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J,ll, I .IlL i J tJl.l]lll Ili. i] Illlllmll;lllllll mw, 26 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, March 24 - March 30, 2000 Eileen Doyle heads state fireman association&apos;s auxiliary ber. As leader at the state level, Doyle is required to attend three regular meetings of the group, oversee installation of officers, promote fire prevention and edu- cation in schools, work on recruit- ing and retaining members and, of course, assisting firemen. "In 1998, the auxiliary gave more than $550,000 to fire depart- the Ladies Auxiliary of the Delaware Volunteer Firemen's Association. She served two terms as auxil- iary president at Brandywine Hundred, then moved up to serve as the county's junior vice presi- dent, vice president and president. She also served terms as second and first vice president before be- ing elected president in Septem- Jen EIIingsworth photo Shown at her Rehoboth Beach home, Eileen Doyle, presi- dent of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Delaware Volunteer Fire- men's Association, is surrounded by memorabilia spanning her 30-year career with the volunteer organization. By Jen Ellingsworth Eileen Doyle's family tree is deeply rooted in firefighting. She and her husband, Ted, met at a state firefighting conference in 1982. A Brandywine Hundred native, Doyle said she was in- volved with the upstate ladies auxiliary some 29 years before of- ficially joining the volunteer group in 1971. "I had two sisters who were members," she said. "One of them got married, so I took her place." While attending a statewide conference in 1982, Doyle met her husband, Ted, a firefighter of 45 years who retired as battalion chief from the Wilmington Fire Department after 30 years of serv- ice. Her family of six stepchildren and 10 grandchildren ranges in age from 1 to 13 years of age. Stepson Chris was recently pro- moted to lieutenant of the Wilm- ington Fire Department. Doyle's husband serves on the board of the International Association of Fire Chiefs. Now living in Rehoboth Beach, Doyle serves as the president of Girl Scouts celebrate 88th anniversary Submitted photos On March 12, 1912, Juliette Gordon Low founded Girl Scouts in the United States in Sa- vannah, Georgia. More than 300 girls and their mothers celebrated the Girl Scouts 88th an- niversary March 12, at Service Unit 30's annual mother/daughter dinner. Held at Del Teeh in Georgetown, the girls and their moms enjoyed a luncheon and entertainment provided by the various troops. Shown above are Girl Scouts singing the Brewnie Smile Song n at the dinner. Below, Brownie Troop 1363 from Milton, sings "The Frog in my Pocket Song  at the moth- er/daughter dinner. Shown are (l-r) Alonda Davis, Lauren Anderson, Shelby Webb, Harley Kreisher, Micheile Fleming, Ingrid Kepner, Britteny Alexander, Chelsey Wagner and Erica Johnson. Service Unit 30 Girl Scouts sold more than 40,000 cookies this year. Troop leaders, troop cookie managers and other troop volunteers were also honored at the mother/daughter din- ner. For information about the Girl Scout program in the Cape Region, call Girl Scouts of the Chesapeake Bay at 800-374-9811 or e-mail Janet Maher, service unit manager at <>. ments in the state," said Doyle, who said the money pays for equipment and maintenance of the fire stations. "We raise the money through events such as dinners, receptions and bingo." Doyle said she's met many life- long friends through her associa- tion with the firemen's auxiliary. Delaware boasts a slate of 57 aux- iliaries and a membership of near- ly 3,000. The position of presi- dent rotates by county in Delaware. 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