unusually tough stains, such as red wine, and coffee vanish with nothing more than warm water and o liltle detergent making clean up a breeze. Come in today to see all the beautiful styles of Mohawk SmartStrand Carpetl I Iooring Plus.--.-- / Sales - Service - Installation Carpet ~ Vinyl - Tile ~ laminates - Wood ~ Cork Expert Steam Cleaning All lpes of Repairs Wescoats Corner & Savannah Road (Across from Happy Harry's) www.fehrenbachs.com Mort. - FrL 10 to 4pro Sat. by App 2 going to honor." This year's award recipients participate in such diverse activi- ties as organizing home tours to raise funds for a library, instruct- ing Delaware residents on disaster preparedness, mentoring children, and making quilts to comfort hos- pital patients. These award recipi- ents are representative of Delaware volunteers who make positive contributions to the First State and inspire others to do the same. The Governor's Outstanding Volunteer Awards are sponsored by the Office of the Governor, Delaware Health and Social Services, the Division of State Service Centers, the State Office of Volunteerism and the Governor's Commission on Community and Volunteer Service. JOBS - GROWING OUR OPPORTUNITIES coo 6 OCTOBER 25, 2006 7:15 am- 1:00 pm Continental Breakfast- Networking Lunch Carter Partnership Center- Delaware Tech - Owens Campus Georgetown, Delaware 302-855-1659 scttc.sussexcounty.info advertisement space donated by the Cape Gazette i: CAPE GAZETTE - Tuesday, October 17 - Thursday, October 19, 2006 - 21 Carney to present Outstanding Volunteer Service Awards Lt. Gov. John C. Carney Jr. will celebrate volunteerism in Delaware Tuesday, Oct. 17, by presenting the Governor's Outstanding Volunteer Service Awards to 10 individuals and 11 groups. More than 350 people plan to join the lieutenant governor for a dinner and ceremony at the Sheraton Dover Hotel to honor the rec!pients for their outstand- ing volunteer and community service to Delaware. "I'm pleased and honored to have the opportunity to present these community-minded people with these awards," Carney said. "Volunteerism and community service are so critical in Delaware and the nation. So many people depend upon the good will of neighbors, friends and in many cases, strangers to get them through difficult situations and tough times. Delaware wouldn't be the great place that it is without the outstanding people we are Ca rpe Diem ! Submitted photo Golfers raise funds for United Way More than 100 golfers playing in the third annual Giving on the Greens tournament raised more than $12,000 for United Way of Delaware's Community Impact Fund, Oct. 2, at Baywood Greens. Highlights of the day included a hole-in- one contest with a Mercedes Benz donated by i.g. Burton and a silent auction with prizes donated by local vendors. "The Community Impact Fund is our main source of sup- port for agency programs throughout Delaware," said Drew Langloh, president of United Way of Delaware. "This was our third tournament, and we were able to raise additional awareness this year and contribute significantly to our Community Impact Fund. Our volunteers, sponsors, and golfers came together to create a great experience which will help hundreds of Delawareans in need," he added. Major sponsors for the 2006 tournament included AAA-Mid- Atlantic, DuPont, NKS Distributors, and Wachovia Bank. In- kind services were provided by CI. Baker Photography and Awards, Trophies & More. United Way leaders also urged sponsorship support for next year's tournament, which is likely to take place in October 2007. United Way of Delaware's Community Impact Fund is a unique giving option that allows donors to support 110 local programs addressing a wide range of critical needs such as prenatal care, child abuse prevention, quality child care, employment for adults with disabilities, socialization pro- grams for seniors, and many more. For more information on United Way of Delaware or the Community Impact Fund, visit www.uwde.org or call 302-573-3700. h ttp://scttc.s usse x cou n ty.in fo LIFE .HAPPEI"4S, ESPECIALLY ON A CARPET. SmartStrand TM fiber made with DuPont  Sorona polymer provides permanent stain protection that is built-in so it can never wash or wear off. Unusually tough stains, such as red wine, and coffee vanish with nothing more than warm water and o liltle detergent making clean up a breeze. Come in today to see all the beautiful styles of Mohawk SmartStrand Carpetl I Iooring Plus.--.-- / Sales - Service - Installation Carpet ~ Vinyl - Tile ~ laminates - Wood ~ Cork Expert Steam Cleaning All lpes of Repairs Wescoats Corner & Savannah Road (Across from Happy Harry's) www.fehrenbachs.com Mort. - FrL 10 to 4pro Sat. by App 2 going to honor." This year's award recipients participate in such diverse activi- ties as organizing home tours to raise funds for a library, instruct- ing Delaware residents on disaster preparedness, mentoring children, and making quilts to comfort hos- pital patients. These award recipi- ents are representative of Delaware volunteers who make positive contributions to the First State and inspire others to do the same. The Governor's Outstanding Volunteer Awards are sponsored by the Office of the Governor, Delaware Health and Social Services, the Division of State Service Centers, the State Office of Volunteerism and the Governor's Commission on Community and Volunteer Service. JOBS - GROWING OUR OPPORTUNITIES coo 6 OCTOBER 25, 2006 7:15 am- 1:00 pm Continental Breakfast- Networking Lunch Carter Partnership Center- Delaware Tech - Owens Campus Georgetown, Delaware 302-855-1659 scttc.sussexcounty.info advertisement space donated by the Cape Gazette