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54 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, January 16 - January 22, 1998 Atlantic Liquor plans get preliminary approval Expansion plans for Atlantic Liquor were given preliminary ap- proval by the Sussex County Plan- ning and Zoning Commission on Thursday, Jan. 8. The plans call for a major ex- pansion to create more storage space for the existing business. When completed, the project will be 6,614-square feet in size. "We feel we need the extra space," said store manager Jay Diaz. The project, located at the inter- section of Route 1 and Sussex 274 (Old Landing Road), still needs to -receive final approval from the planning and zoning commission. The project is designed to provide more storage and more parking for the business. Quillen appointed to ARVC board Judy Quillen, who along with her husband, Denny, owns and operates 3 Seasons Camping Re- sort, was appointed in September as a director of the board of ARVC, the National As- sociation of RV Parks and Campgrounds. ARVC is an organization that serves the camping in- dustry, pro- moting out- door hospitali- QUILLEN ty excellence through industry unity. ARVC currently has 3,000 members from the camping indus- try in the United States. Quillen represents 20 percent of the ARVC membership in the Mid- Eastern states board of directors position. Quillen attended her first direc- tors&apos; meeting, held at the recent National Convention of ARVC in Reno, Nev., Nov. 16-23. The board meets twice a year; once at the annual convention and again in the spring. The purpose of these meetings is to direct the course of the industry. In addition to serving on the ARVC board, Quillen currently serves as president of the Delaware Campground Associa- . tion, ,xhere she represents the pri- vate campground owners in the state of Delaware. St., Wilmington. Registration is $15. Checks may be made payable to DE SBDC. For more information, call 302- 571-1555. Free tips on conservation techniques for inland bay Sussex County Cooperative Ex- tension is offering a free, short- term program called Farm*A*Syst to inland bay farm and grower families. This pro- gram is voluntary, confidential and can be a family project. Included in the program is free water-sampling kit, a free work sheets and fact sheets, and free ad- vice and assistants from extension staff members. Work sheets cover topics in- cluding drinking water well con- dition, pesticide/fertilizer storage and handling, hazardous waste management, livestock and poul- try waste storage, and others. To receive the Farm*A*Syst package, or for more information, call Helen S. Waite at 856-2585, Ext. 313. Sieber top seller at Lewes Realty Carole Sieber has been named as the top seller and the top lister at Lewes Realty for the month of December," To reach Sieber for any real estate need, call 945-1955. SIEBER Lewes Realty may also be reached via their Web site at <http:wwxw. lewesrealty.com>. Edgewater House 2 Virginia Avenue Virginia Avenue and Boardwalk Rehoboth Beach Resort chamber to sponsor summer job fair The Rehoboth Beach-Dewey Beach Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring the fourth annual Summer Job Fair on Friday and Saturday, March 20 and 21, at Cr.abber's Cove, Ruddertowne, Dewey Beach. The scheduled times for both days are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The cost to purchase a booth is $125 for both days and $100 for one day. The cost in- cludes a table, four chairs, table linens, pipe and drape and a busi- ness sign. Admission to potential employees is free. The chamber will advertise the Job Fair to sev- eral colleges and universities in Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylva- nia, Virginia and New Jersey. For more information, call the Rehoboth Beach-Dewey Beach Chamber of Commerce at 227- 2233, Ext. i 1. No down payment home purchase workshop set The U.S. Deptartment of Agri- culture's Rural Housing Service will host a "Home Ownership Now" workshop on Wednesday, Jan. 21, at 6 p.m., at Milford Pub- lic Library, l l South East Front St. The workshop is for prospec- tive homeowners who wish to purchase a home, but lack a down payment. Information will be available to show families and in- dividuals how they can buy or build a home now with no down payment requirements. Mortgage funds are available for this program for people to ac- quire homes in rural areas only. All areas of Sussex County and most of Kent County are consid- ered rural and are eligible for this program. For more information, or to reserve a space at the work- shop, call 302-422-2121. Highway safety agency hires relations officer Andrea Duckworth has been named as the Office of Highway Safety's new community relations officer. Duckworth will handle all media inquiries, promote public awareness about highway safety issues, proper child-restraint tech- niques, and reducing alcohol-re- lated crashes, as well as coordinat- ing community traffic safety pro- grams in all three counties. Duck- worth holds a journalism degree from the University of Delaware and was employed previously by WBOC-TV in Dover Workshop for women business owners Jan. 27 The U.S. Small Business Ad- ministration will present "'Federal Dollars and Sense for Women- Owned Businesses'" on Tuesday, Jan. 27, from 8:45 a.m. to 1 p.m. women do business with the fed- eral government, will offer tips on how to access capital. The seminar will be held at the Small Business Resource and In- Wilsons return fro00m pre-inaugural cruise Genevieve and Gene Wilsson, owners of Ocean Travel in Re- hoboth, recently returned from a pre-inaugural cruise a6oara" (e Rotteratrr 1/71, Na#aad PaweNeg' new t?aKehip, which will be calling on ports throughout the world. 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