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Beebe emergency to hold charity raffle for family Beebe Medical Center' Emer- gency Department will hold a charity raffle to raise funds to be used to provide Christmas gifts for a needy Sussex County family. Area businesses will be asked to donate gift certificates, and chances will be sold to the public for $1 each or 6 for $5. During the Tuesday, Dec. 22 drawing, winners will receive their gift cer- tificates. Cash proceeds from the raffle will be used to purchase a Food Lion gift certificate and clothing for a Sussex County fam- ily of nine. To date, 20 businesses have do- nated gift certificates. Merchants that would like to participate in the raffle are asked to call Toneen Constantino at 537-1493. Those interested in purchasing tickets may also call the above number or purchase them at Beebe Medical Center Emergency Services De- partment if it is not busy. Arthritis Foundation suggests shopping tips A day of holiday shopping can test anyone's capacity for strength and endurance, but for people with arthritis, the price of lengthy shopping trips can be high. The Arthritis Foundation recommends at-home shopping for those with arthritis. All that is required is a telephone, a credit card, a catalog or a home computer or television. The foundation cautions at-home shoppers to check with the Better Business Bureau for information about the reliability of any compa- ny if shoppers are uncertain. For more holiday tips, call the Arthri- tis Foundation at 800-292-9599. Hepatitis support group meets Monday, Dec. 14 A .chronic hepatitis support group will meet at 6 p.m., Mon- day, Dec. 14, on the second floor at Beebe Medical Center. Call Lynda Sue, 645-6698, for more information. Arthritis group meets Dec. 16 at Bayhealth Bayhealth Medical Center-Mil- ford Memorial Hospital and the Arthritis Foundation will hold a support group for those with arthritis from 7 to 9 p.m., Wednes- day, Dec. 16 in Room 207 of the Grier Building on Sussex Avenue in Milford. This is a free program for peo- ple with arthritis and their families to discuss the problems facing those with arthritis including diet, exercise, pain relief and coping with the discomforts of arthritis. For more information, call 800- 292-9599. Helpline offers an ear for those with holiday stress For those who are experiencing emotional stress or personal prob- lems, the approach of the holiday season often adds to their anxiety. When holiday stress attacks, there is help via the CONTACT helpline at 800-262-9800. Trained staff are available to offer support, information or just to listen. 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Beebe auxiliary to hold flower sale Dec. 11 The Beebe Medical Center Auxiliary will sponsor a flower sale from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Friday, Dec. 11. The sale, featuring silk arrangements in wreaths, swags and topiaries, will be held in the first floor Sun Lobby. Locally grown poinsettias will also be for sale. The auxiliary is also holding a cookie sale, beginning at 9 a.m., Friday, Dec, 18, in the Sun Lobby. We at Christiana Care Visiting Nurse Association are dedicated to you, the people of Southern Delaware. Although our name has changed -- we used to be called the Visiting Nurse Associa- tion of Delaware - our mission hasn't changed. Now serving the people of Delaware for over 75 years, VNA is still a locally- based service agency, with offices in New Castle, Dover, Milford, and Georgetown. We also have Wellness Centers in seven area high schools, as well as The Wishing Well Center for Children with Special Medical Needs in Dover, and the Ever- green Center for Alzheimer's Day Treatment in Milford. We work together with hospitals throughout Delaware to provide you with the care you need to get better, where you'd rather be -- at home. But none of that would mean a thing to you, unless you were one of the 20,000 people last year who welcomed VNA into their homes. Those people know us because we're the "Heal- ing Power of Home." Our name has changed. 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