Thursday, May 4th, 2000
Support Group meeting
The Sussex Fibromyalgia Support Group will hold its monthly meeting on Tuesday, May 9 at 7 p.m., at Nanticoke Memorial Hospital in Classroom A.
Guest speaker will be Gertie Hillman, certified nutritionist, from Lewes. Her presentation will be "Nutritional Support." Family and friends are welcome. For more information, call Chris Bauer at 629-6611.

NMH Auxiliary Meeting
Dr. Anthony Policastro of Nanticoke Memorial Hospital will be the guest speaker at the Wednesday, May 10, coffee/meeting of Nanticoke Hospital Auxiliary. He will speak on the C-9 Philosophy.
Members are encouraged to attend the meeting at 10 a.m. at the Seaford Golf and Country Club. Following Dr. Policastro's presentation, the business meeting will be conducted by Suzanne Smith, Auxiliary president.

Mammography screening
Mammography screening for the early detection of breast cancer will be offered at the Nanticoke Senior Center on Monday, May 11, from 10 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Screening will be offered through the Mammography of Delaware program, the state's only mobile mammography unit.
To register for an appointment, call 629-4939. To see if you qualify for a mammogram at no charge, or to register for another date, call Mammography of Delaware, toll free, at 1-800-654-0606.
Families conference
The 18th Annual Families in Crisis Conference will be held on May 19, from 8 a.m. to 3:45 p.m., at Delaware Tech in Georgetown. Presentations, workshops, exhibits and networking to help improve the quality of social service delivery on Delmarva. Call 854-6966 for information or to register.

Cancer Society's Relay
The American Cancer Society invites all residents of Sussex, Delaware/West to get involved in the fight against cancer. The Society needs volunteers for its signature event, Relay For Life, which will be held on May 19-20, at West Seaford Elementary School.
Volunteers are asked to form teams for the Relay For Life. A unique community-based, overnight event, Relay For Life honors cancer survivors and remembers those who lost the battle against cancer.
When Relay participants are not walking or sleeping, they have an opportunity to enjoy a variety of games and entertainment and learn about the progress being made against cancer.
All proceeds from Relay For Life benefit the American Cancer Society's programs of research, patient services, prevention, advocacy, and education. To form a Relay For Life team, contact the American Cancer Society at 1-800-937-9696.

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