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52 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, January 16 - January 22, 1998 Angle Moon photo Rehoboth-Dewey chamber dedicates new welcome sign Members of the Rehoboth Beach-Dewey Beach Chamber of Commerce dedicate the new Welcome to "Your Gateway To Year Round Fun" sign, which now stands in the median strip across from the Comfort Inn and Mulligan's on Route 1, between Rehoboth Beach and Mid- way. The chamber has raised $2,000 toward the cost of the $3,000 sign through business spon- sorship; more sponsors are sought. The sign was made by Phillips Signs, Inc. of Seaford and DelDOT aassisted in its placement. There had previously been a welcome sign in that vicini- ty, which fell into disrepair and was removed. So the chamber's Route 1 Advisory Committee decided to embark on the project of erecting a new sign that also thanks visitors on the north- bound lane side. Shown during the Jan. 12 dedication are sponsors and committee members (l-r) Lee Messer, Mulligan's; Jorge L. Melendez, Baltimore trust; Delores Gue, Wilmington Trust and co-chair; Lana OIollaren, Rehoboth Outlets and committee member;, Scott Swingle, PNC Bank and co- chair;, Mike Meoli, McDonald's and chamber president; Mary Ann Payne, Comfort Inn and committee member; Wendy Baker, Property Management Professionals and committee mem- ber; Judy Quillen, 3 Seasons Camping Resort and committee member;, Debby Miller, Grand Rental Station; Traci Arthurs, Rocky Mountian Chocolate Factory; and Jean Abplanalp, com- mittee member. Other sponsors include Coldwell Banker Rehoboth Resort Realty, Roadhouse Restaurant, Mann Moore Century 21, Webster's Furniture, Merrill Lynch and Midway Realty. REHOBOTH Close to the beach. Great rental property. 2 story contemporary home with 4 BR, 2 BA. Features include a fire- place and screened porch on a fenced lot for added privacy. $179,900 (#55) Ask for Barbara. PRE-CONSTRUCTION Introducing Rehoboth Beach's Nmmt Duplex Development SEA CHASE. Models under construction priced from ml,O. Visit our ssies trdter on site. Open Fddey through Sultday, 11 - 4. Call fo Intomdion (3o 22v..N l-OO0.mH=oo i.mmlld lull I n11te lddnd I, Imth MSIl on Old  ONLY 69 uNrI'S AVAILABLE PRICING HUNTER MILL ESTATES Like new home fea- tures cathedral ceil- .ings, well landscaped lot with a 12x16 rear deck. Split BR floor plan offers privacy. Al- so features a 2 car at- tached garage. $89,900 (#635) Ask for Glenn. Dave's Preferred Dave Kenton 1997 Annual Award Sales Winner Listings Best At The Beach" EAGLE CREST AIRPORT HOME "Shaker Style" two story home only four years old. Full span aircraft hanger/garage on ground floor. Wooded 2.2 acre lot with full access to runways. Very special interior design. $229,500. ISAACS BY THE BAY Bayfront development parcel 2,500' on Delaware Bay. Eighteen lots plotted. $1,500,000 OAK ORCHARD One block to Indian Riv- er. 2 BR, 1 BA, a fisher persons delight. House sits on one lot, second lot is wooded and could be developed. Great Buy! $79,900 (#612) Ask for KARL. EAGLES LANDING Ground floor unit in newest section. Large master bedroom with walk-in closet and gar- den tub. Overlooks pond with screened porch and indoor storaQe. $132,900 (#3458) Ask for ,Jim. Century 21 ,Q,m , Representative of