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46 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, January 30 - February 5, 1998 Briefl, Minner to address Bethany.Fenwick chamber The Bethany-Fenwick Area Chamber of Commerce will host its general membership meeting on Thursday, Feb. 5, at Harpoon Hanna&apos;s on Route 54 in West Fen- wick. The meeting will begin at noon. Lt. Gov. Ruth Ann Minner will be speaking about tourism and its local economic impact. A question-and-answer period will follow. Members are invited to bring their employees or a potential member as guests to the meeting. The lunch includes an entr6e, bev- erage arid gratuity. Members are asked to RSVP by Feb. 3 to the chamber at 539-2100. Limited reservations are avail- able. Because of the feedback from membership, the Bethany-Fen- wick Chamber of Commerce is scheduling its upcoming monthly membership meetings in the mornings for power breakfasts at area restaurants. Any restaurants interested in hosting a breakfast should call the chamber office. Edgewater House 2 Virginia Avenue Virginia Avenue and Boardwalk Rehoboth Beach Property Transfers Glenn M. Cave, attorney-in- fact, to Robert C. and Laura B. Sturla, Ocean City, Md., Lot 11D, The Greens at Indian River, Balti- more Hundred, $166,150. The Retreat, Inc., Bethesda, Md., to Richard M. McCaffery, Feasterville, Pa., Lot 22, The Re- treat, Baltimore Hundred, $495,000. Francis X. Sheridan, Rehoboth Beach, to Kenneth C. and Irene H. Gilbert, Alexandria, Va., Lot 6, Bald Eagle Village, Lewes and Rehoboth Hundred, $33,900. Stephen R. Kastner, Rehoboth Beach, to Kelley Harp, Rehoboth Beach, Lot 140, Maplewood, Lewes and Rehoboth Hundred, $115,750. Jennifer A. Hedlund, Rehoboth Beach, to Valerie H. Meisel and Jean M. Thomas, Wilmington, Unit 104C, Phase III, Henlopen Station, Lewes and Rehoboth Hundred, $55,500. Mary L. Sweigart, trustee, Elli- cott City, Md., to Kevin S. and Donna L. Callahan, Delmar, Md., Lot 1, lands of Delmar Feed Mills Inc., Little Creek Hundred, $20,000. Donald L. and Josephine M. Dykes, to Alvin E. Jr. and Brenda Lee Downes, Route 468, 1.29 acres, Broad Creek Hundred, $99,000. 1 Hotline Continued from page 45 "We also want them to know that it's low pressure." They also expect that the num- ber of featured homes on the hot- line will increase. Locations listed at Prudential Gallo Realty that are Workshop on preparing a business plan set The Delaware chapter of SCORE, the Service Corps of Re- tired Executives, will conduct a workshop titled "Help for Writing Your Business Plan" on Wednes- day, Feb. 18, from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m., at Delaware Technical & Community College, George- town. The workshop will be a hands-on training/discussion seg- sion designed to prepare a busi- ness plan that covers the basics of marketing, organization and fi- nance. Participants will be assist- ed in preparing their own plan by experienced SCORE leaders. The workshop fee is $45 at the door, $40 if prepaid, and includes a 114- page text. For more information, or to reserve a place, call 645- 8006 or 856-1555. Long & Foster names top December associates Frank Pizzo was the top produc- er in the Rehoboth Beach Long & Foster office during the month of December. Kate Clampitt was named as top lister, Ethel Lewis was the top seller and Angie Watkins was the agent with the most new listings for the month. R. M. Ingram, Lewes, to Delaware Annual Conference of the African American Methodist Episcopal Church, Milford, Route 24, 1.256 acres, Indian River Hun- dred, $65,000. Norman J. and Mary Lee Lecates, Laurel, to William Dale and Diane L. Brubaker, Laurel, Route 70, 6.6.3 acres, Little Creek Hundred, $175,000. Dorothy E. Reed, Milton, to Michael D. and Yvonne E. Stevenson, Milton, Lot 8, lands of Clyde Betts and Sons, Inc., Broad- kill Hundred, $129,000. Clay A. Jr. and Betsy G. Mon- roe, Lewes, to Ian