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Front & (enter Bridln Reynolds-Hughes photo Annual Cookie Walkset for Saturday, Dec. 7, in Rehoboth Homemade cookies for a good cause will be available at the annual Cookie Walk, held at the Westminster Presbyterian Church, on Saturda Dec. 7, from 9 m. to 1 p.m. The Cookie Walk is a fundraiser for the Board of Deaeons charitable funds. Shown are (l-r) Virginia Noll, Sally Jones, Ruth Logue, Sarah Ortolani, Barbara Hatch, Betty Parks and Bernice Bellinger at Westminster Presbyterian, located at 301 King Charles Ave. in Rehoboth Beach. United Way agencies earn award for community input Latin American Community Center Inc. and The Salvation Army received the Community Impact Award at United Way of Delaware's Annual Meeting held earlier this year. It has recognized the two agen- cies for exemplifying United Way's spirit of philanthropy, com- munity building efforts, commit- ment to results and exceptional service to United Way of Delaware and the community. Latin American Community Center Inc. and The Salvation Army were the first organizations chosen to receive the new Com- munity Impact Award, for demon- strating that they have achieved significant results for their clients and for exemplifying a long- standing commitment to the com- munity. Both organizations received a $1,000 check and a recognition plaque. "They showed outstanding commitment to making it work, despite having to overcome barri- ers like limited resources and an increased staff workload," said Charles W. Anderson, United Way of Delaware president and chief professional officer. In addition, both organizations showed an ear- ly commitment to develop a sys- tem of measuring results, and they have multiple community-service programs. Through its Community Impact Fund, United Way of Delaware currently provides financial sup- port to 145 crucial health and hu- man service programs in and Gutter Cleaning Remove & Bag All Debr,s Check & Washout Downspouts Hot Water House Washing Roofs, Decks & More... Free Estimates Senior Discounts Licensed & Insured Delaware. United Way coordi- nates the charitable giving of em- ployers and employees at over 1,000 Delaware workplaces every year, raising millions in support of its full and affiliate health and hu- man service member agencies and touching the lives of one in three Delawareans. Dixon serving with 2nd Tank Battalion Marine Corps Staff Sgt. Jon Dixon recently reported for duty with the 2nd Tank Battalion, 2rid Marine Division, at Camp Leje- une, N.C. Dixon is a 1994 gradu- ate of Cape Henlopen High School. West graduates from Army training Army National Guard Pvt. Oliver R. West has graduated from the food service specialist advanced training course at Fort Lee, Petersburg, Va. West was trained to perform preliminary food preparation procedures ac- cording to Army production schedules and recipes; cook, bake and serve food in large and small quantities, field and garrison kitchen operations and general operation of Army dining facili- ties. West is the son of Oliver R. and Lizzie A. West of Milton, and a 2001 graduate of Sussex Techni- cal High School. Campbell completes USAF basic training Becky A. Campbell, the daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Jay Campbell of Lewes, recent- ly graduated from basic training at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, CAMPBELL Texas. She has now reported for special training in Security Forces at Lackland. Campbell is a graduate of Cape Henlopen High School. Local cadet Bunting graduates from USMA Cadet Brian Matthew Bunting, grandson of Edgar and Florence Catheli of Millsboro, graduated from the U.S. Military Academy on June I. While at West Point, he concentrated his studies in civ- il engineering. He was commis- sioned a second lieutenant in the U.S. Army upon graduation. -- C01rC0t'C0'ClIL *0uPON C0UM tll( - c - ,-- ,-