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Cape Gazette CAPE LIFE FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21- MONDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 2014 69 GIVING TREE READY FOR PUBLIC TO ADOPT CHILDREN, FAMILIES SUBMITTED PHOTO EPWORTH UMC CHRISTMAS FAMILY MISSION 2014 began recently when the annual Giving Tree arrived filled with gift tags for over 241 chil- dren in the Cape Henlopen School District. Younger children will receive a clothing outfit, two toys and a fleece blanket, and 12-plus-year-olds will receive a gift card to a local store or outlet and a personal care kit. The 82 families will receive pantry staples, household paper products, fresh produce and a Food Lion gift card for their Christmas dinner. Any individual, group or business that would like to adopt an entire family should contact Christmas Carol at 302-668-7962 or cabuela90S@ comcast.net by Sunday, Nov. 30. Sue Isaacs is shown selecting several children's gift tags. SHAW CARPET with R2X STAIN INSTALLED with 8lb. pad. $1.99 sq. ft. ALL AREA RUGSON CLEARANCE STOCK-VINYL CLEARANCE $.89 sq. ft. -EXTRA-WIDE PLANK HARDWOOD SALE! All carpet ~ic~s include: Removal & Disposal of Old Carpeting Furniture Moved & Put Back, Top quality 7/16 Rebond Padding Mill Direct - High Quality Carpets Fast, Beautiful Installations Low, Very Reasonable Prices No Hidden Costs (Absolutely) Open 6 Day= a Week Monday - Friday 10-5 SatUrday 10-4 On Route 24, Long Neck - in front of Giant Rehoboth library expands board, adds at-large positions In response to applications Delaware law limits the num- member of the board, believes for one trustee opening, the Re- ber of public library trustees a bigger board means better ser- hoboth Beach Public Library to five. By forming the at-large vice to the community. increased its board from five to positions, the Rehoboth library Filling the open trustee slot seven members by creating two follows the practice used at is Rose Marie Patin, while Tom at-large positions, several other Sussex County Wontorek and Bill Meehan as- "We received resumrs from libraries similar in holdings and sume the at-large positions. several highly qualified candi- patrons served: "With seven In addition to Kokjohn, the dates in our community," Board board members, we not only can newly elected board members President Tucker Kokjohn said. expand our standing committees join trustees Derrick Lingo, vice ' fter interviewing them, and but also broaden their scope," president; John Rishko, treasurer; considering the challenges ahead Kokjohn said. and Jay Becker, secretary. Board of us, we concluded that this was Rehoboth Library Directormembers serve five-year terms the time to expand." Marge LaFond, an ex-officio and officers are elected annually. O -q Welcome orthopaedic specialists Eileen Crawford, MD, Greg Daut, MD, and Greg Sender, PA, to our team. A Delaware native, Dr. Crawford's special interest is sDorts medicine and she's adept at using that expertise to treat shoulders, knees, hips, ankles and more. She also serves as the team medical provider at Milford High School. Dr. Daut (right) is a former college athlete and not only understands orthopaedic trauma, but performs hip and knee replacements and post- traumatic arthritic joint replacements that result in excellent outcomes. Completing the team, Greg Sender, PA (left), assists both in the office and the OR, performing procedures and assessing patients. Eor an appointment, call 302-730-4366. To learn more visit www.bayhealth.org/group. KENT COUNTY I SUSSEX COUNTY www.bayhealth.org/group Medical Group