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82 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Nov. 19 - Nov. 22, 2004 Submitted photo Dewey Beach Lions present check T.J. Redefer, left, Dewey Beach Lions Club King Lion, deliv- ers a check for $250 to Sheila Baumgardner, Milton Elemen- tary School principal, and Wendy DiGuglielmo, PTO presi- dent, for their PTO partners program. Redefer said "PTO Partners is a fantastic program that allow business and clubs, like ours, to give our Parent Teacher Organization a little extra help." DiGuglielmo was thrilled with the Dewey Beach Lions Club gift and wanted to make sure that parents know that just by having a student in the Cape Henlopen School District they are a member of the PTO. "By being in- volved we all can make a difference," she noted. AARP hostS Nanticoke's Odette Wright AARP chapter 5340 recent- ly hosted Odette Wright of the Nanticoke Indian tribe, who spoke about the history of the tribe, drummed and sang a prayer song, "Ameri- ca," in the native language. Wright, a director of special events and a missionary in the Peninsula Conference of the United Methodist Church, has worked on the powwow committee since 1977. She also spoke about the opening of the Native Ameri- can Museum in Washington, D.C., during which more than 20,000 American Indians were in attendance. She, along with the Nanticoke chief and other members of the tribe, participated in the parade. Wright also discussed the history of the American Indian Code Talkers of World War I and World War II, and their impact on the outcome of the wars. The chapter met at the Sus- sex Pines Country Club. New members ages 50 and older, are always welcome to at- tend. Donate your car to KARS-4-KI and receive a FREE iiii,!i!i! ii!i!iiil  ii!iiiiiii ili!ilii!il ii!iiiiiil iiiiiiiiiiii iliiii!iil Submitted photo 1 -! 177-KAR, q ;-4-KI DS www.kars4kids.com Maggie Beetz photo Certificates of appreciation presented Brandywine Assisted Living director of communications Julia Vecchioni presents certificates of appreciation to three local artists who participated in Brandywine's five-year an. niversary celebration. Vecchioni said that she wanted to turn the celebration into an event that would make a difference. A silent art auction to benefit Home of the Brave, a shelter for homeless veterans in Milford, was held at the Brandywine Seaside Point facility off Route 1, Oct. 21. The event raised $2,700 and Vecchioni said she is very grateful to the businesses, artists and close to 100 people who contributed to the celebration. To donate to Home of the Brave, contact Vecchioni at 302-226-8750. Standing (l-r) are Home of the Brave director Rich Pokorny, Vecchi0ni, artists Lindsey Richardson, Abraxus and Ruth Val- va and Home of the Brave volunteer Hank Williams. SATURDAY NOVEMBER Z'0 T" 5:00 PM St. John's Episcopal Church 307 Federal Street Milton, DE although an offering will be taken Proceeds from AUCTION NIGHT PT CRUISER 2004 SEBRIN8 CONVERTIBLE HURRY SALE ENDS 201Vl,mflng BN 2005 Town & Country SWB" #C4232 MSRP ................. $19,923 Rebate ................. $3,000 CFC Bonus Rebate ....... $1,000 Military Rebate ............ $500 Discount ................. $500 923 2005 2005 Town & Counlry LX " w/Stow 'N' Go Seating v t MSRP ................. $21,503 CFC Bonus Rebate ....... $1,500 Rebate ................. $1,500 Military Rebate ............ $500 Discount ................. $500 SALE s17,S93 #C5041 MSRP ................. $27,808 Discount ................ $1,750 Rebate ................. $1,500 CFC Bonus Rebate ....... $t,500 Bonus Cash ................ $750 Military Rebate ............ $500 SALE s21.808 S IN *includes all r-q)at( and incentives and CFC Bonus Rebate, owner loyalty and military rebate where applicable. sexba CH RYS LE R--I- T T ....  ]  + [ " " MIIIIBImlII|HIIIIIIIIMIIWIIIIMMM ..... I + |lllllWllllllWlllglllllllitTll]113111111FTl + I : Irllll+-511ITIIMII|I]IITIIIIBIIIIBIIIIIItI']| +I ...... 