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SO FRIDAY, JANUARY 24- MONDAY, JANUARY 27, 2014 BUSINESS & REAL ESTATE Cape Gazett Chamber to hold Volunteer/Sponsor Recognition Dinner Feb. 4 The Rehoboth Beach-Dewey Beach Chamber of Commerce will hold its annual Volunteer/ Sponsor Recognition event Tues- day, Feb. 4. The 2014 Board of Directors will be installed, and annual awards, scholarships, and special recognition of individuals who have provided exemplary service will be presented during the evening. The event will be held at the Atlantic Sands Hotel & Con- ference Center in downtown Rehoboth Beach. Cocktails begin at 5 p.m.; dinner and program will begin at 6 p.m. Tickets can be purchased in advance for $35 or at the door with prior reser- vation for $45. Price includes buffet dinner, cash bar, raffle, fun year-in-review film, and silent auction. This event sells out early; reserve seats now by con- tacting Joy at 302-227-2233, Ext. 14 or joy@beach-fun.com. The 2014 Executive Board/ Officers include Keith Martin, Hotel Rehoboth, chairman of the board; Paul Kuhns, Arena's Dell, first chair; Jay Becker, Hudson, ]ones, ]aywork & Fisher, second chair; Steve Montgomery, The Starboard Restaurant/Bethany Blues, third chair/treasurer; and Matt Turlinsld, Lighthouse Inn Bed & Breakfast, immediate past chairman. The 2014 Board of Directors includes Marvin Carney, MLC Productions; Jerry Esposito, Tidewater Utilities Inc.; Chip Hearn, Peppers/The Ice Cream Store; Bill Klemkowski, Jake's Seafood House; Dale Lomas, Crossswinds Motel/Atlantic Li- quors; Rob Marshall," Atlantic Oceanside Motel; Michael Meoli, McDonald's/Hampton Inn; Kyle Morgan, Mercantile Pr0eeg- ing Inc.; Scott Swingle, WSFS Bank; Susan Townley Wood, The Cultured Pearl; Vicki Tull, Tull Realty Group, Ocean Atlantic Sotheby's; Chris Weeks, Becker Morgan Group; Kay Wheatley, Rehoboth Products Company; and Rachel Webster, Rehoboth Toy & Kite Co. The following awards will also be presented: Mac Hall McCabe Award: Rob Marshall, civic and community volunteer; Business of the Year Award: Rehoboth Beach Dogfish Head Brew- ings & Eats; 50 Years or More of Business Recognition: Cape May-Lewes Ferry; 20 Years or More Chamber Membership Recognition: Cape Gazette, Ris- torante Zebra, and Silver Lake Bed & Breakfast; Chamber Board of Directors Service Recogni- tion: Matt Turlinski - 10 years of service, Rachel Webster - 10 years of service, Chris Weeks - 10 years of service, and Kay Wheat- ley - 20 years of service; Dewey Beach Volunteer of the Year: Harry Wilson; City of Rehoboth Beach Special Recognition: Greg Ferrese, former manager for the City of Rehoboth Beach; and Sam Allen, city electrician; Dewey Beach Lifeguard of the Year: Craig Young; $500 chamber scholarship: Tracey Jones; $500 Delaware Coast Press scholar- ship: Justin Smarte; $500 WDMS scholarship: TBA; Individual Service Awards: Wendy Baker, former member of Rehoboth Beach-Dewey Beach Chamber of Commerce Board of Direc- ;E EVERY SAT 12- Morris Nichols leads Delaware firms for Top 250.Women in IP listing Managing Intellectual Prop- erty magazine has named two Morris Nichols Intellectual Prop- erty Litigation Group partners, Karen Jacobs and Julie Heaney, to its inaugural list of IP stars, Top 250 Women in IP. The publica- tion is the guide to the leading female intellectual property at- torneys in the United States. Attorneys named to the list are drawn from research conducted by the MIP editorial team that involved thousands of interviews and surveys by IP partners, law firms, and in-house counsel. Ac- cording to the publisher, selected attorneys are the leading female IP lawyers in the United States who represent the best of the best in their field, Morris, Nichols, Arsht & Tunnell LLP combines a broad national practice of corporate, intellectual property, business reorganization and restructuring, commercial law and litigation with a general business, tax, estate planning and real estate practice in the state of Delaware. The firm is regularly involved as lead counsel or co-counsel in matters of national and in- ternational significance, as well as those affecting its immediate community. Visit www.Morris- Nichols.com. tors, and Pat Coluzzi, former City of Rehoboth Beach commis- d0ner: Reh0b0th Beach.Dewey Beach Chamber of Commerce Volunteer of the Year: Darrell O'Connor; Special Volunteer Recognitions: Cheryl Cannon representing the Mariner and Beacon Middle School AVID programs; Rick Kidd, Bill K1- emkowski, Jim Laird, Larry Lanouette, Marcia Maldeis, Chris Malizewski, Donnie Mayles, Pam McCutcheon, Stan Mills, George Palmer, Diane Pringle, Zeke Przygocki, Adam VanVorst, and Rachel Webster. Top Sponsorship Rec- ognition Awards: 7-Eleven, Affinity Energy Management, Applebee's Neighborhood Bar & Grill, Atlantic Liquors, Atlan- tic Sands Hotel & Conference Center, Bethany Blues, Cape Gazette, City of Rehoboth Beach, County Bank, Crabby Dick's Marketplace & Grill, Crosswinds Motel, Delaware Today, Del- marva Broadcasting Cofnpany, Delmarva Power, Discover Bank, Dos Locos, Finbar's Pub & Grill, Fulton Bank - Delaware Divi- sion, Grand Rental Station, Great Scott Broadcasting, Ivy, Hol- land Jewelers Inc., Jake's Seafood House, Kings Creek Country Club, Kiwanis of Coastal DeE ware, LC Homes, M&T Ban Mariachi Restaurant, Nem0u00 Health & Prevention Service PNC Bank, Berkshire Hathaw HomeServices/Gallo Realty, R, hoboth Beach Animal Hospit Starboard Restaurant, Susse County Federal Credit Unio Tanger Outlet Cehter, TD Ban Town of Dewey Beach, WD1V Entertainment and Promotio WBOC TV 16, WMDT-TV- Cha ne147, WRDE TV MyRTV 9, ai WSFS Bank. 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