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Guilty Girls Sale Gives Back

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Christy Fleming
Christy Fleming
The managing editor of TownSquareDelaware.com, Christy Fleming also supports a variety of non-profit initiatives in Delaware. Her background includes positions in public relations, advertising and journalism.

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The 2nd annual Guilty Girls Warehouse Sale proved as successful as last year, with a packed crowd on Opening Night and steady shoppers all day on Saturday. The Jan 31 – Feb 1 sale at University of Delaware’s Arsht Hall benefitted Delaware Boots on the Ground and included clothes, accessories and home decor from Greenville/Wilmington retailers as well as trade-show-only exhibitors.

Vendors offered a mix of new and end-of-season merchandise and were asked to provide savings between 30% and 80% off retail prices. “All of the net proceeds will benefit the wives, husbands and children of Delaware military families,” remarked  Kerry Wendel, one of the many enthusiastic volunteers who wore stylish blue and white scarves at the event. “We’re really proud of the success of our show and that we can make a difference.” she said.

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COVID cases decline; more than 200,0000 vaccines given; state continues testing

The state has created a way for people to report violations of the state's vaccine policy

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The university brought 4,000 students back to campus for spring and one of the new rules says they are not allowed to have visitors.

New program allows people to dine out and help raise money for Do More 24 campaign

Restaurants will offer specials, and a portion of the sales will be donated, but that portion will be paid by a sponsor.
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