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! I Cape Gazette CAPE LIFE Radio personality, wliter Mackenzie returns with novel at Temptation of Christ Catholic spiritual guidance of the pastor, Book signing 1 to 4 p.m. Dec. at Atlantic Books ]n tlehoboth Beach short, it has no of the "pain in the apse," and J.R. Mackenzie, the formerand insists on Julie Ross of WICO-FM and area Jones to go with l publications, returns to the shore parish kitchen. with "A Temptation Tale: A Fa- Mackenzie say ther Tom Novel," the first book my time in rad in the Temptation Parish series, started inventing One of the novel's main charac- The novel tell, ters has a similar past in radio ed story of love MILLSBORO KiWANiS HOLDS FUND IS|N6 BINGO little George fixings in the , "It was during o when I first characters." the light-heart- md adjustment FRIDAY DECEMBER 2 - MONDAY, DECEMBER 5 2011 71 Parish. Called Temptation, for the parish cat who calls him a s e n s e an emer- straight and narrow with the gency rescue mission to make new priest's good intentions out him realize he can be both a man the nearest stained-glass win- of the streets and a man of God. dow. Armed with the looks of a Further information, published former TV network correspon- by Inkwater Press, can be found dent, he does succeed in stealing at the hearts of the ladies, but when Atlantic Books is at 4551 High- it comes to souls, that's an entire- way 1, Rehoboth. Call 302-644- ly different matter. It takes the 2800 for more information. LR, MACKENZIE Ross of WICO-FM. SUBMITTED PHOTO is the former Julie I wonder what it would be like to not worry so much... THE GREATER MILLSBORO KIWANIS CLUB held li ~1 Longaberger and Vera Bradley Bingo recently~ This is th~ club's largest fundraiser and helps, t to support the CommUnity One child ~at a time. Some programs that are sUpportea by Kiwanis include Terrific Ki~s of East Milis- boro Elementary, the BoyScout Hut, Millsb0ro Little League; ~ussex Tech Key . Club,.th~ Boys. & Girls :Club, and Adopt-A-Highway. Kiwanlis meetings are held at The Georg a House in Millsboro at 6 p.m. onthe se~:ond and fourth Wednesdays of the month. : " " " [ Shown (l:r), patron Malerie Sriyder buys raffle tickets frort~ Kiwanians Au- dreySmithand Bertha Lasher. " Tri-State Bird Rescue-announ ces/new director, Lisa Smith, to take r ins Tri-State Bird Rescue &Re- members, indust partners and search held its annual Benefit for corporate spqnsors at the the Birds Nov. 12 at the Indepen- fundraising eveOt, saying, "The dence Seaport Museum in commitment an ldedication of Philadelphia, Pa. The fundrais- the staff and vo _nteers are un- ing event was particularly spe- matched, and I t wait to work cial, as friends of the organiza- with them to,c0ntirtue,,to pro- tion celebrated its 35th anniver- mote Tri-State s aission. . sary. During the evening, the For more inf )rmati0n, visit group announced its new Execu- www.tristatebirdtorg. tive Director Lisa Smith. Smith brings a broad skill set to Tri-State, with a bachelor's de- gree in biology, a professional background in technical writing, and a lifelopg passion for birds and nature. She has a long histo- ry with the internationally recog- nized wildlife nonprofit. Her fledgling years with the organi- zation began when she was a teenager, assisting in the wild bird clinic as a volunteer. She lat- er became an intern, a clinic su- pervisor, and most recently has served as a member of Tri-State's Board of Directors. She will be- gin her new position Monday, Dec. 12. Smith addressed the crowd of one Ask about our award-winning Re/lec/ions program./br memory im/)airmenl Brandywine Senior [riving has h)cations throughout N J, NY, PA, 1)E & CT 1-877-4BRANI)Y rching ascue & Rese )lished that recognized, :llife that cares injured, orphaJ I wanted the best t t dediding on the right assisted living commqnity was a difficult decision...but" I did it and ccOuldn't be happier!. I Chose Secure: ... _ Y With Brandywine's on-site licenled nurses 24/7 and a tentive staff, 1 have no worrits because I know someone will always be there w en I can't be. We Chose Ele ant'g,D_r_ .ining... Every day there are choicesrrom many delicious selectibns prepaxed by Br ndywme chef,'... and Served restaurant-style in their b 2utiful dining room. We could not believe how greal the food was! -. I Chose With Brandywine's social calen, tar, game room and excursions... I knew there wou d be plenty to do to maintain his active li: style. but there is only one gre at one... zinc! LIVE BRANDYWINE ASSI STED LI ING ai Seaside Poinle Located