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96 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Dec. 6 - Dec. 12, 2002 S tarburst Gayla will welcome the new year with WomenHeart Dec. 31 This year area women are going to have a New Year's Eve party with lots of heart. A group of Rehoboth/Lewes- area businesses and nonprofit or- ganizations are banding together to wage the battle against women's heart disease - the No. 1 killer of women in the United States. While this campaign to increase awareness and work for early de- tection, accurate diagnosis, and quality treatment on behalf of the women of Sussex County will be a long-term effort, the program's launch will be at a New Year's Eve Party at the Rehoboth Beach Convention Center. The event, cosponsored by the CAMP Rehoboth Women's Pro- ject, is under the leadership of Dr. Roni Posner of Lewes. Organizers expect to sell 500 to the Camp Rehoboth Women's Project and WomenHeart, a non- profit organization and the na- tion's only patient advocacy or- ganization representing the 8 mil- lion American women living with heart disease. "Our plan is to continue this awareness campaign, through 2003 and beyond, with more events, presentations at clubs and churches, and potentially an infor- mation hotline for Rehoboth/Lewes area women and their families to call," said Posner. WomenHeart promotes early de- tection, accurate diagnosis and proper treatment for all women through its support, information and advocacy programs. Posner is one of the 59 women heart patients from around the country who recently returned from WomenHeart's first Science and small-group sessions, includ- ing media and presentation skills training. The women attending the sym- posium renewed their commit- ments to work in their communi- ties to improve the way women heart patients are treated. They are setting out to combat notions that women are not at risk for heart disease and try to make people aware that women may have different symptoms than men. Often, according to Wom- enHeart, women go to emergency rooms with symptoms that are sometimes mistaken for indiges- tion or flu when they are actually having heart attacks. Getting womento tmderstand their risks and symptoms, as well as getting the medical community to recog- nize these issues is the top priority of WomenHeart. Posner is now pursuing Wom- enHeart's communitywide initia- Biggs Museum unveils The Biggs Museum of Ameri- can Art has unveiled a new publi- cation, the "Sewell Biggs Collec- tion of American Art: A Cata- logue," which has something for everyone: American history, dec- orative art or fine art. Some 52 au- thors engagingly bring to light an extraordinary collection assem- bled over the last 60 years by vi- sionary Delawarean Sewell C. f collection for "The Magazine Antiques," "This magisterial pair of ground- bre,4king volumes adds a new di- mension to our understanding of American decorative arts in rich, informing detail." Produced by Oddi Printing Company, the publication culmi- nates extensive research on a col- tive to bring awareness of the is- sue of women's heart disease to the Cape Region. As part of that effort in support of the women of Lewes, Rdoioth andother loeb, jurisdict!.ons; local corporations and businesses are being asked to support WomenHeart and assist in this communitywide battle against women's heart disease. For more information about WomenHeart, visit the website at or call Pos- her at 645-4778. For more infor- mation about the Starburst Gayla, call 227-5620. of American art lection focused on American fine and decorative arts, particularly those from Delaware and the Delaware Valley. The collection is on view free to the public at the Biggs Museum of American Art in Dover. The "Sewell C. Biggs Collec- Continued on page 101 Open N tickets or more and are encourag- ing people to go to Rehoboth/Lewes for the final weekend of December and stay through New Year's Day. Called the Starburst Gayla, the event is planned for 9 p.m. to 1 a.m., New Year's Eve, with music by a popular D J, cash bar, mid- night champagne toast, plus a cof- fee and dessert buffet. Tickets are $40 and can be obtained at the CAMP Rehoboth office or by calling 227-5620. Proceeds from the event will go Movies Continued from page 95 PG-13. Harry Potter: Chamber of Secrets: The young wizard and his friends face new challenges during their second year at Hog- warts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Rated PG. The Santa Clause 2: Scott Calvin has been Santa for the last eight years. Now faced with the possibility of a demotion, Santa must marry by midnight on Christmas Eve or lose his job for- ever. He is further distraught when he discovers his son, Char- lie, has landed on this year's "naughty" list. Rated G. The Ring: A remake of one of Japan's highest grossing movies. "The Ring" centers on a female journalist who stumbles upon a mysterious videotape. Everyone who has seen the disturbing tape has died. Is she next? Rated PG- 13. My Big Fat Greek Wedding: Still unwed at 30, Toula (Nia Vardalos) is a worry to her father Gus (Michael Constantine) and mother Maria (Lainie Kazan). Af- ter quitting the family's Greek restaurant, she takes a job at her aunt's travel agency and falls for tall, dark, handsome and definite- ly-not-Greek John Corbett. Rated PG. and Leadership Symposium at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn. The symposium combined med- ical lectures by Mayo Clinic staff Biggs. 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