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Cape :ette FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21 - MONDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2Oll 73 Event preview Satul day, aucti, Epwortt Church has thar,_ 20 yc joyful Chr the Cape t trict. Last' more than' gifts of clc baskets tic )n Sunday L United Methodist reached out for more trs to provide a more stmas to families in [enlopen School Dis- ,ear, 88 families with 375 children receiv:ed thing, toys and folod rough the church's Christmas oy program. The major fundralser for this project is Annual Silent Auc- items to the Silent Auction such as restaurant and spa gift certifi- cates, golf and travel packages, theater tickets, home d6cor, art;- holiday decorations, jewelry, women's fashions, toys, gift bas- kets and services such as land- scaping, house cleaning, piano tuning, art and music lessons and pet services. The 2011-edition of the Ep- worth Christmas ornament will be introduced on Sunday with the artist, Geri Dibiase, signing the ornaments from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The ornament combines her photography with the early 1800s Chinese art of Elomise. Each ornament is hand painted ' S " 11 rtstma JQt' Silent Auc!:' y October 9am- lpm Saturday October 22rid 4pm , 6pm KhenF All Sainl Rehoboth ingma m( Senge, fro Oct. 30, in Khenpo pound tion whicl will be held from 9 by a skilled artist using small a m to 1 Nm, Sunday, Oct. 23. brushes, recreating images on Lunch wffl[be offered and Santa the inside of the glass. The entire Claus will on hand for pe@le process takes several days and and pet photos, results in a collectible work of A live auction w~be field 1 art. SUBMITTED PHOTO p.m. while the silent-auction bids The proceeds of the SilentSANTA WILL BE AVAILABLE for photos with pets and people at the Epworth Christmas Joy auctions. Shown here is Santa are being t llied and announ. ed Auction are used to meet each with a shy Ms. Cinnamon. at 1:30 p.m.IRegistration, preview familys request for assistance as December, the tags remaining on food baskets. Then comes the adopt a family should call the and biddin will be held fron 4 given to the school district's so- the Giving Tree are turned over sorting and wrapping of nearly church office at 302- 227-7743. to 6 p.m., S turday, Oct. 22.I cial workers. These wishes ap- to the shopping elves to finish 2,000 items with delivery to the Epworth is at 19285 Holland Each yeak the church comniu- pear as gift tags on the Giving purchasing the gifts as well as families before Christmas ar- .Glade Road, Rehoboth Beach. nity, local r erchants and service Tree for adoption by the congre- the grocery items and food gift rives. For more information visit providerslgenerously donate gation and community. In e ly cards for the families' Christmas Anyone who would like to / have suffered from the terrible Rinpoche, teacher of H.E. Monk to peak to meditation community effects oftheearthquakethat GangtengWulkuRinpoche, was struck Nepal Sept. 18. the main root teacher of the 14th Kenpo Khedup Senge is theDalai Lama and a 1989 Nobel O Khedup S enge to host talk Oct. 30 Hc is welcome to attend: brother of H.E. Gangteng Tulku Peace Prize Laureate. There is a suggested donation Rinpoche, who was recognized For more information on the s' Episcopal Church in Noble Truths, and the Eight Fold of $20, but no one will be turned as the ninth successive body em- teachers, the earthquake relief will host Buddhist Ny- Path. away for lack of money, anation of Pema Lingpa by the efforts or Khenpo Khedup Sen- ,nk Khenpo Khedup His talk will map out why hu- All proceeds from this talk will 16th Karmapa Rangjung Rigpe ge, go to n 1 to 3 p.m., Sunday, man beings suffer and the root be used for the restoration of the Dorje H.H. Dudjom Rinpoche or or All Saints' Parish Hall. cause that leads to suffering, as Gangtey Gonpa Monastery in and H.H. Dilgo Khyentse Rin- KhedupSenge willlex- well as the way of wheel suffer- BhUtan as well as Khenpo poche, hoboth-Beach-Community- dharma of the FOuring, known as samsara. The pub- Khedup's family and friends who The late H.H. Dilgo Khyentse Meditation-Study-Group. ST. ED OND'S YOUTH ATTEND MINISTRY WORK CAMP KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS HOLD SUBMITTED PHOTO THIS SUM~ER, young people from St:Edmond Churchin Rehoboth Beach attended the Pitcher and Basin Catholic Youth Ministry wor]< camp. The eight students and their mentor spent a week on the Eastern Shore of Maryland working on two Habi- tat for Humabity homes. Standing i~ are (I-r) Craig Fanto, Mickey Downs, Daniel Rosa, Louie Capodanno, Vinny Capodanno, Jack Hearn and Trevor A[Idred. Pictured horizontally is their mentor, Dennis Barnes, a Realtor with Coldwell Banker, who donated a week of his time to a~sist and guide the students. " " ROADSIDE CLEANUP DAY SUBMITTED PHOT~ THE BISHOP BURKE COUNCIL No.11285 of the Knights of Columbus con- ducted a roadside cleanup Oct. 1 on Route 24, John J. Williams Highway. The Kn ghts co ected 16 bags and other assorted trash from a two-mile stretchof roadway between the Rock Pile and Route 5, Mt. Joy Rd. For more informatiO~ on the Knights, call Jack McGinley at 302-945-0698 .... Pictured are residents from the Long Neck and Millsboro area in back (I-r) Dan Walker, Jerry McCafferty, nt Bender, Bob McCorfnick, Dave Mancu~g,~ Ed Pardocchi, Lou Portland and Mike Donohoe; in front are Ed Davidson, Charles Smith, Grand Knight Rich Cox and Don Koperwhats ....