5I ......... [1  P ] 82 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Nov. 19 - Nov. 22, 2004 Submitted photo Dewey Beach Lions present check T.J. Redefer, left, Dewey Beach Lions Club King Lion, deliv- ers a check for $250 to Sheila Baumgardner, Milton Elemen- tary School principal, and Wendy DiGuglielmo, PTO presi- dent, for their PTO partners program. Redefer said "PTO Partners is a fantastic program that allow business and clubs, like ours, to give our Parent Teacher Organization a little extra help." DiGuglielmo was thrilled with the Dewey Beach Lions Club gift and wanted to make sure that parents know that just by having a student in the Cape Henlopen School District they are a member of the PTO. "By being in- volved we all can make a difference," she noted. AARP hostS Nanticoke's Odette Wright AARP chapter 5340 recent- ly hosted Odette Wright of the Nanticoke Indian tribe, who spoke about the history of the tribe, drummed and sang a prayer song, "Ameri- ca," in the native language. Wright, a director of special events and a missionary in the Peninsula Conference of the United Methodist Church, has worked on the powwow committee since 1977. She also spoke about the opening of the Native Ameri- can Museum in Washington, D.C., during which more than 20,000 American Indians were in attendance. She, along with the Nanticoke chief and other members of the tribe, participated in the parade. Wright also discussed the history of the American Indian Code Talkers of World War I and World War II, and their impact on the outcome of the wars. The chapter met at the Sus- sex Pines Country Club. New members ages 50 and older, are always welcome to at- tend. Donate your car to KARS-4-KI and receive a FREE iiii,!i!i! ii!i!iiil  ii!iiiiiii ili!ilii!il ii!iiiiiil iiiiiiiiiiii iliiii!iil Submitted photo 1 -! 177-KAR, q ;-4-KI DS www.kars4kids.com Maggie Beetz photo Certificates of appreciation presented Brandywine Assisted Living director of communications Julia Vecchioni presents certificates of appreciation to three local artists who participated in Brandywine's five-year an. niversary celebration. Vecchioni said that she wanted to turn the celebration into an event that would make a difference. A silent art auction to benefit Home of the Brave, a shelter for homeless veterans in Milford, was held at the Brandywine Seaside Point facility off Route 1, Oct. 21. The event raised $2,700 and Vecchioni said she is very grateful to the businesses, artists and close to 100 people who contributed to the celebration. To donate to Home of the Brave, contact Vecchioni at 302-226-8750. Standing (l-r) are Home of the Brave director Rich Pokorny, Vecchi0ni, artists Lindsey Richardson, Abraxus and Ruth Val- va and Home of the Brave volunteer Hank Williams. SATURDAY NOVEMBER Z'0 T" 5:00 PM St. John's Episcopal Church 307 Federal Street Milton, DE although an offering will be taken Proceeds from AUCTION NIGHT PT CRUISER 2004 SEBRIN8 CONVERTIBLE HURRY SALE ENDS 201Vl,mflng BN 2005 Town & Country SWB" #C4232 MSRP ................. $19,923 Rebate ................. $3,000 CFC Bonus Rebate ....... $1,000 Military Rebate ............ $500 Discount ................. $500 923 2005 2005 Town & Counlry LX " w/Stow 'N' Go Seating v t MSRP ................. $21,503 CFC Bonus Rebate ....... $1,500 Rebate ................. $1,500 Military Rebate ............ $500 Discount ................. $500 SALE s17,S93 #C5041 MSRP ................. $27,808 Discount ................ $1,750 Rebate ................. $1,500 CFC Bonus Rebate ....... $t,500 Bonus Cash ................ $750 Military Rebate ............ $500 SALE s21.808 S IN *includes all r-q)at( and incentives and CFC Bonus Rebate, owner loyalty and military rebate where applicable. sexba CH RYS LE R--I- T T ....  ]  + [ " " MIIIIBImlII|HIIIIIIIIMIIWIIIIMMM ..... I + |lllllWllllllWlllglllllllitTll]113111111FTl + I : Irllll+-511ITIIMII|I]IITIIIIBIIIIBIIIIIItI']| +I ...... 5I ......... [1  P ]