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' . i,-!   ,,:,:,,-  , ?: -,vo  ,  CI;A .* 7 - CE (AZE, Friday, N0;ember 27 ' Dember 3, 1998 Rehoboth Aid Society00accepting donations for neec y atholidays The Rehoboth Aid Society is accepting d0nations.of canned goods and miscellaneous food items at the Rehoboth Beach Con- vention Center to help needy fam- ilies in the Rehoboth Beach and surrounding areas. Anyone wishing to help finan- cially should make checks payable to the Rehoboth Beach Aid Society and deliver to Bonnie Futcher at Mel-lon Bank, Re- hoboth Beach Plaza, or to John L. Brown, in care of Rehoboth Beach Convention Hall, Rehoboth Avenue, Rehoboth Beach. All gifts are tax-deductible, The soci- ety is in need of more than $7,000 to prepare these food baskets. Last year, holiday baskets were delivered to more than 190 fami- lies. The baskets were filled with turkey, chicken, duck or pork shoulder, and other items, includ- ing potatoes, onions, stuffing, cranberry sauce and canned goods. The baskets are filled according to family size and are delivered Dec. 23 and 24. This drive is the only source of income for the Rehoboth Aid So- ciety, which has been helping area families since 1966. Through the generosity of the community, families in need are helped throughout-the year. They are as- sisted with miscellaneous and medical needs and heating and fu- el bills when possible. More than 200 families were helped last year by the society The Rehoboth Aid Society is a nonprofit, year-round organiza- tion. Kent-Sussex Adopt-a-Family seeks assistance The Adopt-a-Family program, coordinated by Delaware Health and Social Seryices, Division of State Service Centers, State Of- fice of Volunteerism, and co- sponsored by the Human Services Council Inc., a nonprofit agency committed to serving families in crisis, will once again provide needy families with essential items this holiday season. Volunteers will be recruiting businesses, organizations, fami- lies and individuals to sponsor one or more families for the holidays by purchasing those gifts and oth- MADD Continued from page 27 Delaware legal system. David Elzey, a victim advocate for the Maryland Eastern Shore Chapter of MADD, attended the organization meeting. He said he will continue to work with-Dolly and members of the group as they work toward their goals. Elzey said that convincing legislators of the importarice of a Victim Impact Panel, and of lowering the al -' lowed blood alcohol level that de- termines drunk driving are keys to reducing the reoccurrence of of- fenses. '!Part of our job should also be to honor the law enforcement offi- cers who work So hard to appre- hend offenders and to prevent ac- cidents," Elzey said. "We have some very dedicated law enforce- rnent officers in Delaware and Maryland, and they should be rec- ognized for their DUI work." Dolly Banks said that she has spoken with some elected officials and will be contacting more, now that the initial work is done to at- tain the chapter's charter. She said everyone that she has approached, including state police and public safety officials and senators and representatives, have'been very supportive. Since Delaware is too small to have more ihan one chapter of MADD, Banks and those attend- ing the organization meeting de- cided to hold satellite meetings in different parts of the state. The new vice president lives in Smyr- na and she agreed that taking some meetings farther north than Georgetown will help participa- tion. Dates and locations of satl- er necessities desired and needed items such as sheets, blankets, by the family. Families aided by Adopt-a-Family are prescreened and anonymously matched to an individual or group sponsor. Sponsoring a family is both fun and rewarding. Those who spon- sor a family will be given a thumbnail sketch of the family's situation and a list of their wants, needs and likes. If sponsoring a whole family is not possible, Adopt-a-Family welcomes the do- nation of single items. Donated items can include new or used ba- by items and furniture, household lite meetings will be announced after the first of the year. Dolly Banks expects 15 to 20 members to be active in Sussex County and the group will recruit in northern Delaware once it is better established. towels, washcloths, dishes, pots, pans and other cooking utensils, flatware, glasses, cups and more. There are also many other ways tO volunteer, including: Taking calls from sponsors and matching them to an appropri- ate family during the holiday pro- gram, Matching donated items to families in need throughout the year, Greeting sponsors and pro- Continued on page 29 MADD will meet in Sussex County the second Thursday of each month; the next meeting is 6:30 p.m., Thursday, Dec, 10. The location will be announced. For information on MADD and its programs, call Banks, 684-8245. ALL bIAJOR CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED 4424 Highway One Rehoboth Beach, DE 227-8100 1-800-675-2007 Open Daily Highway One, Midway Rehoboth Beach, DE Jen Elllngsworth photo John Brown, left, president of Rehoboth AIDS Services, was on hand to pick up food donated by American Legion Post 5 in Rehoboth Beach, Nov. 18. Rehoboth AIDS Services accepts food donations all year long, said Brown, adding that the American Legion's donation will be used to feed the needy over the holidays. 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