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,te Cape Gazette CAPE LIFE FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7- MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2014 61 ;or :all Distinguished writing teacher to hold workshop on the novel Nov. 22 Sponsored by the Eastern artist and wife of an American three months. Novelist course, debuted her Shore Writers Association, Kath: diplomat, and, writing as Mary Writers and friends who come first novel, "Til the Well Runs ryn Johnson, a noted writing Hart Perry, an historical series to the talk will be eligible for Dry," with publisher Henry Holt. teacher, will hold a workshop, inspired by the lives of the daugh- prize drawings, including a free The novel made The New York The Extreme Novelist; from 9 to ters of Queen Victoria. Johnson 20-page edit and critique of a Times Sunday Book Review $75 11:30 a.m., Saturday, Nov. 22, at teaches the popular Extreme short story or opening of a novel; short list, was given a starred re- ray the Third Haven Parish Hall in Novelist course for The Writer's an I'm an Extreme Novelist T- view by Booklist, and was chosen for Easton, Md. Center in Bethesda, Md., which shirt; and a selection of three of by "O," The Oprah Magazine for " ry A Maryland author and per- instructs and supports students the speaker's novels, signed for 10 Titles to Pick Up Now. Those ek. sonal writing mentor, Johnson through the process of creating a the winner, wishing to enroll should contact lgs has published over 40 novels rough first draft of a full novel in A number of Johnson's former sweeneygf@aol.com. The fee is m- with major publishers under eight weeks. She will offer a sum- students and private clients have $30 for ESWA members; cost for of a variety of names. Her most mary of the painless and effective gone on to snag literary agents non-members is $40. , recent books include a series of techniques she gives her students and publishing contracts. In :op contemporary thrillers based on that enable them to structure and April 2014, Lauren Francis-Shar- :he the adventures of Mercy O'Brien, draft a complete novel in two to ma, a graduate of her Extreme nd aid Kathryn Johnson Program to brighten holidays for seniors runs Nov. 7 to Dec. 20 Many Kent, Sussex and south- tor of operations of the Home Dec. 20 that feature ornaments ern New Castle county seniors Instead Senior Care office serv- with seniors' first names and who are alone or impoverished ing Kent, Sussex and southern their gift requests. Holiday shop- will receive some holiday cheer New Castle counties."But all too pers can pick ornaments from thanks to the Be a Santa to a Se- often, that's what happens when the trees, buy the items listed nior program, seniors live alone. It can be a re- and return them unwrapped (and Sponsored by the local Home ally tough time of year for them." with the ornament attached) to Instead Senior Care office, the Home Instead Senior Care has the store. program brings together area partnered with Cape Henlopen Be a Santa to a Senior trees will nonprofits, retailers, numerous Senior Center, Modern Maturity be located at Dover Mall, Halp- volunteers and members of the Center, Dover Mall, Halpern Eye ern Eye Associates and Del-One community to provide gifts and Associates and Del-One Credit Credit Union. companionship for lonely and Union to help with the gift col- Program partners and volun- AUTO SALES & SERVICE CENTER 1608 Savannah Rd. Lewes, DE 302-645-5999 www.belowbookauto.com sales@belowbookauto.com MAJOR & MINOR REPAIRS ON ALL MAKES AND MODED isolated seniors, lection and distribution. Program teers will wrap and distribute the "It is heartbreaking to think of officials hope to collect 6,500 gifts to local seniors who might the senior members of our corn- gifts in order to help 3,000 area otherwise spend the holiday munity spending the holidays seniors this holiday season, alone. all by themselves, without any Participating retail locations For more information about gifts or any way to celebrate the will display Be a Santa to a Senior the program, go to BeaSantatoa- season," says Robert Ware, direc- Christmas trees from Nov. 7 to Senior.com or call 302-697-6435. SYN-BLEND OIL CHANGE from s19n with FREE TIRE ROTATION FRONT AND REAR BRAKES STARTING A T s89 CHECK ENGINE LIGHT ON? DIAGNOSTIC SCAN FOR FREE IN-HOUSE FINANCING AVAILABLE - CALL US MISS SUSSEX COUNTY 2015 SUBMITTED PHOTO GEORGETOWN RESIDENT HALEY ROGERS, 5, recently was crowned Little Miss Sussex County 2015. Rogers, the daughter of Mark and Kristy Rogers, earned the recogni- tion during a pageant in Georgetown Oct. 25. She also won the interview and admission awards. Judging of the Sussex County Pageant includes an interview and talent performance, as well as personality, poise, ap- pearance and confidence judging. The pageant, which is affiliated with the Miss Delaware Scholarship Organization, began in 2000 to raise funds for the Make-A-Wish Foun- dation and promote community service. mid-atlantic family practice WELCOMES PAUL AGUILLON, MD Dr. Paul Aguillon will join Daryl Sharman, MD, Brian CaswelI-Monack, DO, and Tracie Roberts, FNP-BC at our Millsboro office ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS Mid-Atlantic Family Practice is pleased to announce that Paul Aguillon, MD will be joining our practice beginning November 1, 2014. Dr. Aguillon will join Dr. Sharman, Dr. CaswelI-Monack, and Tracie Roberts, FNP-BC at our Millsboro location. We are currently scheduling appointments for patients of all ages for him. Dr. Paul Aguillon is Board Certified in Family Medicine. In addition to providing general medical care for patients of all ages, Dr. Aguillon specializes in many Minor Surgical and outpatient procedures. Dr. Aguillon completed medical school at the American University of Antigua in June 2010 and completed his Family Medicine Residency at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School in June 2014. He was honored as Medical Resident of the year upon completion of his residency. Dr. Aguillon is originally from Seaford, Delaware and has moved back to Sussex County with his wife. He enjoys the outdoors, volunteering his time for his charily organization and spending time with his family. Our Millsboro office is located at 28538 Dupont Blvd., Unit 1, Millsboro, DE. To schedule an appointment with Dr. Paul Aguillon please call our Millsboro office at 302-934-0944. Additional information about Mid-Atlantic Family Practice can be obtained on our website at www.mafp.net or by calling our office. i ............. lii lliiii 1I [Hi I ][i=11 ;:[ II 11 ] I I[I