Newspaper Archive of
Cape Gazette
Lewes, Delaware
Jim's Towing Service
November 21, 2014     Cape Gazette
PAGE 61     (61 of 120 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 61     (61 of 120 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
November 21, 2014
 

Newspaper Archive of Cape Gazette produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




Cape Gazette CAPE LIFE FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21- MONDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 2014 61 Local author tq hold book signing Nov. 22 Briefly)) Tom Starnes, local resident Administration for Children and children, one of whom, Vicky, is Bay to Ocean Writers and native Delawarean, will be Families. He also worked as a the senior minister of Epworth signing his newly published chaplain at both a hospice anda United Methodist Church in Re-confab registration open book, "No One Knows When It's hospital, hoboth Beach. The 18th Annual Bay to Ocean a Good Day - and a Few Other His articles have appeared in "No One Knows When It's A Writers Conference will be held Things I Have Said on Sunday the Washington Post, the Wilm- Good Day - and A Few Other Saturday, Feb. 28, 2015, at Chesa- Mornings," from I to 3 p.m., Sat- ington News Journal, and other Things I Have Said on Sunday peake College in Wye Mills, Md. urday, Nov. 22, at Browseabout newspapers as well as denomi- Mornings" is a collection of his This year's conference features Books. national journals. An essay of sermons preached over a 35-year 30 one-hour sessions whose During his 35 years as a min- his appears in the book, "Out of period; they are also lessons on topics will include the craft of ister in the United Methodist the Closet - Into Our Hearts." life and living. The writings are writing - fiction, poetry, mys- Church, Starnes served rural, He is the author of the memoir, biblically based, but the scrip- tery and memoir; publishing and suburban and city churches "Through Fear to Faith: A Spiri- tures are filtered through a mind marketing; the internet for writ- including two terms as a Balti- tual Journey." steeped in the classics, open to ers; creativity; and three panel more/Washington Conference Starnes graduated from Laurel what's going on in the world, and discussions, executive. After retirement he High School. He and his wife, not afraid to raise questions that One-on-one manuscript re- worked for the federal govern- Wave, live in Rehoboth Beach. challenge the very faith that is views by published authors will ment as a speechwriter in the They are the parents of three being preached. be available by appointment. Conference fees are $115 for adults and $55 for students with ID. Fees include buffet breakfast, lunch and afternoon snacks. As one of the region's premier educational seminars, last year's conference drew a sellout crowd of over 200 writers from five states and D.C. Registration is now open at www.baytoocean.com. Early registration is strongly encouraged as the conference has sold out for the last eight years. National Adoption Day celebration set Nov. 22 in Dover Each year in Delaware, nearly 100 children find their perma- nent families through adoption. Delaware will join states and communities nationwide in host- ing a National Adoption Day event Saturday, Nov. 22. National Adoption Day is an opportunity to celebrate families who have been built through adoption, Delaware's event will take place at the Elizabeth Murphey School gymnasium at 42 Kings Highway East, Dover from 1 to 2:30 p.m. It will include recognition of adoptive families who have final- ized adoptions in 2013-14, along with the Delaware Family Court judges who finalized those adop- tions. Remarks will be provided by Kent County Family Court Judge Kenneth Millman. Miss Delaware's Outstanding Teen Grace Otley, an adopted child, will also perform during the ceremony. As part of the celebration, rep- resentatives from the Children's Department's Division of Fam- ily Services, Delaware licensed adoption agencies, and support organizations will be on hand to provide guidance, literature and answers to any questions about adoption and post-adoption sup- port. Visitors can also view Dela- ware's Heart Gallery, a series of poster-sized pictures of children waiting to be matched with their forever family. There is a need in Delaware for more families interested in adopting children, particularly older children and teens, African- American youth, and children with special needs. The Children's Department provides services to children who have been abused, neglect- ed, are dependent, have mental health or substance problems, or have been adjudicated de- linquent by the courts, as well as prevention services targeted toward all youth. MILLSBORO Rt. 113 (28538 DuPont Blvd.) (just south of Rt. 24) (302) 934-5052 WALK-IN CARE* OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK Daily, 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Open Thanksgiving Day, 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Georgetown Millsboro Milton Long Neck 21635 Biden Avenue (Rt. 404/18justwest ofRt. 113) (302) 856-9729 WALK-IN CARE* OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK Daily, 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Closed Thanksgiving Day Lewes Beach MILLVlLLE Rt. 26 (203 Atlantic Ave.) (302) 541-4175 WALK-IN CARE* OPEN WEEKDAYS Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Closed Thanksgiving Day *Beebe Medical Group OUTPATIENT SERVICES AVAILABLE THROUGHOUT THE COUNTY Beebe Imaging Beebe Lab Express Beebe Rehab Services Visit beebehealthcare.org for additionol information Lewes, DE. beebehealthcare.org