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Faith & Spirituality Naughty or Nice: Sinatra Concert set All Saints’ Episcopal Church presents its Naughty or Nice: Sinatra Concert at 6 p.m., Wednesday, Dec. 20. Start spreading the news! Bob McDonald from the U.S. Army Baritones, accompanied by Army re- tiree Tony Nalker on piano, will perform a concert of Frank Sinatra songs. Some holiday tunes will be included. All Saints’ is located at 18 Olive Ave., Rehoboth Beach. There is no charge for admission, though a free will offering will be collected to support the music ministry of the parish. For more information, call 302-227-7202. 66 FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15 - MONDAY, DECEMBER 18, 2017 Cape Gazette Bob McDonald Tony Nalker Child’s Play wraps gifts for Epworth Giving Tree STEVEN BILLUPS PHOTOS THE FAMILIES FROM CHILD’S PLAY BY THE BAY spent the evening of Dec. 7 at the Lewes Li- brary, wrapping gifts for Epworth United Methodist Church’s Giving Tree. The families purchased gifts that were on the tags and brought them to the library for a wrapping party. The Giving Tree has gift tags provided by Cape Henlopen School District’s Visiting Teacher and Homeless Liaisons as well as West Rehoboth Youth Program and Delaware Guidance.  These wishes appear as gift tags on the Giving Tree for adoption by the congregation and community. In early December, the tags re- maining on the Giving Tree are turned over to the “shopping elves” to finish purchasing the gifts as well as the grocery items and food gift cards for the family’s Christmas food basket.  Working together on the wrapping are Erin, left, and Drake Most. Lauren Wisely, left, gets some wrapping help from Sarah Wiggin. Friends Harper Sermen, left, and Zoe Ryan, center, are eager to help Rebecca Sermen wrap a gift. All of the family pitches in to wrap presents. Shown working well together are (l-r) Ollie, Jen, Fos- ter and Mason Shade. Child’s Play graduate Brandon Wilkinson happily wraps a gift. Wilkinson had so much fun last year he returned to help with the project. Betsy Deisroth named vice president Consider ‘Gifts for Life’ for giving Episcopal Relief & Develop- ment in September announced Betsy Deisroth as its new vice president for advancement. In this new position, Deis- roth is responsible for advancing the organiza- tion’s mission to empower communities as they seek last- ing solutions that overcome poverty, disas- ter and disease a ro u n d t h e w o r l d . S h e oversees the staff responsible for raising resources necessary to support Episcopal Relief & Development’s strategic priori- ties over the next several years. Deisroth’s portfolio includes developing fundraising strategies to more deeply engage individu- als, family foundations, church partners and others in the philan- thropic community who want to invest in the organization’s inte- grated, community-led strategies. Gifts for Life, an alternative giving catalog, is a critical tool for fundraising and engagement efforts with churches and indi- viduals. With more than two dozen gifts to choose from in categories such as Animals & Agriculture and Green Gifts, Gifts for Life provides a way for Episcopalians and other supporters to purchase symbolic gifts such as healthy animals, family gardens and vo- cational training for women to help communities worldwide, while honoring their friends and loved ones. Deisroth brings over 30 years of fundraising experience in the nonprofit sector, especially with faith-based groups. To purchase Gifts for Life items, call 855-312-4325 or go to episcopalrelief.org/gifts where givers can choose either a cus- tomizable e-card or an attractive printed card to be sent to the re- cipient. Orders can also be placed via mail through the instructions on the catalog or brochure. In addition to printed catalogs and brochures available from Episco- pal Marketplace, supporters can download the Advent Toolkit, prayers, activity guides and other digital resources. For more information, go to www.episcopalrelief.org. Betsy Deisroth