D. and Dianne E. McCredie, Lewes, Lot 9, Block J., Mill Pond Acres, Lewes and Rehoboth Hundred, $195,000. Fazil and Bibi A. Alie, Po- tomac, Md., to David P. and Sharon L., Pie, Newark, Lot 59, Sec. 2, Kings Creek Country Club, Lewes and Rehoboth Hun- dred, $95,000_. Nicholas W. Paslawsky, Michael Makowski and Mary King, Lewes, to Diana L. Butler, Lewes, Lot 3, Gallo Subdivision, Indian River Hundred, $63,400. Everett and Ena R. Williams, Newark, to Robert and Theresa Cassanelli, Bethany Beach, Lot 28, Phase I, Holland Glade, Lewes and Rehoboth Hundred, $54,900. Bonnie L. McCray, George- town, to Kenneth I. and Vanessa M. Nocks, Selbyville, Lot 52, included on the tour are noted in newspaper ads, marked with bright yellow "K.D. Hotline" signs and are also featured on the realty's website at <www.prugal- lo.com>. For more information about the homes, the hotline or the realty, call Prudential Gallo at 645-6661 or (800)'321-3839. Rehoboth-Dewey chamber to meet Feb. 4 The general membership meet- ing of the Rehoboth Beach-Dewey Beach Chamber of Commerce is scheduled for Wednesday, Feb. 4, at noon, at King's Creek Country Club. The agenda includes a pre- sentation by DART First State, who will present the results from their summer survey. The cost of lunch is $7.50 per person and will be collected at the sign-in table at the dining room entrance. For more information, call 227- 2233, Ext. 11. KSI names new relations director Alicia H011is Harmon has joined the Kent-Sussex Industries, Inc. (KSI) staff as director of community relations. Harmon will be responsi- ble for the KSI newslet- ter, news re- leases, pre- sentations to HARMON the communi- ty and a variety of community-re- lated tasks. Stockley Crossing, Dagsboro Hundred, $16,900. Fred B. and Audrey E. Botwright, Newark, to Bruce J. and Ivy C. Benson, Newark, Lot 9, Block A, Section II, Angola By The Bay, Indian River Hundred, $87,500. Charles M. and Marjorie A. Bush, Magnolia, to Kathleen A. Verano, Hamburg, Pa., Lot 2, Cedarwood Lane, Beachwoods II, Lewes and Rehoboth Hundred, $25,000. Clearwater Land, Ltd., Bethany Beach, to Hazel J. Williams, Ger- mantown, Md., Unit 117, Phase I, Half Moon Bay, Baltimore Hun- dred, $108,850. Earl Clark and Linda Lou Croswell, Millsboro, to Millard F. and Almetia J. Murray, Lewes, Lot 5, Oak Acres, Section I, Dags- boro Hundred, $32,500. C.L.R.S. Associates, Green- ville, to Jean L. Kosch and Rose- mary C. Welch, Unit 4, Sea Breeze Village, Dewey Beach, Lewes and Rehoboth Hundred, $180,000. Patricia A. Griffith, Elkton, Md. to Terry L. and Christine D. Sohn, Rehoboth, Route 610, 18.69, Cedar Creek Hundred, $135,000. Arnold J. Sussman, Bethesda, Md., to Morton F. Zifferer Jr. and Carolyn F. Zifferer, York, Pa., Unit 8-A, Stage 1, Ocean Harbor Condo, Dewey Beach, Lewes and Rehoboth Hundred, $380,000. Mario J. and Rigia T. Bonilla, Annandale, Va., to Leslie M. and Judy L. Russo, Bethany Beach, Lot 65, Lake Bethany, Phase II, Baltimore Hundred, $173,500. Bay Colony, L.P., Bethany Beach, to James J. and Carol A. Freeman, Chevy Chase, Md., Lot 25, Block N., Sec. III, Bay Colony, $44,000. Harmon, who resides in Mills- boro with her husband, received a bachelor of arts degree in 1985 from Salisbury State College, with an emphasis in English education. KSI is a private, nonprofit voca- tional rehabilitation organization that helps people who need spe- cialized assistance to obtain and maintain an optimal employment. Jeff Portmann (302) 684-8285 102B Federal St. Milton, DE 19968 FAX# (302) 684-1866 -k 15 Years Experience . Tax Return Preparation t, ersonal & Business . Computerized Bookkeeper -k Financial Planning . MODULAR S WHOL00 PRICE8 TO THE PUBLIC RANCH CAPE Two STORY 15 years experience. 227-0922 Liii  LOWEST PRICES ON DELMARVA.  i:: ] ",::,,. h ................................. i ............................................... 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