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48 - CAPE  - Friday, January 26 - Monday, January 29, 2007 Designer pins benefit Habitat One of the fundmise promot- house, since 1988, after getting ing Sussex County Habitat for her life back together, she closed Humanity's Women Build 2007 is the sale of pins by Lueinda Yates, the founder of Designs by Lueinda, Portland, Maine. In the early 1980s, Yates and her young daughter turnedto a homeless shelter after a divorce and financial settmeks. Through determination of spirit, hours of hard work, and the help offamily and friends, Yates used her love of creating fashion jewelry to create. a simple pin in the shape of a her fashion jewelry company and established a business totally built upon giving back. Over the years, Yates' hand- crafted house pins with more than 60 theme-based designs have helped more than 500 Habitat for Humanity affiliates as well as many other nonprofit organiza- tions. The pins retail for $15. For more information, call Sandy Spence at 645-9559 Submitted photo Pins from Designs by Lu- cinda of Portland, Maine, benefit the Sussex County Habitat for Humanity Women Build 2007. Service-industry trade expo set for March 4-5 The 33rd annual Ocean City Hotel-Motel-Restaurant Association Spring Trade Expo will be Sunday and Monday, March 4-5, at the Roland E. Powell Convention Center in a 2001 All-America City: Ocean City, Md. A myriad of goods and services designed to fill the needs of the hospitality industry will be showcased. Mort than 230 companies will fill 350 booths with the latest and most innovative products to make - life easier and more fun for people in hoteUmotel, restaurant-and rdlated businesses. Ebitors will conduct demonstrations and will offer special show discounts to attendees. At the expo, compa- nies can develop leads, make con- tacts and strengthen current client relationships. This trade show is planned tO service vendors and buyers in the hospitality industry. Show hours are from noon to 5 p.m., March 4, and from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., March 5. Admission is free to those who have prertgis- tered. Preregister online at www.oceancitytradeexpo.com before Friday, Feb. 16. On-site registration is $10 with proof of being in the tradel Store Opening February 3, 2007 Special Hours 8:00am 4.00pm Submitted 0hoto Dewey Lions support Habitat Dewey Beach Lions Club recently presented $2,000 to Habitat for Humanity. The funds will be used for a home- building project i n Sussex County. Shown during the check presentation are 0-r) Bill Zolper of the Lions Club, Lisa Smith of Habitat for Humanity, Paul EnterIine of the Lions Club and Kevin Gilmore, Habitat for Humanity executive director for Sussex County. Habitat Continued from page 47 Hospitality Committee- Ensure volunteers are signed in during building hours; work with Public Relations Committee plan- ning and implementing special events - Youth Committee - Help young volunteers contribute to the success Of this project even if they are too young to build on site. For specific information about the committees" functions, read- ers should contact the Women Build Project Leader Wendy Daudt at 629-8260. On a Women Build site, women are encouraged by other women to tackle all aspects of construc- tion and quickly become skilled and engaged volunteers and crew leaders. These skills enable women to experience the joys of working with a family as they escape poverty. For those women who do not desire to enter a construc- tion site, there are a variety of tasks available and everyone - skilled or unskilled - is wel- Comed. Anyone who would like to join the Women Build Project is asked to call the Sussex County Habitat for Humanity office in Georgetown at 855-1153 or Women Build 2007 Volunteer Coordinator Chris Lecates at 302- 867-7111. LYNN O'DONNELL .  m 302-644-8330 302-644-8209 1 Practice prirnorily limited to." Real Estate Settlements Estate Planning and Administration Elder Law: Guardianshi ps, Powers of Attorney, Medicaid Planning, MillerTrusts Member of National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys Color and Style" Await You Quality paint that lasts for years Stylish floor tileseleetions Chic blinds by Hunter Douglas We look forward to seeing you on opening day! Resort Paint & DeCorating Shoppes at Sandbar Village Route One at the Nassau Bridge 302-644-8100 www.resortpaint.com Store Hours Monday Friday 7:00am-5:30pm Saturday 8:00am-l:0Opm