Newspaper Archive of
Cape Gazette
Lewes, Delaware
Jim's Towing Service
December 29, 2017     Cape Gazette
PAGE 63     (63 of 108 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 63     (63 of 108 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
December 29, 2017
 

Newspaper Archive of Cape Gazette produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2018. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




302-752-8560 Wash Buggy 302-752-8560 Visit Washbuggy.com Serving Locals Since 1990 ~ Licensed and Insured Call the company that locals have been using for 27 years! Leaves, Shrubs, Pruning, Mulching and Flower Bed Cleanup YARD CLEANUP * FREE ESTIMATES * Decks • Windows • Driveways • Docks • Gutters 16759 Coastal Highway Lewes, DE www.lighthouseoflewes.com • 302-645-1207 or 888-858-4255 Open Monday through Saturday 10:00am - 5:00pm 16759 Coastal Highway Lewes, DE Thank You for your continuous support and loyalty throughout 2017. The team at The Light House Cape Gazette CAPE LIFE FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29 - MONDAY, JANUARY 1, 2018 63 SUBMITTED PHOTO THE FRIENDS OF SUSSEX CASA held a recognition luncheon for their child advocate volunteers. The Court Ap- pointed Special Advocate program advocates for children who are involved in Family Court proceedings and are often in foster care. CASA volunteers advocate for the best interests of children involved in these situations by attending school meetings, visiting children in their placements and working with family members to complete a case plan in order for the children to return home safely. If reunification is not possible, CASAs strive to find alternative permanen- cy options such as guardianship and adoption. Sussex County currently has 75 volunteers who are advocating for more than 90 children. Without these amaz- ing volunteers, the children of Sussex County would not reap the benefits of having a CASA while they are in state custody. For more information on becoming a CASA volunteer, contact Melissa Palokas at Melissa.palokas@state.de.us or 302-752-3775. Sussex County CASA volunteers shown are in back (l-r) Jessica Clampitt, Ann Couzens, Bobbi Barends, Allan Zoeller, Gary Banks, Darlene Dahling, George Rayborn, Dianne Rogers, Trish Baines, Dick White, John Loehr, Maureen Rayborn and Linda Lett. In the middle are Elvida Yoder, Mary Marchiano, Joanne DiBella, Marsha Jen- drewski, Diane Latocha, Pat Mangini, Leah Jaffee and Andrea Volpe. Seated in front are Marius Ambrose, Bruce Conway, Paul King, Susan O’Doherty, Mike Eisenhauer, Maude Glore and Linda Owings. SUSSEX CASA VOLUNTEERS RECOGNIZED AT LUNCHEON AMVETS POST 2 AUXILIARY CONTRIBUTES TO VETERANS TRUST FUND SUBMITTED PHOTO THE LADIES AUXILIARY OF AMVETS Post 2, Millsboro donated $450 to the Delaware Veterans Trust Fund, an organization that raises money to as- sist Delaware veterans in emergency need. For more information, go to www. DelawareVeteransTrustFund.com. Gathered at the check presentation are (l-r) Dave Skocik, president, Delaware Veterans Trust Fund; Christine Bradley of the Ladies Auxiliary of AMVETS Post 2, Millsboro; and Bill Farley, chairman of the Delaware Commission of Veterans Affairs. Georgetown couple honored The CHEER Endowment Society recently honored Cleo- phas and Ruth Chandler of Georgetown for attaining the distinction level of Contribu- tor to the CHEER Endowment Fund. The society is composed of individuals who have shown their commitment to the seniors of Sussex County by making a pledge or contribution to the CHEER Endowment Fund. By making this financial in- vestment, members are helping to ensure that services are there for Sussex County elderly citi- zens in need. TheCHEEREndowmentFund is a permanent, self-sustaining source of funding that is invested in order to grow and provide support for its designated pur- pose forever. CHEER Inc. is a nonprofit agency that promotes healthy and active lifestyles for seniors in Sussex County by providing an array of programs that help to maintain their quality of life and independence, and keep them in their homes. For more information about the CHEER Endowment Society, call Ken Moore at 302-515-3040. SUBMITTED PHOTO RECOGNIZING THE CHANDLERS’ support of the CHEER Endowment Soci- ety are (l-r) Joyce Westen, CHEER chief administrative officer; Ruth Chandler; Cleophas Chandler; and Ken Bock, CHEER chief executive officer.