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cape ( a=ette CAPE LIFE FRIDAY. JANUARY 3- MONDAY, JANUARY 6, 2014 51 r app icants Sussex County Habitat fora permanently affordable home- second Veterans Build Project Humanity is seeking applicants ownership opportunity for a and home in Georgetown Point. for two special upcoming home qualified low-income household Habitat dedicated its first Vet- building projects, one in the to purchase a home on Norwood erans Build home Sept. 11 as the West Rehoboth community and Street in West Rehoboth. Habitat culmination of a yearlong series another Veterans Build home is strongly recruiting in the West of fundraising events, volunteer in Georgetown, Habitat and the Rehoboth community for a quali- build days and cultivating donors West Rehoboth Community fled applicant, to support the Veterans Build Land Trust have partnered to es- At the same time, Habitat project. Marl Ellyn Hellard, a tablish a shared project to create announces the beginning of a disabled U.S. Air Force veteran, and her two sons are the proud new homeowners. "Now it is time for us to once again build upon our great ex- periences last year and provide another simple, decent and af- fordable home to one of our local veterans," said Tom Protac :, community engagement direc- tor for Sussex Habitat. The first step for Habitat to begin the next Veterans Build is to seek qualified applicants and rally the community for support. All applicants must meet the following criteria: be able to pay a not-for-profit mortgage and demonstrate a need for afford- able housing and a willingness to partner with Habitat, which includes 250 volunteer hours (sweat equity) from each adult in the household. To learn more about the application process for these two upcoming projects or any other projects, contact the Family Services Department at 302-855=1153, Ext, 204, email or go to www.sussexcountyhabitat. org. Habitat SUBMITTED PHOTO BETH DOTY FROM the West Rehoboth Community Land Trust shakes hands with Kevin Gilmore, executive director for Sussex County Habitat for Human- ity. The two groups have partnered for a new build project in the West Re- hoboth community. LAWSON'S PRODUCE Rt 5 Harbeson, De on Facebook t Red, Black or Brown $28.00 Yard - $34.00 SCp 1 1/4 yd -Triple Grind $23.00 Yard - $28.00 Scp 1 1/4 yd o Palletized Stone Loose Stone o Sand o Compost Pine Bales & Straw Top Soil/Compost $28.00 Scoop (1 1/4 yd) OPEN 8-4" SATURDAY 8-2" CLOSED SUNDAY W N Rt. 5 Light I * Lawson's s Produce UNIT 17 MAKES HOLIDAY HAPPEN FOR LOCAL FAMILIES SUBMITTED PHOTO THE WlU-IAM T. SPOONER American Legion Auxiliary Unit 17 handed out 17 turkeys with all the fixings for.nice family dinners Nov. 25. Turkey donations from the American Legionnaires, auxiliary members and monetary contributions from the Sons of the American Legion made this annual event possible. Pictured (I-r) are members Murt Foos, MaryAnn McCrae,-Pam Fellner, Karen Metcalf, Barbara CaRs, Diane Miller and Betty Lenkewicz. Not pictured are Maddie Emmie, Jo Stafford, Debbie Guenther and Judi Whitman. "--" '1 WET BASEMENTS STINK !! I Mold, mildew and water leakage into your basement causes health I land foundation damage. What can be done to fix the problem?I Allstate American Waterproofing is an honest, hardworking local company. I We will give you a FREE evaluation and estimate and a fair price. We I have repaired thousands of basements in the area; we can provide local references. When your neighbors needed waterproofing, they called I Allstate American. Why don't you? Call now to receive a 20% discount with I I your FREE ESTIMATE. MHIC#36672 I CALL 1 800 420 7783 NOW! L J Court Jones Information Security AnSyst, Computer Sciences Corporation B.S. in Computer and Network Security, 2013 Earn a degree that's relevant to your career. Are you ready to compete in today's job market? Wilmington University is a private, nonprofit institution offering fully-accredited undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral degree programs designed to help you distinguish yourself from the competition and advance in your career. Learn from expert faculty with real-world credentials who provide you with the skills you need to become a leader in "our field. Attend classes at a variety of locations throughout the region or enjoy the flexibility 0f online learning. Spring classes begin January 13. Get started today at WILMINGTON UNIVERSITY 1-877-456-7003 I Wilmington University is a private, nonprofit institution.