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: Cape Gazette CAPE LIFE FRIDAY. DECEMBER 2- MONDAY. DECEMBER S. 2011 67 GREATER MILLSBORO R[WAN[I CLUB INSTALLS OFFICERS ? THE GREATER MILLSBORO Kiwanis Club held its annual h Guests included the Millsboro Mayor Bob Bryan, and Lt. Gov. ( weresworn in by Justice. The Kiwanis meets at 6 p.m., the secol in Millsboro. The 2012 dub officers are (l-r) Treasurer Audrey Si Lt. Gov. Patty Justice and Secretary Barbara Hudson SUBMITTED PHOTO ~tallation Dinner Oct. 12 at The Georgia House in Millsboro. r Division 11 Patty Justice. The new officers and new member d and fourth Wednesdays of the month at The Georgia House lith, President-Elect Marianne Smith, President Lisa Simmons, Youth Philanthropy Board invite: grant mpplica! ion, nSder Kent County and Sussex Philanthropy Bu 1u will co s" County nonprofit, organizations applications fror9 schools, clubs and civic/commUnity organiza- )enefit Sussex in grades K-12. vith programs ong family life rsonal health, ool activities, and grief coun- 'aged to apply. aty Youth Phil- will consider )vide long-term are invited to apply for grants from the Delaware Community tions that will Foundation Kent and Sussex County student., YouthPhilanthropy Boards. Each Organizations board will award $10,000 in that promote st grants to one or more schools and improve p and qualified 501(c)(3) nonprofit such as after-s( organizations in its home county, church program in accordance with its designat- seling, are encou ed area of focus. Requests for up The Kent Cot to $2,500 will be accepted, anthropy Boar( The Sussex County Youth programs that pl Past Pr Club b~ and/or immediate help, counsel- in ph ing or training for the homeless comp of Kent County. dents, Grant requests must be sub- to giv mitted on a 2011 Youth Philan- stude] thropy Board Grant Application py an Form for the appropriate county, study Forms are available at www.del- borh( and can be submitted di- grant rectly via email. Forms also may grants be printed and mailed. Complet- be mc ed applications must be received Ret or postmarked by Jan. 6, 2012. Phyll: Grant recipients will be an- Youth nounced in April 2012. becau The Delaware Community age y, Foundation sponsors a Youth volve Philanthropy Board in each Stude Delaware county to encourage are n( youths to become more involved or gui ,~sident Dr. Aimee Parker and nner, [lanthropy. Each board, 3sed of high school stu- is allotted a pool of money ." as charitable grants. The Lts learn about philanthro- effective grant making, outh issues in their neigh- ads and schools, solicit )roposals, and award to those they determine to st deserving. ired Delaware educator s Wynn established the Philanthropy Fund in 1999 se she wanted to encour- )uth to become more in- [ in philanthropic ventures. its who serve on the YPB minated by their principal lance counselor. Mayor Bob Bryan stand next to the Kiwanis "The Youth Philanthropy Board program gives student an opportunity to enjoy the pleas- ure and the challenges of charita- ble giving," said Hugh D. Leahy Jr., DCF senior vice president for southern Delaware. "It's an im- portant program because we are cultivating the philanthropists of tomorrow." Now celebrating its 25th an- niversary, the Delaware Commu- nity Foundation manages chari- table funds for indMduals, fami- lies, businesses and organiza- tions, and distributes income from the funds as grants to%u- manitarian, educational, health Continued on page 68