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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, May 23- May 29, 1997 - 61 Women in Transition program offered soon Delaware Technical & Commu- nity College will host a Women In Transition program June 16-20, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. each day. The workshop is designed to meet the specific needs of women and will offer participants the opportu- nity to explore traditional and non-traditional options, and will provide support to face change and set goals. Professional presen- ters will guide participants through self-evaluation and career exploration. There is a fee of $10 but financial aid, child care and transportation assistance is avail- able for those who qualify. For more information, call 855-1664. r,," Grea t tertainmen t VIA holds spring hat luncheon The last meeting until fall of the Village Improvement Asso- ciation, a member of the General Federation of Women's clubs, was held on May 14 at the Rehoboth Beach Yacht and Country Club. It was a 'Spring Hat' luncheon, and members wore many original creations. The winners were presented prizes by Faith Duncan, the first vice-president. Winners were Grace Warner, for most original; 'Pete' Quint, funniest; Rosemary Bahan, prettiest; Nanette Cory, most tasteful; and Fern Hayes, wearing a bicycle helmet trimmed with flowers, garnered the award for 'most politically correct.' Three new board members were installed by Ann Drum- mond for three year terms, which will take the club to the millennium. They are: Renata Dupin, Colleen Hurt, and Grace Warner. The program at the luncheon was the Nautical Sounds Bar- bershop Chorus, a local chorus of 16 men led by Stephen Clyce and Ed Johnson. The group sang songs for and about women. Shown is Sally Zinnato, admiring Patty Derrick's shell cre- ation hat. Sussex Republican Women planning annual banquet The Sussex County Republican Women's Club annual Banquet and Silent Auction will be held Friday, June 13 at the Sussex Pines Country Club in George- town. The dinner will be preceded by a silent auction, the club's ma- jor fund-raiser, from 6 to 7 p.m. The featured speaker for the event will be Edward J. Derwins- ki, former member of congress from Illinois, and former Secre- tary of the Department of Veter- ans Affairs under President Bush. Derwinski was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives in 1959 and served there until 1983. He was then appointed Counselor of the Department of State and lat- er Under Secretary for Security Assistance, Science and Technol- ogy. In 1989, he was appointed Administrator of Veterans Affairs by President George Bush. The post was later raised to full cabinet sta- tus, and Der- winski be- came the first Secretary of the Depart- DERWINSKI ment of Vet- erans Affairs. For more information or ticket reservations, call Gene Langhorst at 934-6797 or Banquet Chair Phyllis Byrne at 645-2717. The public is cordially invited to attend. Buckle Up America Week May 19-26 The Delaware Office of Highway Safety wants to remind motorists to wear their seatbelts during Buckle Up America Week, May 19-26. In the United States in 1995, seat belts saved more than 9,797 lives and have saved more than 75,000 lives since 1982. In Delaware, of the 85 motor vehicle occupants killed in crashes last year, 42 were not using safety belts. Additionally, one out of every seven motor vehicle occupants injured in Delaware last year who were not wearing a safety belt received seri- ous injuries. Buckle Up American also encourages motorists whose cars have air bags to have children ride in the backseat. Also, an air bag does not take the place of a safety belt, and all occupants in a motor vehicle are urged to use lap and shoulder belts. In support of Buckle Up America Week, the Delaware State Police will be conducting a number of occupant protection check points across the state from May 17-23. iii! py!NGFROM ii Saturday - May 24th "The Wise Guys" Thursday- May 29th "Vegas b Catfish" Drive On Down to GOURMET PIZZA - WOOD FIRED ROTISSERIE - BAR GOURMET BY THE SEA A SPECIALTY GOURMET & GIFT SHOP Over 3,000 food items from around the world Vtetrl & Marlposi serving pieces Gift Baskets made up to order & sent anywhere Fresh pate, mousses & cheeses during the summer 10% Discount June, July and August when you shop before I0 a.m. daily. You'll save on parking too! 37 BALTIMORE AVENUE REHOBOTH BEACH 302-226-2344 (NEXT DOOR TO THE BLUE MOON)