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42 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, January 17 - January 23, 1997 my of the Arts and Sciences and "It's a real thrill to be back down- the American Philosophical Soci- town again. I'm looking forward ety, was the prime organizer and to dealing with people from my Briefl00 USDA civil rights listening session Jan. 22 The United States Department of Agriculture has scheduled a lis- tening session for Wednesday, Jan. 22 in Washington, D.C. to hear from the public concerning civil rights issues facing the De- partment in both program delivery and employment. The public is in- vited to speak from I to 4 p.m. The session will be held in the Jef- ferson Auditorium, USDA South Building, 14th and Independence SW, Washington, D.C. Presentations will be limited to five minutes to allow for as many speakers as possible. Written comments are encouraged and may be sent to the USDA Civil Rights Action Team, P.O. Box 2890, Room 6175 South, Wash- ington, DC 20013 or fax to (292) 720-9030. "Tile REAL ,lame in Real Estate" Millsboro Chamber to meet Jan. 23 The Greater Millsboro Chamber of Commerce will have a break- fast meeting on Thursday, Jan. 23 at Our Place Family Restaurant at 7:30 a.m. Mitch Rogers, of CE Computers, who also serves as president of the Millsboro Jaycees, will speak about the com- memorative Millsbor-opoly games the Jaycees will market this year. The game will feature Mills- boro businesses and landmarks. Reservations must be made by Monday, Jan. 20 by calling Joan at 934-6777. The cost for break- fast is $6. I get Rt00AL results[ O'CONOR PIPER & FLYNN REALTORS Shapiro awarded Marvel Cup by State Chamber The Delaware State Chamber of Commerce awarded its presti- gious Josiah Marvel Cup Award to Irving S. Shapiro at the organi- zation's 160th Annual Dinner held Tuesday, Jan. 14. The Marvel Cup Award, estab- lished in 1952, honors a Delawarean who has made an out- standing contribution to the state, community and society. The award is named in memory of The Hon. Josiah Marvel, who reorga- nized and was the first president of the Chamber of Commerce, Delaware, Inc., in 1913-14. Shapiro enjoyed a long and dis- tinguished career with the DuPont Company, serving first as an attor- ney in the legal department in 1951, and then served as assistant general counsel of the company before jumping to the top legal post, vice-chairman of DuPont and a member of the executive committee in 1970. In 1973, Shapiro was named chairman and CEO for seven years until his re- /).w.d/m J/7 JgJ. $33O then be- came a partner in the New York law firm of Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher. Shapiro has served on the board of many national companies, is a member of the American Acade- first president of the Rodney Square Club, as well as being the confidante of many presidents of the United States. Shapiro lives in Greenville with his wife Charlotte. They have two children, Stuart and Elizabeth, and four grandchildren. Davis joins RE/MAX Rehoboth office Doug Davis, with 13 years of residential real estate sales experi- ence, has joined the RE/MAX Re- alty Group's office at 402 Re- hoboth Avenue. Davis, a native of Towson, Md., has been a resident of the Re- hoboth Beach area since 1979. He received his basic real estate train- ing at Ander- son Stokes and took over Johnston Re- al Estate, which he op- erated for four years as Doug Davis Realty before selling to DAVIS O'Conor, Piper & Flynn. His downtown of- fice merged in September, 1996 with the Route One O'Conor, Piper & Flynn office. Specializing in residential real estate sales in Rehoboth Beach and Dewey Beach, Davis said new office." Davis can be reached at 227-4800 or 1-800-955-6350. DNREC offers flood safety class to builders The Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environ- mental Control will offer a semi- nar for builders and contractors on floodplain and coastal construc- tion regulations on Wednesday, Jan. 22 from %9 p.m. at the South Coastal Regional Library in Bethany Beach. Space for the seminar is limited, so early regis- tration is encouraged. For more information, call Judy Marvel at Wilgus Associates, at 529-7511. Poultry grower becomes new DPI president Kay R. Richardson, a poultry grower from Willards, Md., has been named president of Delmar- va Poultry Industry. Richardson, who becomes DPI's first woman president, has been in the poultry business for 30 years. She is a partner in Sid Richardson Farms, a family-owned business. Richardson is a long-time member of DPI and has most recently served as its vice-president. 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