Cape Gazette


By Jiffy Lube of Lewes-Rehoboth | Nov 17, 2013

On Thursday, November 14,  Kane Electric and 1776 Steakhouse,  along with  the  Kane family, hosted a successful fundraiser for the Vance Kane Memorial Fund.   

This fund supports the  breast health programs at the Tunnell Center.  All proceeds went to the Beebe Medical Foundation.  Judy Aliquo, CEO and President of the Foundation, and Beth Salaman, Event Coordinator, were there to accept donations and sell tickets.

  About 75 people enjoyed a complimentary happy hour.  Tom Holmes, Tammy Mozingo and Johnny Farquhar, owners of 1776,  provided a wonderful buffet of appetizers with fantastic service provided by Gary Taylor, Andrea Campanelli and Johnny Farquhar. 

 A 50” Samsung smart TV, donated by Kane Electric (Tim and Terese Kane) and Vance and Kathy Kane was among the auction items. 

Other donors included J. Melchiorre & Sons, Frank and Louie’s Italian Specialties, Boulevard Ford, Jiffy Lube of Lewes, Harry and David, John and Stephenie Grefe, Beth Grefe and Matt and Michelle Pennino.   Tatim Kane sold 50/50 raffle tickets;  the event raised  more than $3,500. 

Press release courtesy of Judy Kane.


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