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C~pe Gazette CAPE LIFE TUESDAY. DECEMBER 4- THURSDAY. DECEMBER 6, 2012 lS ERICAN LEGION POST 17 AUXILIARY SAYS THANKS TO LOCAL SCHOOLS ii DURING AMERICAN EDUCATION WEEK, Nov. 12-16, Education, Children and Youth Committee chairpersons from American Legion Post 17 Auxiliary went to Beacon Middle School with schoolsupplies, cookies and apples as a to- ken of the auxiliary's thanks for making local schools great. Shown (I-r) are Education Chair Judi Whitman, Membership Chair Betty Dunn, Children and Youth Chair Betty Lenkiewicz, Principal Dave Frederick and Historian Jean Maxwell. SUBMITTED PHOTO MilfOrd churches sponsor New Tool Drive with Habitat Drop off tools Dec. 7 during Milford's Holiday Stroll At a recent Sussex County Habitat for Humanity meeting, Community Engagement Direc- tor Tom Protack shared with representatives from the Milford Mini terium an update on the mission and ministry of habitat's work in Sussex County. SCHFH is a Christian housing ministry that seeks to put God!s love into action by bringing peo- ple together to build homes, communities and hope. Partner- ing withichurches and faith com- munities is a natural relationship for SCHFH. The members of the different Milford churches were very responsive to the many ways that each church communi- ty can partner with SCHFH as well as all the churches coming together for a group project in the future. The first collective project of the local Milford churches will be to conduct a New Tool Drive for SCHFH in the time leading up to the Holiday Stroll from 5 to 8 p.m., Friday, Dec. 7. The Rev. Kevin Bowers, pastor of First Presbyterian Church and presi- dent of Milford Ministerium, is coordinating the drive and has sent a li t of new tools that are needed bY the SCHFH construc- tion crews to all the churches who ar~ members of the minis- teriumj First Presbyterian Churchiwill serve as the main collection site. Tools Ican be dropped off dur- ing the Holiday Stroll hours. The drive is for new tools, but if someone would like to donate gently used tools, they can be do- nated directly to the Sussex County Habitat ReStore in Georgetown, 302-855-1156. To learn more about Sussex County Habitat for Humanity, check out www.sussexcounty- habitat.0rg, or Facebook, or call 302-855-1153. Accessibility. "Ihe right care in the right place at the right time. For everyoneat Beebe Medical Center, accessibility is a top priority--because the best healthcare in the world is only beneficial if it's available where and when you need it. "]hat's why we've expanded throughout Sussex County to reach and serve even more individuals and families in our communities. Today, as the region's leading medical provider, Beebe Medical Center makes some of the best healthcare expertise and technology in the nation available to everyone in our area. We're close to where you live, work and play--with services that range from emergency care to comprehensive medical and surgical services available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at Beebe Medical Center. At multiple convenient Beebe Health Campus locations throughout Sussex County, we also provide easy access to a .wide variety of outpatientl services such as imaging, express lab work, and physical rehabilitation. New services are coming next year to Millsboro, Milton, and Georgetown ...... To help ensure access, we've added new physicians, nurses and support staffto the Beebe team. To increase comm~ity S, involvement in preventive health activities, we sponsor a ~e variety of community outreach programs includin clinics, free health screenings, special health and preventive initiatives and support groups. Last year, more than 60, care at our locations. This year, thousands more as Beebe Medical Center works to make Sussex County one of the healthiest counties in the nation--one person at a time. To learn more about Beebe's commitment to the health of the region, visit mit menc Beebe Medical Center