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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Dec. 19 - Dec. 25, 2003 - 55 Submitted photo Kim Hoey, executive director of First State Manufactured Housing Association, helps with the food drive in Sussex County by unloading food that members collected. First State Manufactured Housing Association holds successful food drive Twenty members of First State Manufactured Housing Associa- tion donated more than 500 pounds or 662 non-perishable food and non-food items in their first association-wide food drive. The items were donated to food banks through Sussex County during the county-wide food drive held in conjunction with Caroling on the Circle in George- town. While in the past many mem- bers of FSMHA took part in indi- vidually making charitable contri- butions, this was thefirst time the members joined to feed the hun- gry in Delaware. "We thought we might be able to make a greater impact if we all pulled together. The food drive is just another way our members give back to the community," said Kim Hoey, executive director of the association, on why the drive was started this year. "The really neat thing is that several members still kept their individual efforts up while support!ng the group project." First State Manufactured Hous- ing Association was founded in 1994 with the mission of assuring that Delaware's citizens have the opportunity to participate in and enjoy the privilege of home own- ership. The association works to- ward this goal by maintaining and enhancing the climate for sound growth of the manufactured hous- 4421 Coastal Highway Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971 1-800-496-9269" (302) 227-6200 Kraft Continued from page 54 Food Bank of Delaware's Mobile Pantry allows member agencies to efficiently serve a large number of clients irl a short time by dis- tributing meal boxes, fresh pro- duce and bakery items. This pro- gram is designed to provide con- venient locations and times for people to receive nutritious food. Because the food is distributed di- rectly from a Food Bank trailer, there is no need for food storage. Through its grant, Kraft will enable the Food Bank to provide approximately 27,500 pounds of food to hungry people in Kent and Sussex counties. Kraft Foods is the largest branded food and beverage com- pany headquartered in the United States. Kraft markets many of the world's leading food brands, in- cluding Kraft cheese, Maxwell House and Jacobs coffees, Nabis- co cookies and crackers, Philadel- phia cream cheese, Oscar Mayer meats, Post cereals and Milka chocolates, in more than 140 countries. Kraft is a member of the Amer- ica's Second Harvest National Food Bank Network. The need to serve hungry Delawareans has grown dramati- cally since 1997 when the Food Bank of Delaware distributed 3 million pounds of food to the hungry and 10.6 million pounds last year, through our member agencies, to children, seniors and families in Delaware. Chesapeake Continued from page 54 time of year, Chesapeake's focus is on its sharing program which helps to raise funds for needy families on Delmarva who need assistance paying their fuel bills during the winter. Through the generosity of its customers, Chesapeake has raised more than $100,000 in recent years, all of which remained on the Delmarva Peninsula to help those in need. Chesapeake works with social service agencies, such as Catholic Charities to help qual- ify families who need the assis- tance. E-mail: rehobol Congratulations To Our November 2003 Super Stars! Office open: BROOKS --AND-- PALMER Mon. - Thur. 9 - 3, Friday 9 - 12 Saturday-Sunday: By Appointment Only .. 20288 Poplar Grove Drive, Milton, DE 19968 302.947.2929 Call Brooks & Palmer in the Milton-Lewes area. New wooded community is scheduled to open soon! Select a lot or a home-lot package. Our top priority is to give you the highest quality home -- inside and outside! Directions from Route 1: Go west on Route 9, turn left on Cool Spring Road, bear right onto Forest Road. @