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]l]; I ILI|UI]ll JlL|llll~m~ 8 FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3 - MONDAY, DECEMBER 6, 2010 NEWS Cape Gazette Letters )) Continued from I ge 7 101.3 DJs and mote from Eagle 97.7 brought their talent and wit to the airwaves and thus our stage. The clever gang there partnered with Milton performers for comedy nights and showcases of perform- ers of all ages, ethnieity and style, who honed their skills at the "Del- marva's Got Talent" awards tills fall. WMDT Broadcasting gener- ously contributed free advertising as a TV media partner for the Mil- ton Theatre, offering ads, inter- views and other supportive efforts to spread the word that the theatre needs and deserves your dona- tions. Kathy Davison, of Comcast Inc., alsoprovided much needed assistance, promotion and polish. An exceptional effort was made by two young men who first came to the theater as contestants of the "Best In Summer Shorts" video contest. Josh Lynch and Adam Clifton are just one of the many theatre success stories. After ~_n- ning several year's awards in the annual video contest, they are cel- ebrated owners of Man-Lynch Productions. They then volun- teered and donated time and ex- penses to develop some very clever video ads for the theatre and even acted in them! You can see them on the web, YouTube and WMDT- all helping generate funds and support. Additional thanks go t,o one of the artists who contributed to the success of the recent JAZZ & ART sale at the John Sigmorello Show. Contributors were: Deb Ap- pleby, Carol Blake, Ann Buck, Jean Bowers, Dave- Dutton, Terri Gal- ligher De Fazio, Kim Klabe, Lois Peters, Ray Petersen, Barbara Pet- tersen, Bill Patterson, Edilu Nehrbas, Paul Rendel, Janet Tem- er, C. Taylor Collins, Marci Wheeler and Zando Designs. Happy holidays and thanks to allI And special appreciation goes to Abbott's Grill, Nage Restaurant, Lazy Susan's Crab House and Bethany Blues for sponsoring de[i- weioht Loss That Lasts Barefootin' Continued from page 7 cial networking and kids not un- derstanding the ramifications of what they say about themselves on those networks." Bullying, sexual solicitation online, taking advantage of children and infn-m adults by people in positions of authority or trust are all exam- ples of abuse of power. "People have to be empowered, embold- ened, to bring these problems to the attention of authorities," said Biden. "Everyone needs to know they're not alone." Good news for those of you who watch the wonders of the heavens and celebrate when the winter solstice arrives and the days begin lengthening again: This year there will be a total eclipse of the full moon on Dec. 21 - the day of the winter sol- stice. The bad news, for those who like to sleep at night, is that the eclipse will begin about 1"30 in the rooming and be in full eclipse at about 2:40 a.m. Alarm clocks can get us out there. Now all we have to hope for is clear skies. cious food for our supporters! Please help us continue efforts to Save the Milton Theatre, go to mmikontheatre.org. Invest in your community. Call 6843400 to make a pledge. Zando board member and special events chairwoman Milton Theatre George can't do it alone The National Commission for Fiscal Responsibility and Reform is meeting as we speak to develop recommendations for Congress to cope with the ever-expanding na- tional debt. Is there any doubt in anyone's mind that reductions in the benefits of federal employees and retirees will be among those recommendations? It is a fact that the current and past presidents have made recom- mendations that the government reduce the percentage that it pays toward the health insurance pre- miums. When and if such recommenda- tions are made, do you want someone there to represent you, or are you content to let the cur- rent public opinion that you are on a gravy train be the only voices heard? Most federal employees and retirees appear content to stand on the sidelines and let George speak for them. Members of NARFE realize that Congress tends to yield to the squeaky wheel. They remember what happened in the late 1970s, when they took big reductions in any Social Secu- rity benefits that they would oth- erwise have been entitled to re- ceive. We know from experience that Social Security will be offthe board. 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