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76 - CAPE GAZETTE - Friday, February 8 - Monday, February 11, 2008 Steven Billups photos Sussex Habitat holds open house for new office The Sussex County Habitat for Humanity held an open house at its new office at 107 Depot St. in Georgetown Thursday, Jan. 31. In addition to the office the entire lower floor of the for- mer ice house will become a ReStore, as well as office space. There are more than 50 ReStores nationwide in the United States. ReStores are used to store donated building materials for Habitat and they also sell donated building goods not used by Habitat. Funds raised in the ReStore go directly back into housing built by Habitat for Humanity. Habitat for Humanity staffers and board members gather i the new office space. Shown above are (l-r) Denise Jackson, ReStore manager;, Kevin Gilmore, executive director;, Alison Wiley, youth program coordinator;, Jo Ann Zorb, board vice president; Ralph Peters, board president; Richard Faull, board member;, and Alison Gaffney, volunteer coordinator and office manager. Above right, ReStore manager Denise Jackson gives open house visitors a tour around the uncompleted ReStore. The ReStore is slated for a springtime opening. Submitted photo Xi Sigma sorority members honored The Xi Sigma chapter of the International Sorority of Beta Sigma Phi recently honored five of its members with the sorority's Order of the Rose Degree, at the home of Mozeile Pyle. Those receiving this honor are (l-r) Nancy Crim, Sue Tulloeh, Julie Tigue, Terry Warrington and Ann Wotring. The Order of the Rose degree is established to honor members of 15 or more years who have distinguished themselves with outstanding service within the organization. For more information, call Kris at 855-5772. Speer Trust funds Delaware projects The Speer Trust Commission of New Castle Presbytery, Presbyterian Church (USA) has funded a number of projects with grants designed to address the root cause of poverty and work in partnership with Presbyterians. Sussex County grants include $20,000 for the Lewes After School Program for at-risk stu- dents at Lewes Presbyterian Church; $20,810 for Together, providing staff for First Steps Primeros Pasos' outreach pro- gram; and $25,000 for Sussex County Summer Camp, operated by First State Community Action Agency, Georgetown, for low- income youth. For more information, visit www.speertrust.org. Outdoor Lighting Systems Winter Special! Have your lighting system installed by March 15th and save 10% Custom Design Free Demonstration Flawless Installation Top Quality Equipment Illuminations Landscape Lighting, LLC 302-226-9700 (302) 239-1933 I www, stmoneye.vom