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28 - CAPE GAZETTE, Fday, Janhary'I6% Jd'/t 2271798 Sussex Habitat for Humanity thanks supporters Sussex County Habitat for Humanity (SCHH) recently dedicated a sign to thank the many businesses and individuals whose donations make it possible for Habitat to build low-cost housing for responsible low-income families. Habitat for Humanity, a nonprofit, ecumenical Christian group, works in partnership with people in need to build simple, decent, affordable housing which the families buy at cost and for which Habitat provides an interest-free mort- gage. SCHH is currently building two homes in the town of Selbyville, on land donated by the In- terfaith council. The sign was donated by County councilman Lynn Rogers of Rogers Sign Co. Shown in the photo (l-r) Sen. George Bunting, homeowners Fred Short and Devona Smith; Louis Ramos, Ben Leach, Bob Hesaltine, Ernie Elsasser, Frank Lobaccaro, and Sussex County Habitat for Humanity president Ron Trupp. Marriage Licenses Thomsa A. Sarver, Blacksburg, Va. and Kathryn A. Derrickson, Blacksburg, Va. Troy H. Abbott and Linda S. Weed, both of Lewes. Steven D. Hobbs and Jessica L. Murphy, both of Rehoboth Beach. Thomas M. Malewski, Lewes and Dawn-Marie C. Avanzato, Newark. Robert W. McCullough and Su- san C. Cerf, both of Rehoboth Beach. Gary L. Coulbourne, Milton and Catherine A. Messick, Mil- ford. Jaime Roblero and Imelda Pauc, both of Georgetown. Stephen D. Hazzard, Lewes and Susan O. Taylor, Rehoboth Beach. William R. Caudill and Donna C. West, both of Laurel. Edward T. Downes Jr. and Michelle L. Dodson, both of Lau- rel. Michael A. Ward, Jr., Delmar, Md., and Lisa A. Dennis, Delmar. Stephen E. Perkins and Gabrielle R. Beaston, both of Bid- deford, Maine. Brandon R. Donaway, Dags- boro and Holly L. Collins, Mills- boro. Thomas E. Jones and Charlene A. Wells, both of Milton. Brian S. Bellomy and Milinda D. LaMont, both of Seaford. John D. Wright and Jennifer L. Smith, both of Georgetown. Ronald W. Cooper, West Chester, Pa., and Tina L. Davis, Dagsboro. Jerry G. Knight and Wendy Delk-Knight, both of Seaford. James D. Wuwert, Holland, Ohio, and Wendy E. Mumford, Selbyville. Allen L. Faison and Ulrica B. Johnson, both of Bridgeville. Timothy D. Hyde and Mona L. Hill, both of Seaford. Chester H. Porches III and An- gela M. Pope, both of Laurel. Eugene A. Hudson and Carol L. Jones, both of Georgetown. James M. Ennis and Laura A. Case, both of Laurel. Todd J. Farrington Sr. and Lisa M. Shannon, both of Newark. Martin M. Lopez, Harbeson and SanJuanita Hernandez, Lincoln Piotr M. Jarosz and Geri L. Stephanos, both of Seaford. Scott E. Kammerer and Elisa- beth H. Klopp, both of Rehoboth Beach. Danny C. Benton Jr. and Ari- anne N. Welch, both of Millsboro. Paul W. Trotzke, Dot Lake, Ark., and Gail C. VanBuskirk, Lewes. Gerardo G. Figueroa and Denise R. Hopkins, both of Ellen- dale. Julian L. Peacock, Millsboro and Esther D. Coleman, George- town. John A. Forestieri Jr. and Li- scinda F. Roberts, both of Re- hoboth Beach. George H. Willey and Patricia C. Michocki, both of Dagsboro. Eric S. Watkins and Tammy L. Kelly, both of Dagsboro. Mark L. Russell and Mindy L. Karcher, both of Harrington. John W. Lankford and Sandra A. Lankford, both of Salisbury, Md. John Q. Higgins and Vicky L. Hastings, both of Laurel. Keith H. Moyer and Mary K. Marine, both of Millsboro. Blaine L. Hitcbens and Donna F. Steen, both of Laurel. Patrick E. Murphy and Cynthia L. Moore, both of Laurel. Richard W. Coulboum and Lin- da D. Price, both of Bridegeville. Gary L. Breeding and Sara M. Hickey, both of Greenwood. Mark E. Hudgins, and Rachael Clark, both of Mesa, Ariz. 00trbor Day Foundation c00ffers free flowering trees Ten free flowering trees will be given to each person who joins the National Arbor Day Foundation during January 1998. The free trees are a part of the nonprofit foundation's Trees for America campaign. The ten trees are two white flowering dogwoods, two flower- ing crabapples, two golden rain- trees, two Washington hawthorns, and two American redbuds. "These compact trees were se- lected for planting in large or small places," said John Rosenow, the Foundation's president said. "They will give your home the beauty of lovely pink, white and yellow flowers and will also pro- vide winter berries and nesting sites for songbirds." The trees will be shipped post- paid at the right time for planting between Feb. 1 and May 31 with enclosed planting instructions. The six to 12-inch trees are guar- anteed to grow or they will be re- placed free of charge. Members also receive a sub- scription to the Foundation's bi- monthly publication, Arbor Day, and The Tree Book, with informa- tion about tree planting and care. To become a member of the Ar- bor Day Foundation and to re- ceive the free trees, send a $10 contribution to Ten Flowering Trees, National Arbor Day Foun- dation, 100 Arbor Ave., Nebraska City, NE 68410, by Jan. 31. Get all of the latest news in the Cape Gazette CASH FOR HOMEOWNERS Save 25% - 50% During our Semi-Annual Storewide Sales Event Savings on Exciting Collections From Baker. Kindel Hickory Chair Henredon Stickley Lexington Milling Road Century. Sherrill Leathercraft Brown Jordan- Lee Barcalounger Lloyd Flanders Woodmark Wright Table Co. & Selected Antiques... Now through March Custom Orders Included CONN SCOTT, I::c, Fine Furniture 6 East Church Strcct, Sclbvvillc, DE (302)436-82()5 ,\\;hmdav-Saturdav 9-5