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CE (,ZETI, htwbda, Dec61nber 24- Decr 30, 1998- 23 Submitted photos Rehoboth Lions give to cause Above, Past District Governor John Shwed, left, presents Rehoboth Beach Lion Jim Mayben with a Dr. Arnall Patz Fel- low at the fundraiser for LVRF (Lions Vision Research Foun- dation) Vision 2000. Looking on is club president Robert Tay. lor. Mayben chaired the event, which raised over $600. He is one of only 10 Dr. Arnall Patz Fellows in District 22, which in- cludes Delaware, Maryland and the District of Columbia. Below, Rehoboth Beach Lions Club president Robert Tay- lor, left, presents Shwed, chairman of the Lions Vision Re- search Foundation Vision 2000 Project, with the club's second $3,500 check, a pledge the club has made for each year until the year 2000. Veterans' benefits topic at area senior centers Information about the new vet- erans' cemetery, medical benefits, survivors and widows' pensions, nonservice-connected disability and $2 copay for medications, as well as other issues, will be given at a presentation at 10 a.m. at the Cape Henlopen Senior Center, and 1 p.m. at the Lewes Senior Center on Jan. 8. Presentations will be made by Wesley R. Jones, ceme- tery administrator and Bob Dotter- er, local veterans' employment representative. NEW KITCHEN Quality Design & Installation For Kitchens & Baths 644-9006 EXPERIENCE Showroom. @ RT 24 JUST OFF RT 1 AT FAMILY DOLLAR MALL Subscribe to the Cape Gazette today Call 645-7700 : ]- Year in Style With o New Sofa from Smith Brothers.., @ Sofas Loveseats ' Sectionals. Chairs ;* Ottomans Custom Order Upholstered Furniture for the Best STYLE the Best QUALITY the Best CP.AV[SHANSHIP by Swiss/Amish Master Craftsmen. :11 Smith Brothers of Berne cremes hand-crafted upholstered furniture in your choice of style, fabric and I colors - exactly theway you want it, and, with a Utetime warranty. Hurry in today, t $,,,, I I @ D | ir 6 MONTHS SAME AS CASH (O.A.C.) " Hardwood frame construction k spring suspension Jen Ellingsworth photo  fabrics to choose from Sussex Gardeners make wreaths . . The Sussex Gardeners are helping Gull House Adult Day  Care Center deck its halls with boughs of holly. At the orga- nization's monthly meeting, Dec. 10, the gardeners assembled wire wreaths with many varieties of evergreens and holly  S M I T H B R 0 T H E R S and red ribbons. Shown (l-r) with their wreath creations are Lucy Fleming, Myra McCormick, Sussex Gardeners President Wanda Davis and Rose Canavan. Members of the Garden Therapy Committee, headed by Meredith Pierce, take flowers and greens to Gull House, where the clients and gardeners as- semble arrangements. Davis announced at the meeting that the Sussex Gardeners won third prize in the Delaware Feder- ation of Garden Clubs' Christmas tree decorating contest in Newark. Katelyn Sharon Woodward born at Peninsula General Katelyn Sharon Woodward was born on Monday, Dec. 7, at Peninsu- la General Hospital in Salisbury, Md., the daughter of Elissa Woodward of Millsboro. She weighed in at 7 pounds, 8.5 ounces and was 21 inch- es long. Her grandparents are Edward and Sharon Klosowski of Mills- boro. ( FREE LOCAL DELIVERY & SET-UP. SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE '  t'g, "u.kl.e m, amm u,. pm.' HOURS: " Mon.-Sat. 10-6 Ol CrL (Hom Sun. Noon-5 " 0 itt ' rnishi.00ts es ns -- HOME FURNISHINGS BRIDAL REGISTRY NOW AVAILABLE/-- .,tl L 302-684-0661. FAX (302) 684-0662 4 1/2 miles west of 5 points. Lewes / Georgetown Highway 8 www.washingtonpost.comhjp/oakcreekfumiture