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38 - CAPE GAZETTE - Friday, January 5 - Monday, January 8, 2007 Lloydlee Heite photographs now available for sale print and plan to showcase it in their museum." Heite combined photography, computer art and framing to make the piece a welcome addition to any home. "So far the demand for this print has been more than I could imagine," Heiie said. "People seem to really like it. One collector said it gave off a very easy, peaceful feeling and looks great in his home." In addition to his love for peo- ple photography, Heite is now offering photography of local sights throughout the state. Winter's Welcome is his first offering of the signature series and is priced at $325 for a signed and numbered print. Orders Winter's Welcome donated in Bridgeville Professional photographer Lloydlee Heite donated the first signed and numbered print of Winter's Welcome to John Shockley of the Bridgeville Historical Society at Christmas in Bridgeville. The framed art piece measures 20 by 26 inches and is No. 1 of only 200 available. The photo shows the Bridgeville Historical Society's Firehouse at Christmastime. ,I thought the very first signa- ture series print should go to the historical society in Bridgeville," Heite said. "They really loved the placed before Jan. 30 will be weeks, next few weeks as part of his win- priced at $295 plus shipping and Photography by Lloydlee Heite ter collection. handling. The print will be avail- is planning to issue several more For more information, call 337- able for pick up in less than two different signature prints in the 8545 or visit Your Dover to the Dunes Team "The Smart Move Realtors, t 1-800,772-9939 Ellis 1-302-632-1298 Lisa 1-302-236-??? Ellis Rath and Lisa Mathena 10 AMBERWOOD WAY, I LEWES I The bright & open ranch has it all. I Kitchen & living room have vaulted ceil- I hags. Family room opens to a large rear I deck. Bring your family & furniture &l move in. $314,900 ] 6966 PINE BRANCH RD., DELMAR I ] 1010 PARIS KIRBY RD., [ Spacious class C mobile home on a ] MILFORD I lg., co lot over an acre. Two I I TM a great place to live: Ms well story barn w/electric & second floor I maintained ranch offers a lg. kit., I storage. Main bedrm, has 4 piece l I fenced yard & reardeck. Just bring I bath w/soaking tub & shower stall. I.Y ur things & move in. All appl. are] Rear deck. $179,900  I I included" $209,900 [ 6 ORCHARD WAY, MILTON I Nice house on a cul-de-sac lot ha desir- I able Overbrook Shores. House is ha need of some minor tile, paint & carpet. House sold as-is condition. No warranties or I guaranties expressed or implied. $276,900 34969 SEA WAYE LANE, MILLSBORO Beautifully renovated home ha desirable Rehoboth Shores MHP. All new kitchen & upgraded appl., plumbing & electric. Marina community, boat ramp, outdoor pool. $44,900 12043 UNION CHURCH RD., NORTH LINCOLN Fantastic 4 br home, with a large family room, in the country.This ranch is situated on 1.78 acres. There is a 2 car attached, side turned a detached deck surrounds the pool. Home is ready to move in. Hurry to this one as it will be gone quickly. $300,000 ........................................ Submitted photo ' Lloydlee Heite, right, donates the first numbered print in his signature series, Winters Welcome," to John Shockley of the Bridgeville Historical Society. Chesapeake Utilities promotes Jeffrey Tietbohl Chesapeake Utilities Corp. announced Jeffrey Tietbohl has been pro- moted to the position of director of Regional Business Planning and Development for Chesapeake's Delmarva Natural Gas Distribution Divisions. Tietbohl began his employment with Chesapeake in June 1999 as a rate analyst and held positions of increasing responsibility Within the accounting and regulatory functions. "Jeff's extensive experience and background with the company pro- vides him with a firm foundation for his new role," said C. James Moore, director of Natural Gas Distribution, Delaware and Maryland. Credit score Continued from page 36 Fee overload: Many credit cards carry yearly or monthly fees. Closing those accounts can save money and prevent people from accumulating more debt. It's important to read the fine print when applying for credit cards. Fees that seem small accrue over time and can ultimately prove to be very costly, especially when interest is involved. Tempting fate: All people have limits. "Sometimes, just knowing about available credit is a tempta- tion to spend. Those can't stop spending should close the card once the balance is paid off, regardless of how it might impact their credit scores. House on the horizon?- House hunters need to take a close look at the number of credit cards they possess. Mortgage lenders look at available credit as a possi- ble risk. For those who have mul- tiple cards, lenders need to con- sider whether card holders will charge up those cards and be unable to make their mortgage payments. Sullivan suggested talking with a credit counselor before making any rash moves. "There are right and wrong ways to close credit card accounts," he said. "Everyone has a different financial situation, so what's right for you, may not be right for your friend, neighbor or co-worker. - "If you're questioning your credit, talk to an expert." For more information on find- ing a credit counselor, call 800- 823-7396 or visit www.takechargeamerica'.org. & Available Hobo Hotel Redevelopment---