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Cape Gazette CAPE LIFE FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7 - MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2014 7~1 Monument dedication in County During November, the De- and who die while living in state New Castle County at the Baylor partment of Health and Social facilities are buried there. The Potter's Field between the Baylor Services continues its dedica- cemeteries are the responsibility Women's Correctional Institute tion of monuments bearing the of DHSS. and DHSS' Herman Holloway names of individuals buried at public servants, it is our Campus in New Castle. The Delaware's three Potter's Fields responsibility to honor the indi- monument at Bayl0r Potter's as a way to further honor the vidual citizens interred in each Field, established in 1979, has the memory of each person, of our Potter's Fields and to hold names of about 700 individuals Sussex County Potter's Field at them in our memories," Landgraf buried there, including clients the Stockley Center, 26351 Patri- said. "Each of these monument of the former Delaware State ots Way, Georgetown, which was dedication ceremonies will bring Hospital, now known as the Del- established in the 1900s, will have additional comfort to the families aware Psychiatric Center. a dedication ceremony at 1:30 and friends of these individu- The Kent County Potter's Field p.m., Monday, Nov. 17. The monu- als, and further show that these at the at the Delaware Hospital ment has the names of more than individuals' lives had meaning for the Chronically Ill in Smyrna 140 individuals, and that their loss will be forever was dedicated Nov. 6. The monu- DHSS Secretary Rita Land- commemorated." ment has the names of more than graf said adding the monuments Ceremonies, which are open to 1,000 individuals. shows the reverence for the al- the public, began Oct. 30 with the All three cemeteries are active, most 2,000 individuals buried in dedication of the monument in and the names of individuals who Potter's Fields. Individuals who do not have families, are indigent Learn about coping with financial stress Nov. 14 The Rehoboth Public Library will host a workshop on Coping with Financial Stress from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m., Friday, Nov. 14. The country's current econom- ic problems are a major source of stress for 80 percent of Ameri- cans, according to the American Psychological Association. The retired are trying to live on flexed incomes which don't keep pace with the cost of living. Many are only offered or can afford health insurance with high deductibles. People with solid work histories have been laid off, can't find work and are losing their homes. Col- lege graduates have high student loans and no iob prospects. Financial stress and worries about the future take a hefty toll on people's physical an i emo- tional health. Common signs of stress include: anxiety; difficulty sleeping; depression; feelings of shame, guilt and self-blame; abuse of alcohol and drugs; fam- ily tension and conflict; excessive worry; irritability; and feelings of hopelessness. This kind of stress also gives rise to physical problems such as headaches, high blood pressure, a weakened immune system, and ulcers. Don't face these challenges alone. Come and be with oth- ers also trying to find ways to navigate today's troubled finan- cial waters. Learn about ways to cope with the emotional impact of financial stress. Get practi- cal tips for staying resilient and staying afloat financially. Walk away with a list of available re- sources. Explore the possibility that the new American dream may be less about possessions and more about making caring connections, pooling resources and identifying what really gives life value. To ensure a seat, register by calling the Rehoboth Public Li- brary at 302-227-8044. The cost of the workshop is $5. Finds cancers earlier than 2D mammography alone with a 27% increase in breast cancer detection and a 40% increase in invasive cancer detection. Women with dense breast tissue and/or a family history of breast cancer are ideal candidates for this new technology. Very low X-ray energy is used with 3D mammography with call-backs for additional views reduced by 20-40%. Field set for Nov. 17 are interred at each location will the monument project, said mon- be added to the monument, ey for the monuments came from Dana Chant, cemetery manag- DSS funds. For more information er from DHSS' Division of Social about the Potter's Fields, contact Services who was in charge of Chant at 302-255-9539. Order Your ttolida9 Fresh Free-Range Turkey/ PARTY TRAY@ o FRESH HEAT & @EAFOOD o AND MORE Call for a Full List of our ele tions Call Beebe Healthcare's Pre-Arrival Services at (302) 645-FAST (3278) to schedule your 3D mammogram at the Beebe Health Campus on Route 24 or visit and click on "Request Appointment" in the top menu. Receive comprehensive care from Beebe's Accredited Breast Health program. Screenings such as mam- .mography, colonoscopy, PAP smear, prostate, skin, and lab work should be scheduled according to your age and gender. Ask your primary care physician which screen- ings you need during your annual wellness appoint- ment. Schedule your annual health screenings at a Beebe Healthcare location close by. Visit www.beebehealthcare. org/healthscreening to find out more. Lewes, DE. | ....... Yl['~lqm'~ ~ "1[ i T ~ II]; '