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64 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7 - MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2014 CAPE LIFE Cape Gazette C Republican women to host h liday bake sale The Sussex County Republican how delicious our baked goods Women's Club is holding a fun- are," said SCRWC Thanksgiving draising event, its inaugural Give Holiday Bake Sale Chairwoman Thanks and Shout Bake Sale. Carole Andrejko. All baked goods will be fresh "We could be doing all of your and available in time for the holiday baking for you. Our Thanksgiving holiday and will committee hopes to make this a come from the kitchens ofSCRWC holiday tradition where SCRWC's accomplished bakers we are a reliable resource for who are eager to share their holiday planners." sweets with SCRWC membersProceeds from the bake sale and the public alike, will benefit the Sussex County Among delicious homemade Republican Women's Club's gen- items the club will prepare are eral fund. iced pumpkin cookies, cranberry It is the mission of the Sussex pistachio cookies, biscotti, pecan County Republican Women's chocolate fudge, assorted breads Club to assist in the election of and a pumpkin roll. All orders Republican candidates, act as should be made by Wednesday, advocates for the Republican Nov. 12. To place an order call party's principles and to el- Gale White at 644-0777. power women to participate in "We are calling this our Give the political process. Thanks and Shout sale because For more information call Gale you will shout with joy on White, 644-0777 or go to scrwc. Thanksgiving when you taste net. SUBMITTED PHOTO SUSSEX COUNTY REPUBLICAN WOMEN'S CLUB Thanksgiving Holiday Baking Committee members (I-r) Gale White, Bake Sale Chairwoman Carole Andrejko, Pal Fitzgerald and Joanne Townsley hold the sign made for their delicious holiday bake sale. Briefly )) Craft fair to take place Nov. 8in Long Neck Lakeside Community Home Owners Association is sponsor- ing a craft fair from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 8, at Lakeside Community Center off Long Neck Road in Long Neck. Featured will be 31 crafter and home-based businesses. Items available for sale will be scarves, photography, jewelry, knitted items, dolls, Christmas at the Beach, handcrafted wood items, sea glass, Christmas crafts, sewing items, oil art works, hand- painted slate items and crafted wreaths, candles, Celebrate Ev- ery Day Dried Dips, jams and iellies, American doll clothes, and handbags. The association will offer a cafe where lunch can be pur- chased. Included are homemade baked goods and freshly baked apple pies along with take-home containers of homemade soups. A Chinese auction to benefit the mentoring program at Long Neck Elementary School will also be held. Only Full Apparatus Studio in Sussex County Group Mat & Reformer Classes Highly Qualified Instructors Call for a FREE Consultation 698- 5201 www.foreverfitfoundation.com :oh t m Trash & One Red Call. Does It All. See all those red trash cans at the end of your neighbor's driveways? They switched to Peninsula and saved, now you can too. Grab your trash renewal netice and then call Peninsula. Roger H. Coletti, MD, FACC, FSCAI Interventional Health. P.A. Clinical and Interventional Cardiologist Over 30 years Angioplasty experience Dr. Coletti has been a part-time resident of Lewes for the past 9 years and is now relocating to Lewes. He is a board-certified interventional cardiologist and an active staff member at Beebe Healthcare. As an interventional cardiologist he performs cardiac catheterization, angioplasty and stent procedures. He also performs interventional treatment of leg arteries and veins including laser treatment of varicose veins. He is board-certified in nuclear cardiology to perform and interpret nuclear stress tests. He received his cardiac training at Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center in New York City and Westchester County Medical center where he became the first fellowship-trained interventionalist in the New York metropolitan area. He has been involved in the development of new cardiac devices and has proctored many cardiologists on the use of several devices. He is actively involved in clinical cardiology managing blood pressure, cholesterol, heart failure, coronary artery and valve disease. He is an advocate for early screening of patients who have no symptoms but may be at risk for coronary artery disease. His focus is to help the patient fully understand his or her health issues and seek solutions that can be maintained taking into account cost containment for necessary medications. His office is at the Red Mill Center, 16529 Coastal Highway, suite 125 where he can perform a full range of cardiac and vascular testing and imaging. He is now taking new patients. The office number is (302) 645-1500. Fax (302) 258-0864. +i,!~ ( B S P r( ,d t] c Iq P b n n d t] q s V tl c h k k g I c / a 1 (3 r e c r t il t d I 3 t: ) E I g t t 3 ( t I t