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! CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, October 31 - November 6, 1997 - 29 Angle Moon photo The Kiwanis Club of Rehoboth Beach recently bestowed the Charles S. Horn Jr. Award for Outstanding Service on three members, two of whom are seated above, Norm Bennett (left) and Harvey Moore. Jim Prenger (below), was also a recipient. Shown with the recipients are (l-r) Jim Rasa, governor of Kiwanis Division II; Bill Gibson, president; and member Jim Horn. The award is named after Horn's father. Rehoboth Kiwanis Club presents annual Horn Memorial Awards The Kiwanis Club of Rehoboth Beach has honored three of their members with the 1997 Charles S. Horn Jr. Award for outstanding service to the community• Recog- nized for their achievements are Harvey Moore, who entered the club in March 1983; Jim Prenger, who joined in December 1984 and Norm Bennett, who became a member in July 1985. Moore has served on many committees, including hospitality, citizenship services, youth ser- vices, "K-news," membership and Sunshine• He has been vice chair- man of hospitality, "K-news" and membership, and chairman of membership and Sunshine• Moore has also served on the club board of directors and for the past six years has been a member of the foundation board of trustees. Prenger has served on commit- tees, including citizenship ser- FalC earance Sa Obituaries Continued from page 28 Pangaro of Kensington, Md•, Therese of Ellensburg, Wash., Jeanne Bolton of Columbia, Md., Deborah of Accord, N.Y., and Margaret Votta of Providence, R.I.; three brothers, John of Mer- rick, N.Y., Walter of North Car- olina and William of Pennsylva- nia. Services were held at St. Agnes Church, Rockville Centre, with burial in Holy Cross Cemetery in Brooklyn. Contributions are suggested to the Francis P. Martin Memorial Fund at the University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame IN 46556. Ophelia Joiner, former nurse Ophelia Joiner, 85, formerly of vices, interclub, membership, spiritual aims and general fundraising. He has been vice chairman and chairman of membership and has been a member of the club board of di- rectors. In the past 10 years, Prenger has served in the PRENGER club founda- tion as secretary, vice president, chairman-elect, and for four of those years as foundation chair- man. Bennett has also served on sev- • erai committees, including spiritu- al aims, public relations, and, dur- ing its four-year existence, the committee of tutors for high school students. He has been vice Lewes, died of heart failure in Jeanne Jugan Residence, Newark, where she had resided for seven years. Mrs. Joiner was a homemaker and practical nurse in Maryland years ago. She was a former mem- ber of St. Edmond's Catholic Church, Rehoboth Beach, and its Blessed Virgin Mary Sodality. She was preceded in death by her husband, Charles W., in 1978. She is survived by a son, David J. of Dover; two daughters, Helen I. Usilton of Smyrna and Hilda Sanyour of Melbourne, Fla.; three sisters, Elizabeth Richardson of Easton, Md., Henrietta Maloney of Milford, and Ellen Lazzeri of Smyrna; three brothers, John F. Connelly of Baltimore, Charles A. Connell of Warren, R.I•, and Harrison B. Conneily of Seaford; four grandchildren and three great-grandchildren• A Mass was held at Jeanne Ju- gan Residence with burial in chairman and chairman of public relations and vice chairman of spiritual aims, and for the past six years, has served as chairman of spiritual aims. All three men have performed other services as well. Moore and Prenger have been active in the hippotherapy program and Ben- nett has helped in the scouting program, including taking scout's on sailing and camping excur- sions. All three have assisted in annual tasks, including the setting up and taking down of the creche figures, delivery of church posters, clean-up detail at the Scout House as well as a number of other special assignments• The award, which has come to be known as the "Kiwanian of the Year" award, is bestowed annual- ly on the person or persons demonstrating leadership and in- spirational commitment• Lewes Presbyterian Cemetery, Lewes• Contributions are suggested to the Jeanne Jugan Residence, • Newark, DE. Katharine B. Smith Greenwood homemaker Katharine B. Smith, formerly of Easton, Md., and Rehoboth Beach, died Saturday, Oct. 25, 1997, of a cerebral hemorrhage at the Kent General Hospital, Dover. Mrs. Smith was a homemaker. Her husband, Robert T. III, died in 1990. She is survived by a son, Robert T. IV of Pittsburgh; a daughter, Lois Jamison Smith of Lewes; and three grandsons. 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