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December 13, 2011

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i i Cape Gazette STEV~N BILLUPS PHOTOS TIE IE BE MEDICAL FOUIIDATIO,~ Neld its 9th Annual Holiday of Lights Tree Lighting Dec. I on the lawn In front of Beebe Medical Center. Each light on the tree i~ sponsored in memory of or in honor of family and friends. Funds raise~l from the lights will benefit the Lewes Convalescent Cehter Resident Activities Fund. Carolers from the Keenote Chorale ~usic Studio in Lincoln sang holiday songs prior to the tree lighting. Shoran singing are (l- r) Colton Burrows, Lydia Woods, Ellie DIvis and Hayden Boyda. Patiently waiting behind the ribbon for the next song is Kayla Belfont. Following the lighting, Santa made an wishes is Gianna Orsini of Lewes. RI1OBOT10BSE mppearance in the medical center's Sunshine Caf~. Shown telling Santl :RVES WORLD AIDS her Christmas The Holiday of Lights tree is lit after a Jeff Fried. countdown led by Beebe Medical Center CEO Jane Duffy and Alan Keefer of Lewes display their acrylic art "Growing Awareness" and "There has got to be a morning after" during the World AIDS Day reception at the CAMP Rehoboth Community Center on Baltimore Avenue. THE REt World AI a recepti, gathering prepared vice of Rc Walke iOBOTR BEACH CANDLEL DS Day 2011. Nearly 200 met )n and a World AIDS Day aft and candle lighting followed towalk up Rehoboth Avenue membrance and Hope was h, s carry a quilt of remembran, kAD D~.h~hnfh ~nmm, ,nlf,.," FJ: E !GHT WALK and Service of Remembrance and Hope were held Dec. 1 women and children participatect in the yearly event. The Rehoboth e exhib t at the CAMP Rehoboth Community Center on Baltimore Ave at The Bandstand where local entertainer Doug James played piano wl md proceed to All Saints' Eposcopal Church on Olive Avenue. Once at t :ld to readthe names of the victims of AIDS. :e of the many people who have died of AIDS. The quilt, along with oth nf~r r~n R~lfimnr~ ~,,lanl I~ AN COOK PHOTOS :o coincide with ~ent began with !ue. A pre-walk ile participants le church a Ser- ~rS, is displayed David King of Rehoboth signs the poster of remembrance in honor of a friend who has passed awav from AIDS,