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Wilmington Women in Business’s Fresh Start Scholarship Foundation lined up a who’s who of Delaware for its 2012 Celebrity Squares Game Show and Auction, held at the DuPont Country Club Thursday night. Local celebrity Nat Measley from The Fun Department emceed the event in which local celebrities and contestants entertained guests by testing their knowledge of Delaware history, events and people. Guest celebrities included:

Rick Betz, Owner of Fat Rick’s restaurant
Frank Cephous, Former New York Giant player and Development Director of ATI Physical Therapy
Krista Clausen, Miss Delaware USA
Dr. Joan Coker, Otolaryngologist
Charlie Conway, Education Director, Delaware Theatre Company
Pam George, Writer, Delaware Today; Author
Ginny Marino, Chief Executive Officer,YWCA of Delaware
Mike Rossi, Associate Director and Music Director, WSTW
Serena Williams, Professor, Widener University School of Law

Proceeds from the event benefit the foundation, which provides scholarships and mentoring support to adult women seeking to improve opportunities for themselves and their families through education.

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