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54_. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30- MONDAZ DECEMBER 3, 20"12 __ CAPE LIFE Cape Gazette First State's Stuff the Bus food drive benefits Del DART First State recently an- nated food through its more than nounced that its 15th annual Stuff 440 hunger relief partners to firststate/sets/7215763205990883 The Bus Thanksgiving foodDelaware residents in need. 6. drive collected 10.8 tons (21,595 This year's donations of non- Again this year, DART part- pounds) of food. DART's week- perishable food filled two 30-foot nered with WAFL 97.7 FM and tong drive took place Nov. 5-9 at buses. Donations were received WNCL 101.3 FM, which are part Walmart in Milford, Acme in from the generalpublic as well as of the Delmarva Broadcasting Dover, Acme in Fairfax Shopping businesses, schools, organiza- Co. Thanks to staff and listeners Center and Rodney Square in tions and state agencies through- of both radio stations, Stuff the Wilmington. The Food Bank of out the entire state. To see pho- Bus in Milford and Dover was a Delaware will distribute the do- tos from the event go to great success. DART also ns li For more inforn ation, go to: DartRrstStat zom thanked the W]BR 99.5 FM staff and listeners who helped fill the bus in Rodney Square. Even in the aftermath of Su- perstorm Sandy, the public's gen- erosity and support of Stuff the Bus was overwhelming. DART is proud to provide community support to help fellow Delaware- anS. The Delaware Transit Corp., a subsidiary of the Delaware De- partment of Transportation, op- erates DART First State. For in- formation on fixed-route bus services statewide, call 1-800- 652-DART or go to www.Dart- Children's Beach House helps pets affected by Hurricane Sandy The Children's Beach House, 1800 Bay Ave. in Lewes, is lend- ing a helping hand to All Things Pawssible Animal Rescue by col- lecting pet food and treats until Tuesday, Dec. 20. With the downturn in the economy coupled with the re- cent hurricane, the number of homeless pets has increased dra- matically. In response, volun- teers from All Things Pawssible Animal Rescue,, are providing pet food to families in need so they can honor the lifetime commitment they made to their pets. All Things Pawssible, based in Philadelphia, Pa., provides guid- ance and resources to help peo- ple care for their pets and keep them as beloved members of their family, All food and treats collected at Children's Beach House will be distributed to the families of companion animals affected by Hurricane Sandy and to animal shelters affected by the storml Residents are encouraged to drop off unopened pet food and treats at the front office of Chil- dren's Beach House daily until Dec. 20. Those attending the Holiday Art Show and Sale from Nov. 30 through Dec. 2 are en- couraged to bring items on those dates. The Opening Gala is 6 to 9 p.m., Friday, Nov. 30, and the show is open and free to the pub- lic from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Satur- day, Dec. 1, and from noon to 3 p,m., Sunday, Dec. 2. Children's Beach House is a Delaware-based 501c3 nonprofit organization that fulfills founder Lydia Chichester du Pont's vi- sion to help children with special needs reach their highest'poten- tial as functioning members of their families and communities. For more information about the Children's Beach House, go to or call 302- 645-9184. For more information, call: "i 302-645-9184 or go to: www,cbhinc,org Special Collector,s .Life subscriptions * Two one-year subscriptions for the price of one! One subscription must be for a NEW subscriber. Order these great holiday giftsionline at The cost of the T-shirts and mug includes shipping and handling. phone: (302) 947-4878 email: