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] Maggie Beetz photo CapelHenlopen Senior Center Board of Directors President Everett Beach, left, and Juanita Morch ward bus driver Noah Zooka certificate of appreciation for his 30 years of service. Zookad his wife, Arlene, right, were the center's special guests at their Nov. 10 membership . meeting. / atter 30 years behind the wheel, Cape Senior Ce00ater's'Noah Zook re.tires y Maggie Beetz Rehot 3th Beach resident Noah Zook r eived a certificate of ap- preciatid for his 30 years of bus driving tr the Cape Henlopen Se- nior Cener. Since] 1974, the center has charted ook's bus for all of its events, and he's never missed an appointnent. Zook retired and sold his bus last month. Center Director Juani- ta Morcl said his retirement "is a real loss For our senior center,!' but having him for 30 years "has been a wonderful experience." Zook was honored at the cen- ter's membership luncheon Nov. 10. After lunch, catered by Jimmy's Grill in ridgeville, Morch and board qf directors President Everett]Beach presented Zook with a l!aque and a gift. Senior center, nember Elizabeth Gruber said, H is always very kind and helpful,land he gets us where / we're going." Zook and his wife, Arlene, moved to Delaware from Meyers. dale, Pa., in 1954, and he has owned his own bus since 1985. When asked what plans he has for retirement, Zook said he's planned "not much of anything." For 30 years, center members rode Zook's brown, white and gold 1986 Prebost charter bus to dinner theater events and resorts in nearby cities-such Baltimore, Washington, D.C., and Philadel- phia and longer trips to Myrtle Beach, Tennessee and Montreal. Zook said the 40-foot bus had big round windows thatreached up to the roof, so they were perfect for sightseeing. The senior center is "one of the best groups I've ever worked with," he said. Beach said Zook is an "affable, caring and conscientious man who is the epitome of what you would want a tour bus driver to be." CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Nov. 19: Nov. 22, 2004 - 83 30 Minute Fitness & Weight Loss Sponsors "Adding Yeers te Yeur Life end Life te Yeur Yeers" Mon. ' Fri. 6am-7pm - Sat. 7am-lpm Five Pointe Plaza next to Comcast 302'644-7292 p [:l *Based on 12 Month Membership - EFT Program , [] Tatiana Faberg6 I ::::::1 llllll'llllld lnlilllll: I:ll'lllr ---'- "-I77 11" lllTllllrrllfllxgT - ] Maggie Beetz photo CapelHenlopen Senior Center Board of Directors President Everett Beach, left, and Juanita Morch ward bus driver Noah Zooka certificate of appreciation for his 30 years of service. Zookad his wife, Arlene, right, were the center's special guests at their Nov. 10 membership . meeting. / atter 30 years behind the wheel, Cape Senior Ce00ater's'Noah Zook re.tires y Maggie Beetz Rehot 3th Beach resident Noah Zook r eived a certificate of ap- preciatid for his 30 years of bus driving tr the Cape Henlopen Se- nior Cener. Since] 1974, the center has charted ook's bus for all of its events, and he's never missed an appointnent. Zook retired and sold his bus last month. Center Director Juani- ta Morcl said his retirement "is a real loss For our senior center,!' but having him for 30 years "has been a wonderful experience." Zook was honored at the cen- ter's membership luncheon Nov. 10. After lunch, catered by Jimmy's Grill in ridgeville, Morch and board qf directors President Everett]Beach presented Zook with a l!aque and a gift. Senior center, nember Elizabeth Gruber said, H is always very kind and helpful,land he gets us where / we're going." Zook and his wife, Arlene, moved to Delaware from Meyers. dale, Pa., in 1954, and he has owned his own bus since 1985. When asked what plans he has for retirement, Zook said he's planned "not much of anything." For 30 years, center members rode Zook's brown, white and gold 1986 Prebost charter bus to dinner theater events and resorts in nearby cities-such Baltimore, Washington, D.C., and Philadel- phia and longer trips to Myrtle Beach, Tennessee and Montreal. Zook said the 40-foot bus had big round windows thatreached up to the roof, so they were perfect for sightseeing. The senior center is "one of the best groups I've ever worked with," he said. Beach said Zook is an "affable, caring and conscientious man who is the epitome of what you would want a tour bus driver to be." CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Nov. 19: Nov. 22, 2004 - 83 30 Minute Fitness & Weight Loss Sponsors "Adding Yeers te Yeur Life end Life te Yeur Yeers" Mon. ' Fri. 6am-7pm - Sat. 7am-lpm Five Pointe Plaza next to Comcast 302'644-7292 p [:l *Based on 12 Month Membership - EFT Program , [] Tatiana Faberg6 I ::::::1 llllll'llllld lnlilllll: I:ll'lllr ---'- "-I77 11" lllTllllrrllfllxgT -