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Cape Gazette CAPE LIFE e The Nutrition Program of and distributes food baskets for goods for the food baskets; or do- CHEER Inc. be conducting seniors who are economically nate cat and/or dog food to help Operation Christmas CHEER disadvantaged and cannot afford in this endeavor can contact F1o- 2010. This program consists of to buy adequate food and are rence Mason or Elizabeth Walls four major segments, faced with no food by the end of at 856-5187. ' First, the CHEER Nutrition the month. Anyone over age 60 who Program offers a hot Christmas CHEER also provides seniors would like to receive a delivered Day meal and small fruit basket with pet foods since it is an es- meal or knows of someone in toseniors 50 and over who need tablished fact that seniors will need can call Don Wood at the a meal and do not have family to eat half of the home-delivered same number. be with them on Christmas Day. meals and give the rest to their A one-time gift of $5 Hill sport- The meal consists of a traditional pets because they cannot afford sor a meal. A gift of $100 will roast turkey dinner with all the pet food. sponsor a meal every day for a trimmings and is delivered to the Any individual or organization month to a senior who is home- pai'ticipants on Christmas morn- that can help provide a hot meal; bound. A gift of $300 Hill spon- ing between 11a.m. and 12"30 p.m. volunteer to deliver a meal on sor a meal every day for three Volunteers are used to deliver Christmas Day; purchase, wrap months. To sponsor meals, call the meals, and donate a gift; collect canned the number above. The program provided close to 300 meals on Christmas Day 2009. The average cost of the meal is $5. The CHEER Nutrition Pro- gram also provides each meal re- cipient with a wrapped Christ- mas gift. This may be the only gift that they receive this Christ- mas. The organization also collects Honored for her work with the phone- a-thon, Alin Buckley, left, and Linda Chantler greet guests at the Rehoboth Country Club ballroom entrance. YMCA Continued from page 46 said Executive Director Terry Rasberry. He gave gifts to phone a-thon volunteers and recognized Barbara Crowl as the association's volunteer of the year. Also honored were Meyer Per- sow and Joel Simon, who were given Service to Youth Awards. BasketbaI1 coach and Spring Marathon volunteer Gary Can- non was presented with the YMCA Spirit Award by last year's winner, Bill Schab. "The Y finds the best talent for their volunteers," Schab said. The first Van Sciver Leader- ship Award was presented to Jack Stevenson for his outstand- ing leadership, love and commit- ment to the YMCA. Stevenson is a longtime volun- teer, board member, committee chairman and friend of Vh-ginia Van Sciver, who presented the award, and her late husband, Don. "It's so great to be a part of this beautiful community," Van Sciv- er sai& FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3 -" MONDAY, DECEMBER 6, 2010 47 May Your Smile be Merry and Bright! Season's Greetings! Dr. Michael A. Poleck 1632 Savannah Rd., Suite 6 Lewes, DE e Sleep better, feel better, be more active and have a healthier life. Free weight-loss seminar focusing on tfiese key topics: SURGERYI NUTRITION I EXERCISE I COUNSELING Join us on Monday, December 13th to learn more about the bariatric program at Beebe Medical Center. Our experienced and qualified physicians will be on hand to answer your questions and provide you with the information you need to begin this life changing journey. FREE Weight-Loss Seminar Date: Monday, December 13, 2010 Tune: 6:00 p.m. Speakers: Dr. Daniel McCullough & Dr. Michael Sofronski - Dr McCullough has been performing bariatric surgery since 2006 and has completed over 500 bariatric procedures. - Dr Sofronski has been performing bariatric surgery since 2002 and has completed over 700 bariatric procedures. Location: McCurry Conference Center at the Beebe Health Campus 18947 John J. Williams Highway (Route 24) Rehoboth Beach, Delaware 19971 To register: Please call 302-645-3221 Beebe Medical Center INSIST ON QUALITY. Lewes, Delaware - INSIST ON BEEBE.