Thursday, September 7th, 2000
March to Wellness Health Fair packed with good information
Join the staff at Nanticoke Memorial Hospital for a morning of learning and fun. The free "March to Wellness Health Fair" will be held Sept. 9, from 8 a.m.till noon, at the back parking lot at Nanticoke Memorial Hospital.

Fair attractions will include Health Exhibits: on Cancer, Diabetic Foot Care, Pain Management, Medication Interactions, Nutritional Information, Exercise/Physical Fitness, Blood Pressure & Blood Sugar, Cardiac Risk FActor Screenings, Vial of Life, Assistance with Completing Your Advance Directive (Living Will), Aquatic Therapy, Dental Hygiene, Stress Management, Message Therapy, and other N.H.S. health related services.
Safety Displays: A.E.D.s, Trauma/Gun Safety, D.U.I. Simulation Booth, Fire Prevention. Delaware Heath & Social Services and Sussex County State Service Centers will be represented.

Face painting, Balloons, games, and more!

Coping With Loss Group
The Beginning Experience, a non-denominational group to help widowed, separated and divorced individuals work through the various levels of grief, will meet on nine consecutive Mondays beginning Sept. 11, 7 to 9 p.m., in the Delaware Tech Library, Georgetown.
The group is guided by trained team leaders who have themselves experienced and worked through the pain of loss and are eager to share with others who are in earlier stages of their struggle through the grieving process.

Register by calling 856-5384.

Support Group meets
The Sussex Fibromyalgia Support Group will hold its monthly meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 12, at 7 p.m., at the Methodist Manor House, Wesley Wellness Center, 1001 Middleford Road, Seaford, in the Inservice Room
Guest speaker will be Dr. Jose Pando, a Lewes Rheumatologist, who will give his presentation on an "Overview of Fibromyalgia."

Relatives and friends are welcome. For further information, call Jonathan Souder at 628-5636. All future meetings will be held at the above location.
NMH Auxiliary luncheon Nanticoke Hospital Auxiliary activities get underway on Wednesday, Sept. 13, at 10 a.m., at the Seaford Golf and Country Club. Suzanne Smith, president, will conduct the business meeting.
Sandra Moodey, administrative director of Outpatient Services, will present a talk and discussion of the Out-patient-Radiology expansion at the hospital.
A luncheon will be served following the meeting. Reservations are required. Cost is $10. Callers will contact members.

NMH Golf Tournament
The 14th annual Golf Tournament co-sponsored by Nanticoke Memorial Hospital and Wilmington Trust will be held Friday, Sept. 15, 12 p.m., at the Seaford Golf and Country Club in Seaford. The tournament will be a scramble format. ReneŽ Morris, coordinator of this year's event, expects a full field again as the golfers look forward to the fun-filled event.

With the help of individuals and corporate sponsors, last year's tournament raised more than $20,000 for Nanticoke Memorial Hospital. Proceeds will be used for the Hospital's endowment fund.

Morris is pleased to report that early support has already ensured that the cost for participants would not increase over last year, and delicious food, beverages and extensive door prizes would complement the afternoon of golf.

Anyone interested in individual reservations or learning more about the corporate packages should contact Rene Morris at 302-629-6611, ext. 2404.

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