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28 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Nov. 19 - Nov. 22, 2004 Continued from page 26 Pizza and WAWA Food Market #849; Opening Night Sponsor ECI, Environmental Consultants International Carp. We are especially indebted to Richard Derrickson and Atlantic Management, as well as the com- petent and dedicated staff-of the Movies at Midway. Our over 300 volunteers, including the RBFS Student Film Group and Section Captains Bob Adams, Deb Apple- by, Terry Dunbar, Jean Fleish- man, Roz Fierberg, and Katie Halen, who pitched in during the weeks prior to the festival and were on hand throughout the fes- tival, are the best of the best. With only two and a half paid staff, volunteers and board-mem- bers have always taken up the slack. Finally, kudos to Manag- ing Director Sue Early; she is the -glue that has held the many facets of the Film Society together for the past several years; David Gold, programming director, whose choice of films has been praised by long-time festival at- tendees and newcomers alike, and Rachel Cowart for her hard work in maintaining our continually growing membership. We invite all film-lovers to join us in the New Year as we resume our monthly screenings, present a Katherine Hepburn Retrospective over Valentine's Day weekend, and host a gala fundraiser in April. Meanwhile, continue to share your suggestions and ideas with us, and visit us at rehoboth- film.com. Cheers to you all, and many thanks, Beth Hochholzer President Board of Directors Rehoboth Beach Film Society Rehoboth Film Festival gets better all the time It just gets better and better! This year's Rehoboth Beach Film Festival was wonderful. Thank you to all the board members, volunteers, and sponsors who made this festival a huge success. The quality of the movies was superb. Diversity is one Word that captures the array of films shown and the audiences who viewed them. Although it wasn't a winner, my personal favorite in the Docu- mentary category was "The Agronomist," a story of a radio station broadcaster's efforts to air his message of freedom to the people of Haiti. It provided a glimpse of one man's struggle against repression, hatred, and exclusion of opposing views. It is a reminder of how fortunate we are to live in a free country. Isn't it ironic that radio stations here have broadcasters who air messages with underlying themes that ignore diversity, deride and ridicule anyone or inything that does not conform to their repres- sive image of the world. Hoyte Decker Rehoboth Beach American Legion thanks health fair supporters American Legion Auxiliary Unit 28 recently held our 5th An- nual Health Fair. The fair was free and open to the public. In spite of the rain the turn out was good. The exhibitors were Alzheimer's Association, Ameri- can Cancer Society, Aquacare Re- habilitation, Beebe Medical Cen- ter, CHEER Community Center, Dynamic Physical Therapy, East- er Seals, Eco Quest International, Elegant Images, Healthy For Life, Good Feet Store, Griswold Spe- cial Care Harbor Healthcare, Hearing Association, Man-to- Man Cancer, Nikken Magnets, Peninsula Regional Medical Cen- ter, Sussex Eye, and Signature El- evator Co.,Inc. The lecturers were from American Cancer Society, Dynamic Physical Therapy, Eco Quest International, Healthy For Life  and Sussex Eye. Donna Miller from Signature Elevator Company brought a Handicap Scooter for people to try out. We also had door prizes donated by Tanger Outlet Centers. Grotto Pizza, Happy Harry's, and vari- ous anonymous donors. October was also Breast Cancer Awareness month. We want to say thanks for supporting our com- munity. American Legion Auxiliary Unit 28 Oak Orchard/Riverdale Thanks for Home of Brave contributions Thanks to all the local business- es that contributed to our five- year anniversary fundraiser held Oct. 21 at Brandywine Assisted Living. The amount of $2,900 was raised for Home of the Brave Inc. from the proceeds of the raf- fle and silent auction held. Thanks to the following busi- nesses that helped to make the event a success. We could not have done this without all of you: Delaware Home Health, Tanger Outlets, Home Instead, Super G, Nicola's, Pizza Villa, Department of Labor, Dr. Palmer, Jacqueline Austin, Midway Chiropractic, Dover Downs, True Essence, Matthew Vest, 1776, Tracy Lic- sko, VFW Post 7447, Cape May Ferry, Delaware Symphony, Ruby Tuesday's, Roadhouse, Hampton Inn, Bad Hair Day, Kim Nauman, Adriatico's, Elsie Weistling, Per- fect Nails, Bob Evans. How can I begin to thank the local artists for their kindness? Their time and contributions are greatly appreciated by Georgiann Diest, executive director of Brandywine Assisted Living, my- self, and Home of the Brave Inc. Also, a special thank you goes out to Barbara Gonzon of the Roadhouse Steak Joint, for allow- ing us to have a benefit dinner on Oct. 14. The proceeds were $400 from that dinner. It is people like you who truly make a difference in our community. Our kindest regards to Abraxus, Ruth Valva and Lindsey Richard- son. Kindest regards to the com- munity. Julia Vecehioni Director Community Relations Brandywine Assisted Living Milton Middle students make a difference Some of the Milton senior citi- zens were favored again last week by the students from the Mariner Middle School here in Milton. This makes the sixth year these students, along with their princi- pal, Mike Dmiterchik, and this time, a father of one of the stu- dents, Dan Ware, have come to rake our leaves, wash our win- dows and do other chores that needed to be done. They are such good workers, very polite and courteous. We ap- preciate them very much and look forward to their coming next year. Following is a list of the stu- dents: Shaylor Schrecengost. Wilmarie Torres, Shelby Holding, Carey Ware. Celci Williams, Deb- bie Ryder, Jonathan J. Dukes, Ambre Jones, Ben Steward, Kyle Gill and Anthony Matalawage. Again we say thank you and God bless you! Isabel McGinness Cdeste Helmick Mayme Wingate Marge Camenisch Milton Cape cheerleaders thank community The Cape cheerleaders and their coaches wish to thank Mr. Eli and the Cape Henlopen marching band for being so wonderful this year. Our band inspires us at each game, home and away. They have never sounded better. The drum majors do such a great job work- ing with the cheerleaders each week and we think you guys are all terrific. The band has supported us so much this year and we really ap- preciate it. Thanks so much for being there with us. 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