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ill] i[I]lZ lag]i] EJJl!B.I!tllgl S2 FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3 - MONDAY, DECEMBER 6. 2010 CAPE LIFE Cape Gazette SUNRISE ROTARY HOSTS REFUGE MICHAEL STROEH, REFUGE MANAGER at the natio~wildlife refuges at ' Prime Hook and Bombayl-leok, spoke to the Rehoboth Beach Sunrise Rotary Club at its Oct. 15 meeting. His discussion highlighted the current .c:ont~o~, sial issues facing the refuges including dune erosion, road flooding and salt- water intrusion ~ ~ freshwater marsh areas. Stroeh is a.University of W'~onsin graduate, lives in ~on and has been in his current position for two and a half years. Show~ are (I-r) Sunrise Rotary President Phil Allen, Stroeh and Rotarian Alexander Doman. The Rehoboth Sunrise Rotary Clubmeets at theK', s CreekCountry Club every Friday at 7:,. 10 . . donation drive to be held 5 in The Delaware SPCA - George- town Shelter is kicking off the giving season with a Stuff the Van event being held: from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., Sunday, Dec. 5, at Con- cord Pet Foods and Supplies in Rehoboth Beach. An SPCA van will be on hand to collect items donated to the animals of the Georgetown Shelter,, with the goal being to stuff the van to ca- paci with bags of food, toys, beds other pet supplies. The Delaware SPCA was re- cently recognized by Nathan Winograd, director of the nation- al No Kill Advocacy Center, for the organization's dedication to the well-being of its animals and its enormous strides ox er the past three years. As of Sept. 30, the Georgetown Shelter has pro- duced a 91 percent live release rate, with 96 percent of the dogs and 86 percent of the cats brought to the shelter placed into new homes. With more animals being cared for than ever before, the Georgetown Shelter greatly benefits from every donation that is made, and this event will assist the shelter in furthering its efforts. The Delaware SPCA does not receive any state or county funding and is not associ- ated with any national organiza- tions or other SPCAs. The serv- ices provided by the SPCA are only possible with the charitable support of the community. For more information, call 856-6361 or visit delspca.org. 'til Christmas Including fine products from sa gull flghbinQ r Saveuflto % ofllist p[ice on ev!rytldng m ouisnowroom Chandeliers. Table Lamps. Floor Lamps Outdoor Lighting Paddle Fans Bathroom Lighting ano Decorative Accessories UPPLV Rt. ~ 13 Millsboro, DE Monday - Friday 9 - 5 Saturday 9 - 3 302.934.8885. 800.642.1120. denneyelectric.com [] Fan us @ facebook.com/denneyelectric ~ Your family's comfort is your #1 priority. ORTHOPAEDIC ASSOCIATES of Southern Delaware, P.A. Proudly Welcomes Claire M. Capobianco, DPM "Specia ng in the Diabetic Foot" Fellowship-trained in Diabetic Foot and Ankle Reconstruction Seeing atients at: t Foot and Ankle Center Beebe Wound Care Center 1539 Savannah Rd., Suite 203 36020 Long Neck Road Lewes, DE 19958 Millsboro, DE 19966 -} 302-644-3980 " 302-947-2500 ............... ____j / Make Sobieski Services your #1 Heating& Cooling company. Save up to $3,100 OFF Qualifying High Efficiency HVAC System through December 31,2010! Up to $1,500 Tax Credit *offer expires 12131110 Up to.S800 Delaware Rebate Up to $800 Sobieski Services Rebate Dane Lamos PREMIER DEALER Visit our websitn today for monthly savings on plumbing, heating, cooling, drain cleaning, duct cleaning, and indoor air quality solutions www.SobieskiServices.com !(302) 703-4172