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Cape Gazette CAPE LIFE FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21 - MONDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 2014 67 Elk! host veteran and farniliq Cape Henlopen Elks Lodge means of rehabilitation. Two of 2540 hosted a luncheon Nov. 8 the oldest vets who attended for all members of the armed ser- were George Horneck, an active vices, their families and friends, member of the Cape Henlopen Exalted Ruler Eileen Loftus be- Elks and Past Exalted Ruler, who gan the program by welcoming was a member of Navy Secu- the veterans, speakers, and in- rity and served for 28 years in vited guests. Sen. Ernie Lopez, the Caribbean, Key West, Fla., R-Lewes, attended and told all and Brazil; and Edward Freund, gathered he was there to serve who was a member of the First them. Keynote speaker Rob- Engineer Battalion for 42 years, ert "Bob" Corsa, commissioner serving in North Africa and Sic- of Veterans Affairs for Sussex ily. During the open discussion it County, gave a clear picture of was mentioned that Freund was the situation that confronts the having a difficult time obtaining veterans of Delaware and what an electric wheelchair from the the VA is doing to aid them. Isaac Veterans Commission. Immedi- Goodman, a veterans' advocate, ately Isaac Goodman spoke up offered the benediction and clos- and said he had one and he and ing prayer. Corsa have been trying to find Retired USAF para-athlete a veteran who needed one, and "Jersey" ]eanne Goldy-Sanitate, they would be happy and hon- who is on the Delaware State ored to give him the wheelchair. Council for the Disabled, spoke Arrangements were made for on the benefits of disabled vet- delivery. erans engaging in sports as a One of the most poignant mo- SUBMITTED PHOTO AT THE ELKS LODGE 2540 luncheon for veterans on Nov. 8 are in back (I-r) Vietnam veteran and chaplain Isaac Goodman, Mary Horneck, Cape Henlo- pen Elks Exalted Ruler Eileen M. Loftus, Barbara Freund, and Commissioner of Veterans' Affairs for Sussex County Robert "Bob" Corsa. Seated are George B. Horneck, 93, retired U.S. Navy, and Edward Freund, 97, retired U.S. Army. For more information about the Cape Henlopen Elks contact the lodge sec- retary at 302-645-7016. ments of the program was the organization to observe Flag be forgotten. Elks supplied and reading of the poem "Vacant Day June 14. More than 40 years equipped the first two field hos- Chair" by John Loftus, Cape Hen- later, President Harry S. Truman, pitals, one in France and one lopen Elks Past District Deputy, a member of the Elks Order, in Boston, Mass., for returning Grand Exalted Ruler and Trea- declared the date a national ob- wounded and then donated the surer, servance, one in Boston to the War Depart- The Elks Order follows The Elks made a promise dur- ment. This was the only veterans' proud traditions. In 1907, the ing World War I that disabled hospital donated by a private Elks became the first fraternal American veterans would never entity after World War I. mid-atlantic family practice WELCOMES PAUL AGUILLON, MD Dr. Paul Aguillon will join Daryl Sharman, MD, Brian CaswelI-Monack, DO, and Tracie Roberts, FNP-BC at our Millsboro office ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS Mid-Atlantic Family Practice is pleased to announce that Paul Aguillon, MD will be joining our practice beginning November 1, 2014. Dr. Aguillon will join Dr. Sharman, Dr. CaswelI-Monack, and Tracie Roberts, FNP-BC at our Millsboro location. We are currently scheduling appointments for patients of all ages for him. Dr. Paul Aguillon is Board Certified in Family Medicine. In addition to providing general medical care for patients of all ages, Dr. Aguillon specializes in many Minor Surgical and outpatient procedures. Dr. Aguillon completed medical school at the American University of Antigua in June 2010 and completed his Family Medicine Residency at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School in June 2014. He was honored as Medical Resident of the year upon completion of his residency. Dr. Aguillon is originally from Seaford, Delaware and has moved back to Sussex County with his wife. He enjoys the outdoors, volunteering his time for his charily organization and spending time with his family. Our Millsboro office is located at 28538 Dupont Blvd., Unit 1, Millsboro, DE. To schedule an appointment with Dr. Paul Aguillon please call our Millsboro office at 302-934-0944. Additional information about Mid-Atlantic Family Practice can be obtained on our website at www.mafp.net or by calling our office. Briefly )) Showcase a nonprofit at Lewes Public Library Any nonprofit organization or community group looking to reach more people can get help from the Lewes Public Library. The library is seeking groups to organize informational displays in its lobby display case, which is seen by the hundreds of people who walk through the library's doors every day. For nonprofit agencies, this is an opportunity to educate the community about the services of an organization. For community groups, this is a chance to let others know what is offered and recruit new mem- bers. To schedule a two-week time period in 2015, contact Re- becca Lowe, library development director, at 302-645-2733 or Re- becca.Lowe@lib.de.us. For more information about this and other library programs, call the library during business hours at 302-645- 2733 or go to www.leweslibrary. org. ing. With just a bit of extra help at home. We bring our hearts and minds to every person with whom we work. We can help out around your home with chores light housekeeping small repairs gardening pet care shopping driving and more. We are thankful to be in this community with you. Happy Thanksgiving. 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