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Cape Gazette FIRST STATE COMMUNITY AGENCY CELEBRATES 46 ACTION EARS CAPE LIFE FIRST STATE COMMUNITY ACTION AGEI statewide nonprofit serving low-income individt munities, celebrated 46 years of service Nov. 21 :and recognition ceremony at the Modern Matu Dover. More than 200 guests joined the Del, agency. Among the supporters was U.S. Senl who offered words of greeting: Lt: Gov. Matt Denn offered the keynote addl dance with the event theme, Working for Opl Economic Security in De!aware. In his speech, D ed the longevity of the organization and stresse, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2 : MONDAY, DECEMBER 5, 2011 iCY INC., a nee~d and profound impact of the community action agency in als and corn- the state. The agency also recognized key supporters, I~d with a dinner members, staff, community partners and funders. Linda 'ity Center in Chick of Harrington, owner of Chick's Harness & Supply Inc., iware-based received'the 201t Stanford L. Bratton Award, named after the Tom Carper, ~ agency's first executive director, for her leadership and exten- sive community involvement. Charlotte Atack of Milford re- ess in accor- ceived the agency's Employee of theYear Award. .ortunity and At left, First State Afterschool program coordinatorMarti- ~nn celebrat- na Duffy; cent-er, poses with parents Frederick and'Delema ] the ongoing Duffy: For more information, visit www.firststatecaa.org. SUBMITTED PHOTOS Joe Meyer from NCALL First State I: dor and U.S. Sen. Tom Carper celebrate First State Community Action Agency's z h anniversary. 2011 Employee.of the Year Charlotte Atack I by First State Execu- tive Director Bernice Edwards and First State Vice Chairma~ -larold Stafford. First State Executive Director Bernice Ed- wards, left, presents ooeooŽooooooeoeŽoooe Christmas Jewel Many items $5 Table oooooeoooeeŽoeoeŽoeoo 705 N. Bayshore D Milton, DE I 302.684. i 1 Hours: Thurs. - Sat. Sun. 2pm - Linda Chick of Har- rington with th6 agency's 2011 Stan- ford L Bratton Award for leadership and commitment to community service. m. 5pro HELP SAVE A Our objective: bring the last 16-inch gun USS Missouri to Fort Miles at Henlopen State historic rtswear, Decor your gifts The massive guns of the USS MISSOURI protected our troops and stood watch over the Japanese surrender on the battleship in 1945. Only one gun remains. But if Cannon #371 is not moved from the Naval storage area in Norfolk by March, it will be cut up for salvage. -Fort Miles Historic Association plans to move the cannon by rail, barge and truck transport to Cape Henlopen State Park, where it will be on display at the entrance to the new Fort Miles Military Museum Center, Please help to make this possible. To donate, visit our web site: WWW.SAVEMISSOURIGUN.ORG You can also send a check to P.O. Box 52, Lewes, DE 19958 or call 302-645-0753 for more information.