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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, January 16 - January 22, 1998- 53 Rehoboth-Dewey Chamber awards Mae Hall McCabe to Rehoboth Volunteer Fire Company The Rehoboth Beach Volunteer Fire Company is the recipient of the 21st annual Mae Hall McCabe Community Service Award, pre- sented by the Rehoboth Beach- Dewey Beach Chamber of Com- merce. It was decided by the committee that nominates the recipient to have five members accept the award on behalf of the company during the annual chamber instal- lation of officers and volunteer recognition evening on Thursday, Jan. 15, which was held after press time at Rehoboth Beach Country Club. The five men cho- sen are Chris Quillen, president and first assistant chief; Chuck Snyder, chief; Howard Blizzard, chief engineer; Joe Wastler, secre- tary; and Leonard Tylecki, fire prevention committee chairman. "Along with holding down full- time jobs and juggling family commitments, these dedicated men and women devote a good portion of their lives to our com- munity," said Dayna Quillen, chairman of the nominating com- mittee. "Unlike most volunteers, these people .must give of them- selves while the good majority of Program Continued from page 51 prepare for contingencies. Two sessions, Feb. 18 and 25, 6:30 to 9:30 p.m.; $67. "Increasing Sales Through Se- lective Marketing" covers devel- oping and implementing a suc- cessful marketing plan and mak- ing it an integral part of the master business plan to ensure survival and growth of the business. Three sessions, March 4-18, 6:30 to 9:30 p.m.; $97. "How to Budget for Survival and Profit" gives participants spe- cific knowledge about types of budgets and effective methods of financial planning. Participants will learn how to monitor a budget to exceed financial expectations and to use computer-based ac- counting. Two sessions, March 25 and April 1, 6:30 to 9:30 p.m.; $97 "Getting Results Through Em- ployees" examines the entire spectrum of personnel needs and services. Learn about recruiting, interviewing, hiring, training, and evaluating employees, as well as creating effective and productive teams. Legal issues and employee benefits are also discussed. Three sessions, April 8, 22 and 29; 6:30 to 9:30 p.m.; $97. "Controlling Expenses and Maximizing Profits" teaches re- sponsibilities and procedures for managing the financial resources of the business. Develop an under- standing of financial statements and how to use them as manage- ment tools. Two sessions, May 6 and 13, 6:30 to 9:30 p.m.; $67. For more information or to reg- us are at home in a warm bed. They don't have the luxury of choosing when to volunteer, as emergencies take place on birth- days, anniversaries, during church services and on Christmas morn- ing." The five men chosen to accept the award have devoted a com- bined total of 122 years of volun- teer service to the Rehoboth fire company and most have held ei- ther a fire line-officer position or an executive position every year. Three of them traveled to South Carolina with donated items and volunteered their time in the wake of Hurricane Hugo a few years ago. Two instruct at the state level at Delaware State Fire School, while one received the Delaware State Police Award for Valor for his ac- tion during a fire in Fieldwood de- velopment in February, 1987. One received an award from the Phoenix Club for aiding in reviv- ing the life of local resident Ray Roope in the summer of 1996 and another consecutively responds to over 90 percent of the alarms each year. The Cape Region community will also find these men partici- pating in other areas, such as chamber of commerce volunteers; serving on the Rehoboth Beach Planning Commission; volunteer- ing on the Rehoboth Little League board; as members of the Cape Henlopen School District PTA and as school sports boosters; at the Delaware State Fire School in Dover and Georgetown; and orga- nizing the Rehoboth Hometown Christmas Parade. Quillen noted that from Nov. 1, 1996, to Oct. 31, 1997, the Re- hoboth Beach Volunteer Fire Company answered 299 fire alarms and 966 ambulance calls and most of these men respond to one or the other or both. During the presentation on Jan. 15, it was also noted how many tax dollars the state's volunteer firefighters save the people of Delaware each year. The 3 L's in Real Estate! List th Lou at Lingo's Waterfront Delight!! Boat slip & dock, gazebo, 2 car garage, sun deck, Florida room, 3 BR, 2 BA, cathedral ceilings and surrounded by wated! 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