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Cape Gazette CAPE LIFE FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3- MONDAY, DECEMBER 6, 2010 49 Briefly )) 6:30 p.m., Thursday, Dec. 9, at limited; reserve early by email to Fish On Restaurant in the Vii- lages of Five Points near Lewes. Fundraiser to benefitDiners can choose from two dif- Sussex Habitat Dec. 9 ferent entrees for $25 per person, CHEER thrift shop including, gratuity, cash or check accepting donations Chicks for Charity will hold a only. A cash bar will be available. fundraiser to benefit Sussex There will also be raffle items CHEER has opened a small thrift store at the Community County Habitat for Humanity at and a 50/50 drawing. Seating is Center, 20520 Sand Hill Road, ties, transportation or help with Georgetown, with donations any need the seniors of Sussex from the community. County may have. Store hours Funds from the thrift store will are 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Thursday be used to provide warm cloth- and Friday. ing in winter, replace torn and For more information or to do- worn clothing when needed and nate call Gloria Woodson, 854- offer food, shelter, repair, utili- 9500. starting at 9:30 a.m. Lunch is in- Bullying cluded, and a Eucharistic service will be celebrated at 5 p.m., fol- Continued from page 48 lowed by a reception. Believe Out Loud is a training ern Delaware. program for the Christian gay, The seminar is intended to lesbian, bisexual and transgen- raise awareness of the new face dered church members and their of bullying and the effect it has straight allies centered around. on youth, learning to share testimony and Participants will hear about faith and to find common ground warning signs that a victim of with those who may have differ- bullying may not be dealing with ent beliefs in order to build rela- it well and also how to set the tionships. standard on combating bullying Neil Houghton of Rochester, and put it into practice. Much of N.Y., vice president of local af- the bullying is directed at teens fairs for Integrity USA, will be that are, or are perceived to be, the facilitator. gay or lesbian. With today's so- Integrify has been in existence cial media, modern bullying is since 1974 as an outreach min- especially vicious, istry to gay, lesbian, bisexual and At 6"30 p.m., Friday, St. Peter's transgendered members of the and Epworth United Methodist Episcopal Church, Church are joining to remember For more information.and to recent teen suicide victims at a register for either seminar, email youth vigil held in the courtyard or of St. Peter's and officiated by call 302-745q047. For more about Deacon Katherine Tare. Integrity USA, visit integri- The Believe Out Loud semi- or welcomingre- nar will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday, with registration THIS YEAR, STUFF THEIR INSTEAD OF THEIR STOCKINGS. Long after most holiday presents have been forgotten, a gift of an investment from Edward Jones can still be valued by those who received them. Whether it's stocks, bonds, mutual funds or 529 contributions, your Edward Jones financial advisor can help you decide which investment is most appropriate for their needs. Because when it's the thought that counts, thinking about their financial well-being means a whole lot. Contributions for 529 plans are tax deductible in some states for residents who participate in their own state's plan. • Call or stop by today. Warren C. Hardy, AAMS Donna Savage financial Advisor finonciol Advisor 19323 Lighthouse Plaza 19323 Lighthouse Plaza Blvd., Unit #5 Blvd., Unit #5 Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971 Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971 302-227-2771 302-227-2771 Derek R. Clifton, AAMS financial Advisor 17577 Nassau Commons Blvd. Suite 101 Lewes, DE 19958 302-645-6208 Member SlPC gratefully acknowledges the sponsors, contributors, members and guests who through their generosity have contributed to the success of our Ce/eb,ation of the Bay. The LYC Foundation is an IRC sec.501(c) (3) not-for-profit organization separaate from the LewesYacht Club. The mission of the LYC Foundation is to provide youth with grants and scholarships for maritime and aquatic educational programs. It was formed to support youth who display a desire to train, learn & develop sailing, swimming, boating and fishing activities. Admiral Captain Commander Sysco Eastern Maryland 4Sight Group PNC Bank Lieutenant Albert & Andrea Didden • Paul Mylander • Rick & Louise Pfarr Harold W. T. Parnell II, Archer & Greiner P.C WSFS Bank, Southern Wine & Spirits, United Distributors Patrons Ted Becker, Tim Connaway • Bob Rosenberg & Marty D'Erasmo • Dr. Mario & Carol DiSabatino Steve & Kathy Fanto • Don Bland & Elinor Hughes • David & Mary, Rae Kelly.* l ttl rtgg .B" Dr. k Mrs. William Andy &Sharon Patterman * Jim Samans • Betsy S hmidto Joan Jennings & tll S arkey • ka gle:der • J seph;i Weod. Ed &Jane'Wyatt ..... Donors Cape Gazette • Bob & Jeannie Gitligan • Thomas & Barbara Goetz • Francis & Jennette Ciotti ° Tracy Mulvaney Robert & Barbara Omrod • Mr. & MrS. Thomas Kuon • Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory Mr. & Mrs. RobertVan Pelt • Bill & Patti Zimmerman Founders Janet Davis • John & Unda Dickey • Bob Edelen • Bob & Lynn Edgell • Richard &Valerie Elliott Nanq Hebner • Marsha Metrinko o Bill & Marjorie Miller ° Margie & Stephen Robinson Michele Rollins Auction items generously donated by: The Brick Hotel • Nick Carter & Laurie • Paige Deiner • Linda Dickey • DOPS INC. DuPont Golf & Country Club • Henlopen City Oyster House • Kevin Fleming • Govatos Candies Steve & Barbara Hayes • Jeff Hoepfl • Connie Miller • Dr. & Mrs. William Miller Peninsula Golf & Country Club • Barbara Petterson • Dave Potter • Stephen & Margie Robinson U.S. Foods • Wal-Mart • Ed & Jane Watt The LYC Foundation was inspired to expose area kids to the wholesome enjoyment of our bays & local foaters - skills and memories that can last a lifetime! Your generosity has greatly helped further this goal!